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hyper-package V4.2d of 1999/03/09

This package is used to produce hypertext documents with LaTeX.

Currently supported are:
  * the LaTeX2e base
  * the following packages:
      + amslatex
      + cweb
      + fancyheadings
      + ftnright
      + longtable
      + natbib
      + subeqnarray
      + theorem
      + xr

Current extensions are:
  * backcite

Many other packages will run with the hyper-package without modifying
anything. Just try it.

  Process hyper.dtx three times with latex
  If the hyper-package is already installed this will produce a hypertext
  document. Otherwise you will get a classical document without hypertext

Installation on Unix-platforms:
  Configure the variables of Makefile-Unix to Your needs and execute 
  "make -f Makefile-Unix install". Follow the instructions.

Installation on MSDos-platforms:
  Configure the variables of Makefile-MSDos to Your needs and execute 
  "nmake -f Makefile-MSDos install". Follow the instructions.

Installation on other platforms:
  Process hyper.ins with latex and move the files ending with .hyp or .sty
  into a directory searched by TeX.
  Move the files from the subdirectories contrib and scontrib into a
  directory searched by TeX.

Addons (not part of the installation directives above):
  There is a perl script called dvi2pdf.pl that generates a pdf file from 
  a dvi file using a dvips capable of transforming hyper dvi files to
  hyper ps files and ghostscripts pdfwriter capability.
  This file has three variables that have to be configured.

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (313.7k).

hy­per – Hyper­text cross ref­er­enc­ing

Rede­fines LaTeX cross-ref­er­enc­ing com­mands to in­sert \spe­cial com­mands for HyperTeX dvi view­ers, such as re­cent ver­sions of xdvi.

The pack­age is now largely su­per­seded by hy­per­ref.

Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense
Main­tainerMichael Mehlich
Con­tained inTeX Live as hy­per
MiKTeX as hy­per
Topics sup­port for hy­per­text
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