______________________ The IFPLATFORM package v0.4 2010/10/22 This package uses heuristics to establish whether the document is being processed on Windows or a *NIX platform (Mac OS X, Linux, etc.). Except if you're using LuaTeX where this information is already known. Otherwise, shell escape is required to differentiate different *NIX platforms. Booleans provided are: - ifwindows - iflinux - ifmacosx - ifcygwin Finally, the \platformname macro is also provided that expands to a string of the platform name. Will Robertson wspr 81 at gmail dot com Johannes Große Copyright 2007-2010 Will Robertson Copyright 2007 Johannes Große Distributed under the LaTeX Project Public License
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ifplatform – Conditionals to test which platform is being used
This package uses the (La)TeX extension -shell-escape to establish whether the document is being processed on a Windows or on a Unix-like system (Mac OS X, Linux, etc.), or on Cygwin (Unix environment over a windows system).Booleans provided are:
– \ifmacosx and
– \ifcygwin. The package also preserves the output of uname on a Unix-like system, which may be used to distinguish between various classes of Unix systems.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Copyright||2007-2010 Will Robertson and Johannes Große|
|Contained in||TeXLive as ifplatform|
|MiKTeX as ifplatform|
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