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Short answer: no. The idea of using a keyval approach to setting up keys themselves was (that I know of) first implemented for TeX in pgfkeys. When writing l3keys I looked very hard at this for a model of the most convenient way to create keys and to adjust their behaviour. However, l3keys is not simply a re-implementation of pgfkeys (indeed, there are some ...



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