LaTeX2e package - substituting and displaying arbitrary tokens
The ted package A (primitive) token list editor Manuel P\'egouri\'e-Gonnard <firstname.lastname@example.org> Presentation ------------ Just like sed is a stream editor, ted is a token list editor. Actually, it is not as powerfull as sed, but its main feature is that it really works with tokens, not only characters. The ted package provides two user macros: \Substitute and \ShowTokens. The first one is maybe the most useful: it performs substitutions in token lists (even inside braces). The second displays each token of the list (one per line) with its catcode (in the list, not just the current one), and can be useful for debugging or for TeX learners. The ted package is designed to work well even if strange tokens (that is, unusual (charcode, catcode) pairs or tokens with a confusing meaning) occur in the list. Contents -------- ted.sty: the package itself ted.pdf: the (english) documentation and commented code ted-fr.pdf: the french documentation ted.dtx: single source for both documentations and package Version info ------------ 2007-12-09 v1.0 first release 2007-12-12 v1.01 trivial bug fix License ------- This material is subject to the LaTeX Project Public License. See http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/help/Catalogue/licenses.lppl.html for the details of that license.