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comment Customizing names of auxiliary file: safe practices?
At the end of the day, since I do not need the file to keep information between runs, I decided only use the file if it is empty, and empty it every time I am done using it.
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comment LuaTeX readline encoding
Back in the olden days I would vote to close this question as too localized, but the option seems to have disappeared. In any case, please feel free to close it.
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Typo in file name
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comment Test if paragraph has an overfull line
Why is there \hss in \eatlines? It is not there in \printlines.
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comment Test if paragraph has an overfull line
@YiannisLazarides Thanks! If I understand correctly you split the paragraph into lines (with \lastbox, \unskip, \unpenalty) and re-typeset each line into a box of width \hsize to test their badness? You're actually more than half-way to an answer to the question «Obtain \badness or glue adjustment for each line». (I'd say it's more natural to initialize \maxbad globally since later assignments are global.)
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comment Use column-separator & (ampersand) inside \newenvironment
Thank you very much @Dominik. My code was simply wrong, now fixed.