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% ltxnew provides the  \new, \renew and  \provide prefixes for checking
% definitions. It is designed to work with e-TeX distributions of LaTeX
% and relies on the LaTeX macro \@ifdefinable.
% Local  allocation  of counters,  dimensions,  skips,  muskips,  boxes,
% tokens  and marks  are provided by the  etex.sty package.
% \new  and  \renew  as well  as  \provide  may be used  for all kind of
% control sequences. Please refer to the section "Using \new" of the pdf
% documentation.
% *********************************************************************************
% This work consists of the main source file ltxnew.dtx
% and the derived files
%    ltxnew.sty, ltxnew.pdf, ltxnew.ins,
% Unpacking:
%    (a) If ltxnew.ins is present:
%           etex ltxnew.ins
%    (b) Without ltxnew.ins:
%           etex ltxnew.dtx
%    (c) If you insist on using LaTeX
%           latex \let\install=y\input{ltxnew.dtx}
%        (quote the arguments according to the demands of your shell)
% Documentation:
%           (pdf)latex ltxnew.dtx
% F Chervet - July 2009

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ltxnew – A sim­ple means of cre­at­ing com­mands

The pack­age ltxnew pro­vides \new, \re­new and \pro­vide pre­fixes for check­ing def­i­ni­tions. It is de­signed to work with e- dis­tri­bu­tions of and re­lies on the in­ter­nal macro \@ifde­fin­able.

Lo­cal al­lo­ca­tion of coun­ters, di­men­sions, skips, muskips, boxes, to­kens and marks are pro­vided by the etex pack­age.

\new and \re­new as well as \pro­vide may be used for all kind of con­trol se­quences. Please re­fer to the sec­tion “Us­ing \new” of the PDF doc­u­men­ta­tion.

Li­cense The Project Public Li­cense 1.3
Copy­right2009–2010 Florent Chervet
Main­tainerFlorent Chervet
Con­tained inTeX Live as ltxnew
MiKTeX as ltxnew
Topics al­ter­na­tive ways of defin­ing macros
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