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CTAN package update: moreenum

Date: November 3, 2011 12:01:29 PM CET
the daemon tells us: > The following information was provided by the package's contributor. > > Name of contribution: moreenum > Author's name: Seamus Bradley > Package version: 1.03 > Location on CTAN: macros/latex/contrib/moreenum > Summary description: More enumeration options > License type: lppl > > Announcement text given by the package's contributor: > ---------------------------------------------------------------------- > moreenum: more enumeration options > > This minor update for moreenum fixes a couple of spacing issues, and > some problems with macros being labelled the wrong way round. thanks for the upload; i've installed the new version, and updated the catalogue repository. > Users may view the package catalogue entry at > http://www.tex.ac.uk/tex-archive/help/Catalogue/entries/moreenum.html > or they may browse the package directory at > http://www.tex.ac.uk/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/moreenum/ The catalogue entry will change (somewhat) overnight tonight. Robin Fairbairns For the CTAN team

moreenum – More enumeration options

The package provides the following new enumerate styles:

  • \greek for lowercase Greek letters;
  • \Greek for uppercase Greek letters;
  • \enumHex for uppercase hexadecimal enumeration;
  • \enumhex for lowercase hexadecimal enumeration;
  • \enumbinary for binary enumeration;
  • \enumoctal for octal enumeration;
  • \levelnth for “1st”, “2nd”, “3rd” etc., with the “nth”s on the baseline;
  • raisenth for “1st”, “2nd”, “3rd” etc., with the “nth”s raised;
  • \nthwords for “first”, “second“, “third” etc.;
  • \Nthwords for “First”, “Second”, “Third” etc.;
  • \NTHWORDS for “FIRST”, “SECOND”, “THIRD” etc.;
  • \nwords for “one”, “two”, “three” etc.;
  • \Nwords for “One”, “Two”, “Three” etc.; and
  • \NWORDS for “ONE”, “TWO”, “THREE” etc.

Each of these works with enumitem’s “starred variant” feature. So \begin{enumerate}[label=\enumhex*] will output a hex enumerated list. Enumitem provides a start=0 option for starting your enumerations at 0.

The package requires amsmath, alphalph, enumitem (of course), binhex and nth, all of which are widely available.

MaintainerSeamus Bradley



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