CTAN update: titleps
Date: December 15, 2011 3:41:03 PM CET
the daemon said, this morning (while i was in a meeting):
> The following information was provided by the package's contributor.
> Name of contribution: titleps
> Author's name: Javier Bezos
> Package version: 1.1.0
> Location on CTAN: macros/latex/contrib/titlesec/
> Summary description: Page styles (headers and footers)
> License type: lppl
> Announcement text given by the package's contributor:
> Now titleps is a fully autonomous package, providing
> a complete alternative to other packages for page styles
> (headers and footers), with a one-stage higher-level
> mechanism not requiring \leftmark's and \rightmark's.
> With titleps you have:
> * Working top marks, compatible with floats (unlike
> the standard \topmark, which does not work correctly
> in LaTeX).
> * Access to top, first and botttom marks in a single
> headline/footline (e.g., the first and last section
> * Auto-defining of suitable \sectionmark and the like.
> * Simple (and not so simple) headrules and footrules.
> * Headlines and footlines for pages with floats.
> * Headlines and footlines for specific floats (a sort of
> \thispagestyle for floats).
> New in version 1.1.0 are:
> * Marks for more than 2 sectioning levels.
> * Multiple sets of marks (here named marksets and
> extra marks). Requires e-TeX or compatible.
> * Separate marksets for different sectioning commands.
> * Fixed a serious bug with \@mkboth (with was not even
> taken into account).
> These changes also apply to titlesec (2.10.0), which
> is not required for titleps to work.
thanks for the upload; i've installed the new version, and updated the
> Users may view the package catalogue entry at
> or they may browse the package directory at
The catalogue entry will change (somewhat) overnight tonight.
For the CTAN team
titleps – Page style control
The package provides page styles with a simple one-stage
mechanism, including top marks; access to top-, first- and
botmarks in a single header/footer; headers/footers for specific
floats; multiple sets of marks (with e-TeX), and more.
The package is part of the titlesec
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