mrecog – Recognise un-escaped command names in maths
The package enables ‘command sequence recognition’ on all text in maths mode. In this state, an consecutive sequence of two or more letters, delimited by non-letters, will be checked to see if it is the name of a current control sequence. If the command is so recognised, the letters will be replaced with the corresponding control sequence.
The package reportedly works both with Plain TeX and LaTeX, but has an interesting list of ‘issues’…
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|Maintainer||Robert H Wentworth|
support for typesetting mathematics|
shortcuts when typing
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- accenti: Extra accented character macros, designed for Italian
- gfnotation: Typeset Gottlob Frege's notation in plain TeX
- figplace: Floating figures in Plain TeX
- knuth-letter: Knuth's example letter macros