LaTeX: To enclose the document body with some pieces of code
The package enables authors to designate in the preamble to make the document body enclosed with the given pieces of code. As is known, there are already various mechanisms provided by LaTeX kernel or packages that attach “hooks” at the beginning and end of documents. This package tries harder to win the race, that is, place the given code as close to the real document body as possible.
- TeX format: LaTeX.
- TeX engine: Anything.
- Dependent packages: None.
This package is distributed under the MIT License.
The bxenclose Package
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This package defines the following single command:
This command makes the document body enclosed with
<end>. That is,
<begin> is executed immediately before the body text (probably after other “begin-document hooks” provided by LaTeX itself and other packages) and
<end> is executed immediately after the body text (probably before other “end-document hooks”).
Note that both
<end> code are treated as part of the document body. In particular,
<begin> code cannot contain any preamble-restricted commands (such as
- Version 0.2 〈2016/04/01〉
- The first public version.
Takayuki YATO (aka. "ZR") http://zrbabbler.sp.land.to/
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bxenclose – Enclose the document body with some pieces of code
The package enables authors to designate in the preamble to make the document body enclosed with the given pieces of code. As is known, there are already various mechanisms provided by LaTeX kernel or packages that attach hooks at the beginning and end of documents.
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MiKTeX as bxenclose