Source: etoc.dtx (1.2d) Author: Jean-Francois Burnol Info: Completely customisable TOCs License: LPPL 1.3c Copyright (C) 2012-2023 Jean-Francois Burnol. ABSTRACT ======== With `etoc` loaded, `\tableofcontents` can be used multiple times and an added command `\localtableofcontents` allows to typeset "local" tables of contents, i.e. having their scope limited to the last sectioning command encountered. No auxiliary file is used additionally to the standard `.toc` file. Release 1.2 provides **experimental** additions `\locallistoffigures` and `\locallistoftables` which also use only the `.toc` file. Such local TOCs or "Lists Of" typically need to adopt a "display style" (i.e. the way the title is rendered, whether it should add itself an entry in the `.toc` file, ...) somewhat distinct from the global TOC. The release 1.2 default adapts automatically the titles of local TOCs to their depths in the sectioning hierarchy. Should the need arise to customize such "display style", full control is allowed by package commands. Regarding how the individual "contents lines" are handled, here again complete control is given to the user to define from the ground-up how to use the *name*, *number*, and *page number* for each entry, according to their "levels" (i.e. part, chapter, section, subsection, ...). As this requires some LaTeX fluency, many examples which can serve as starting points are attached to the PDF documentation as extractible files. Loading `etoc` per itself modifies nothing to "contents lines" rendering from the class default or changes from other packages. But full usage of the package allows spectacular effects such as displaying TOCs as trees or mind maps. INSTALLATION ============ For manual installation do `etex etoc.dtx` to extract files then move `etoc.sty` to a place where TeX can find it. etoc.sty -> TDS:tex/latex/etoc/etoc.sty etoc.dtx -> TDS:source/latex/etoc/etoc.dtx etoc.pdf -> TDS:doc/latex/etoc/etoc.pdf -> TDS:doc/latex/etoc/ To produce `etoc.pdf` run pdflatex on the extracted file `etoc.tex` sufficiently many times (`latexmk -pdf etoc` is recommended). LICENSE ======= This Work may be distributed and/or modified under the conditions of the LaTeX Project Public License, in its version 1.3c. This version of this license is in > and the latest version of this license is in > and version 1.3 or later is part of all distributions of LaTeX version 2005/12/01 or later. The Author of this Work is Jean-Francois Burnol This Work consists of the main source file etoc.dtx and the derived files etoc.sty, etoc.tex, etoc.pdf, etoc.dvi. RECENT CHANGES ============== - `1.2d 2023/10/29` fix crash (since `1.2`) in presence of `\usepackage[nottoc]{tocbibind}`. Thanks to François Jonca for report. - `1.2c 2023/10/28` compatibility hotfix with `hyperref v7.01c`. Thanks to Denis Bitouzé for report. - `1.2b 2023/07/01` fixes a regression from `1.2` regarding concomitant usage of the package with `tocloft`. Some documentation improvements, in particular discussion of compatibility with `microtype`. - `1.2a 2023/05/01` lifts the requirement added at `1.1a` of a LaTeX kernel from 2020-10-01 or later, and also the requirement added at `1.2` of availability of the `\expanded` engine primitive. It also adds a `deeplevels` option. - `1.2 2023/03/01` completes the core internal refactoring from `1.1a-d` and adds **experimental** `\locallistoffigures` and `\locallistoftables`. It lets `\localtableofcontents` by default auto-select a heading style adapted to its location inside the document hierarchy, and adds options to control whether local TOCs and Lists Of add an entry corresponding to their heading in the `.toc` file. Compatibility with `tocbibind` package, too. - `1.1a 2023/01/14` up to `1.1d` are mainly about refactoring core legacy code. In part, this is to prepare for future changes relative to how hyperref and the LaTeX kernel will interact in the future.