On 26/02/2009, at 5:36 PM, Joseph Wright wrote:

> Will Robertson wrote:
>> After all this I now agree with Frank (that the every-toks require a
>> wrapper to be useful, and expl3 isn't the place to do that), so let's
>> agree to add \endlinechar directly (except we want  
>> \l_char_end_line_int
>> instead of _endline_ I think) and...
> By the way, I assume the lack of \escapechar is deliberate?

Uuuhm, no :)
I'll add it to the list.

>> (Sorry for my ignorance but what's the endlinechar part for? Maybe we
>> don't need that?)
> Sometimes you need it, sometime you don't :-).  I got this from
> biblatex, where Philip has things like: [snip]
> As long as the suggested function will work under a range of possible
> circumstances where \scantokens can be used, I'm happy.

Well, I'll leave it there for now but I wonder if that implies we need  
a macro that has "setup" parameters:

  \char_make_other:N \$
  \int_set:Nn \endlinechar {\c_minus_one}