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CTAN package update: modroman

Date: May 4, 2008 4:36:37 PM CEST
The package here has been installed at tug.ctan.org and will soon work its way through the system. Thank you again, Jim Hefferon St Michael's College .......................................................................... The following information was provided by our fellow contributor: Name of contribution: modroman Author's name: Yvon Henel, TeXnicien de surface Location on CTAN: /macros/latex/contrib/modroman/ Summary description: modroman.sty, two macros to write numbers in lower case roman numerals thus i, ij, iij, iv and so on. (See the final j?) With option upourv, modroman 6 writes uj instead of vj. The default option, vpourv, makes it write vj. License type: lppl Announcement text:
MODROMAN 0.4 2008-05-04 50th anniversary edition ;-) Changes: v0.4 redefinition of the auxiliary macros via a new command and, consequently, compactification of the code suppression of the \if... to manage options use \@ifdefinable for the \def-s, just in case some garbage files to the garbage can lbnl ;-) a tmf ready zip is now available and should be, at last, tds compliant Files: LISEZMOI.txt README.txt modroman.dtx modroman.ins modroman.pdf % bilingual documentation Makefile % *nix tool modroman.tds.zip
This package is located at http://tug.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/modroman/ . More information is at http://tug.ctan.org/pkg/modroman (if the package is new it may take a day for that information to appear). We are supported by the TeX Users Group http://www.tug.org . Please join a users group; see http://www.tug.org/usergroups.html .

modroman – Write numbers in lower case roman numerals

This package provides only two macros viz. \modromannumeral which writes the number given as argument in lower case roman numeral with a ‘j’ instead of a ‘i’ as the final letter of numbers greater than 1 and \modroman{MyCounter} which writes the value of a counter in the same way. You use the first in the same way as the primitive \romannumeral and the second as command \roman. The default option is ‘vpourv’ with which 5 is ‘translated’ as ‘v’ and option ‘upourv’ whith which the same 5 is given as ‘u’.

MaintainerYvon Henel



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