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CTAN update: eplain

Date: April 18, 2024 8:47:03 PM CEST
Karl Berry submitted an update to the eplain package. Version: 3.14 2024-04-17 License: gpl2+ Summary description: Extended plain TeX macros Announcement text:
Eplain version 3.14 is available from CTAN via https://ctan.org/pkg/eplain and directly from https://tug.org/eplain. It's also included in TeX distributions. This small release allows reading a toc file after it's been written. General: the Eplain macro package extends and expands on the definitions in plain TeX. It's intended to provide useful definitions regardless of how a document might be formatted, such as cross-referencing by labels. Eplain was originally developed for the book TeX for the Impatient, published by Addison-Wesley in 1990. That book is now freely available, from https://ctan.org/pkg/impatient, along with several translations. It's also in TeX distributions. Please send bug reports to tex-eplain at tug.org (mailing list web interface: https://lists.tug.org/tex-eplain). Happy expanded TeXing, Karl
The package’s Catalogue entry can be viewed at https://ctan.org/pkg/eplain The package’s files themselves can be inspected at https://mirrors.ctan.org/macros/eplain/
Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Petra Rübe-Pugliese
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eplain – Extended plain macros

An extended version of the plain format, adding support for bibliographies, tables of contents, enumerated lists, verbatim input of files, numbered equations, tables, two-column output, footnotes, hyperlinks in PDF output and commutative diagrams.

Eplain can also load some of the more useful packages, notably graphics, graphicx (an extended version of graphics), color, autopict (a package instance of the picture code), psfrag, and url.

Version3.14 2024-04-17
MaintainerKarl Berry
Oleg Katsitadze (inactive)
Dorai Sitaram (inactive)



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