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Re: Key points of LaTex3

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Fri, 23 Jan 2009 07:02:55 +0000

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 Paul Thompson wrote: > I vote against \documenttype It was just "for argument sake": I just wanted something as an example. I don't like the adjacent "tt", for a start! > \startdoc > \docinit > \initdocument > > Anything which sounds like the start of a document, but which is different from 2e, would be good. I'd vaguely suggested that everything in a LaTeX3 document could perhaps be inside a LaTeX3 environment. Something as simple as : \begin{LaTeX3} \documentclass{article} \end{LaTeX3} This would avoid needing to change anything else for arbitrary reasons. It would also give a method to change things more easily in the future. However, it was really the general idea I was after: I suspect this type of detail is a long way off. -- Joseph Wright