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README file
Package Ecclesiastic.sty version number 0.3 date 2015/08/20

by Claudio Beccari and Donald Goodman

This package extends the Latin typesetting of the babel option latin for texts that are 
mainly meant for the Roman Catholic clergy. Those texts are usually typeset with a certain 
French look, with spaces before certain punctuation marks, spaces inside the block enclosed by guillemots and allows the use of accents so as to help clergy in reading almost in the same way the Latin text irrespective of the rhythmic accent habits of their possibly different mother languages.

The file ecclesiastic.dtx is self extracting; by running it through pdflatex you get at the same time the ecclesiastic.sty file and the documentation ecclesiastic.pdf.

Move the three files in the TeX Directory Structure such as:

ecclesiastic.pdf to .../doc/latex/ecclesiastic/
ecclesiastic.dtx to .../source/latex/ecclesiastic/
ecclesiastic.sty to .../tex/latex/ecclesiastic/

Maintainer: Claudio Beccari: claudio dot beccari at gmail dot com

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README 1033 2015-08-21 16:18
ec­cle­si­as­tic.dtx 25607 2015-08-21 16:15
ec­cle­si­as­tic.pdf 369031 2015-08-21 16:15
man­i­fest.txt 2057 2015-08-21 16:32

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ec­cle­si­as­tic – Type­set­ting Ec­cle­si­as­tic Latin

The pack­age mod­i­fies the way the latin op­tion to ba­bel op­er­ates when type­set­ting Latin. The style is some­what ‘frenchi­fied’ in re­spect of punc­tu­a­tion spac­ings and foot­note style; short­cuts are avail­able in or­der to set ac­cents on all vow­els, in­clud­ing y and the diph­thongs ae and oe.

Pack­age De­tailsec­cle­si­as­tic
Ver­sion0.3 2015-08-20
Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense 1.3
Copy­right2012–2015 Clau­dio Bec­cari and Don­ald Good­man
Main­tainerClau­dio Bec­cari
Con­tained inTeX Live as ec­cle­si­as­tic
MiKTeX as ec­cle­si­as­tic
Topics ex­tra lan­guage ‘drivers’ for ex­ist­ing mul­ti­lin­gual pack­ages
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