A bundle of packages submitted by Heiko Oberdiek

Heiko Oberdiek
Packaged on:
12/10/2023 11:38:04
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The bundle comprises packages to provide: aliascnt: ‘alias counters’; bmpsize: get bitmap size and resolution data; centernot: a horizontally-centred \not symbol; chemarr: extensible chemists’ reaction arrows; classlist: record information about document class(es) used; colonequals: poor man’s mathematical relation symbols; dvipscol: dvips colour stack management; engord: define counter-printing operations producing English ordinals; eolgrab: collect arguments delimited by end of line; flags: setting and clearing flags in bit fields and converting the bit field into a decimal number; holtxdoc: extra documentation macros; hypbmsec: bookmarks in sectioning commands; hypcap: anjusting anchors of captions; hypgotoe: experimental package for links to embedded files; hyphsubst: substitute hyphenation patterns; ifdraft: switch for option draft; iflang: provides expandable checks for the current language; pdfcolparallel: fixes colour problems in package parallel; pdfcolparcolumns: fixes colour problems in package parcolumns; pdfcrypt: setting PDF encryption; protecteddef: define a command that protected against expansion; resizegather: automatically resize overly large equations; rotchiffre: performs simple rotation cyphers; scrindex: redefines environment ‘theindex’ of package ‘index’, if a class from KOMA-Script is loaded; setouterhbox: set \hbox in outer horizontal mode; settobox: getting box sizes; stackrel: extensions of the \stackrel command; stampinclude: selects the files for \include by inspecting the timestamp of the .aux file(s); tabularht: tabulars with height specification; tabularkv: key value interface for tabular parameters; telprint: print German telephone numbers; thepdfnumber: canonical numbers for use in PDF files and elsewhere; twoopt: commands with two optional arguments; Each of the packages is represented by two files, a .dtx (documented source) and a PDF file; the .ins file necessary for installation is extracted by running the .dtx file with Plain TeX.