Gloss 1.5.2 ~~~~~~~~~~~ Gloss is a package which allows the creation of glossaries using bibTeX. This approach has several advantages: - bibTeX is available in every platform where TeX is. - Glossary entries can be stored in databases, and you needn't rewrite the definitions. - There are a lot of tools for managing bibTeX databases. - bibTeX is a programable tool and you can define your own styles for acronyms, symbols, and so on. The file gloss.tex contains the documentation. Release 1.5.1 fixes a few bugs: - page was missing when a nocite form was followed by a "normal" form (not a frequent situation, however). - chars usually allowed in \cite now are allowed in \gloss as well - refpage was no-op with nocite. Now it can be used to refer to the page even if the term in not cited in the text (and since this combination did not make sense formerly, I hope there won't be uncompatibilities). Release 1.5.2 fixes a bug: - Sometimes the space following \gloss was gobbled. 2002/07/26 http://www.texytipografia.com
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gloss – Create glossaries using BibTeX
A glossary package using BibTeX with \cite replaced by \gloss.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Copyright||1999-2002 Jose Luis Diaz,Javier Bezos|
1998 Jose Luis Diaz
Jose Luis Diaz de Arriba
|Contained in||TeXLive as gloss|
|MiKTeX as gloss|
glossary and nomenclature support|