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Direc­tory macros/latex/contrib/lipsum


Access to 150 paragraphs of ``Lorem ipsum'' dummy text.

Patrick Happel (patrick.happel@rub.de)


1. Contents of the package

   README.1st (this file)

2. Installation

 - Run lipsum.ins through latex

 - Move the resulting .sty file to a place where latex finds it.	
   On a TDS compliant system this should be (substitute $TEXMF 
   with your local or home texmf directory):

 - If you want to produce your own documentation file (maybe 
   dvi instead of pdf) run lipsum.dtx through latex.

 - Move the documentation (lipsum.pdf, if you haven't produced 
   your own file in a different format) in a TDS compliant 
   system to:


 - If you like to, move the source files (.dtx and .ins) in a
   source directory of your system.
 - Update your filename database. How to achieve this depends 
   on your system. For teTeX `texhash' will work.

 - If you are using a non TDS compliant system take a look in 
   the documentation how to install new packages.

3. License
This material is subject to the LaTeX Project Public License. See 

for the details of that license. 

Enjoy lipsum.

= ENDE =

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lip­sum – Easy ac­cess to the Lorem Ip­sum dummy text

This pack­age gives you easy ac­cess to the Lorem Ip­sum dummy text; an op­tion is avail­able to sep­a­rate the para­graphs of the dummy text into -para­graphs.

All the para­graphs are taken with per­mis­sion from http://lip­sum.com/.

Ver­sion1.3 2014-07-27
Li­censeThe Project Public Li­cense
Copy­right2014 Pa­trick Hap­pel
Main­tainerPa­trick Hap­pel
Con­tained inTeX Live as lip­sum
MiKTeX as lip­sum
Topics dummy text gen­er­a­tor for tests and ex­am­ples
sup­port for de­vel­op­ment of macros
See also kantlipsum
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