Tue, 16 Nov 1999 21:49:00 +0100
> > - are there other templates missing that do radically different things?
> Yes. Entries grouped in a single paragraph. For instance:
> 1) First section, 3. 2) Second section, 5. 3) Third section, 7. 4)...
quite right, i have a couple of layouts for tocs that do use those and have
halfway tried my hands on that already (but not finished)
> It so happens that I'm working in a new release of a package for
> formatting of toc entries which already provides such a kind of
> indexes in the currently available version. However, adapting
may i (we have a look) at the 2e version of this package? i don't mind it
being in a non-distributable/working state as long as the underlying ideas can
be looked at without too much trouble
nevertheless i'm eager to see you trying to produce a template or two for it
since only this way we can see where the template concept needs corrections
> it to the suggested templates is turning out to be more difficult
> as I expected because most of things are handled in a quite
> different way. The same applies to partial tocs. However,
can you try to explain why or how partial tocs are a problem or handled quite
differently in your approach? (not that they are yet really handled in
xcontents at all
> I will persist (I have got no much time, I'm afraid), and if I get
> some result I will send to this list.