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Direc­tory tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/quoting

The quoting package
Thomas Titz
2014/01/28

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Overview

As an alternative to the LaTeX standard environments quotation and
quote, the quoting package provides a consolidated environment for
displayed text. First-line indentation is activated by adding a blank
line before the quoting environment. A key--value interface allows to
configure font properties and spacing and to control orphans within and
after the environment.

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Change history

Version 0.1c (2014/01/28)
- "quoting" is now permitted to close with a list environment plus a
  blank line
- Options "font" and "font+" now work if a class (e.g. "scrbook",
  "scrreprt") or another package uses \let\do\relax

Version 0.1b (2012/02/21)
- Improved syntax of options "font" and "font+"
- New options "begintext" and "endtext"

Version 0.1a (2011/09/08)
- New option "indentfirst"

Version 0.1 (2011/08/08)
- Initial public release

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License

Copyright (C) 2011--2014 by Thomas Titz <thomas.titz@chello.at>

Permission is granted to distribute and/or modify this work under the
terms of the LaTeX Project Public License (LPPL), version 1.3c or
later.

The LPPL maintenance status of this work is "maintained".

This work consists of the files quoting.dtx, quoting.ins and README
and the derived files quoting.pdf and quoting.sty.

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quot­ing – Con­sol­i­dated en­vi­ron­ment for dis­played text

As an al­ter­na­tive to the LaTeX stan­dard en­vi­ron­ments quo­ta­tion and quote, the pack­age pro­vides a con­sol­i­dated en­vi­ron­ment for dis­played text. First-line in­den­ta­tion may be ac­ti­vated by adding a blank line be­fore the quot­ing en­vi­ron­ment. A key-value in­ter­face (us­ing kvop­tions) al­lows the user to con­fig­ure font prop­er­ties and spac­ing and to con­trol or­phans within and af­ter the en­vi­ron­ment.

Doc­u­men­ta­tion
Ver­sionv0.1c 2014-01-28
Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense 1.3
Copy­right2011-2014 Thomas Titz
Main­tainerThomas Titz
Con­tained inTeXLive as quot­ing
MiKTeX as quot­ing
Topics dis­played text
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