README for dvgloss 0.1 DESCRIPTION =========== Extensible macros for setting interlinear glossed text --- useful, for instance, for typing linguistics papers. The operative word here is "exstensible": few features are built in, but some flexible and powerful facilities are included for adding your own. LICENSE AND WHATNOT =================== Copyright (C) 2013 Dan Bridges Velleman. This material is subject to the LaTeX Project Public License. FILES AND INSTALLATION ====================== The main files here are these two, which should be installed in the usual way: dvgloss.ins dvgloss.dtx There's also a .sty file and a pre-extracted documentation file: dvgloss.sty dvgloss.pdf And then there's this very README file, whose contents I dare not start describing for fear of infinite recursion: README CONTACT ======= Dan Bridges Velleman email: dvelleman at gmail dot com
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dvgloss – Facilities for setting interlinear glossed text
The package provides extensible macros for setting interlinear glossed text — useful, for instance, for typing linguistics papers. The operative word here is “extensible”: few features are built in, but some flexible and powerful facilities are included for adding your own.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Copyright||2013 Dan Bridges Velleman|
|Maintainer||Dan Bridges Velleman|
|Contained in||TeXLive as dvgloss|
|MiKTeX as dvgloss|
support for linguistics|