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The gcite Package

Copyright 2007--2009 Matthew Tylee Atkinson, Iain Phillips
Distributed under the LPPL 1.3 (http://www.latex-project.org/lppl.txt)


This package allows you to make citations in the German style, which
is considered by many to be particularly reader-friendly. The citation
provides a small amount of bibliographic information in a footnote on
the page where each citation is made.  It combines a desire to eliminate
unnecessary page-turning with the look-up efficiency afforded by numeric


If you wish to install the latest version of gcite locally...

1. mkdir -pv ~/texmf/tex/latex/gcite/
2. cp gcite.dtx gcite.ins ~/texmf/tex/latex/gcite/
3. cd ~/texmf/tex/latex/gcite/
4. latex gcite.ins
5. Compile the manual...
    a. pdflatex gcite.dtx
    b. bibtex gcite
    c. pdflatex gcite.dtx
    d. pdflatex gcite.dtx
6. Read the manual ;-).

Please contact us if you have any problems or suggestions.

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gcite – Ci­ta­tions in a reader-friendly style

The pack­age al­lows ci­ta­tions in the Ger­man style, which is con­sid­ered by many to be par­tic­u­larly reader-friendly. The ci­ta­tion pro­vides a small amount of bib­li­o­graphic in­for­ma­tion in a foot­note on the page where each ci­ta­tion is made. It com­bines a de­sire to elim­i­nate un­nec­es­sary page-turn­ing with the look-up ef­fi­ciency af­forded by nu­meric ci­ta­tions.

The pack­age makes use of Bib, and is con­sid­ered ex­per­i­men­tal; com­ment is in­vited.

Li­censesThe Project Public Li­cense 1.3
Copy­right2009 Matthew Tylee Atkin­son, Iain Phillips
Main­tainerMatthew Tylee Atkin­son
Iain Phillips
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