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vutinfth LaTeX2e document class Academic thesis template by Thomas Auzinger <firstname.lastname@example.org> Description ----------- The vutinfth document class is a LaTeX2e-based template for all theses written at the Faculty of Informatics at the TU Wien. This package includes the document class and its documentation as well as an example document that includes a short introduction to LaTeX. Support ------- The vutinfth document class is developed using a GitLab-supported Git repository. You can find it at https://gitlab.cg.tuwien.ac.at/auzinger/vutinfth where a history of the development process is given. If you encounter problems with using vutinfth, use the Issues section of GitLab to provide a description and to alert the developers of your issue. Furthermore, you can use the Issues section to request features or give suggestions. Installation ------------ To use the vutinfth class, it has first to be generated from the documented source file vutinfth.dtx. This is achieved by executing the build script for Windows systems (build-all.bat) or Unix-based systems (build-all.sh). Since the generation process uses LaTeX itself, make sure that the LaTeX installation is up-to-date. The generated document class vutinfth.cls has then to be placed in a directory that is part of the search path of the LaTeX compiler. The folder of the thesis file is a valid location. The build scripts also generate an exemplary LaTeX document that serves both as an introduction to LaTeX and as a verification of the installed typesetting system. The example document is compiled to example.pdf and it should match the provided reference solution example-ref.pdf. Usage ----- When writing the actual thesis, the build functionalities of the used editor are usually employed. For advanced functionalities of LaTeX, such as glossaries, acronyms or indices, more complex build commands have to be used, which often lead to difficulties. Thus, additional build scripts for the thesis documents are provided for Windows systems (build-thesis.bat) and Unix-based systems (build-thesis.sh). These scripts do not rebuild the class file. When using these scripts, the file name of the thesis file has to be provided by directly editing these files. Documentation ------------- The documentation can be found in vutinfth.pdf, which is generated directly from vutinfth.dtx. This document class is derived from the memoir class at https://www.ctan.org/pkg/memoir where additional documentation can be found. Files ----- build-all.bat The batch file to generate all necessary files on Windows systems. build-all.sh The batch file to generate all necessary files on Unix-based systems. build-thesis.bat The batch file to generate the thesis on Windows systems. build-thesis.sh The batch file to generate the thesis on Unix-based systems. example-ref.pdf The reference solution for the compiled example document. example.tex An LaTeX source file showing the use of the vutinfth document class. intro.bib The bibliography file of intro.tex. intro.tex The LaTeX source file of a document that gives an introduction to LaTeX. lppl.txt The LaTeX Project Pulic License v1.3c. README.txt This file. vutinfth.dtx The documented source code and documentation file of the vutinfth document class. vutinfth.ins The installer file of the vutinfth document class. graphics/*.* Corporate identity graphics of the TU Wien and its Faculty of Informatics. Known Issues ------------- The minitoc package is incompatible with this document class since the incompatibility of the memoir document class is inherited. Use the titletoc package as a replacement. Acknowledgements ---------------- Hiroyuki Sakai provided valuable feedback that accounts for several improvements in version 1.4. Copyright Notice ---------------- Copyright (C) 2014-2016 by Thomas Auzinger <email@example.com> This work may be distributed and/or modified under the conditions of the LaTeX Project Public License, either version 1.3 of this license or (at your option) any later version. The latest version of this license is in http://www.latex-project.org/lppl.txt and version 1.3 or later is part of all distributions of LaTeX version 2005/12/01 or later. This work has the LPPL maintenance status `maintained'. The Current Maintainer of this work is Thomas Auzinger. This work consists of the files vutinfth.dtx and vutinfth.ins and the derived file vutinfth.cls. This work also consists of the file intro.tex. The 'TU Wien' logo and 'Fakultät für !nformatik' logo are copyright of the TU Wien.