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Direc­tory macros/latex/contrib/easylist

This is the file README for easylist.sty.  You'll find complete documentation in easylist-doc.pdf

This package provides an easy way of creating lists of numbered items (with as many levels as you
want-up to TeX's limitation) like:

1. First proposition.
1.1. Comment.
1.1.1. Another comment.
1.1.2. And I'd like to add... By the way... This is getting boring...
1.2. So let's start something new...

The advantage over usual LaTeX commands is that items here are created with a single active 
character in a recursive fashion. Moreover various layout options are available to achieve
maximum control (incrementing items, configuring styles, and so on).  

Licensing of this package is covered by LPPL.

Any reaction is welcome: zappathustra@free.fr

Paul Isambert

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (597.2k).

ea­sylist – Lists us­ing a sin­gle ac­tive char­ac­ter

This pack­age al­lows you to cre­ate lists of num­bered items (as in Wittgen­stein’s ‘Trac­ta­tus’) with a sin­gle ac­tive char­ac­ter as the only com­mand. A va­ri­ety of pa­ram­e­ters are avail­able to con­fig­ure the ap­pear­ance of the list; lists may be nested (ef­fec­tively to un­lim­ited depth).

Home pagehttp://paulisam­bert.free.fr/
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