Source: filecontentsdef.dtx (v1.4 2019/04/20) Author: Jean-Francois Burnol Info: filecontents + macro + verbatim License: LPPL 1.3c Copyright (C) 2016-2019 Jean-Francois Burnol. <jfbu at free dot fr>
This lightweight LaTeX2ε package provides an environment
filecontentsdef which is like the
filecontents environment of Scott Pakin's filecontents package but in addition to the file creation stores the (verbatim) contents into a macro given as an additional argument (either as a control sequence or as a name).
Displaying verbatim these contents is possible via
\filecontentsprint, and executing them (if they represent LaTeX code) via
A variant environment
filecontentsdefmacro stores the contents into a macro, but skips the save-to-a-file part.
- backport 2018/04/01 LaTeX release change to filecontents environment (
filecontentsdefmacroenvironments as well as
\filecontentsexecmacros to accept indifferently either a control sequence or a name as argument.
- refactor documentation, explain how to define wrapper environments.
This Work may be distributed and/or modified under the conditions of the LaTeX Project Public License 1.3c. This version of this license is in
and the latest version of this license is in
and version 1.3 or later is part of all distributions of LaTeX version 2005/12/01 or later.
The Author of this Work is:
- Jean-Francois Burnol
<jfbu at free dot fr>
This Work consists of the main source file filecontentsdef.dtx and its derived files filecontentsdef.sty, filecontentsdef.pdf, filecontentsdef.dvi, README.md, INSTALL.md, README, INSTALL.
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filecontentsdef – filecontents + macro + verbatim
The package provides two environments called filecontentsdef and filecontentshere. They are derived from the LaTeX filecontents environment as provided by Scott Pakin's filecontents package. In addition to the file creation they either store the (verbatim) contents in a macro (filecontentsdef) or typeset them (verbatim) on the spot (filecontentshere).
The author developed the package to display TeX code verbatim in documentation and the same time produce the corresponding files during the LaTeX run in order to embed them in the PDF as file attachment annotations (by using Scott Pakin's package attachfile).
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Copyright||2016–2019 Jean-François Burnol|
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MiKTeX as filecontentsdef