# Tag Info

2

David's answer is enlightning. With that explanation a workaround is very easy to set up. Using the verbatim package (and its very nicely coded comment environment) it is easy to define a code environment differently when \ifcode is true or false. When it's true it does nothing (or almost) when it's false it skips every lines inside it. Here is the code: ...

8

This is not really related to dtx but rather the usual "don't define conditionals in a conditional block" issue: % \ifcode % some code explanations % \begin{macrocode} \newif\ifcadre \cadretrue \renewcommand{\maketitle} { \ifcadre \framebox{title} \else if \ifcode is false then \begin{macrocode} is not executed so the block is not read ...

6

If I paste the line % ￼\GetFileInfo{attempt.sty} in the http://rishida.net/tools/conversion/ input box, I get, in the Unicode U+hex box % U+FFFC\GetFileInfo{attempt.sty} So it's a spurious character that produces the problem. It appears as three bytes if Unicode is disabled; here's what less shows: % ...

Top 50 recent answers are included