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Time-stamp: <2008-08-14T12:55:06 (cest) [yvon sur hypatie]>

This is the README.txt file of the drac bundle.


                        DRAC.STY v1 2008-08-20


This bundle should contain

    -> for *nix machine; run make to obtain help

English version:
    -> this file
    -> the only description English documentation 
    -> source of drac package and documentation

French version:


This package provides the \DeclareRobustActChar macro the use of which
is similar to the one of \DeclareRobustCommand but which protects the
active character when it appears in a moving argument, see ltdefns.dtx
in /latex/base.

It provides also the \ReDeclareRobActChar macro which is to
\DeclareRobustActChar as \renewcommand is to \newcommand.


If you're running a *nix, you can use the provided Makefile.  For help
type 'make help'.

You can obtain the doc (complete with commented code if
\OnlyDescription [line 54] is commented out) with drac-en.dtx.

Just latex (or pdflatex) it once then
  makeindex -s gind drac-en
  makeindex -s gglo -o drac-en.gls drac-en.glo
then latex (or pdflatex) it once again.

Or use the provided Makefile and type 'make docen'.

Happy TeXing and all that. 

Le \TeX nicien de surface


Name Size Date Notes
LISEZMOI 1953 2008-08-14 12:55
Make­file 3447 2008-08-14 12:55
README 1609 2008-08-14 12:55
drac-en.dtx 13198 2008-08-14 12:55
drac-fr.dtx 14247 2008-08-14 12:55
drac-fr.pdf 383214 2008-08-14 12:55
drac.ins 2528 2008-08-14 12:55
drac.pdf 361792 2008-08-14 12:55
drac.sty 1895 2008-08-14 12:55

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drac – De­clare ac­tive char­ac­ter sub­sti­tu­tion, ro­bustly

The pack­age pro­vides macros \De­clareRo­bustAc­tChar and \ReDe­clareRobAc­tChar. One uses \De­clareRo­bustAc­tChar in the same way one would use \De­clareRo­bustCom­mand; the macro \pro­tects the ac­tive char­ac­ter when it ap­pears in a mov­ing ar­gu­ment.

\ReDe­clareRobAc­tChar re­de­fines an ac­tive char­ac­ter pre­vi­ously de­fined with \De­clareRo­bustAc­tChar, in the same way that \re­new­com­mand works for or­di­nary com­mands.

Pack­age De­tailsdrac
Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense
Main­tainerYvon Henel
Jos­selin Noirel
TDS archivedrac.tds.zip
Con­tained inTeX Live as drac
MiKTeX as drac
Topics sup­port for de­vel­op­ment of (La)TeX macros
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