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Re: Modules

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Sat, 20 Jun 1998 22:06:00 +0200

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   The idea with modules is to not define localities. There is already a structure in LaTeX for creating localities, name the environments. In fact, a convenient way to implement environments is by creating a module called "environment", which defines the behavior of environments, including how to define new environments.   In fact, one can go one step further and create a module "Environment" which is used to create different styles of environments (say if you want to change that \begin{foo} ... \end{foo} to something else, or perhaps create environments for HTML code, or something).   I have put up a link on my home page to the LaTeX/TeX code I once made while exploring these ideas. It is just a copy of what I happened to have in my home directory, so it's a mess. But the stuff is at least available for exploration.   Hans Aberg                   * Email: Hans Aberg                   * Home Page:                   * AMS member listing: