occam – Strip unnecessary macros from a file
The Occam macros aim to implement, in TeX macros, what the author characterises as the equivalent of Occam's razor: to produce macro packages that do exactly what a document needs, and no more.
The main aims of the package are achieved by the macro package Auditor.tex, which explores the macro definitions of the file; and macros for the Mac QEDM editor to process the output of Auditor and the original file to remove unnecessary material (macros and related stuff).
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