catchfilebetweentags If you know the package catchfile, upon which catchfilebetweentags is written, you've understood yet the purpose of this package. The macro \catchfilebetweentags acts like \catchfile but extract a portion of the file instead of the complete file. The extracted portion can be delimited by strings or by docstrip tags : %<*tag> .... .... %</tag> Comments inside the portion can be ignored or catched. ExecuteMetaData is a shortcut to execute immediately the extracted portion. (c) lppl 2010 (FC)
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catchfilebetweentags – Catch text delimited by docstrip tags
This package (built using the facilities of catchfile) provides a macro \catchfilebetweentags acts like the original \catchfile but only extracts a portion of the file instead of the complete file. The extracted portion can be delimited by strings or by docstrip tags:%<*tag> .... % (comments in the caught region may be included or dropped).
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Copyright||2010 Florent Chervet|
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