Except where otherwise indicated this code was originally written by, and continues to be maintained by, Marcel Oliver. It is released into the public domain. Where otherwise indicated, code is covered by the licensing terms of the original packages. The above statement was added 2009/01/05 by Clea F. Rees on behalf of the author. Readme file for the package "ua-classes". Date: 1997/03/08 ----------------------------------------------------------- This package provides a LaTeX2e document class named 'ua-thesis' for typesetting theses and dissertations in the official format required by the University of Arizona. Moreover, there is a fully compatible alternative document class 'my-thesis' for private "nice" copies of the dissertation, and the respective title pages are available as separate packages to work with "any" document class. The distribution contains the following files: README This file. ua-classes.dtx User guide and documented source code. Run 'latex ua-classes.dtx' to obtain user documentation. ua-classes.ins Installation file. Run 'latex ua-classes.ins' to install the package. Generates the following files: ua-thesis.cls, my-thesis.cls, ua-title.sty, my-title.sty ua-example.tex An example dissertation generated from the University of Arizona Manual for Theses and Dissertations. ua-example.dvi Example output formatted with ua-thesis.cls and the draft option (from 'ua-example.tex') my-example.dvi Example output formatted with my-thesis.cls The following software needs to be installed on the user's system: LaTeX version 2e, December 1994 or later AMS-LaTeX version 1.2, October 1996 or later AMSFonts version 2.0, January 1995 or later Changes from release 1996/12/05: Fixed placement and fonts of captions in my-thesis.cls Fixed required release date of AMS macros Send comments to: Marcel Oliver email@example.com Changes added April 2005 by George Pearson: - Fixed two typos in ua-classes.dtx where \gedf was used instead of \gdef. No other changes (including version number) were made. - Updated this README file to change Marcel's email per his request (and added the comments about the April 2005 changes).
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uaclasses – University of Arizona thesis and dissertation format
This package provides a LaTeX2ε document class named ‘ua-thesis’ for typesetting theses and dissertations in the official format required by the University of Arizona. Moreover, there is a fully compatible alternative document class ‘my-thesis’ for private ‘nice’ copies of the dissertation, and the respective title pages are available as separate packages to work with any document class.
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