[l2h] Backreferences for \footnotetext

Vladimir Klebanov unny@rz.uni-karlsruhe.de
Sat, 1 Dec 2001 00:02:37 +0100


> > P.S. Ross, the fix you suggested for the \footnotetext problem works fine
> > indeed. Thanks a lot. One thing that is still missing are backreferences to
> > the original footnote occurrences. It's not as important an issue as
> > completely broken footnotes though.
> Hmm; I thought that I'd catered for that too --- at least in my own testing.
> Did you upgrade to the latest revision at  www.latex2html.org ?
> Or did you just use a small quick fix that I posted to you ?
> Can you please point me to an example; 
> having the source would help also, for testing.

For an example -- see below. No, I did not upgrade, I performed the
intervention you suggested on my /usr/bin/latex2html. I'll test the new
package in a week. How about incorporating the complete release date into
the package filename to make talking about versions easier? And while we are
at it, what about CVS? The link on latex2html.org leads straight into a 404.
Shouldn't there be a CVSWeb or something?


I distilled this example from my file and you can see the result at

\documentclass[a4paper, 12pt]{article}


\section{Section Name}

Text.\footnotemark\ More text.

\footnotetext{Some more text.}


Vladimir Klebanov  --   unny@rz.uni-karlsruhe.de
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