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____________________ The CCAPTION package The ccaption package provides commands for `continuation captions', unnumbered captions, and a legend heading for any environment. Methods are provided to define captions for use outside float environments, and to define new float environments and subfloats. Tools are provided for defining your own captioning styles. The packagehas been tested in conjunction with the rotating, caption2, subfigure, sidecap, endfloat, longtable, xtab, tocloft and hyperref packages. Change History ______________ Version 3.2c (2011/08/07) - Fix a bug in longtable compatibility; font changing now works correctly Version 3.2b (2009/09/02) - New maintainer (Will Robertson) Version 3.2a (2005/03/29) - Fixed a labelling problem with bilingual captions Version 3.2 (2005/03/21) - New commands for bilingual captions in longtables Version 3.1c (2003/11/14) - \label now picks up the correct number after \contcaption Version 3.1b (2002/10/18) - Minor bug fix related to brackets in captions with the subfigure option - Stopped double labelling within a caption Version 3.1a (2002/04/01) - subfigure option code changed to match released version 2.1.2 of the subfigure package. Version 3.1 (2002/02/20) - subfigure option code changed to match released version 2.1 of the subfigure package. Version 3.0a (2001/08/03) - Catered for old versions of amsmath package doing odd things with \@tempa, \@tempb, and \@tempc. Version 3.0 (2001/03/03) - Provides same tools for typesetting new List of... as the tocloft package Version 2.7 (2001/02/24) - Tools provided for styling captions. - The \formatlegend command has been replaced by the general styling mechanism, so in this slight respect version 7.0 is not upwards compatible with earlier versions. - Added extensive discussion on float placement. Version 2.6e (2001/01/12) - Fixed problem with hyperref package and new (sub) floats. Version 2.6d (2001/01/02) - Fixed problem with fragile commands in subfigure 2.0 package option continued subfloat captions. - Fixed problem with new subfloats and the subfigure 2.1 package option. - Added discussion on use with the endfloat package. Version 2.6a (2000/02/29) - With subfigures, main captions can be at the top or bottom of the float, and subcaptions can be at the top or bottom of the `subfloat' Version 2.6 (2000/02/26) - Added support for bilingual captions Version 2.5 (2000/02/20) - Added support for the subfigure version 2.1 package - Fixed an infelicity with \centering Version 2.4 (1999/09/20) - Added support for the subfigure (version 2.0) package Version 2.3 (1999/01/24) - Added unnumbered captions - Much improved documentation. Version 2.1 (1998/10/04) - More efficient coding. ----------------------------------------------------------------- Author: Peter Wilson (Herries Press) Maintainer: Will Robertson (will dot robertson at latex-project dot org) Copyright 1998-2005 Peter R. Wilson Copyright 2011 Will Robertson This work may be distributed and/or modified under the conditions of the LaTeX Project Public License, either version 1.3c of this license or (at your option) any later version: <http://www.latex-project.org/lppl.txt> This work has the LPPL maintenance status "maintained". The Current Maintainer of this work is Will Robertson. This work consists of the files: README (this file) ccaption.dtx ccaption.ins ccaption.pdf (user manual) and the derived files: ccaption.sty ----------------------------------------------------------------- The distribution consists of the files: README (this file) ccaption.dtx ccaption.ins ccaption.pdf To install the package: - run: latex ccaption.ins (which will generate ccaption.sty) - run: latex ccaption.dtx - (for an index run: makeindex -s gind.ist ccaption) - run: latex ccaption.dtx - Print ccaption.dvi for a hardcopy of the package manual - Move ccaption.sty to a location where LaTeX will find it (see the FAQ http://www.tex.ac.uk/faq for more about this).