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CTAN submission: csquotes 2.3

Date: September 20, 2004 11:44:16 AM CEST
----- Forwarded message from Philipp Lehman ----- I've uploaded 'csquotes.tar.gz' to DANTE incoming. This is a maintenance update for macros/latex/contrib/csquotes. Please purge the old files, install the new ones, and announce the upload as usual. Thank you very much. ABOUT The csquotes package: * provides markup for inline quotations * supports both control sequences and active characters * toggles between inner and outer quotation marks for nested quotes * interfaces with babel and adapts quotation marks as required * features fully configurable quote styles and active characters CHANGES * Reduced default kerning between adjoining curved quote marks * Fixed bug with \DeclareQuoteStyle in preamble _______________________________________________ Thanks for the upload. I installed it as suggested replacing the previous version in CTAN:macros/latex/contrib/csquotes Reinhard Zierke for the CTAN team

csquotes – Context sensitive quotation facilities

This package provides advanced facilities for inline and display quotations. It is designed for a wide range of tasks ranging from the most simple applications to the more complex demands of formal quotations. The facilities include commands, environments, and user-definable ‘smart quotes’ which dynamically adjust to their context. Quotation marks are switched automatically if quotations are nested and they can be adjusted to the current language if the babel package is available. There are additional facilities designed to cope with the more specific demands of academic writing, especially in the humanities and the social sciences. All quote styles as well as the optional active quotes are freely configurable.

The package is dependent on e-, and requires the author’s etoolbox package.

Version5.2o 2024-04-04
Copyright2003–2011 Philipp Lehman
2015–2019, 2021, 2022,2024 Joseph Wright
MaintainerJoseph Wright
Philipp Lehman (inactive)



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