scontents — Stores LaTeX contents in memory or files
Release v2.0 [2022-04-04]
This package allows to store
LaTeX code, including "verbatim", in
<sequences> using the
l3seq module of
<stored content> can be used as many times as desired in the document, additionally you can write to
<external files> or show it in
<verbatim style> .
The package loads and depends on updated versions of:
scontents is present in
TeX Live and
MiKTeX, use the package manager to install.
For manual installation, download scontents.zip and unzip it, then run:
$ luatex scontents.ins
Now the different files must be moved into the different directories in your installation
TDS tree or in your
scontents.tex -> TDS:tex/generic/scontents/scontents.tex scontents-code.tex -> TDS:tex/generic/scontents/scontents-code.tex scontents.sty -> TDS:tex/latex/scontents/scontents.sty t-scontents.mkiv -> TDS:tex/context/third/scontents/t-scontents.mkiv scontents.pdf -> TDS:doc/latex/scontents/scontents.pdf scontents.dtx -> TDS:source/latex/scontents/scontents.dtx scontents.ins -> TDS:source/latex/scontents/scontents.ins
mktexlsr. To produce the documentation with source code run
luatex scontents.ins and
lualatex scontents.dtx three times.
<scontents.pdf> contains attached examples, which can be extracted from the PDF viewer or from the command line by running:
$ pdfdetach -saveall scontents.pdf
and then you can use the excellent
arara tool to compile them.
The scontents package may be modified and distributed under the terms and conditions of the LaTeX Project Public License, version 1.3c or greater.
- README.md (this file)
- scontents.pdf (documentation)
- scontents.dtx (master file that produced all files)
- scontents.ins (installer to extract all files)
Author and copyright
Copyright 2019-2022 by Pablo González L.
Download the contents of this package in one zip archive (389.1k).
scontents – Stores LaTeX contents in memory or files
This package stores valid LaTeX code in memory (sequences) using the l3seq module of expl3. The stored content (including verbatim) can be used as many times as desired in the document, additionally can be written to external files if desired.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3c|
|Copyright||2019–2022 Pablo González L.|
|Maintainer||Pablo González Luengo|
|Contained in||TeX Live as scontents|
MiKTeX as scontents