Table of Contents
about | CTAN | git / srht |
issues | development | support | contact
The latest version is
ekdosis v1.4, released on November 21, 2021. As any other standard LATEX
ekdosis is best installed through the package manager
provided by the *TEX distribution used, either TeXLive, MacTeX
or MiKTeX. Whatever the preferred distribution, it is highly
recommended to install everything, that is what is technically
scheme-full.1 This will also install the latest
stable version of
ekdosis Development Version
The purpose here is not as much as about trying out
ekdosis as it is
about taking advantage of the latest features it provides. As the
development progresses, one can find out what these features are by
referring to the checked boxes on the dedicated page.
The development version is that used by the author for his own work. It is quite reliable. Read the full documentation here.
To install this version, provided that any of the *TEX distributions mentioned above is already installed, proceed as follows:—
- Download the archive of
ekdosis-masterby following this link and extract it. This will create a new directory named
- From this directory, run
latex ekdosis.insto produce the
- To finish the installation, follow either of these options:
ekdosis.luainto a directory where LATEX can find them. See the FAQ on
texfaq.orgat https://texfaq.org/FAQ-inst-wlcf for more on this.
- Alternatively, these two files can be copied into the same
directory as the
.texsource files to be compiled with the development version, which will then take precedence over the stable version provided by the installed *TEX distribution.
Unless otherwise stated, documents/pages/images on this website/repository are released under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, either version 1.3 or any later version as published by the Free Software Foundation, with no Invariant Sections, no Back Cover Texts and no Front Cover Texts. View the license here: fdl-1.3.html
MiKTeX calls this the “total-miktex”.