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 Re: \in@ wrong? Will Robertson <[log in to unmask]> Tue, 20 Oct 2009 21:27:32 +1030 text/plain (35 lines) On 20/10/2009, at 9:13 PM, Heiko Oberdiek wrote: > Revision 74: > > \ProvidesFile{ltfssdcl.dtx} > [2007/08/31 v3.01 ...] > ... > \in@#1#2{% > \def\in@@##1#1##2##3\in@@{% > \ifx\in@##2\in@false\else\in@true\fi}% > \in@@#2#1\in@\in@@} > \newif\ifin@ > > Same as old version and the new LaTeX 2009/09/24. > > What do I miss? My carelessness is what you miss; I'm very sorry for the trouble. I committed the change on my machine but neglected to actually send the commit to the SVN repository (although reading my previous words I must have thought that I had). Then we quickly made a new LaTeX release and in the midst of all that I didn't want to risk rocking the boat. Sigh. You should now see the new code turn up in the SVN repository. But I'm afraid it's too late, due to my mistake, to make it into this release of LaTeX contrary to what I wrote earlier in this thread. I sort of figured at the time that it wasn't too big a deal either way but I'm annoyed at myself for the oversight. Thanks for keeping me honest :) -- Will