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Manifest and Documentation for the `subfig' package (version 1.3).
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This directory contains version 1.3 of the subfig package.  In a UNIX
or UNIX-like command shell, use `make' to extract the subfig package
and run the local tests.


MANIFEST:
---------
  The following files as well as the derivative files `subfig.sty' and
  `altsf.cfg' constitute the subfig package and are considered as "the
  work" under the LaTeX Project Public License (LPPL 1.3 or later).

Makefile           UNIX makefile to extract the subfig package
                       and related material.
README             This file.
subfig.dtx         The documented subfig package.
subfig.ins         The subfig package installation file.
subfig.pdf         The subfig package documentation (in PDF).
test1.tex          Test one: Basic checks and examples.
test2.tex          Test two: Check for extra space around figure
test3.tex          Test four: Test of optional args and \subref.
test4.tex          Test four: Test of interaction with hyperref.
test5.tex          Test five: Test of continued figures.
test6.tex          Test six: Test of options and option interaction.
test7.tex          Test seven: Test of class/package misuse of \let.


FILES AFTER `make':
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Makefile           UNIX makefile to extract the subfig package
                       and related material.
README             This file.
altsf.cfg          A subfig configuration file (which make the subfig 
                        package act similar to the subfigure package).
ltxdoc.cfg         Configuration file to print change history and
                       index on the subfig package documentation.       
subfig.dtx         The documented subfig package.
subfig.ins         The subfig package installation file.
subfig.pdf         The subfig package documentation (in PDF).
subfig.ps          The subfig package documentation (in PostScript).
subfig.sty         The subfig package 
test1.ps           Results of test one.
test1.tex          Test one: Basic checks and examples.
test2.ps           Results of test two.
test2.tex          Test two: Check for extra space around figure
test3.ps           Results of test three.
test3.tex          Test four: Test of optional args and \subref.
test4.pdf          Results of test four.
test4.tex          Test four: Test of interaction with hyperref.
test5.ps           Results of test five.
test5.tex          Test five: Test of continued figures.
test6.ps           Results of test six.
test6.tex          Test six: Test of options and option interaction.
test7.tex          Test seven: Test of class/package misuse of \let.
test7a.ps          Log from test seven run.
test7b.ps          Results of test seven.


NOTES:
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1. To verify the results of the test(s) (which are run using the
   preferred options), compare with the test(s) found at:
   http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~sdc/latex/subfig.13/

2. This version of the subfig package removes a "feature" which
   allowed a line break to occur between two subfloats separated
   by whitespace instead of requiring an explicit "\\".  If this
   "feature" was used to position sub-floats, they may now be
   incorrectly displayed.

   If this occurs, the solution is to add an expicit linebreak
   between the problem sub-floats.  For example, the following
   to the left would seem to work correctly, but suppressed
   the "farskip" placing the figures too close together and 
   will, now, no longer work.  It should be written as on the
   left.

   \begin{figure}                  \begin{figure}		
     \centering	                     \centering		
       \subfloat[One.]{...}%	       \subfloat[One.]{...}	
     \hspace{.25in}%		     \hspace{.25in}%		
       \subfloat[Two.]{...}	       \subfloat[Two.]{...} \\	
       \subfloat[Three.]{...}%         \subfloat[Three.]{...}	
     \hspace{.25in}%		     \hspace{.25in}%		
       \subfloat[Four.]{...}%	       \subfloat[Four.]{...}	
     \caption{Simple Case.}	     \caption{Simple Case.}	
   \end{figure}                    \end{figure}               









Files

Name Size Date Notes
Makefile 4778 2005-06-08 06:18
README 4256 2005-06-06 06:43
subfig.dtx 193956 2005-07-08 12:14
subfig.ins 2609 2005-07-05 04:17
subfig.pdf 641692 2005-07-08 12:21
test1.tex 24038 2005-06-06 04:46
test2.tex 5997 2005-06-06 04:46
test3.tex 6350 2005-06-06 04:46
test4.tex 3815 2005-06-28 05:10
test5.tex 10301 2005-06-06 04:45
test6.tex 21942 2005-06-29 03:22
test7.tex 3981 2005-06-06 04:45

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sub­fig – Fig­ures bro­ken into sub­fig­ures

The pack­age pro­vides sup­port for the ma­nip­u­la­tion and ref­er­ence of small or ‘sub’ fig­ures and ta­bles within a sin­gle fig­ure or ta­ble en­vi­ron­ment. It is con­ve­nient to use this pack­age when your sub­fig­ures are to be sep­a­rately cap­tioned, ref­er­enced, or are to be in­cluded in the List-of-Fig­ures. A new \sub­fig­ure com­mand is in­tro­duced which can be used in­side a fig­ure en­vi­ron­ment for each sub­fig­ure. An op­tional first ar­gu­ment is used as the cap­tion for that sub­fig­ure.

This pack­age su­per­sedes the sub­fig­ure pack­age (which is no longer main­tained). The name was changed since the pack­age is com­pletely back­ward com­pat­i­ble with the older pack­age The ma­jor ad­van­tage to the new pack­age is that the user in­ter­face is key­word/value driven and eas­ier to use. To ease the tran­si­tion from the sub­fig­ure pack­age, the dis­tri­bu­tion it in­cludes a con­fig­u­ra­tion file (sub­fig.cfg) which nearly em­u­lates the sub­fig­ure pack­age.

The func­tion­al­ity of the pack­age is pro­vided by the (more re­cent still) sub­cap­tion pack­age.

Pack­age De­tailssub­fig
Ver­sion1.3
Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense
Copy­right2003-2005 Steven Dou­glas Cochran
Main­tainerSteven Dou­glas Cochran (in­ac­tive)
Vafa Karen-Pahlav (in­ac­tive)
Vafa Kha­lighi
Zal Mehran (in­ac­tive)
Con­tained inTeXlive as sub­fig
MikTeX as sub­fig
Topics in­ter­nal struc­ture within a float
type­set­ting cap­tions
See also subfloat
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