# Gentoo Archives: gentoo-pms

From: Ciaran McCreesh Christian Faulhammer gentoo-pms@l.g.o Re: [gentoo-pms] EAPI feature labelling Fri, 10 Apr 2009 17:35:50 20090410183521.62c21a62@snowmobile Re: [gentoo-pms] EAPI feature labelling by Christian Faulhammer
On Fri, 10 Apr 2009 19:05:12 +0200
Christian Faulhammer <fauli@g.o> wrote:
> > I'm using this for development:
> >
> >     \newcommand{\featureref}[1]{\b{feat:#1} on
> > page~\pageref{feat:#1}}
> > \newcommand{\compactfeatureref}[1]{\b{feat:#1}~p\pageref{feat:#1}}
> > \newcommand{\featurelabel}[1]{\label{feat:#1}
> > \visiblelabel{feat:#1} } \newcommand{\visiblelabel}[1]{\b{[#1]}}
>
>  What you use is not really important as long as you use the new
> commands and they will be defined in such a way that they use the
> \label and \ref commands.

Goodgood.

> Do you really want to bold the references?  You will visually
> overload the page.  For proof-reading this may be ok, but the end
> version should use \emph.

I don't really mind what they look like. Those commands I wrote were
just things I could get working quickly. I'll leave the "making it look
pretty" to you or anyone else who feels like messing with it.

> > Is this going to work, or do I need to change how I'm doing
> > anything? Can you suggest a better \featurelabel that does the
> > margin box thing and that will work even if placed in an \item or
> > \table or whatever?
>
>  \newcommand{\featurelabel}[1]{\marginpar{\framebox{feat:#1}}\label{feat:#1}}
> was my initial idea. and kill \visiblelabel.  Lists should be no
> problem, table is...so I had a look around and my friend Markus Kohm
> has a solution:
>
> \usepackage{marginnote} % written by Markus Kohm and available in
> 			% TeXLive
>
> \newcommand{\featurelabel}[1]{\marginnote{\framebox{feat:#1}}\label{feat:#1}}

Hokey, I'll start playing with those. Thanks.

--
Ciaran McCreesh

### Attachments

File name MIME type
signature.asc application/pgp-signature