-------------------------------------------- This file is part of the `metre' package. Copyright 2000 2001 Gianfranco Boggio-Togna email@example.com -------------------------------------------- metre.sty provides some of the tools that are needed for typesetting scholarly publications dealing with classical Latin and Greek texts, with special emphasis on Greek verse. FILE LIST readme this file metre.dtx the package metre.ins the installation file metre.ind the index file for metre.dtx demo.tex a test file metre.pdf the PDF version of the user guide demo.pdf the PDF version of the test file greek1.tex test files for Greek text (require Babel with the greek2.tex `polutonikogreek' option) greek3.tex igreek1.tex test files for Greek text (require Ibycus4) igreek2.tex igreek3.tex REQUIREMENTS The package requires `relsize.sty' which can be found in: /pub/tex/macros/latex/contrib/other/misc INSTALLATION 1) Run `metre.ins' through LaTeX. 2) Copy `metre.sty' into a directory along the input path of TeX. 3) Run `metre.dtx' through LaTeX to get the documentation (`metre.ind' must be in the same directory as `metre.dtx'). By default, only the first part of the file (the user guide) is processed; if you are interested in the code, follow the instructions near the beginning of `metre.dtx'. 4) Run LaTeX on `demo.tex' to verify the installation. 5) To process `greek1.tex', `greek2.tex' and `greek3.tex' you must have Babel installed, with the `polutonikogreek' option. To process `igreek1.tex', `igreek2.tex' and `igreek3.tex' you must have Ibycus4 installed.
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metre – Support for the work of classicists
The package provides classicists with some of the tools that are needed for typesetting scholarly publications dealing with Greek and Latin texts, with special emphasis on Greek verse.
As the package's name suggests, its core is a comprehensive set of commands for generating metrical schemes and for placing prosodical marks on text set in the Latin or the Greek alphabet. The rest of the package provides a miscellany of commands for symbols (most of them not directly related to metre) that are often used in critical editions of classical texts.
The package does not require any special font: all symbols are taken from the Computer Modern fonts (which are included in all TeX distributions) and the package's commands are based on TeX primitives.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Copyright||2000, 2001 Gianfranco Boggio-Togna|
|Contained in||TeX Live as metre|