CTAN update: robust-externalize
Fix a regression from 2.1 (it was impossible to have new commands in the cached image) and a few bugs (`compile in parallel` was failing in MacOs, and `auto forward` was failing in the presence of an environment). More precisely: - v2.1 introduced two bugs where hashes could not be used in a |\cacheMe| environment, and |auto forward| was not working if the string was containing an environment. This is fixed now. - Fix issue with |compile in parallel| on MacOs (xargs there is not GNU xargs and is missing |-a| option) - Added `*ExpandableDocumentCommandAutoForward`. - Added `\genericAutoForward` to forward arbitrary code. - Added `if windows` and `if unix` tests to apply different settings, like to disable compilation in parallel on windows. - Added details on the future difference between `if matches` and `if matches word`
This package is located at https://mirrors.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/robust-externalize More information is at https://www.ctan.org/pkg/robust-externalize
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robust-externalize – Cache anything (TikZ, python, ...) in a robust, efficient and pure way
This package provides a LaTeX library to cache anything (TikZ, python, ...), in a robust, efficient and pure way. We also provide a template system with placeholders to provide configurable templates.
For more information, see the documentation and the github repository.
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