Ryerson University Thesis Class Copyright (C) 2009 by J.V. Lassaline <email@example.com> ------------------------------------------------------- This file may be distributed and/or modified under the conditions of the LaTeX Project Public License, either version 1.3c of this license or (at your option) any later version. The latest version of this license is in: http://www.latex-project.org/lppl.txt and version 1.3c or later is part of all distributions of LaTeX version 2008/05/04 or later. This is a class definition for formatting a thesis, dissertation or project subject to Ryerson University School of Graduate Studies policy. The following files are provided: README ryethesis.ins ryethesis.dtx ryethesis.pdf ryesample.tex ryesample.bib ryesample.pdf figure1.pdf To create the class file 'ryethesis.cls', run LaTeX on the install file 'ryethesis.ins'. To re-create the class and usage documentation 'ryethesis.pdf', run LaTeX on the file 'ryethesis.dtx'. For a sample thesis using most of the available options, see 'ryesample.tex'. This LaTeX file will include a figure 'figure1.pdf', which requires that you use pdflatex, xelatex, or similar. Run BiBTeX to process the cited references from the file 'ryesample.bib'. You will also need to recreate the nomenclature, glossary, and index. See 'ryesample.tex' for details or examine the output log messages. Using pdflatex, the sequence of commands is: pdflatex ryesample bibtex ryesample makeindex -s nomencl.ist -o ryesample.nls ryesample.nlo makeindex ryesample makeglossaries ryesample pdflatex ryesample pdflatex ryesample Feel free to send bug reports to the author above.
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ryethesis – Class for Ryerson Unversity Graduate School requirements
The class offers support for formatting a thesis, dissertation or project according to Ryerson University’s School of Graduate Studies thesis formatting regulations.
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|Copyright||2009 J.V. Lassaline|
|Maintainer||Jason V. Lassaline|
|Contained in||TeX Live as ryethesis|
|MiKTeX as ryethesis|
typesetting dissertations, theses, etc.|