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accepted What is the preferred way of expanding twice in expl3?
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comment What is the preferred way of expanding twice in expl3?
Thanks for the answer. Yes, \exp_not:c is exactly what I am looking for. Both your and Joseph's answers are great! But since I had to choose one to accept, I chose Joseph's since he covers double expansion.
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asked What is the preferred way of expanding twice in expl3?
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asked How can I write a cursive letter k in math?
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comment Where do I put custom packages in a directory structure for a large document?
@DavidCarlisle I've never heard of texmf.cnf before; I'll need to look into that, but it sounds like what I want.
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comment Where do I put custom packages in a directory structure for a large document?
@cfr Good point; I do use Windows, and I don't know if there is something similar to symlinks. I'll look into it.
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comment Where do I put custom packages in a directory structure for a large document?
@PeterGrill Thanks for the tip. Unless someone has a different suggestion, I might follow yours.
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comment Where do I put custom packages in a directory structure for a large document?
@cfr Because I want the VCS to track changes to the macros along with changes to my writing, i.e., in the same history of changes.
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comment Where do I put custom packages in a directory structure for a large document?
@DavidCarlisle Do I have to set TEXINPUTS globally, though? That is, for every large project, I would need ch// in my TEXINPUTS? I'd like to do this locally, if possible, so that things are modular.
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comment Extensible multiset, or bag, delimiters
Cool; thanks for the update!
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accepted Extensible multiset, or bag, delimiters