Am Fri, 28 Jul 2023 13:28:48 +0200 schrieb LARONDE Thierry:

> Hello,
> Apparently, somewhere between 2022 and 2023, you have changed the way
> the LaTeX \input macro, replacing the primitive, is behaving regarding
> the extension when brackets are used.
> Now, when a tex file specifies:
> \input{filename}
> i.e.: "filename" without a ".tex" extension, the file is searched
> "as is" and if not found, the extension is not added. (This is for
> example the case in the bbold package, inside the .dtx for inclusion of
> docstrip.)

No, that is not true. If I do \input{test-input} in a LaTeX document
it includes test-input.tex.




You should be more specific here. 

Ulrike Fischer