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CTAN update: tabularray

Date: August 2, 2021 9:02:22 AM CEST
Jianrui Lyu submitted an update to the tabularray package. Version: 2021M 2021-08-01 License: lppl1.3 Summary description: Typeset tabulars and arrays with LaTeX3 Announcement text:
- expand every occurrence of the specified macro once (#18, #23) - provide some table commands (T-F-S/csvsimple#12) - use X, Y, Z for the last three childs in child selectors (#24) - support \verb command via verb option (#13) - implement s column for siunitx library - fix empty table pages with only one row (#38) - implement \\*, \nopagebreak and \pagebreak (#30) - define empty template for every elements - implement \caption[]{text} and \caption*{text} (#25) - implement floatable tall tables (#26)
The package’s Catalogue entry can be viewed at https://ctan.org/pkg/tabularray The package’s files themselves can be inspected at https://mirrors.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/tabularray/
Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Petra Rübe-Pugliese
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tabularray – Typeset tabulars and arrays with 3

tables are implemented using commands such as \halign, \noalign, \span, and \omit. In order to implement new features, many macro packages have modified the inner table commands inside . This makes package code complicated, difficult to maintain, and often conflicts with each other.

At present, the 3 programming layer is basically mature. This tabularray package will discard the old \halign commands and directly use 3 functions to parse the table, and then typeset the entire table. Under the premise of being compatible with the basic syntax of 2 tables, this macro package will completely separate the content and style of the table, and the style of the table can be completely set in keyval way.

Packagetabularray
Version2021N 2021-09-01
MaintainerJianrui Lyu

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