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About Lollipop and its manual.

You have obtained a package containing the Lollipop format 
and its manual.

The manual uses only Computer Modern, but there are a few
lines in `lollipop-manual.tex' that allow you to switch easily to Times
and Helvetica on Macintosh and Unix systems.

The manual is a pretty good illustration of the power of
Lollipop, but there is also a file 'address.tex' which
contains example macros for an address book.

Lollipop is still under development. The manual contains
some remarks about what is still to be done. If you have any
questions, remarks, suggestions (or if you want to voice
your appreciation :-) , feel free to contact me:

 Vafa Khalighi

Here is how much of TeX's memory you used:
 1194 strings out of 495844
 16212 string characters out of 6190699
 74602 words of memory out of 5000000
 3495 multiletter control sequences out of 15000+600000
 11241 words of font info for 40 fonts, out of 8000000 for 9000
 19 hyphenation exceptions out of 8191
 27i,4n,24p,187b,448s stack positions out of 
Output written on lollipop-manual.pdf (59 pages, 334502 bytes).

History so far:

0.9  October 1992, first public release

0.91 Unannounced update
     TeX3 based lolplain
     penalties and white space in embedded constructs
     splittopskip set equal to topskip
0.92 November 1992, update for friends and family
     Copyright notices added
     math family setting for \rm, \bf, \tt
     bugs in penalties corrected
0.93 December 1992, official update
     Lots of nobreaks in pre/post-tex material of constructs
     Synonym counters repaired
     Topskip and raggedbottom in state of repair
0.94 December 1992, unofficial update
     Adaptive distances
0.95 January 1993, unofficial update
     Short titles, rewritten external files,
     address book example format.
0.97 4 April 2014, organized and updated
        files and also generated various formats.
0.98 6 April 2014, changed all lollipop filenames
           to start with `lollipop' prefix, and fixed typewriter font.
0.99 9 April 2014, improved ini files, and the error in 
        address.tex example fixed.
1.00 11 April 2014, updated lollipop-plain.tex and manual.

1.01 12 April 2014, Updated lollipop-text.tex (changed "#1 cs to \"#1 cs 
           to be compatible with plain; also we can not make 
           " active since it is used by xetex for font selection, new ini
           file xelollipop.ini
1.02 16 April 2014, Updated lollipop-text.tex (defined \EveryParagraph,
          \EveryMath, and \EveryDisplay), defined \PointSizeScriptSizes:12
1.03 19 April 2014, Fixed the wrong numbering of nested enumerate lists


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README 2776 2014-04-19 08:43:00

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lol­lipop – TeX made easy

Lol­lipop is “TeX made easy” — it is a macro pack­age that func­tions as a tool­box for writ­ing TeX macros. Its main aim is to make macro writ­ing so easy that im­ple­ment­ing a fully new lay­out in TeX would be­come a mat­ter of less than an hour for an av­er­age doc­u­ment. The aim is that such a task could be ac­com­plished by some­one with only a very ba­sic train­ing in TeX pro­gram­ming.

Thus, Lol­lipop aims to make struc­tured text for­mat­ting avail­able in en­vi­ron­ments where typ­i­cal users would switch to WYSIWYG pack­ages for the free­dom that such a mech­a­nism of­fers.

In ad­di­tion, de­vel­op­ment of sup­port for Lol­lipop doc­u­ments writ­ten in RTL lan­guages (such as Per­sian) is un­der­way.

Home pagehttp://lol­lipop-project.source­
Ver­sion1.02 2014-04-16
Li­censeGNU Gen­eral Public Li­cense, ver­sion 3
Copy­right2014 Vafa Kha­lighi
1992,1993 Vic­tor Ei­jkhout
Main­tainerVafa Kha­lighi
Vic­tor Ei­jkhout (in­ac­tive)
Con­tained inMiKTeX as lol­lipop
Topics macros to build a for­mat
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