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kalen­dar­ium

In­tro­duc­tion

kalen­dar­ium is a 3 pack­age that pro­vides sev­eral macros with which to print dates in clas­si­cal Latin given days on the Ju­lian or Gre­go­rian cal­en­dars, us­ing the same syn­tax used by an­cient Ro­man au­thors. The for­mat of these dates may be cus­tomised ei­ther in the pack­age op­tions or on a per-com­mand ba­sis; these op­tions also al­low for the gen­er­a­tion of date strings ac­cord­ing to dif­fer­ent eras of the Clas­si­cal pe­riod.

Usage

Most sim­ply, kalen­dar­ium may be im­ported with de­fault for­mat­ting in the usual fash­ion, with the line \usepackage{kalendarium}. Global for­mat­ting op­tions may be set on im­port with key-value pairs as spec­i­fied in the pack­age doc­u­men­ta­tion; for ex­am­ple, to dis­play all dates in a doc­u­ment with no ab­bre­vi­a­tion, num­bers fully writ­ten out in Latin, and years cal­cu­lated ab urbe con­dita, this im­port string may be used:

\usepackage[abbreviate=false,dayfmt=latin,era=auc]{kalendarium}

If the com­mand \KalDate{1917}{11}{7} is called with these op­tions, the fol­low­ing date would be ren­dered: ante diem sep­ti­mum Idus Novem­bres MMDCLXX ab urbe con­dita.

For­mat­ting op­tions may be set for in­di­vid­ual macro in­vo­ca­tions as well: all com­mands take an op­tional pa­ram­e­ter that ac­cepts the same keys as the im­port string. More in­for­ma­tion on the for­mat­ting fea­tures pro­vided by this pack­age may be found in the pack­age doc­u­men­ta­tion.

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kalen­dar­ium – Print dates ac­cord­ing to the clas­si­cal Latin cal­en­dar

kalen­dar­ium is a 3 pack­age that pro­vides sev­eral macros with which to print dates in clas­si­cal Latin given days on the Ju­lian or Gre­go­rian cal­en­dars, us­ing the same syn­tax used by an­cient Ro­man au­thors. The for­mat of these dates may be cus­tomised ei­ther in the pack­age op­tions or on a per-com­mand ba­sis; these op­tions also al­low for the gen­er­a­tion of date strings ac­cord­ing to dif­fer­ent eras of the Clas­si­cal pe­riod.

Pack­agekalen­dar­ium
Home pagehttps://github.com/An­drew-Wil­liam-Smith/kalen­dar­ium
Sup­porthttps://github.com/An­drew-Wil­liam-Smith/kalen­dar­ium/is­sues
Bug trackerhttps://github.com/An­drew-Wil­liam-Smith/kalen­dar­ium/is­sues
An­nounce­mentshttps://github.com/An­drew-Wil­liam-Smith/kalen­dar­ium/com­mits/mas­ter
Re­pos­i­toryhttps://github.com/An­drew-Wil­liam-Smith/kalen­dar­ium
Devel­op­ershttps://github.com/An­drew-Wil­liam-Smith/kalen­dar­ium
Ver­sion1.0
Li­censesThe Project Public Li­cense 1.3c
Copy­right2018 An­drew Smith
Main­tainerAn­drew Smith
Con­tained inTeX Live as kalen­dar­ium
MiKTeX as kalen­dar­ium
TopicsCal­en­dar
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