doc-src/iman.sty
author lcp
Thu Mar 24 16:12:42 1994 +0100 (1994-03-24)
changeset 301 f5ccfc4d362f
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child 350 d9ebca601847
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% iman.sty : Isabelle Manual Page Layout
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%
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\typeout{Document Style iman. Released 17 February 1994}
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\hyphenation{Isa-belle man-u-script man-u-scripts ap-pen-dix mut-u-al-ly}
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\hyphenation{data-type data-types co-data-type co-data-types }
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\let\ts=\thinspace
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%usage: \iflabelundefined{LABEL}{if not defined}{if defined}
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\newcommand{\iflabelundefined}[1]{\@ifundefined{r@#1}}
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%%%INDEXING  use sedindex to process the index
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%index, putting page numbers of definitions in boldface
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\newcommand\bold[1]{{\bf#1}}
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\newcommand\fnote[1]{#1n}
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\newcommand\indexbold[1]{\index{#1|bold}}
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%for cross-references: 2nd argument (page number) is ignored
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\newcommand\see[2]{{\it see \/}{#1}}
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\newcommand\seealso[2]{{\it see also \/}{#1}}
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%set argument in \tt font; at the sime time, index using * prefix
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\newcommand\ttindex[1]{{\tt#1}\index{*#1}\@}
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\newcommand\ttindexbold[1]{{\tt#1}\index{*#1|bold}\@}
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%set argument in \bf font and index in ROMAN font (for definitions in text!)
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\newcommand\bfindex[1]{{\bf#1}\index{#1|bold}\@}
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%%% underscores as ordinary characters, not for subscripting
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%%  use @ or \sb for subscripting; use \at for @
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%%  only works in \tt font
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%%  must not make _ an active char; would make \ttindex fail!
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\gdef\underscoreoff{\catcode`\@=8\catcode`\_=\other}
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\gdef\underscoreon{\catcode`\_=8\makeatother}
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\chardef\other=12
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\chardef\at=`\@
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% alternative underscore
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\def\_{\leavevmode\kern.06em\vbox{\hrule height.2ex width.3em}\hskip0.1em}
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%%% \dquotes permits usage of "..." for \hbox{...} -- also taken from under.sty
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{\catcode`\"=\active
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\gdef\dquotes{\catcode`\"=\active  \let"=\@mathText}%
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\gdef\@mathText#1"{\hbox{\mathTextFont #1\/}}}
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\def\mathTextFont{\frenchspacing\tt}
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%%%% meta-logical connectives
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\let\Forall=\bigwedge
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\let\Imp=\Longrightarrow
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\let\To=\Rightarrow
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\newcommand\Var[1]{{?\!#1}}
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%%%% ``WARNING'' environment
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\def\dbend{\vtop to 0pt{\vss\hbox{\Huge\bf!}\vss}}
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\newenvironment{warn}{\medskip\medbreak\begingroup \clubpenalty=10000 
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         \small %%WAS\baselineskip=0.9\baselineskip
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         \noindent \hangindent\parindent \hangafter=-2 
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         \hbox to0pt{\hskip-\hangindent\dbend\hfill}\ignorespaces}%
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        {\par\endgroup\medbreak}
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%%%% Standard logical symbols
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\let\turn=\vdash
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\let\conj=\wedge
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\let\disj=\vee
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\let\imp=\rightarrow
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\let\bimp=\leftrightarrow
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\newcommand\all[1]{\forall#1.}  %quantification
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\newcommand\ex[1]{\exists#1.}
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\newcommand{\pair}[1]{\langle#1\rangle}
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\newcommand\lbrakk{\mathopen{[\![}}
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\newcommand\rbrakk{\mathclose{]\!]}}
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\newcommand\List[1]{\lbrakk#1\rbrakk}  %was \obj
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\newcommand\vpile[1]{\begin{array}{c}#1\end{array}}
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\let\int=\cap
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\let\un=\cup
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\let\inter=\bigcap
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\let\union=\bigcup
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\def\ML{{\sc ml}}
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\def\OBJ{{\sc obj}}
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\def\LCF{{\tt LCF}\@}
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\def\FOL{{\tt FOL}\@}
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\def\HOL{{\tt HOL}\@}
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\def\LK{{\tt LK}\@}
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\def\ZF{{\tt ZF}\@}
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\def\CTT{{\tt CTT}\@}
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\def\Cube{{\tt Cube}}
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\def\Modal{{\tt Modal}}
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%macros to change the treatment of symbols
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\def\relsemicolon{\mathcode`\;="303B}   %treat ; like a relation
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\def\binperiod{\mathcode`\.="213A}   %treat . like a binary operator
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\def\binvert{\mathcode`\|="226A}     %treat | like a binary operator
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%redefinition of \sloppy and \fussy to use \emergencystretch
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\def\sloppy{\tolerance2000 \hfuzz.5pt \vfuzz.5pt \emergencystretch=15pt}
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\def\fussy{\tolerance200 \hfuzz.1pt \vfuzz.1pt \emergencystretch=0pt}
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\chardef\ttilde=`\~     % A tilde for \tt font
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\chardef\ttback=`\\     % A backslash for \tt font
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\chardef\ttlbrace=`\{   % A left brace for \tt font
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\chardef\ttrbrace=`\}   % A right brace for \tt font
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\newfont{\sltt}{cmsltt10}     %% for output from terminal sessions
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\newcommand\out{\ \sltt}
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% "itmath.sty" use cmr italic for letters in math mode and get the
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%              usual letter spacing of text mode.
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%
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% Michael Lawley, April 1993
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% (lawley@cit.gu.edu.au)
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%
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% Derived from itma.sty (of unknown origin).
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%
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% MATHCODES
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%
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% The mathcodes for the letters A, ..., Z, a, ..., z are changed to
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% generate text italic rather than math italic by default. This makes
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% multi-letter identifiers look better. The mathcode for character c
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% is set to "7000 (variable class) + "400 (text italic) + c.
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%
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% For NFSS the mathcode is "7000 (variable class) + (hex)\itfam + c
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% \itfam is probably equal to 7.
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%
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\ifx\undefined\hexnumber@
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  \def\hexnumber@#1{\ifcase#1 \z@
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  \or \@ne \or \tw@ \or \thr@@
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  \or 4\or 5\or 6\or 7\or 8\or
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  9\or A\or B\or C\or D\or E\or F\fi}
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\fi
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\def\@setmcodes#1#2#3{{\count0=#1 \count1=#3
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        \loop \global\mathcode\count0=\count1 \ifnum \count0<#2
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        \advance\count0 by1 \advance\count1 by1 \repeat}}
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\edef\@tempa{\hexnumber@\itfam}
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\@setmcodes{`A}{`Z}{"7\@tempa 41}
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\@setmcodes{`a}{`z}{"7\@tempa 61}
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\ifx\define@mathgroup\undefined\else
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        \define@mathgroup\mv@normal{\itfam}{cmr}{m}{it}\fi