CTAN update: SemanTeX

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Jul 19, 2021, 12:36:22 PMJul 19
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Sebastian Ørsted submitted an update to the

SemanTeX

package.

Version: 0.508 2021-07-18
License: lppl1.3c

Summary description: Semantic, keyval-based mathematics

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Makes some internal fixes so that keys like set keys={...} and
set keys x={...} work the same way when applied on the go as
when pre-digested.
I doubt any users will notice the difference, though.

There is also a new options key, single key parser=<command>, that
allows you to change the command that parses the contents of the
argument when the setting "arg keyval=single keys" is applied.

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The package’s Catalogue entry can be viewed at
https://ctan.org/pkg/semantex

The package’s files themselves can be inspected at
https://mirrors.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/semantex/

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Thanks for the upload.

For the CTAN Team
Petra Rübe-Pugliese

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CTAN Announcements

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Jul 26, 2021, 10:09:04 AMJul 26
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Sebastian Ørsted submitted an update to the

SemanTeX

package.

Version: 0.511 2021-07-25
License: lppl1.3c

Summary description: Semantic, keyval-based mathematics

Announcement text:
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Version: 0.509 2021-07-24 :
Makes a very fundamental change. From now on, when you output to
a class or use commands like \<Class> or \UseClassInCommand\<Class>,
you no longer render the data of the class itself (with the updated
settings provided by you, e.g. where you change the symbol).
Instead, you render an object called object_associated_to_class_<Class name>
which is of class \<Class>. This seems to me a more natural way of
solving things. There will be very little change in the user experience,
though, apart from some error messages being formulated slightly differently.

Version: 0.510 2021-07-24 :
Corrected a bug introduced in the previous version.

Version: 0.511 2021-07-25 :
Corrected a new, minor error in the previous version (in fact,
in a class type which is explicitly deprecated).
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