On 04/06/2010 04:27 PM, Sajjad wrote:
Since liuthesis is a document class, it is provided as a .cls file,
liuthesis.cls. The .tex files that are provided with it are examples,
documentation, and the like, and have nothing to do with layout.
In most of the report writing i used the report class. The university that i
am studying in have own class and i want to import it into LyX's document
class by importing custom layout. The custom layout accepts only one .layout
where as the my university 'liuthesis' contains several .tex file.
What you will need to be able to use liuthesis with LyX is a file
liuthesis.layout. Since liuthesis is based upon book, you can get
started simply by copying book.layout to liuthesis.layout and changing
the second line to:
This will not give you access in LyX to the special constructs of
liuthesis, but it will get you started. You should then be able to
import the .tex files provided as examples.