spverbatim – Allow line breaks within \verb and verbatim output
LaTeX's \verb macro treats its argument as an unbreakable unit of text. This can lead to poor typesetting, especially when the argument is long. The spverbatim package provides an \spverb macro that is analogous to \verb and an spverbatim environment that is analogous to verbatim with the difference being that \spverb and spverbatim allow LaTeX to break lines at space characters.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Copyright||2009 Scott Pakin|
|Contained in||TeX Live as spverbatim|
|MiKTeX as spverbatim|
verbatim typesetting, etc.|
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