On 24/04/2009, at 6:51 PM, Heiko Oberdiek wrote:
> %%% begin of fixed definition %%%
> %%% end of fixed definition %%%
This looks good to me. It seems that the old documentation for the
command was also written incorrectly:
% |\@in| is a utility macro with two arguments. It determines
% whether its first argument occurs in its second (after expanding
% it) and sets the switch |\if@in| accordingly.
Unless I'm mistaken, there was no expanding going on in the old
version; I'm going to change this accordingly.
Any objections to changing the definition to that proposed by Heiko