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CTAN location movements

Date: September 29, 2005 1:23:44 PM CEST
In response to various problems we (or users) have encountered, the following changes of location have taken place: macros/latex/contrib/powerdot -> macros/latex/contrib/powerdot/distrib macros/latex/contrib/powerdot-contrib -> macros/latex/contrib/powerdot/contrib macros/latex/contrib/carlisle/textcase.* -> macros/latex/contrib/textcase Also, _files_ (not directories) macros/generic/* have moved to macros/generic/misc/*, except where the package has gained a directory of its own. (For example, there is a new directory macros/generic/tables.) A start has been made on similar moves in macros/plain/contrib and biblio/bibtex/contrib; there's one file in macros/latex209/contrib that needs to move to ./misc, too. The catalogue is updated as each move is made. Catalogue changes will propagate (at worst) on a daily timescale (according to the time zones in which individual copies are held). Note: not everything that's moved appears in the catalogue: there's just too much of it. It may well be that the whole of CTAN is properly catalogued by the end of this century... Robin Fairbairns For the CTAN team

textcase – Case conversion ignoring mathematics, etc

The textcase package offers commands \MakeTextUppercase and \MakeTextLowercase which are similar to the standard \MakeUppercase and \MakeLowercase, but they do not change the case of any sections of mathematics, or the arguments of \cite, \label and \ref commands within the argument. A further command \NoCaseChange does nothing but suppress case change within its argument, so to force uppercase of a section including an environment, one might say:

\MakeTextUppercase{...\NoCaseChange{\begin{foo}} ...\NoCaseChange{\end{foo}}...}

In current this package is obsolete. You can use the standard \MakeUppercase and \MakeLowercase, but it defines legacy names \MakeTextUppercase and \MakeTextLowercase.

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