CTAN update: zref-clever
## v0.1.2-alpha (2022-01-10) ### Added - Provided Dutch language file (see PR [#5](https://github.com/gusbrs/zref-clever/pull/5)). ### Changed - The `gender` key in `\zcLanguageSetup` and in the built-in language files can receive a comma separated list as value to support types with multiple valid genders. - The `cap` and `abbrev` options can now be set also in `\zcRefTypeSetup` and `\zcLanguageSetup`, so that fine grained control per-type and per-language is now possible for these options. - Abandoned the "dictionary/translation" metaphor to refer to language specific options. Mostly housekeeping, affecting the name-scheme of functions and variables, but aiming at a clearer documentation in this area, specially in the longer term. ### Deprecated - The reference format options `refpre` and `refpos` have been deprecated in favor or the more aptly named `preref` and `postref`, respectively.
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Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Ina Dau --
zref-clever – Clever LaTeX cross-references based on zref
This package provides a user interface for making LaTeX cross-references which automates some of their typical features, thus easing their input in the document and improving the consistency of typeset results. A reference made with \zcref includes a “name” according to its “type”, and lists of multiple labels can be automatically sorted and compressed into ranges when due. The reference format is highly and easily customizable, both globally and locally. The package is based on zref’s extensible referencing system.
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