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url – Ver­ba­tim with URL-sen­si­tive line breaks

The com­mand \url is a form of ver­ba­tim com­mand that al­lows line­breaks at cer­tain char­ac­ters or com­bi­na­tions of char­ac­ters, ac­cepts re­con­fig­u­ra­tion, and can usu­ally be used in the ar­gu­ment to an­other com­mand. (The \urldef com­mand pro­vides ro­bust com­mands that serve in cases when \url doesn't work in an ar­gu­ment.) The com­mand is in­tended for email ad­dresses, hy­per­text links, di­rec­to­ries/paths, etc., which nor­mally have no spaces, so by de­fault the pack­age ig­nores spaces in its ar­gu­ment. How­ever, a pack­age op­tion “al­lows spaces”, which is use­ful for op­er­at­ing sys­tems where spaces are a com­mon part of file names.

Ver­sion3.4 2013-09-16
Main­tainerDon­ald Arse­neau

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