pubref - A LaTeX2e package for inserting publication references at
the top of your papers. It is also available as a (less configurable)
shell script for use on existing postscript for which you no longer have
the LaTeX source.
As compared to more conventional methods for inserting
headers (such as fancyheadings), pubref is minimally invasive,
not changing anything of significance (such as \pagestyle) in your
pubref will insert a header of the form:
In Proceedings of the Intl. Conf. on Unsustainable Living
pages 1-4, Los Angeles, California, May 15-16, 2001
pubref has options for configuration, including font size and
whether the header should appear on every page or just the first.
Also, thanks to Chad Jenkins, you can choose your paper size (a4 or letter),
and also choose the exact (x,y) position for the header. For
documentation, check the top of the code: it's pretty simple.
NOTE: the header will NOT appear in your DVI viewer; rather it
will only show up in the final postscript.
NOTE: pubref will only work if your document is converted to
Postscript (e.g., by use of dvips). For example, if you use
pdflatex, which directly creates a PDF, then the header will NOT
appear. In that case, you should probably use a package like
- pubref.sty - the LaTeX package
- pubref.sh - a shell script to
insert the header into existing Postscript documents.
- sample.ps.gz - a small sample of the results