Rainer Schoepf wrote:
> > What are the correct LaTeX commands? I think that these are exactly the
> > commands which are correct from the TeX's point of view, aren't they?
> No. The correct LaTeX commands are those that are documented. For
> example, \bmox is, but \hbox isn't.
Is it *stated* somewhere in documentation that one cannot use primitive TeX commands
(and syntax) in a LaTeX files? ;-)
> > I think that those parsers, if they want to be correct, *should* parse
> > according to the general TeX syntax (and semantics).
> TeX has a syntax? New concept.... :-)
Of course, it has. :-) If not, than how can one get LaTeX to have syntax?
BTW, what common `external' parsers of LaTeX files do exist?
I know, e.g., LaTeX2html. But it is very doubtful that LaTeX2html
is able to correctly use the semantics of all `canonical' LaTeX commands,
such as \Declare* ones.
With best regards,