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Direc­tory obsolete/macros/latex/contrib/backrefx

                     The backrefx package
              (for bibliography back references)

                     Author:   Danie Els
                     Copyright (c) 2002-2004 Danie Els
                     Licence:  LaTeX Project Public License

  The backrefx package is now obsolete after the release of 
  backref v1.23, because all the functionality are now provided 
  by backref. This release of backrefx is only provided for
  backward compatibility of existing documents.


  The backrefx package enhances the backref package of David 
  Carlisle and Sebastian Rahtz. It enables backref to print 
  the bibliographic back references in a more typographical 
  sound manner (similar to the back references in TeX Unbound 
  of Hoenig)


   The most basic installation is to copy backrefx.sty to your
   working directory or to a directory where TeX can find it.

   For a full installation, copy the following files to you
   (local) TEXMF tree and into the specified directories.



       The style file was obtain by running "latex backrefx.ins"



       The sample file brefxtest.tex was obtain by running 
       "latex backrefx.ins"



       The user manual for backrefx package was produced by executing:

          pdflatex backrefx.dtx
          pdflatex backrefx.dtx
          makeindex -s gglo.ist -o backrefx.gls backrefx.glo
          makeindex -s gind.ist -o backrefx.ind backrefx.idx
          pdflatex backrefx.dtx
          pdflatex backrefx.dtx

back­refx – Bi­b­li­o­graph­i­cal back ref­er­enc­ing

The back­refx pack­age is now ob­so­lete af­ter the re­lease of back­ref v1.23, be­cause all the func­tion­al­ity of back­refx is now pro­vided by back­ref. This re­lease of back­refx is only pro­vided for back­ward com­pat­i­bil­ity of ex­ist­ing doc­u­ments.

The back­refx pack­age en­hanced the back­ref pack­age of David Carlisle and Se­bas­tian Rahtz. It en­ables back­ref to print the bib­li­o­graphic back ref­er­ences in a more ty­po­graph­i­cally sound man­ner (sim­i­lar to the back ref­er­ences in Un­bound of Hoenig), for ex­am­ple: (Cited on page 10.) (Cited on pages 10 and 12.) (Cited on pages 10, 12 and 15.)

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