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Direc­tory macros/latex/contrib/edmargin

Edmargin provides a very simple design for critical editions.  There are
predefined endnote sections for textual notes, explanatory notes and 
emendations. Markers in the text may be either traditional footnote marks 
(distinctive for each series) or marginal references to the page in the 
endnotes section where the comment is to be found. Endnotes can be set 
either as individual notes or as block paragraphs (for cases in which 
there are many small notes). Endnote sections have headers of the form 
"Textual notes to pp. xx--yy." New endnote sections can be defined on the 

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ed­mar­gin – Mul­ti­ple se­ries of end­notes for crit­i­cal edi­tions

Ed­mar­gin pro­vides a very sim­ple scheme for end­note sec­tions for crit­i­cal edi­tions. End­notes can ei­ther be marked in the text, or with marginal ref­er­ences to the page in the note sec­tions where the note is to be found. Notes can be set in in­di­vid­ual para­graphs, or in block para­graph mode (where there are many short notes). Note sec­tions will have run­ning head­ers of the form “Tex­tual notes to pp. xx--yy”. New note sec­tions can be cre­ated on the fly. There are pre­de­fined end­note sec­tions for tex­tual notes, emen­da­tions, and ex­plana­tory notes.

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Copy­right2008 John Burt
Main­tainerJohn Burt
Con­tained inTeX Live as ed­mar­gin
MiKTeX as ed­mar­gin
Topics type­set schol­arly edi­tions of texts
gen­eral notes (not in­clud­ing end­notes or foot­notes)
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