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README for pageslts package, 2014/01/19, v1.2c


1 Introduction
2 Download
3 Installation
4 Additional Packages
5 Package Compatibility
6 Author/Maintainer
7 Bug Reports
8 Known Problems


This package puts the labels LastPage (\AtEndDocument) and
VeryLastPage (\AfterLastShipout) into the .aux file,
allowing the user to refer to the (very) last page of a
document. This might be particularly useful in places like
headers or footers.
When more than one page numbering scheme is used, these
references do not give the total number of pages. For this
case the label LastPages is introduced. Additionally, at the
last page of each page numbering scheme a label
pagesLTS.<numbering scheme> is placed, where
<numbering scheme> is e. g. arabic, roman, Roman, alph, or
Alph. For fnsymbol please use
\lastpageref{pagesLTS.fnsymbol} instead of
\pageref{pagesLTS.fnsymbol}. When the same numbering scheme
is used twice, the page numbers are either reset to one or
continued automatically, depending on the option given when
the package is called. The command \theCurrentPage prints
the current total/absolute page number - in contrast to
\thepage, which gives only the page name in the current page
numbering scheme. \theCurrentPageLocal gives the current
number of pages in the current page numbering scheme.
\thepage and \theCurrentPageLocal are different e. g. when
\addtocounter{pageg}{...} or \setcounter{page}{...} were
At the first page of the document a label pagesLTS.0 is
created. This label can be referred to, too. Further labels
are provided for special cases.
The alphalph package is supported, i. e. page numbers alph
or Alph > 26 and fnyambol > 9 can be used (with according
options set). Even zero and negative page numbers can be
used with arabic, alph, Alph, roman, Roman, and fnsymbol
page numbering (with alphalph package and according
\pageref* and \pageref*, for using hyperref but suppressing
links, are supported.
This material is subject to the LaTeX Project Public License
(LPPL). See
for the details of that license.


`pageslts' is available on CTAN:

Also a ZIP file is provided that contains the files, already
sorted in a TDS tree:


Installation with ZIP file in TDS format
The ZIP file `' contains the files sorted
in a TDS tree. Thus you can directly unpack the ZIP file
inside a TDS tree.
(See for an explanation
of TDS.)
  cd /...somewhere.../texmf
  unzip /...downloadpath.../
Do not forget to refresh the file name database of this
TDS tree.
  texhash /...somewhere.../texmf

Manual installation
a) Download the pageslts files from CTAN or the TUG server.
   If necessary, unpack them.
b) Generate the package and driver files:
     tex pageslts.ins
c) Install the file `*.sty' in your TDS tree:
     cp *.sty TDS:tex/latex/pageslts/
   Replace `TDS:' by the prefix of your TDS tree
   (texmf directory).
d) Copy the documentation files to
   README, pageslts.pdf,pageslts-example.tex,
e) Update the databases if necessary, e. g. for teTeX:
     mktexlsr .../texmf


Depending on the driver and option settings, pageslts loads
other packages:

For unpacking the pageslts.dtx file and constructing the
documentation it is required:
- TeXFormat LaTeX2e, 2011/06/27, v2e
- document class ltxdoc, 2007/11/11, v2.0u,
- package holtxdoc, 2012/03/21, v0.24,
- package hypdoc, 2011/08/19, v1.11,
- package geometry, 2010/09/12, v5.6,
- package ulem, 2012/05/18, (no version number given),

The pageslts.sty for LATEX2e (i. e. all documents using the
 pageslts package) requires:
- TeXFormat LaTeX2e, 2011/06/27, v2e
- package atveryend, 2011/06/30, v1.8,
- package letltxmacro, 2010/09/02, v1.4,
- package ltxcmds, 2011/11/09, v1.22,
- package kvoptions, 2011/06/30, v3.11,
- package everyshi, 2001/05/15, v3.00,
- package undolabl, 2012/01/01, v1.0k,

The pageslts-example.tex requires the same files as all
 documents using the pageslts package, and additionally:
- package alphalph, 2011/05/13, v2.4,
- package lipsum, 2011/04/14, v1.2,
- package showkeys, 2007/08/07, v3.15,
- package hyperref, 2012/11/06, v6.83m,
- package pageslts, 2014/01/19, v1.2c,
    (Well, it is the example file for this package, and
     because you are reading the README for the pageslts
     package, it can be assumed that you already have some
     version of it - is it the current one?)

which again load other packages
(see the result of the \listfiles command in the log-file
 of the example).


* endfloat package
  pageslts is not compatible with very old versions of
  endfloat(2.0 and older).
  Just get the recent version of the endfloat package
  from CTAN.

* lastpage package
  can simulate the behaviour of the lastpage package.
  Loading old (!) versions of the lastpage package before
  the pageslts package before the hyperref package results
  in multiply definitions of the LastPage label.

* undolabl package
  Version >= 1.0h is needed.


* H.-Martin M�nch


A bug report should contain:
* Comprehensive problem description. This includes error or
  warning messages.
  * \errorcontextlines=\maxdimen can be added in the
    TeX code to get more information in TeX error messages.
* Minimal test file that shows the problem, but does not
  contain any unnecessary packages and code.
* Used drivers/programs.
* Version information about used packages and programs.
  * If you are using LaTeX, then add "\listfiles". Then
    a list of version information is printed at the end
    of the LaTeX run.
* Please no other files than the minimal test file.
  The other files .log, .dvi, .ps, .pdf are seldom
  necessary, so send them only on request.
* Please .zip or .tar.gz your file(s) before sending them!

Bug address
Bug reports can be send to the maintainer:
  H.-Martin M�nch
  <Martin [dot] Muench [at] Uni-Bonn [dot] de>


* as yet: none...


Name Size Date Notes
README 7330 2014-01-19 17:07
pageslts-example.pdf 317763 2014-01-19 17:07
pageslts.dtx 216075 2014-01-19 17:00
pageslts.pdf 617387 2014-01-19 17:06

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pageslts – Vari­ants of last page la­bels

The pack­age was de­signed as an ex­ten­sion of the last­page pack­age — as well as that pack­age’s LastPage la­bel (cre­ated \AtEndDoc­u­ment) it adds a VeryLastPage (cre­ated \AfterLastShipout).

When more than one page num­ber­ing scheme is in op­er­a­tion (as in a book class doc­u­ment with front­mat­ter), the la­bels above do not give the to­tal num­ber of pages, so the pack­age also pro­vides la­bels pagesLTS.<num­ber­ing scheme>, where the num­ber­ing scheme is ara­bic, ro­man, etc.

The pack­age re­lies on the un­dolabl pack­age.

Pack­age De­tailspageslts
Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense 1.3
Copy­right2010-2014 H.-Martin Münch
Main­tainerHans-Martin Münch
Con­tained inTeXlive as pageslts
MikTeX as pageslts
Topics la­bel and ref­er­ence sys­tems
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