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ID 217🔗
Date: 2022-12-22 14:53:13
Last update: 2022-12-22 15:05:35
Status Open
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Category jmlr
Version 1.30
Summary The \propositionref macro is missing

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As per the jmlr user manual
the jmlrutils package provides the following theorem-like environments: theorem, example, lemma, proposition, remark, corollary, definition, conjecture and axiom.
Furthermore, the jmlrutils package also provides some convenience commands to assist referencing; when it comes to theorem-like environments, these are \theoremref, \lemmaref, \remarkref, \corollaryref, \definitionref, \conjectureref, \axiomref and \exampleref.

Clearly, there is one command missing: \propositionref.


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	This is a proposition.

I want to refer to \propositionref{prop:proposition}, but this does not work.




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