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@@ -3178,7 +3178,7 @@ \subsubsection{Bibliography Headings and Environments}
\cmditem{defbibheading}{name}[title]{code}
-This command defines bibliography headings. The \prm{name} is an identifier to be passed to the \opt{heading} option of \cmd{printbibliography} or \cmd{printbibheading} and \cmd{printshorthands} when selecting the heading. The \prm{code} should be \latex code generating a fully"=fledged heading, including page headers and an entry in the table of contents, if desired. If \cmd{printbibliography} or \cmd{printshorthands} are invoked with a \opt{title} option, the title will be passed to the heading definition as |#1|. If not, the default title specified by the optional \prm{title} argument is passed as |#1| instead. The \prm{title} argument will typically be \cmd{bibname}, \cmd{refname}, or \cmd{losname} (see \secref{aut:lng:key:bhd}). This command is often needed when you need to redefine the heading after loading a general class which redefines headers. Here is an example of a simple heading definition:
+This command defines bibliography headings. The \prm{name} is an identifier to be passed to the \opt{heading} option of \cmd{printbibliography} or \cmd{printbibheading} and \cmd{printshorthands} when selecting the heading. The \prm{code} should be \latex code generating a fully"=fledged heading, including page headers and an entry in the table of contents, if desired. If \cmd{printbibliography} or \cmd{printshorthands} are invoked with a \opt{title} option, the title will be passed to the heading definition as |#1|. If not, the default title specified by the optional \prm{title} argument is passed as |#1| instead. The \prm{title} argument will typically be \cmd{bibname}, \cmd{refname}, or \cmd{losname} (see \secref{aut:lng:key:bhd}). This command is often needed when after changes to document headers in the preamble. Here is an example of a simple heading definition:
\begin{lstlisting}[style=latex]{}
\defbibheading{bibliography}[\bibname]{%
@@ -10497,12 +10497,16 @@ \section{Revision History}
\begin{changelog}
+\begin{release}{2.2}{2012}
+\item Misc bug fixes
+\item Added \cmd{revsdnamepunct}\see{use:fmt:fmt}
+\item Added \cmd{ifterseinits}\see{aut:aux:tst}
+\end{release}
+
\begin{release}{2.1}{2012-08-01}
\item Misc bug fixes
\item Added better Norwegian localization
\item Increased data model auto-loading possibilities\see{aut:ctm:dm}\BiberOnlyMark
-\item Added \cmd{revsdnamepunct}\see{use:fmt:fmt}
-\item Added \cmd{ifterseinits}\see{aut:aux:tst}
\end{release}
\begin{release}{2.0}{2012-07-01}
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