drac – Declare active character substitution, robustly
The package provides macros \DeclareRobustActChar and \ReDeclareRobActChar. One uses \DeclareRobustActChar in the same way one would use \DeclareRobustCommand; the macro \protects the active character when it appears in a moving argument.
\ReDeclareRobActChar redefines an active character previously defined with \DeclareRobustActChar, in the same way that \renewcommand works for ordinary commands.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Copyright||2004, 2008 Josselin Noirel and Yvon Henel|
|Contained in||TeX Live as drac|
MiKTeX as drac
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