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Date: Fri, 17 Jul 2015 00:19:53 +0200
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Le 16/07/2015 22:43, David Carlisle a écrit :
> On 16/07/2015 20:58, Élie Roux wrote:
>>> if
>>> the luatexbase maintainers agree, input ltluatex and fill any gaps, but
>>> it may be by the time we are done, there are no gaps that need filling.
>> I'm in favor of the global idea, the best would be that the only
>> compatibility layer needed is
>>      luatexbase = latex
>> in lua...
> er that seemed an unnecessary hurdle, and the code also runs in plain
> (now) so the current suggestion (as checked in to github) is that we use
> luatexbase table (and have removed "latex error" and other latexisms
> from the core). Your thoughts on that change welcome....

This really seems good! It's kind of a relief to see that it finally
happens, I admit I was a bit frustrated a few years ago when I tried to
make it into the format (which was the initial purpose of luatexbase)
and got in front of a closed door!

Thank you,