I've search internet and found below code:

%sw20jart {Article: JEEP (a general purpose vehicle)}{12pt}{article}{empty}
%Copyright (C) 1994-95 TCI Software Research
\typeout{TCI Document Style `sw20jart' <1 July 1994>.}
\typeout{NOTICE:  This macro file is NOT proprietary and may be 
freely copied and distributed.}
\input thmsupp.tex %TCI theorem option support
% The following is included to suppress page numbers on the first page
% when a title is used.
     \else \newpage
%     \@maketitle \fi\thispagestyle{plain}\@thanks  % Page number on first page
     \@maketitle \fi\thispagestyle{empty}\@thanks  % No page numbers

Is it the package I'm searching for?
If Yes, How can I install it?

  • Do you have any particular reason for using this package?
    – egreg
    Apr 13, 2016 at 9:46
  • @egreg I have some .tex files which written by this package. Apr 13, 2016 at 9:48
  • 1
    My suggestion is to comment out the call of the package and see what happens.
    – egreg
    Apr 13, 2016 at 10:21
  • @egreg It works. Although there was a command "\input{tcilatex}" which needs commenting out. Apr 13, 2016 at 11:22

1 Answer 1


The sw20jart.sty belongs to Scientific WorkPlace (SWP) and, as far as I can see, it just does some (bad) redefinition of standard commands. It also loads jeep.sty that is a LaTeX 2.09 style file and which does similar bad redefinitions.

The file thmsupp.sty does nothing at all: it just defines package options that are not used because of the way the file is loaded.

The tcilatex.tex file that's probably also loaded does nothing: it is a compatibility layer for SWP, that only influences the screen output on the front-end.

Thus you should be safe in commenting out both




Maybe the output will be different from the original, but the important thing is, I guess, that the file can be processed without errors.

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