2
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0answers
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Is there a `sty2dtx` for LaTeX3 syntax?

sty2dtx is a CLI tool to convert a commented style file into a Documented TeX file (dtx). It was written and works wonderfully for LaTeX2e packages, but expl3 offers a lot of happy times for package ...
3
votes
1answer
81 views

l3doc in combination with minted

The following question is related: How to add listings environment to DTX files I want to use the document class l3doc in combination with minted. However I am not able to get a nice result. If I ...
9
votes
1answer
171 views

Defining synonyms for indexing

Is it possible to set things up so that indexing synonyms does not generate multiple entries? For example, if the text includes \index{cur}, \index{hound}, and \index{mutt}, can these be coalesced ...
15
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1answer
499 views

Automatic linking (aka code highlight) in Till Tantau's `codeexample`

I am writing docs for a tikz-based package, and I am trying to reuse Till Tantau's codeexample environment to output source code along with its output. However, I cannot manage to get syntax ...
6
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3answers
135 views

Class/package for German documentation

I’m writing the musuos class and I’m writing the documentation with ltxdoc.cls and doc.sty which seems to work. But the documentation is in German so it’s not very nice to get (environment) in the ...
11
votes
2answers
255 views

hyperref causes problem with doc.sty

Try the following code. Without hyperref everything is fine and there’s the right entry in the index. With hyperref this entry disappears. (The codeline entries which are not shown here ar not touched ...
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votes
2answers
754 views

Moving to LaTeX3 for package authors

I would like to write a package using as much of LaTeX3 stuff as possible (in particular expl3, xparse and xtemplate). What should I read to learn these? In particular: I know that there are good ...
21
votes
1answer
797 views

How do I document my style files?

I have many style files (and one or two class files) that I've written in my local texmf tree. Most were simple things that got me out of some trouble and which I put in to a style file in case I ...