Frank Mittelbach skrev 2012-06-07 00.03:
> We started out with
> but in the end the feeling was the simple <@@=foo> actually works better.
> Also my expectation is that you do not turn those things one and off (except
> perhaps in the kernel once the currently separated files are partly or fully
> joined together).
> So normally there will be a single line at the beginning stating the module
> name to be used in place of @@[log in to unmask]
>> Other approaches I would find preferable to %<@@=foo> is to use %%%
>> lines (as an homage to mft) or explicit commands in the .ins file; after
>> all, most source files don't contain code for multiple l3-modules.
> To be honest I don't like that much but perhaps this is something one just
> needs getting used to.
Note that these are "/other/ possibilities I would actually find preferable
to assignment-guards"; you snipped my preferred realm of solution without