expkv-bundle – An expandable key=val implementation and friends
This is a collection of different packages that provide key=value functionality in plainTeX, LaTeX, and ConTeXt.
At the core, the expkv package implements two expandable key=value parsers that are somewhat fast and robust against common bugs in many key=value implementations (no accidental brace stripping, no fragility for active commas or equals signs).
expkv-cs enables users to define expandable key=value macros in a comfortable and straightforward way.
expkv-def provides an interface to define common key types for expkv similar to the key defining interfaces of widespread key=value implementations.
expkv-opt allows to parse package or class options in LaTeX via expkv.
expkv-pop is a utility package to define prefix oriented parsers that allow a somewhat natural formulation (it provides the core functionality for the key-defining front ends of both expkv-cs and expkv-def).
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3c|
|Copyright||2020–2023 Jonathan P. Spratte|
|Maintainer||Jonathan P. Spratte|
|Contained in||TeX Live as expkv-bundle|
MiKTeX as expkv-bundle
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