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By chance I saw that the paper document class has a \review command. After Googling a bit I was unable to find any useful reference to it. Can you tell me what is it for?

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  • if you have texlive or miktex you should be able to go texdoc paper and \review is described on page 4 (in german) Mar 28 '14 at 23:19
  • @DavidCarlisle: I saw that googling. Any English ref somewhere?
    – antonio
    Mar 28 '14 at 23:40
  • No idea, I'd just stick the tex source of the document into google translate:-) Mar 28 '14 at 23:49
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A manual translation of the paragraph on the \review and \revauthor commands in the paper manual:

The new command \review[optional]{author}{title} is designed for draft reviews. The command takes the author and title of the discussed work. These are typeset as a \subsubsection, and included in the table of contents. Optionally, the author of the review can be specified, which then also appears in the table of contents. The starred form \review* completely suppresses the toc entry. The command \revauthor is useful to sign the review. Just like the usual \author command it supports multiple authors, separated with \and, and the \thanks command.


Note: From the class definition it appears table of contents entries are only generated when including the paper in a document with \documentclass[journal]{paper} or \documentclass{journal} (which internally is converted to \documentclass[journal]{paper}).

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