In my question How to create an unnumbered algorithm with a caption?, a nice solution was suggested using
\ContinuedFloat, from the
caption package. However, when I use it, I get:
Package caption Warning: Unsupported document class (or package) detected, (caption) usage of the caption package is not recommended. See the caption package documentation for explanation.
The package documentation says:
Please note: Many document classes already have built-in options and commands for customizing captions. If these possibilities are sufficient for you, there is usually no need for you to use the caption package at all. And if you are just interested in using the command
\captionof, loading of the very small 'capt-of' package is usually sufficient.
but that's not what I'm after. I'm using a document class I've created as a (thin) wrapper based on
report; I don't provide any built-ins I can use instead of
\ContinuedFloat, and neither does
report, as far as I can tell.
- Is the use of
captionreally not recommended with the
- If so, why and what should I do about it?
- If not, how can I 'tell' the package that mine is an 'ok class' to load with?