de-macro – Expand private macros in a document
De-macro is a Python script that helps authors who like to use private LaTeX macros (for example, as abbreviations). A technical editor or a cooperating author may balk at such a manuscript; you can avoid manuscript rejection misery by running de-macro on it.
De-macro will expand macros defined in \(re)newcommand or \(re)newenvironment commands, within the document, or in the document’s “private” package file.
|Licenses||Free license not otherwise listed|
|Copyright||2005 Péter Gács|
|Contained in||TeX Live as de-macro|
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