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Direc­tory tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/drac

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

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

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                        DRAC.STY v1 2008-08-20

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This bundle should contain

Makefile
    -> for *nix machine; run make to obtain help
drac.ins
drac.sty

English version:
README
    -> this file
drac.pdf
    -> the only description English documentation 
drac-en.dtx
    -> source of drac package and documentation

French version:
LISEZMOI
drac-fr.dtx
drac-fr.pdf

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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.

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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
Yvon.Henel@wanadoo.fr

Files

Name Size Date Notes
LISEZMOI 1953 2008-08-14 12:55:00
Makefile 3447 2008-08-14 12:55:00
README 1609 2008-08-14 12:55:00
drac-en.dtx 13198 2008-08-14 12:55:00
drac-fr.dtx 14247 2008-08-14 12:55:00
drac-fr.pdf 383214 2008-08-14 12:55:00
drac.ins 2528 2008-08-14 12:55:00
drac.pdf 361792 2008-08-14 12:55:00
drac.sty 1895 2008-08-14 12:55:00

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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.

Doc­u­men­ta­tion
Ver­sion1
Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense
Copy­right2004,2008 Jos­selin Noirel and Yvon Henel
Main­tainerJos­selin Noirel
Yvon Henel
TDS archivedrac.tds.zip
Con­tained inTeXLive as drac
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