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Direc­tory macros/latex/contrib/IEEEtran/tools

August 26, 2015

The IEEEtrantools.sty package provides several commands from the
IEEEtran.cls file so that they can be used under other LaTeX classes. The
user guide provided here covers only the differences in the use of the
commands from those provided by IEEEtran.cls. For complete documentation
on these commands, see the relevant sections in the IEEEtran_HOWTO manual
of the IEEEtran LaTeX class.

The IEEEtrantools.sty package provides the following IEEEtran.cls commands:

 1. \IEEEPARstart which produces large initial "drop cap" letters.

 2. The \bstctlcite command for the control entry types of IEEEtran.bst
    V1.00 and later.

 3. The \IEEEnoauxwrite command.

 4. The IEEE itemize, enumerate and description list environments.

 5. The complete IEEEeqnarray family for producing multiline equations
    as well as matrices and tables, including the IEEEeqnarray support

 6. The \IEEEQEDhere and \IEEEQEDhereams commands to provide amsthm.sty
    \qedhere functionality to IEEEproof. \IEEEQEDhere is for simple use
    "right on the spot" such as within an IEEEeqnarry:

        x & = & y & \nonumber\IEEEQEDhere

    While \IEEEQEDhereams is like amsthm's venerable \qedhere and is
    for use within the standard equation environment:

       x = y \nonumber\IEEEQEDhereams\quad

    Note that the qedhere style is normally not done with IEEE-related
    work so these are undocumented features of IEEEtran.cls.

    Thanks Mark D. Butala, Hennadiy Leontyev and Stefan M. Moser for
    suggesting this feature.

IEEEtrantools.sty is not needed and should not be used with IEEEtran.cls.

For helpful tips, answers to frequently asked questions and other support,
visit the IEEEtrantools support page at my website:



Michael Shell

2015/08/26 V1.5 (V1.8b of IEEEtran.cls) changes:

 1) Revised IEEEeqnarray column specifications to work with active " 
    (or other punctuation catcode changes) as with babel under the
    german or ngerman language modes. 
    Thanks to Stefan M. Moser for reporting this problem.

 2) Fix bug with IEEEeqnarray equation number foreground color
    under the color environment of Beamer class.
    Thanks to Joschi Brauchle for reporting this problem.

 3) Added the \IEEEnoauxwrite command.
    Thanks to Sudarshan Mukherjee for suggesting this feature.

********************************** Files **********************************

README                - This file.

changelog.txt         - The revision history.

IEEEtrantools.sty     - The LaTeX package file.

IEEEtrantools_doc.txt - The user manual - supplementary to the 
                        IEEEtran_HOWTO manual.

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ieee­tran­tools – Func­tion­al­ity from IEEE­tran for use with other classes

The pack­age pro­vides sev­eral com­mands from the IEEE­tran class file so that they can be used un­der other classes; the pack­age should not be used in a doc­u­ment that uses that par­ent class. The user guide only cov­ers the ways in which us­age dif­fers from that in the par­ent class; thus the doc­u­men­ta­tion of that class should be re­garded as part of the doc­u­men­ta­tion for the pack­age.

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