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Direc­tory macros/plain/contrib/pdcmac

README
00readme.txt -*-text-*- Time-stamp: <pdc 1995-03-20>

	PDCMAC, a collection of macros for plain TeX documents.
		      Release 1.0 -- Spring 1995

This is collection of TeX definition files which may be useful for
setting documents using plain TeX (as opposed to more complex formats
like LaTeX).  See "install.txt" for installation hints.

This software may be used and distributed without fee under certain
conditions.  While I would like it to be useful, I cannot offer any
guarantee or warranty.  See "pdcguide.tex" for more information.

Please send reports of problems, comments and suggestions to the address
below.  If you find pdcmac useful or amusing, please send me a pretty
postcard.

P. Damian Cugley * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * <damian.cugley@comlab.ox.ac.uk>
Oxford University Computing Laboratory, Parks Road, Oxford  OX1 3QD, UK
Alleged Literature, c/o Damian Cugley, 255B Banbury Road, Oxford  OX2 7HN, UK
http://boothp1.ecs.ox.ac.uk:5705/people/pdc.html * My other computer is a Linux

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (363.0k).

pd­c­mac – Damian Cu­g­ley's doc­u­ment tools

PDCMAC is col­lec­tion of macros which may be use­ful for set­ting doc­u­ments us­ing plain . This pack­age is much less pow­er­ful than ; it is de­signed as a sim­pler so­lu­tion to sim­pler re­quire­ments. Be­cause it is less com­plex, the macro code should be more read­ily adapted by other hack­ers.

Pack­agepd­c­mac
Li­censeLi­cense that pre­vents dis­tri­bu­tion
Main­tainerDamian Cu­g­ley
Con­tained inMiKTeX as pd­c­mac
Topics font se­lec­tion schemes
ex­ten­sions to Plain for higher-level con­structs
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