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CTAN update: Memoize

Date: March 18, 2024 10:28:46 PM CET
Sašo Živanović submitted an update to the Memoize package. Version number: 1.2.0 2024-03-15 License type: lppl1.3c Summary description: Externalization of graphics and memoization of compilation results in general Announcement text:
Changes: * Biblatex support: * Allow for entries containing verbatim material. * Support `\volcite` commands. * Implement `biblatex ccmemo cite`. * Submit all known citation commands to `auto`-keys `(vol)cite(s)`. * The support must be explicitly loaded by `\mmzset{biblatex}`. * Minor changes: * Separate generic PGF support out of TikZ support. * Support `latexmk`. * Drop the obsolete workaround for package `morewrites`. * Clear Memoize's `begindocument` hooks after executing them. * Documentation: * Introduce section "Support for specific classes and packages". * Improve the documentation of argument specification accepted by CollArgs' command `\CollectArguments` and Advice's key `args`, in particular with reference to the fact that since 2020, the functionality of package `xparse` is mostly integrated into the LaTeX kernel. * Add a note about `TEXLIVE_WINDOWS_TRY_EXTERNAL_PERL`. * Various minor changes.
This package is located at https://mirrors.ctan.org/macros/generic/memoize More information is at https://www.ctan.org/pkg/memoize
Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Erik Braun
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Memoize – Externalization of graphics and memoization of compilation results in general

Memoize is a package for externalization of graphics and memoization of compilation results in general, allowing the author to reuse the results of compilation-intensive code. Memoize (i) induces very little overhead, as all externalized graphics is produced in a single compilation. It features (ii) automatic recompilation upon the change of code or user-adjustable context, and (iii) automatic externalization of TikZ pictures and Forest trees, easily extensible to other commands and environments. Furthermore, Memoize (iv) supports cross-referencing, TikZ overlays and Beamer, (v) works with all major engines and formats, and (vi) is adaptable to any workflow.

Version1.3.0 2024-04-02
Copyright2020–2024 Saso Zivanovic
MaintainerSašo Živanović



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