Licences Creative Commons and LaTeX

I’ve just discovered a small and nice package to have the (cc) and the other Creative Commons signs as a single character in LaTeX. This nice package has been created by Gianluca Pignalberi. You have to put in the preamble (beware of the american ortography!):

\usepackage{cclicenses}

and then run your pdf compiler. It will generate the following error:

! LaTeX Error: File `cclicenses.sty' not found.

Type X to quit or to proceed,
or enter new name. (Default extension: sty)

Move the cclicenses.ins and cclicenses.dtx files in your compilation directory, then insert manually the file name cclicenses.ins and press enter. The compiler will generate for you the file cclicenses.sty.

The compiler will give to you the following, last advice:
************************************************************
*
* To finish the installation you have to move cclicenses.sty
* into a directory searched by TeX.
*
* Happy TeXing!
*
************************************************************

I add: happy CreativeCommonsing!

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