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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 1.4, Package name: tex-fvextra-doc-1.4, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

Documentation for tex-fvextra.


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   2020-01-19 00:36:14 by Roland Illig | Files touched by this commit (3046)
Log message:
all: migrate several HOMEPAGEs to https

pkglint --only "https instead of http" -r -F

With manual adjustments afterwards since pkglint 19.4.4 fixed a few
indentations in unrelated lines.

This mainly affects projects hosted at SourceForce, as well as
freedesktop.org, CTAN and GNU.
   2019-12-06 21:22:05 by Mark Davies | Files touched by this commit (372)
Log message:
tex-*: add TEXLIVE_UNVERSIONED=yes
   2019-05-07 12:28:55 by Mark Davies | Files touched by this commit (4) | Package updated
Log message:
tex-fvextra{,-doc}: update to 1.4

Reimplemented \Verb. It now works as expected inside other commands (with a
few limitations), including in movable arguments, and is compatible with
hyperref for things like PDF bookmarks. It now supports breaklines and
relevant line-breaking options.

Reimplemented \SaveVerb and \UseVerb to be equivalent to the new \Verb. The
new option retokenize allows saved verbatim material to be retokenized under
new commandchars and codes when it is inserted with \UseVerb.

New command \EscVerb works like the reimplemented \Verb, except that special
characters can be escaped with a backslash.

New command \fvinlineset only applies options to commands related to
typesetting verbatim inline, like \Verb, \SaveVerb, \UseVerb.
   2018-01-18 11:29:25 by Mark Davies | Files touched by this commit (8)
Log message:
tex-fvextra{,-doc}: add version 1.3.1

fvextra provides several extensions to fancyvrb, including
automatic line breaking and improved math mode. It also patches
some fancyvrb internals. Parts of fvextra were originally
developed as part of pythontex and minted.