Mon, 11 Oct 2021 20:20:32 +0200
Prote has been modified to extend e-TeX 2.6 and has been
incorporated (system dependent bits developed) in the kerTeX
Prote passes the TRIP and ETRIP tests and is compliant with the API
contract described in prote_man.pdf.
The LaTeX recipe: latex.sh has been updated so that if Prote exists (in
kerTeX) it is used as the engine for LaTeX, with not only e-TeX
extensions but Prote ones too.
Prote is present, at the moment, only in the development version of
kerTeX and one has to specified "dev" with the get_mk_install.sh script
to get the development sources.
More informations here:
I'd like the LaTeX developer to give it a try in order to incorporate
the support of Prote in the format.
Thierry Laronde <tlaronde +AT+ polynum +dot+ com>
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