cmdtrack – Check used commands
The package keeps track of whether a command defined in a document preamble is actually used somewhere in the document. After the package is loaded in the preamble of a document, all \newcommand (and similar command definitions) between that point and the beginning of the document will be marked for logging. At the end of the document a report of command usage will be printed in the TeX log, for example:
- “mdash was used on line 25”;
- “ndash was never used”.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1|
|Copyright||1999 Michael John Downes|
2012 TeX Users Group
|Maintainer||Michael J. Downes (deceased)|
|Contained in||TeX Live as cmdtrack|
MiKTeX as cmdtrack
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