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rst package
Version 1.3, dated 17-Feb-2003

TeX Macros to typeset Rhetorical Structures (RSTs).

Written by David Reitter (reitter at mle.media.mit.edu)

All rights reserved. Usage is free, put please cite or point to the manual.
Copyright 2003 David Reitter. No redistribution, if .tar.gz file is altered.

New versions to be found here: http://www.reitter-it-media.de/ (CompLing/Lang.Tech. area)

This package provides the commands \dirrel, \multinuc, \rstsegment,
the standalone command \rl,
and the environment rhetoricaltext with the associated commands \unit, \source and \relr.

Please refer to rst-package.pdf for instructions.


Use .sty as usual with a \usepackage{rst} instruction.

This package requires the following other packages, which usually come with the standard TeX installations.

- color (can be avoided, see manual)
- ifthen
- calc


Name Size Date Notes
README 869 2003-02-25 11:45
rst-pack­age.pdf 172653 2003-02-25 11:48
rst.sty 46685 2003-02-18 00:02
urm­l2la­tex.perl 6767 2003-02-25 11:05

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (164.0k).

RST – Draw­ing rhetor­i­cal struc­ture anal­y­sis di­a­grams in LaTeX

This pack­age is of in­ter­est for peo­ple work­ing in lin­guis­tics and lan­guage tech­nol­ogy.

Draw­ing rhetor­i­cal anal­y­ses is no fun when you need to change and up­date di­a­grams as you re­fine your work, or, more im­por­tantly, if a lot of anal­y­ses are to be drawn. Voila, there we go: This pack­age en­ables us to type­set beau­ti­ful di­a­grams with no has­sle. It is ori­ented to­wards the style of the di­a­grams shown in Mann&Thomp­son's Rhetor­i­cal Struc­ture The­ory and sub­se­quent works. This pack­age works per­fectly with (LaTeX) and pdfLaTeX and does not re­quire any spe­cial PostScript ca­pa­bil­i­ties in the out­put side.

Pack­age De­tailsRST
Home pagehttp://www.david-re­it­ter.com/com­pling/rst/in­dex.html
Li­censeLi­cense that pre­vents dis­tri­bu­tion
Main­tainerDavid Reit­ter
Topics sup­port for lin­guis­tics
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