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Re: \begin{<env>} ... \end{<env>}

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Sun, 4 Jan 2009 10:44:45 +0000

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 Joseph Wright wrote: > > \latexstart > > \loadclass{article} > > \loadmodule{whatever-module} > > \documentstart > > Some text > > \itemizestart > \item An item > \item Another one > \itemizeend > > \documentend > > \latexend Looking back over this, I suspect that the current LaTeX model is pretty good at the user level. Of course, there will be a need to differentiate LaTeX3 and LaTeX2e documents, but I guess \NeedsTeXFormat should work fine there. So the structure: \NeedsTeXFormat{LaTeX3} \documentclass{article} % Loads something like article.cls3                         % or article.ltx3.cls \usepackage{whatever} % Perhaps \usemodule or \loadmodule better?                       % Perhaps .mod extension rather than .sty,                       % or perhaps whatever.ltx3.sty? \begin{document} Some text \begin{some-env}   Text \end{some-env} \emph{With emphasis} or not. \end{document} still looks like the best plan to me. Of course, that leaves a lot of other questions, but you have to start somewhere. -- Joseph Wright