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Re: Rewriting polyglossia in LaTeX3

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Thu, 11 Nov 2010 11:35:52 +0000

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 On 11/11/2010 09:23, Joseph Wright wrote: > On 11/11/2010 09:01, Rémy Oudompheng wrote: >> I am encountering a problem with l3keys : the following code >> >> \documentclass{article} >> \usepackage{expl3} >> \begin{document} >> \ExplSyntaxOn >> \keys_define:nn { othermodule } { >> a .code:n = Hello, >> } >> \keys_define:nn { module } { >> a .code:n = Hello, >> b .code:n = \keys_set:nn{othermodule}{a}, >> c .code:n = B, >> } >> \keys_set:nn { module }{b,c} >> \ExplSyntaxOff >> \end{document} >> >> fails with the error >> The key 'othermodule/c' is unknown and is being ignored. >> >> So I guess \keys_set:nn are not meant to be nested. Is there an easy >> way to work around this (other than replacing \keys_set:nn{...}{...} >> by "Hello") ? >> > > Hello Rémy, > > That would be a bug, and would be my fault I guess. Give me a couple of > days and I should sort this out: I'll need to do some thinking. Right, I have this fixed now. I want to do a bit on the testing side, then expect to send an update to CTAN later today. -- Joseph Wright