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ENGPRON 2 2008-08-15
50th anniversary edition

                       DESCRIPTION :                        

This bundle contains
% the package itself
% bilingual OnlyDescription documentation
% documentation for the final user
engpron-fr.pdf % in French
engpron-en.pdf % in English
% examples
engpron-ex-fr.pdf % in French
engpron-ex-en.pdf % in English
% for *nix make
% sources
engpron.dtx     engpron.ins
% English part
README      % this file 
% French part
% TDS-compliant archive

                       COMPILATION :                        
For *nix user:
make all
to produce all the files and documentation

make clean
to erase auxiliary files

make distclean
to come back to prepublication state
Without Makefile
1. run engpron.ins through LATEX (not TeX)
that produces the following files
engpron-en.ltx           % English documentation
engpron-ex-en.tex        % English example
engpron-fr.ltx           % French documentation
engpron-ex-fr.tex        % French example
engpron-tools.sty        % a package to produce the documentation
engpron.sty              % the package
2. to produce English documentation
   1/ run engpron-en.ltx through pdflatex twice
   2/ run ``makeindex engpron-en''
   3/ run engpron-en.ltx through pdflatex once
   4/ read! 

ENGPRON 2 2008-08-15
The active character £ is made `robust' with the meaning
this word has in LaTeX parlance (moving argument) with the
package drac if option `drac' is choosen as it is the case
by default. Opposite option `nodrac'. 

Macros for syllable divisions and hyphenation.

The macros for stress marking enable hyphenation if option
`hyphenable' is enforced. Opposite option `unhyphenable'

The macros for syllable divisions produce a glyph if option
`visible' is enforced. Opposite option `invisible'. 

ENGPRON 1   2004-05-20
1re version publique.

Yvon Henel, le TeXnicien de surface


Name Size Date Notes
LISEZMOI 2787 2008-08-15 10:13
Make­file 4283 2008-08-15 10:13
README 2652 2008-08-15 10:13
en­g­pron-en.pdf 499153 2008-08-15 10:13
en­g­pron-ex-en.pdf 412817 2008-08-15 10:13
en­g­pron-ex-fr.pdf 414243 2008-08-15 10:13
en­g­pron-fr.pdf 573117 2008-08-15 10:13
en­g­pron.dtx 85004 2008-08-15 10:13
en­g­pron.ins 3352 2008-08-15 10:13
en­g­pron.pdf 503791 2008-08-15 10:13

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (2.2M).

en­g­pron – Helps to type the pro­nun­ci­a­tion of English words

This pack­age pro­vides macros be­gin­ning with the £ char­ac­ter, made ac­tive, which en­able us to write the Bri­tish or Amer­i­can English pro­nun­ci­a­tion as one can find it in the ‘English Pro­nounc­ing Dic­tionary’ by Daniel Jones. There is an op­tion to type­set the pro­nun­ci­a­tion in the style of Har­rap’s dic­tio­nary.

Pack­age De­tailsen­g­pron
Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense
Main­tainerYvon Henel
TDS archiveengpron.tds.zip
Con­tained inTeX Live as en­g­pron
MiKTeX as en­g­pron
Topics sup­port for lin­guis­tics
sup­port for pho­netic no­ta­tion
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