This is the file `00readme.dlq', which accompanies the `deleq' package distribution. The package defines environments and commands to enable partial equation numbers (3a, 3b, ...) and repeated use of equation numbers. To use the package, run LaTeX on `deleq.ins', this produces the files `deleq.sty', which contains the macro definitions, and the file `delex.tex', which is an example of the use of the package. To obtain the userguide and documentation, run LaTeX on `deleq.dtx'. To obtain the example, run LaTeX on `delex.tex'. The 'deleq' package consists of two files: deleq.ins - the installation driver deleq.dtx - the macro code, instructions on how to use the package, and an example in `docstrip'-able format. Anyone is free to re-distribute these files provided the restrictions mentioned in 'deleq.ins' are obeyed. These are mainly that the two files always must be distributed together and that noone is allowed to distribute the files for profit. Inquiries can be sent to: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. You can also visit my LaTeX web page at http://www.homenet.se/matsd/latex/ This file was last modified on 1998/06/01. ____________________________________________________________________ Copyright (c) 1994-98 by Mats Dahlgren.
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deleq – Flexible numbering of equations
Offers more flexible numbering of equations and “recycled” equations, including “partial” equation numbers (‘3a’, ‘3b’, etc.).
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support for typesetting mathematics|
label and reference systems