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Acroterm LaTeX package

This package is intended to support the use of acronyms and terms
to explain in LaTeX documents. See acroterm.pdf for details.


Essentially, this package provides four new commands, to be used as:

    \tacro{situation normal: all fucked up}{SNAFU}
    \aterm{SNAFU}{situation normal: all fucked up}

Two of them support an optional parameter for indexing:

    \term[Potrzebie System of Weights and Measures]{Potrzebie System}
    \tacro[Gang of Four (Patterns)]{Gang of Four}{GoF}

For each command there is a strong variant that starts with an uppercase:

    \Tacro{situation normal: all fucked up}{SNAFU}
    \Aterm{SNAFU}{situation normal: all fucked up}



  * Added acronym expansion


  * Unstable Development version


The release version of this package will be available from CTAN:

* <http://ctan.org/>

Development and historical versions are available from GitHub:

* <http://github.com/nichtich/acroterm/>

Please report bugs and feature suggestions to the issue tracker:

* <http://github.com/nichtich/acroterm/issues>


The Acroterm package is released under the
[LaTeX Project Public License](http://www.latex-project.org/lppl/)
version 1.3c or greater. The current maintainer is Jakob Voß.

Copyright 2010 Jakob Voß


Name Size Date Notes
README 1481 2010-11-19 00:31
acroterm.dtx 11356 2010-11-19 00:31
acroterm.ins 1394 2010-11-19 00:31
acroterm.pdf 172447 2010-11-19 00:31

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acroterm – Man­age and in­dex acronyms and terms

Yet an­other pack­age for acronyms: the pack­age of­fers sim­ple markup of acronyms and tech­ni­cal terms in the text, giv­ing an in­dex each of terms and acronyms with their ex­panded form.

Pack­age De­tailsacroterm
Home pagehttp://github.com/nichtich/acroterm/
Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense 1.3
Main­tainerJakob Voß
TDS archiveacroterm.tds.zip
Con­tained inTeX Live as acroterm
MiKTeX as acroterm
Topics glos­sary and nomen­cla­ture sup­port
de­fine and use acronyms
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