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Readme for the XMP include package (xmpincl.sty)

The XMP (eXtensible Metadata platform) is a framework to add metadata to
digital material to enhance the workflow in publication. References are
given below, but the essenence is that the metadata is stored in an XML
file, and this XML stream is then embedded in the file to which it
applies.

How you create this XML file is up to you, but I started investigating
this, because I wanted to embed some licensing information in the files
I create. The license I chose is one of the Creative Commons licenses,
and their web-site offers this information in a valid XML-file, suitable
for direct inclusion.

References:

http://creativecommons.org/
http://creativecommons.org/technology/xmp-help
http://www.adobe.com/products/xmp

Requirements:

This release requires pdflatex.

Installation:

Run xmpincl.ins through tex. This will generate the package file
xmpincl.sty. Store this file in a location where it will be found by
pdflatex. The documentation can be obtained by running xmpincl.dtx
though pdflatex.

License:

Copyright (C) 2004 by Maarten Sneep <maarten.tex@xs4all.nl>
This work is licensed under the CC-GNU GPL, the human readable license
can be found here, with a link to the full text on this page.
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/GPL/2.0/

Files

Name Size Date Notes
README 1307 2008-05-10 10:33
xmpincl.dtx 16328 2008-05-10 10:38
xmpincl.ins 1679 2007-01-01 01:00
xmpincl.pdf 116609 2008-05-10 10:32

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (104.6k).

xmp­incl – In­clude eXten­si­ble Me­ta­data Plat­form data in PDFLaTeX

The XMP (eXten­si­ble Me­ta­data plat­form) is a frame­work to add meta­data to dig­i­tal ma­te­rial to en­hance the work­flow in pub­li­ca­tion. The essence is that the meta­data is stored in an XML file, and this XML stream is then em­bed­ded in the file to which it ap­plies. How you cre­ate this XML file is up to you, but the au­thor started in­ves­ti­gat­ing this be­cause he wanted to em­bed li­cens­ing in­for­ma­tion in the files he cre­ated. The li­cense the au­thor chose is one of the Creative Com­mons li­censes, and their web-site of­fers this in­for­ma­tion in a valid XML-file, suit­able for di­rect in­clu­sion.

Pack­age De­tailsxmp­incl
Ver­sion2.2
Li­censeGNU Gen­eral Public Li­cense
Main­tainerMaarten Sneep
Con­tained inTeXlive as xmp­incl
MikTeX as xmp­incl
Topics pro­cess doc­u­ment meta­data
ac­cess PDF fea­tures
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