[texhax] Obsolete \centerline command used in amsbook class (Uwe L?ck)
William F Hammond
hmwlfsr at yahoo.com
Thu Sep 27 23:50:11 CEST 2012
Barbara Beeton <bnb at ams.org> writes:
> On Thu, 27 Sep 2012, William F Hammond wrote:
> . . .
> Toward this end one will get better results by specifying
> what is permitted rather than what is forbidden.
> we really do try to do that, though not
> always successfully. but have you any
> suggestions on how to deal with those
> persons who absolutely refuse to read the
> guidelines provided?
Yes. So as not to discard legacy usage, introduce,
as an optional substitute for \documentclass
Each "whatever" would have a default "specific-rule-set".
In this mode the processor enforces the rules, and there
should be no user-perceived ambiguity about whether error
messages come from the LaTeX kernel or the underlying
engine. In fact, the first round of parsing need not be
done under a TeX engine.
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