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t1lib 5.1.2 — Library for generating bitmaps from Type 1 fonts

T1lib is a library for generating/rasterising bitmaps from Type 1 fonts. It is based on the code of the X11 rasteriser of the X11 project.

The bitmaps created by t1lib are returned in a data structure with type GLYPH. This special GLYPH-type is also used in the X11 window system to describe character bitmaps. It contains the bitmap data as well as some metric information. But t1lib is in itself entirely independent of the X11-system or any other graphical user interface.

tadbit 0.2 — Analyze, model, and explore 3C-based data

TADbit is a complete Python library to deal with all steps to analyze, model, and explore 3C-based data. With TADbit the user can map FASTQ files to obtain raw interaction binned matrices (Hi-C like matrices), normalize and correct interaction matrices, identify and compare the so-called Topologically Associating Domains (TADs), build 3D models from the interaction matrices, and finally, extract structural properties from the models. TADbit is complemented by TADkit for visualizing 3D models.

taglib 1.11.1 — Library to access audio file meta-data

TagLib is a C++ library for reading and editing the meta-data of several popular audio formats. Currently it supports both ID3v1 and ID3v2 for MP3 files, Ogg Vorbis comments and ID3 tags and Vorbis comments in FLAC, MPC, Speex, WavPack TrueAudio, WAV, AIFF, MP4 and ASF files.

tailon 1.3.0 — Webapp for looking at and searching through log files

Tailon provides a web interface around the tail, grep, awk and sed commands, displaying the results via a web interface.

talkfilters 2.3.8 — Convert English text to humorous dialects

This is a GNU package.

The GNU Talk Filters are programs that convert English text into stereotyped or otherwise humorous dialects. The filters are provided as a C library, so they can easily be integrated into other programs.

talloc 2.1.14 — Hierarchical, reference counted memory pool system

Talloc is a hierarchical, reference counted memory pool system with destructors. It is the core memory allocator used in Samba.

talloc-static 2.1.14 — Hierarchical, reference counted memory pool system (static library)

Talloc is a hierarchical, reference counted memory pool system with destructors. It is the core memory allocator used in Samba.

tango-icon-theme 0.8.90 — Tango icon theme

This is an icon theme that follows the Tango visual guidelines.

tar 1.30 — Managing tar archives

This is a GNU package.

Tar provides the ability to create tar archives, as well as the ability to extract, update or list files in an existing archive. It is useful for combining many files into one larger file, while maintaining directory structure and file information such as permissions and creation/modification dates. GNU tar offers many extensions over the standard utility.

taskwarrior 2.5.1 — Command line task manager

Taskwarrior is a command-line task manager following the Getting Things Done time management method. It supports network synchronization, filtering and querying data, exposing task data in multiple formats to other tools.

taxtastic 0.8.5 — Tools for taxonomic naming and annotation

Taxtastic is software written in python used to build and maintain reference packages i.e. collections of reference trees, reference alignments, profiles, and associated taxonomic information.

tbb 2017_20160916 — C++ library for parallel programming

Threading Building Blocks (TBB) is a C++ runtime library that abstracts the low-level threading details necessary for optimal multi-core performance. It uses common C++ templates and coding style to eliminate tedious threading implementation work. It provides parallel loop constructs, asynchronous tasks, synchronization primitives, atomic operations, and more.

tcalc 2.0 — The terminal calculator

The terminal calculator is a small program to help users of the GNU/Linux terminal do calculations simply and quickly. The formula to be calculated can be fed to tcalc through the command line.

tcc 0.9.27 — Tiny and fast C compiler

TCC, also referred to as "TinyCC", is a small and fast C compiler written in C. It supports ANSI C with GNU and extensions and most of the C99 standard.

tcc-wrapper 0.9.27 — Wrapper providing the 'cc' command for TCC

TCC, also referred to as "TinyCC", is a small and fast C compiler written in C. It supports ANSI C with GNU and extensions and most of the C99 standard.

tcl 8.6.8 — The Tcl scripting language

The Tcl (Tool Command Language) scripting language.

tcllib 1.18 — Standard Tcl Library

Tcllib, the standard Tcl library, is a collection of common utility functions and modules all written in high-level Tcl.

tclx 8.4.1 — System programming extensions for Tcl

Extended Tcl is oriented towards system programming tasks and large application development. TclX provides additional interfaces to the operating system, and adds many new programming constructs, text manipulation tools, and debugging tools.

tclxml 3.2 — Tcl library for XML parsing

TclXML provides event-based parsing of XML documents. The application may register callback scripts for certain document features, and when the parser encounters those features while parsing the document the callback is evaluated.

tcp-wrappers 7.6 — Monitor and filter incoming requests for network services

With this package you can monitor and filter incoming requests for network services. It includes a library which may be used by daemons to transparently check connection attempts against an access control list.

tcpdump 4.9.2 — Network packet analyzer

Tcpdump is a command-line tool to analyze network traffic passing through the network interface controller.

tcsh 6.20.00 — Unix shell based on csh

Tcsh is an enhanced, but completely compatible version of the Berkeley UNIX C shell (csh). It is a command language interpreter usable both as an interactive login shell and a shell script command processor. It includes a command-line editor, programmable word completion, spelling correction, a history mechanism, job control and a C-like syntax.

tdb 1.3.16 — Trivial database

TDB is a Trivial Database. In concept, it is very much like GDBM, and BSD's DB except that it allows multiple simultaneous writers and uses locking internally to keep writers from trampling on each other. TDB is also extremely small.

teckit 2.5.8 — Toolkit for encoding conversions

TECkit is a low-level toolkit intended to be used by other applications that need to perform encoding conversions (e.g., when importing legacy data into a Unicode-based application). The primary component of the TECkit package is therefore a library that performs conversions; this is the "TECkit engine". The engine relies on mapping tables in a specific binary format (for which documentation is available); there is a compiler that creates such tables from a human-readable mapping description (a simple text file).

To facilitate the development and testing of mapping tables for TECkit, several applications are also included in the current package; these include simple tools for applying conversions to plain-text and Standard Format files, as well as both command-line and simple GUI versions of the TECkit compiler. However, it is not intended that these tools will be the primary means by which end users perform conversions, and they have not been designed, tested, and debugged to the extent that general-purpose applications should be.

teensy-loader-cli 2.1-1.f289b7a — Command line firmware uploader for Teensy development boards

The Teensy loader program communicates with your Teensy board when the HalfKay bootloader is running, so you can upload new programs and run them.

You need to add the udev rules to make the Teensy update available for non-root users.

teeworlds 0.6.4 — 2D retro multiplayer shooter game

Teeworlds is an online multiplayer game. Battle with up to 16 players in a variety of game modes, including Team Deathmatch and Capture The Flag. You can even design your own maps!

tegola 0.7.0 — Vector tile server for maps

Tegola is a free vector tile server written in Go. Tegola takes geospatial data and slices it into vector tiles that can be efficiently delivered to any client.

telegram-purple 1.3.1 — Telegram messaging support for Pidgin

Telegram-purple is a plugin for Libpurple, the communication library used by the Pidgin instant messaging client, that adds support for the Telegram messenger.

telepathy-glib 0.24.1 — GLib Real-time communications framework over D-Bus

Telepathy is a flexible, modular communications framework that enables real-time communication over D-Bus via pluggable protocol backends. Telepathy is a communications service that can be accessed by many applications simultaneously.

This package provides the library for GLib applications.

telepathy-idle 0.2.0 — Telepathy IRC connection manager

Idle is an IRC connection manager for the Telepathy framework. This package enables usage of IRC channels and private messages in Telepathy instant messaging clients such as Empathy, GNOME Shell or KDE Telepathy.

telepathy-logger 0.8.2 — Telepathy logger library

Telepathy logger is a headless observer client that logs information received by the Telepathy framework. It features pluggable backends to log different sorts of messages in different formats.

telepathy-mission-control 5.16.4 — Telepathy real-time communication framework management daemon

Telepathy Mission Control 5 is an account manager and channel dispatcher for the Telepathy framework, allowing user interfaces and other clients to share connections to real-time communication services without conflicting.

terminology 1.2.1 — Powerful terminal emulator based on EFL

Terminology is fast and feature rich terminal emulator. It is solely based on Enlightenment Foundation Libraries. It supports multiple tabs, UTF-8, URL and local path detection, themes, popup based content viewer for non-text contents and more.

termite 13 — Keyboard-centric, VTE-based terminal

Termite is a minimal terminal emulator designed for use with tiling window managers. It is a modal application, similar to Vim, with an insert mode and command mode where keybindings have different functions.

terraform-docs 0.3.0 — Generate documentation from Terraform modules

The terraform-docs utility can generate documentation describing the inputs and outputs for modules of the Terraform infrastructure management tool. These can be shown, or written to a file in JSON or Markdown formats.

tesseract-ocr 3.04.01 — Optical character recognition engine

Tesseract is an optical character recognition (OCR) engine with very high accuracy. It supports many languages, output text formatting, hOCR positional information and page layout analysis. Several image formats are supported through the Leptonica library. It can also detect whether text is monospaced or proportional.

testdisk 7.0 — Data recovery tool

TestDisk is a program for data recovery, primarily designed to help recover lost partitions and/or make non-booting disks bootable again.

tevent 0.9.37 — Event system library

Tevent is an event system based on the talloc memory management library. It is the core event system used in Samba. The low level tevent has support for many event types, including timers, signals, and the classic file descriptor events.

texi2html 5.0 — Convert Texinfo to HTML

Texi2HTML is a Perl script which converts Texinfo source files to HTML output. It now supports many advanced features, such as internationalization and extremely configurable output formats.

Development of Texi2HTML moved to the GNU Texinfo repository in 2010, since it was meant to replace the makeinfo implementation in GNU Texinfo. The route forward for authors is, in most cases, to alter manuals and build processes as necessary to use the new features of the makeinfo/texi2any implementation of GNU Texinfo. The Texi2HTML maintainers (one of whom is the principal author of the GNU Texinfo implementation) do not intend to make further releases of Texi2HTML.

teximpatient 2.4 — Book on TeX, plain TeX and Eplain

This is a GNU package.

TeX for the Impatient is a ~350 page book on TeX, plain TeX, and Eplain, originally written by Paul Abrahams, Kathryn Hargreaves, and Karl Berry.

texinfo 5.2 — The GNU documentation format

This is a GNU package.

Texinfo is the official documentation format of the GNU project. It uses a single source file using explicit commands to produce a final document in any of several supported output formats, such as HTML or PDF. This package includes both the tools necessary to produce Info documents from their source and the command-line Info reader. The emphasis of the language is on expressing the content semantically, avoiding physical markup commands.

texinfo 4.13a — The GNU documentation format

This is a GNU package.

Texinfo is the official documentation format of the GNU project. It uses a single source file using explicit commands to produce a final document in any of several supported output formats, such as HTML or PDF. This package includes both the tools necessary to produce Info documents from their source and the command-line Info reader. The emphasis of the language is on expressing the content semantically, avoiding physical markup commands.

texinfo 6.5 — The GNU documentation format

This is a GNU package.

Texinfo is the official documentation format of the GNU project. It uses a single source file using explicit commands to produce a final document in any of several supported output formats, such as HTML or PDF. This package includes both the tools necessary to produce Info documents from their source and the command-line Info reader. The emphasis of the language is on expressing the content semantically, avoiding physical markup commands.

texlive 2017 — TeX Live, a package of the TeX typesetting system

TeX Live provides a comprehensive TeX document production system. It includes all the major TeX-related programs, macro packages, and fonts that are free software, including support for many languages around the world.

This package contains the complete TeX Live distribution.

texlive-bin 20170524 — TeX Live, a package of the TeX typesetting system

TeX Live provides a comprehensive TeX document production system. It includes all the major TeX-related programs, macro packages, and fonts that are free software, including support for many languages around the world.

This package contains the binaries.

texlive-dvips 44591 — DVI to PostScript drivers

This package provides files needed for converting DVI files to PostScript.

texlive-fontname 44591 — Scheme for naming fonts in TeX

This is Fontname, a naming scheme for (the base part of) external TeX font filenames. This makes at most eight-character names from (almost) arbitrarily complex font names, thus helping portability of TeX documents.

texlive-fonts-amsfonts 44591 — TeX fonts from the American Mathematical Society

This package provides an extended set of fonts for use in mathematics, including: extra mathematical symbols; blackboard bold letters (uppercase only); fraktur letters; subscript sizes of bold math italic and bold Greek letters; subscript sizes of large symbols such as sum and product; added sizes of the Computer Modern small caps font; cyrillic fonts (from the University of Washington); Euler mathematical fonts. All fonts are provided as Adobe Type 1 files, and all except the Euler fonts are provided as Metafont source. The distribution also includes the canonical Type 1 versions of the Computer Modern family of fonts. The Euler fonts are supported by separate packages; details can be found in the documentation.

texlive-fonts-cm 44591 — Computer Modern fonts for TeX

This package provides the Computer Modern fonts by Donald Knuth. The Computer Modern font family is a large collection of text, display, and mathematical fonts in a range of styles, based on Monotype Modern 8A.

texlive-fonts-ec 44591 — Computer modern fonts in T1 and TS1 encodings

The EC fonts are European Computer Modern Fonts, supporting the complete LaTeX T1 encoding defined at the 1990 TUG conference hold at Cork/Ireland. These fonts are intended to be stable with no changes being made to the tfm files. The set also contains a Text Companion Symbol font, called tc, featuring many useful characters needed in text typesetting, for example oldstyle digits, currency symbols (including the newly created Euro symbol), the permille sign, copyright, trade mark and servicemark as well as a copyleft sign, and many others. Recent releases of LaTeX2e support the EC fonts. The EC fonts supersede the preliminary version released as the DC fonts. The fonts are available in (traced) Adobe Type 1 format, as part of the cm-super bundle. The other Computer Modern-style T1-encoded Type 1 set, Latin Modern, is not actually a direct development of the EC set, and differs from the EC in a number of particulars.

texlive-fonts-iwona 0.995b — Sans-serif typeface for TeX

Iwona is a two-element sans-serif typeface. It was created as an alternative version of the Kurier typeface, which was designed in 1975 for a diploma in typeface design at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts under the supervision of Roman Tomaszewski. Kurier was designed for linotype typesetting of newspapers and similar periodicals. The Iwona fonts are an alternative version of the Kurier fonts. The difference lies in the absence of ink traps which typify the Kurier font.

texlive-fonts-knuth-lib 44591 — Small library of METAFONT sources

This is a collection of core TeX and METAFONT macro files from Donald Knuth, including the plain format, plain base, and the MF logo fonts.

texlive-fonts-latex 44591 — Collection of fonts used in LaTeX distributions

This is a collection of fonts for use with standard LaTeX packages and classes. It includes invisible fonts (for use with the slides class), line and circle fonts (for use in the picture environment) and LaTeX symbol fonts.

texlive-fonts-rsfs 44591 — Ralph Smith's Formal Script font

The fonts provide uppercase formal script letters for use as symbols in scientific and mathematical typesetting (in contrast to the informal script fonts such as that used for the calligraphic symbols in the TeX maths symbol font). The fonts are provided as Metafont source, and as derived Adobe Type 1 format. LaTeX support, for using these fonts in mathematics, is available via one of the packages calrsfs and mathrsfs.

texlive-fonts-stmaryrd 44591 — St Mary Road symbols for theoretical computer science

The fonts were originally distributed as Metafont sources only, but Adobe Type 1 versions are also now available. Macro support is provided for use under LaTeX; the package supports the only option (provided by the somedefs package) to restrict what is loaded, for those who don't need the whole font.

texlive-fonts-txfonts 44591 — Times-like fonts in support of mathematics

Txfonts supplies virtual text roman fonts using Adobe Times (or URW NimbusRomNo9L) with some modified and additional text symbols in the OT1, T1, and TS1 encodings; maths alphabets using Times/URW Nimbus; maths fonts providing all the symbols of the Computer Modern and AMS fonts, including all the Greek capital letters from CMR; and additional maths fonts of various other symbols.

The set is complemented by a sans-serif set of text fonts, based on Helvetica/NimbusSanL, and a monospace set.

All the fonts are in Type 1 format (AFM and PFB files), and are supported by TeX metrics (VF and TFM files) and macros for use with LaTeX.

texlive-generic-babel-english 44591 — Babel support for English

This package provides the language definition file for support of English in babel. Care is taken to select British hyphenation patterns for British English and Australian text, and default ("american") patterns for Canadian and USA text.

texlive-generic-dehyph-exptl 44591 — Hyphenation patterns for German

The package provides experimental hyphenation patterns for the German language, covering both traditional and reformed orthography. The patterns can be used with packages Babel and hyphsubst from the Oberdiek bundle.

texlive-generic-epsf 44591 — Simple macros for EPS inclusion

This package provides the original (and now obsolescent) graphics inclusion macros for use with dvips, still widely used by Plain TeX users (in particular). For LaTeX users, the package is nowadays (rather strongly) deprecated in favour of the more sophisticated standard LaTeX latex-graphics bundle of packages. (The latex-graphics bundle is also available to Plain TeX users, via its Plain TeX version.)

texlive-generic-hyph-utf8 44591 — Hyphenation patterns expressed in UTF-8

Modern native UTF-8 engines such as XeTeX and LuaTeX need hyphenation patterns in UTF-8 format, whereas older systems require hyphenation patterns in the 8-bit encoding of the font in use (such encodings are codified in the LaTeX scheme with names like OT1, T2A, TS1, OML, LY1, etc). The present package offers a collection of conversions of existing patterns to UTF-8 format, together with converters for use with 8-bit fonts in older systems. Since hyphenation patterns for Knuthian-style TeX systems are only read at iniTeX time, it is hoped that the UTF-8 patterns, with their converters, will completely supplant the older patterns.

texlive-generic-ifxetex 44591 — Am I running under XeTeX?

This is a simple package which provides an \ifxetex conditional, so that other code can determine that it is running under XeTeX. The package requires the e-TeX extensions to the TeX primitive set.

texlive-generic-listofitems 44591 — Grab items in lists using user-specified seperation character

This package allows one to capture all the items of a list, for which the parsing character has been selected by the user, and to access any of these items with a simple syntax.

texlive-generic-pdftex 44591 — TeX extension for direct creation of PDF

This package provides an extension of TeX which can be configured to directly generate PDF documents instead of DVI.

texlive-generic-tex-ini-files 44591 — Files for creating TeX formats

This bundle provides a collection of model ".ini" files for creating TeX formats. These files are commonly used to introduced distribution-dependent variations in formats. They are also used to allow existing format source files to be used with newer engines, for example to adapt the plain e-TeX source file to work with XeTeX and LuaTeX.

texlive-generic-ulem 44591 — Underline text in TeX

The package provides an \ul (underline) command which will break over line ends; this technique may be used to replace \em (both in that form and as the \emph command), so as to make output look as if it comes from a typewriter. The package also offers double and wavy underlining, and striking out (line through words) and crossing out (/// over words).

texlive-generic-unicode-data 44591 — Unicode data and loaders for TeX

This bundle provides generic access to Unicode Consortium data for TeX use. It contains a set of text files provided by the Unicode Consortium which are currently all from Unicode 8.0.0, with the exception of MathClass.txt which is not currently part of the Unicode Character Database. Accompanying these source data are generic TeX loader files allowing this data to be used as part of TeX runs, in particular in building format files. Currently there are two loader files: one for general character set up and one for initializing XeTeX character classes as has been carried out to date by unicode-letters.tex.

texlive-latex-acmart 1.45 — Class for typesetting publications of ACM

This package provides a class for typesetting publications of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).

texlive-latex-acronym 44591 — Expand acronyms at least once

This package ensures that all acronyms used in the text are spelled out in full at least once. It also provides an environment to build a list of acronyms used. The package is compatible with PDF bookmarks. The package requires the suffix package, which in turn requires that it runs under e-TeX.

texlive-latex-amscls 44591 — AMS document classes for LaTeX

This bundle contains three AMS classes: amsartamsart (for writing articles for the AMS), amsbookamsbook (for books) and amsprocamsproc (for proceedings), together with some supporting material. The material is made available as part of the AMS-LaTeX distribution.

texlive-latex-amsfonts 44591 — TeX fonts from the American Mathematical Society

This package provides basic LaTeX support for the symbol fonts provides by the amsfonts package. It provides amsfonts.sty, with names of individual symbols defined in amssymb.sty.

texlive-latex-amsmath 44591 — AMS mathematical facilities for LaTeX

This is the principal package in the AMS-LaTeX distribution. It adapts for use in LaTeX most of the mathematical features found in AMS-TeX; it is highly recommended as an adjunct to serious mathematical typesetting in LaTeX. When amsmath is loaded, AMS-LaTeX packages amsbsyamsbsy (for bold symbols), amsopnamsopn (for operator names) and amstextamstext (for text embedded in mathematics) are also loaded. This package is part of the LaTeX required distribution; however, several contributed packages add still further to its appeal; examples are empheqempheq, which provides functions for decorating and highlighting mathematics, and ntheoremntheorem, for specifying theorem (and similar) definitions.

texlive-latex-amsrefs 44591 — LaTeX-based replacement for BibTeX

Amsrefs is a LaTeX package for bibliographies that provides an archival data format similar to the format of BibTeX database files, but adapted to make direct processing by LaTeX easier. The package can be used either in conjunction with BibTeX or as a replacement for BibTeX.

texlive-latex-anysize 44591 — Simple package to set up document margins

This is a simple package to set up document margins. This package is considered obsolete; alternatives are the typearea package from the koma-script bundle, or the geometry package.

texlive-latex-appendix 44591 — Extra control of appendices

The appendix package provides various ways of formatting the titles of appendices. Also (sub)appendices environments are provided that can be used, for example, for per chapter/section appendices. An appendices environment is provided which can be used instead of the \appendix command.

texlive-latex-babel 44591 — Multilingual support for Plain TeX or LaTeX

The package manages culturally-determined typographical (and other) rules, and hyphenation patterns for a wide range of languages. A document may select a single language to be supported, or it may select several, in which case the document may switch from one language to another in a variety of ways. Babel uses contributed configuration files that provide the detail of what has to be done for each language. Users of XeTeX are advised to use the polyglossia package rather than Babel.

texlive-latex-base 44591 — Base sources of LaTeX

This bundle comprises the source of LaTeX itself, together with several packages which are considered "part of the kernel". This bundle, together with the required packages, constitutes what every LaTeX distribution should contain.

texlive-latex-bigfoot 44591 — Footnotes for critical editions

This package aims to provide a one-stop solution to requirements for footnotes. It offers: Multiple footnote apparatus superior to that of manyfoot. Footnotes can be formatted in separate paragraphs, or be run into a single paragraph (this choice may be selected per footnote series); Things you might have expected (such as \verb-like material in footnotes, and color selections over page breaks) now work. Note that the majority of the bigfoot package's interface is identical to that of manyfoot; users should seek information from that package's documentation. The bigfoot bundle also provides the perpage and suffix packages.

texlive-latex-blindtext 44591 — Producing 'blind' text for testing

The package provides the commands \blindtext and \Blindtext for creating "blind" text useful in testing new classes and packages, and \blinddocument, \Blinddocument for creating an entire random document with sections, lists, mathematics, etc. The package supports three languages, english, (n)german and latin; the latin option provides a short "lorem ipsum" (for a fuller "lorem ipsum" text, see the lipsum package).

texlive-latex-capt-of 44591 — Captions on more than floats

This package defines a command \captionof for putting a caption to something that's not a float.

texlive-latex-changebar 44591 — Generate changebars in LaTeX documents

Identify areas of text to be marked with changebars with the \cbstart and \cbend commands; the bars may be coloured. The package uses 'drivers' to place the bars; the available drivers can work with dvitoln03, dvitops, dvips, the emTeX and TeXtures DVI drivers, and VTeX and pdfTeX.

texlive-latex-cmap 44591 — CMap support for PDF files

This package embeds CMap tables into PDF files to make search and copy-and-paste functions work properly.

texlive-latex-colortbl 44591 — Add colour to LaTeX tables

This package allows rows, columns, and even individual cells in LaTeX tables to be coloured.

texlive-latex-cyrillic 44591 — Support for Cyrillic fonts in LaTeX

This bundle of macros files provides macro support (including font encoding macros) for the use of Cyrillic characters in fonts encoded under the T2* and X2 encodings. These encodings cover (between them) pretty much every language that is written in a Cyrillic alphabet.

texlive-latex-dinbrief 44591 — German letter DIN style

This package implements a document layout for writing letters according to the rules of DIN (Deutsches Institut für Normung, German standardisation institute). A style file for LaTeX 2.09 (with limited support of the features) is part of the package. Since the letter layout is based on a German standard, the user guide is written in German, but most macros have English names from which the user can recognize what they are used for. In addition there are example files showing how letters may be created with the package.

texlive-latex-doi 44591 — Create correct hyperlinks for DOI numbers

You can hyperlink DOI numbers to However, some publishers have elected to use nasty characters in their DOI numbering scheme (<, >, _ and ; have all been spotted). This will either upset LaTeX, or your PDF reader. This package contains a single user-level command \doi, which takes a DOI number, and creates a correct hyperlink to the target of the DOI.

texlive-latex-draftwatermark 44591 — Put a grey textual watermark on document pages

This package provides a means to add a textual, light grey watermark on every page or on the first page of a document. Typical usage may consist in writing words such as DRAFT or CONFIDENTIAL across document pages. The package performs a similar function to that of draftcopy, but its implementation is output device independent, and made very simple by relying on everypage.

texlive-latex-eepic 44591 — Extensions to epic and the LaTeX drawing tools

Extensions to epic and the LaTeX picture drawing environment, include the drawing of lines at any slope, the drawing of circles in any radii, and the drawing of dotted and dashed lines much faster with much less TeX memory, and providing several new commands for drawing ellipses, arcs, splines, and filled circles and ellipses. The package uses tpic \special commands.

texlive-latex-enumitem 44591 — Customize basic list environments

This package is intended to ease customizing the three basic list environments: enumerate, itemize and description. It extends their syntax to allow an optional argument where a set of parameters in the form key=value are available, for example: \beginitemize[itemsep=1ex,leftmargin=1cm].

texlive-latex-environ 44591 — New interface for environments in LaTeX

This package provides the \collect@body command (as in amsmath), as well as a \long version \Collect@Body, for collecting the body text of an environment. These commands are used to define a new author interface to creating new environments.

texlive-latex-eqparbox 44591 — Create equal-widthed parboxes

LaTeX users sometimes need to ensure that two or more blocks of text occupy the same amount of horizontal space on the page. To that end, the eqparbox package defines a new command, \eqparbox, which works just like \parbox, except that instead of specifying a width, one specifies a tag. All eqparboxes with the same tag---regardless of where they are in the document---will stretch to fit the widest eqparbox with that tag. This simple, equal-width mechanism can be used for a variety of alignment purposes, as is evidenced by the examples in eqparbox's documentation. Various derivatives of \eqparbox are also provided.

texlive-latex-eso-pic 44591 — Add picture commands (or backgrounds) to every page

The package adds one or more user commands to LaTeX's shipout routine, which may be used to place the output at fixed positions. The grid option may be used to find the correct places.

texlive-latex-etoolbox 44591 — e-TeX tools for LaTeX

This package is a toolbox of programming facilities geared primarily towards LaTeX class and package authors. It provides LaTeX frontends to some of the new primitives provided by e-TeX as well as some generic tools which are not strictly related to e-TeX but match the profile of this package. The package provides functions that seem to offer alternative ways of implementing some LaTeX kernel commands; nevertheless, the package will not modify any part of the LaTeX kernel.

texlive-latex-eukdate 44591 — UK format dates, with weekday

The package is used to change the format of \today’s date, including the weekday, e.g., "Saturday, 26 June 2008", the 'UK format', which is preferred in many parts of the world, as distinct from that which is used in \maketitle of the article class, "June 26, 2008", the 'US format'.

texlive-latex-examplep 44591 — Verbatim phrases and listings in LaTeX

Examplep provides sophisticated features for typesetting verbatim source code listings, including the display of the source code and its compiled LaTeX or METAPOST output side-by-side, with automatic width detection and enabled page breaks (in the source), without the need for specifying the source twice. Special care is taken that section, page and footnote numbers do not interfere with the main document. For typesetting short verbatim phrases, a replacement for the \verb command is also provided in the package, which can be used inside tables and moving arguments such as footnotes and section titles.

texlive-latex-expdlist 44591 — Expanded description environments

The package provides additional features for the LaTeX description environment, including adjustable left margin. The package also allows the user to "break" a list (for example, to interpose a comment) without affecting the structure of the list (this works for itemize and enumerate lists, and numbered lists remain in sequence).

texlive-latex-fancybox 44591 — Variants of \fbox and other games with boxes

This package provides variants of \fbox: \shadowbox, \doublebox, \ovalbox, \Ovalbox, with helpful tools for using box macros and flexible verbatim macros. You can box mathematics, floats, center, flushleft, and flushright, lists, and pages.

texlive-latex-fancyhdr 44591 — Extensive control of page headers and footers in LaTeX2e

The package provides extensive facilities, both for constructing headers and footers, and for controlling their use (for example, at times when LaTeX would automatically change the heading style in use).

texlive-latex-fancyvrb 44591 — Sophisticated verbatim text

This package provides tools for the flexible handling of verbatim text including: verbatim commands in footnotes; a variety of verbatim environments with many parameters; ability to define new customized verbatim environments; save and restore verbatim text and environments; write and read files in verbatim mode; build "example" environments (showing both result and verbatim source).

texlive-latex-filecontents 44591 — Extended filecontents and filecontents* environments

LaTeX2e's filecontents and filecontents* environments enable a LaTeX source file to generate external files as it runs through LaTeX. However, there are two limitations of these environments: they refuse to overwrite existing files, and they can only be used in the preamble of a document. The filecontents package removes these limitations, letting you overwrite existing files and letting you use filecontents / filecontents* anywhere.

texlive-latex-filemod 44591 — Provide file modification times, and compare them

This package provides macros to read and compare the modification dates of files. The files may be .tex files, images or other files (as long as they can be found by LaTeX). It uses the \pdffilemoddate primitive of pdfLaTeX to find the file modification date as PDF date string, parses the string and returns the value to the user. The package will also work for DVI output with recent versions of the LaTeX compiler which uses pdfLaTeX in DVI mode. The functionality is provided by purely expandable macros or by faster but non-expandable ones.