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This readme is for liturg v1.0, uploaded on 26 June 2008.

This document is copyright 2008 by Donald P. Goodman, and is
released publicly under the LaTeX Project Public License.  The
distribution and modification of this work is constrained by the
conditions of that license.  See
	http://www.latex-project.org/lppl.txt
for the text of the license.  This document is released
under version 1.3 of that license, and this work may be distributed
or modified under the terms of that license or, at your option, any
later version.

This work has the LPPL maintenance status 'maintained'.

The Current Maintainer of this work is Donald P. Goodman.

This work consists of the files liturg.ins, liturg.sty, 
test.tex, and this README.

This document should run properly on any properly running LaTeX
system.  It's been tested specifically with TeXLive on Linux (2.6.2
kernel).

liturg is intended to provide a set of basic macros for
typesetting Catholic liturgical texts.  It should be
suitable for both the old and new liturgies; however, it was
designed with the old liturgy specifically in mind.

Files

Name Size Date Notes
README 1100 2008-06-28 04:28
liturg.ins 1184 2008-02-04 01:00
liturg.pdf 125813 2008-06-28 04:14
liturg.sty 17363 2008-02-17 01:00
test.tex 7626 2008-02-17 01:00

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (121.1k).

liturg – Sup­port for type­set­ting Catholic litur­gi­cal texts

The pack­ages of­fers sim­ple macros for type­set­ting Catholic litur­gi­cal texts, par­tic­u­larly Missal and Bre­viary texts.

The pack­age as­sumes avail­abil­ity of Latin type­set­ting pack­ages.

Pack­age De­tailsliturg
Ver­sion1.0
Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense
Copy­right2008 Don­ald P. Good­man
Main­tainerDon­ald P. Good­man
Con­tained inTeXlive as liturg
MikTeX as liturg
Topics type­set de­vo­tional texts and other ma­te­rial of in­ter­est to the­olo­gians
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