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Direc­tory macros/latex/contrib/lipsum


Access to 150 paragraphs of ``Lorem ipsum'' dummy text.

Patrick Happel (patrick.happel@rub.de)


1. Contents of the package

   README.txt (this file)

2. Installation

 - Run lipsum.ins through latex

 - Move the resulting .sty file and the resulting .ltd.tex files
   to a place where latex finds it.	
   On a TDS compliant system this should be (substitute $TEXMF 
   with your local or home texmf directory):

 - If you want to produce your own documentation file (maybe 
   dvi instead of pdf) run lipsum.dtx through latex.

 - Move the documentation (lipsum.pdf, if you haven't produced 
   your own file in a different format) in a TDS compliant 
   system to:


 - If you like to, move the source files (.dtx and .ins) in a
   source directory of your system.
 - Update your filename database. How to achieve this depends 
   on your system. For teTeX and texlive, `texhash' will work.

 - If you are using a non TDS compliant system take a look in 
   the documentation how to install new packages.

3. License
This material is subject to the LaTeX Project Public License 1.3. See 

for the details of that license. 

Enjoy lipsum.

= ENDE =

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lip­sum – Easy ac­cess to the Lorem Ip­sum dummy text

This pack­age gives you easy ac­cess to the Lorem Ip­sum dummy text; an op­tion is avail­able to sep­a­rate the para­graphs of the dummy text into -para­graphs.

All the para­graphs are taken with per­mis­sion from http://lip­sum.com/.

Bug trackerhttps://github.com/pat­ta42/lip­sum/is­sues
Li­censesThe Project Public Li­cense 1.3
Copy­right2014–2019 Pa­trick Hap­pel
Main­tainerPa­trick Hap­pel
Con­tained inTeX Live as lip­sum
MiKTeX as lip­sum
TopicsDummy gen­er­a­tor
Macro sup­port
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