[latex3-commits] Broken: latex3/latex3#384 (master - c1962c7)

Bruno Le Floch blflatex at gmail.com
Sat Aug 20 01:25:13 CEST 2016

Sorry I just saw that and am taking the train in a few hours.  I likely
won't have time to dig into it.  Please feel free to revert my commit.
On my setup the tests worked.

It's likely this time that the failure of chemformulas is due to my
changes since I'm making \cs_new:Nn more restrictive.

On 08/20/2016 12:24 AM, Travis CI wrote:
> *latex3 / latex3 <https://travis-ci.org/latex3/latex3>* (master
> <https://github.com/latex3/latex3/tree/master>)
> 	Build #384 was broken.
> <https://travis-ci.org/latex3/latex3/builds/153693738> 	
> 9 minutes and 7 seconds
> 	*Bruno Le Floch* 	c1962c7
> <https://github.com/latex3/latex3/commit/c1962c744c586750166ee0b3ca2af65c41831e52>
> Changeset →
> <https://github.com/latex3/latex3/compare/90597a01aba1...c1962c744c58>
>   	Detect improper uses of \cs_new:Nn (fixes #69)
> \cs_new:Nn and friends with :Nn, :cn, :Nx, :cx signatures
> (not :Npn, :cpn, :Npx, :cpx) are only meant to define base
> functions whose signature consists only of N and n arguments,
> as they will not do expansion. I've added an error message.
> Actually I had to allow T and F arguments as well otherwise
> contrib tests would break (mainly due to fontspec?).
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