# Directory macros/latex/contrib/ffcode

README.md

This package helps you write source code in your academic papers and make sure it looks neat. The package uses minted and tcolorbox packages.

First, install it from CTAN and then use in the preamble:

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{ffcode}
\begin{document}
The function \ff{r()} reads the file:
\begin{ffcode}
void r() {
// read the file
}
\end{ffcode}
\end{document}


The full example and all commands are available in the ffcode.tex file.

If you want to contribute yourself, make a fork, then create a branch, then run make in the root directory. It should compile everything without errors. If not, submit an issue and wait. Otherwise, make your changes and then run make again. If the build is still clean, submit a pull request.

Download the contents of this package in one zip archive (186.7k).

## ffcode – Fixed-font code blocks formatted nicely

This package helps you write source code in your academic papers and make sure it looks neat. It uses minted and tcolorbox, configuring them the right way, to make sure code fragments and code blocks look nicer.

 Package ffcode Bug tracker https://github.com/yegor256/ffcode/issues Repository https://github.com/yegor256/ffcode Version 0.4.1 Licenses MIT License Copyright 2021–2022 Yegor Bugayenko Maintainer Yegor Bugayenko Contained in TeX Live as ffcodeMiKTeX as ffcode Topics VerbatimLine nosListing