3
votes
1answer
50 views

Where to put \renewcommand in Beamer

This question is related to Setting default overlay specification for itemize environment. In the above-linked question, Werner provided a solution that uses \LetLtxMacro and \renewcommand. However, ...
12
votes
2answers
356 views

All about \shipout

While reading about packages that allow to hook macros to certain events, I came across this command, \shipout. Searching on the internet didn't help a lot but if I'm not so wrong it's somehow related ...
2
votes
1answer
190 views

Hooking in before \documentclass

In the consequence of a previously asked question (Is it possible to hook in after options have been processed in a certain package or class?) I had the idea of a hook that adds code even before ...
3
votes
1answer
56 views

Is it possible to hook in after options have been processed in a certain package or class?

In other words: Is it possible to scan the input stream of a .sty or .cls file (without using Perl) for \ProcessOptions\relax and nest some given code afterwords? (The filehook or etoolbox package ...
3
votes
1answer
138 views

Append the contents of an environment to a hook using \gappto

I have a global hook (=macro) that should be appended to whenever an environment is executed. (Here, defined by the \bhook-\ehook pair.) However, I was unable to derive a working solution. ...
15
votes
2answers
1k views

How to add a hook to a macro

LaTeX uses hooks extensively, one method employed is the command g@addto@macro. It is defined in source2e as: \long\def\g@addto@macro#1#2{% \begingroup \toks@\expandafter{#1#2}% ...