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CTAN up­date: dtxde­scribe

Date: July 17, 2019 2:03:46 PM CEST
Brian Dunn sub­mit­ted an up­date to the dtxde­scribe pack­age. Ver­sion num­ber: 1.02 Li­cense type: lp­pl1.3 Sum­mary de­scrip­tion: De­scribe ad­di­tional ob­ject types in dtx source files An­nounce­ment text:
Now works with the stan­dard doc­u­ment classes for pack­age au­thors who do not wish to use the .dtx for­mat.
This pack­age is lo­cated at http://mir­ror.ctan.org/macros/la­tex/con­trib/dtxde­scribe More in­for­ma­tion is at https://www.ctan.org/pkg/dtxde­scribe
Thanks for the up­load. For the CTAN Team Erik Braun
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dtxde­scribe – De­scribe ad­di­tional ob­ject types in dtx source files

The doc pack­age in­cludes tools for de­scrib­ing macros and en­vi­ron­ments in source .dtx for­mat. The dtxde­scribe pack­age adds ad­di­tional tools for de­scrib­ing booleans, lengths, coun­ters, keys, pack­ages, classes, op­tions, files, com­mands, ar­gu­ments, and other ob­jects, and also works with the stan­dard doc­u­ment classes as well, for those who do not wish to use the .dtx for­mat.

Each item is given a mar­gin tag sim­i­lar to \De­scribeEnv, and is listed in the in­dex by it­self and also by cat­e­gory. Each item may be sorted fur­ther by an op­tional class. All in­dex en­tries ex­cept code lines are hy­per­linked.

The dtx­ex­am­ple en­vi­ron­ment is pro­vided for type­set­ting ex­am­ple code and its re­sults. Con­tents are dis­played ver­ba­tim along with a cap­tion and cross-ref­er­enc­ing. They are then in­put and ex­e­cuted, and the re­sult is shown.

En­vi­ron­ments are also pro­vided for dis­play­ing ver­ba­tim or for­mat­ted source code, user-in­ter­face dis­plays, and side­bars with ti­tles.

Macros are pro­vided for for­mat­ting the names of in­line ob­jects such as pack­ages and booleans, as well as pro­gram and file names, file types, in­ter­net ob­jects, the names of cer­tain pro­grams, a num­ber of lo­gos, and in­line dashes and slashes.

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