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Re: LaTeX journal and publisher macros

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Mon, 6 Oct 1997 12:37:25 +0200

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 >>>>> On Mon, 6 Oct 1997 09:59:18 +0100, >>>>> Sebastian Rahtz <[log in to unmask]> write about "Re: LaTeX journal and publisher macros": SR> Hans Aberg writes:   > So it appears that what is needed is a document hierarchy:   > \documentclass{journal} % Start of journal class   > \begin{document}   >   > \documentclass{article} % Start of article 1 class   > \begin{document}   > %% Article 1 stuff   > \end{document} % End of article 1 class [...] SR> i agree that its an interesting subject... all users working as editor agree and wish (since... a long time) to be able to include articles in a report (or journal), reports in a book, ... without any modification. It looks like the Multi Master Fonts... we need a mechanism for our personnal cooking. So, may be, the document hierarchy should not exactly be seen as suggested but preferably like this: \documentclass{MyJournal} \usepackage[WithToc,WithoutIndex,% some global options of interest             DeferedBiblio,EvenStartingPage]{mmarticle}    \begin{document}      \begin{mmarticle}      \documentclass{article} % Start of article 1 class      \begin{document}        %% Article 1 stuff      \end{document} % End of article 1 class      \end{mmarticle} This scheme suggests that there is not a lot of stuff to include in the LaTeX kernel and that, probably, the most important part of the job could be done inside a [standard] package.   --bg