The iso class is for typesetting ISO International Standard documents according to the requirements specified in "ISO/IEC Directives, Part 2, Rules for the structure and drafting of International Standards. (Fourth edition, 2001)". Configuration files for TeX4ht are also provided. Changes in the 2002 release o Updated from ISO/IEC Directives, Third edition, 1997 to the Fourth edition, 2001. The distribution is under the LPPL and consists of the following files: README (this file) isoe.dtx isoe.ins isoe.pdf iso4ht.dtx iso4ht.ins iso4ht.pdf isoman.tex isoman.pdf (user manual) To install the class (and packages) o run: latex isoe.ins (which will generate *.cls, *.clo, *.sty and *.tex files) o Move the generated files to a location where LaTeX will find them (if you don't know where this is, see the FAQ on CTAN in /help/uktug-faq) o To regenerate the commented source code o run: latex isoe.dtx o run: makeindex -s gind.ist isoe o run: latex isoe.dtx o print isoe.dvi for a hardcopy o For the User Manual, either latex isoman.tex or print isoman.pdf o If you might use TeX4ht (and this might well not work): o run: latex iso4ht.dtx (which will generate *.4ht file(s)) o To print the commented source code, follow instructions above on iso4ht.dtx o Move the generated *.4ht file(s) to a location where TeX4ht will find them Don't forget to update the (La)TeX file database if you have one. 2002/09/04 Peter Wilson email@example.com
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iso – Generic ISO standards typesetting macros
Generic class and package files for typesetting ISO International Standard documents. Several standard documents have been printed by ISO from camera-ready copy prepared using LaTeX and these files.
The class makes use of the isorot package, rather than use other mechanisms directly.
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|Maintainer||Peter R. Wilson|
|Contained in||TeX Live as iso|
|MiKTeX as iso|
typeset documents about standards, or the standards themselves|