[latexrefman-commits] [SCM] latexrefman updated: r938 - trunk

Vincent Belaiche INVALID.NOREPLY at gnu.org.ua
Tue Aug 3 06:20:54 CEST 2021

Author: vincentb1
Date: 2021-08-03 04:20:53 +0000 (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
New Revision: 938

[en] minor clarifications.

* latex2e.texi (fontenc package): Add fontspec to the package index + add word put.
(\newcommand & \renewcommand): letter -> character, as \ is not a
letter + minor clarification.

Modified: trunk/latex2e.texi
--- trunk/latex2e.texi	2021-07-26 13:44:09 UTC (rev 937)
+++ trunk/latex2e.texi	2021-08-03 04:20:53 UTC (rev 938)
@@ -1523,6 +1523,7 @@
 Specify the font encodings.  A font encoding is a mapping of the
 character codes to the font glyphs that are used to typeset your output.
+ at PkgIndex{fontspec}
 This package only applies if you use the @code{pdflatex} engine
 (@pxref{@TeX{} engines}).  If you use the @command{xelatex} or
 @command{lualatex} engine then instead use the @file{fontspec} package.
@@ -1532,7 +1533,7 @@
 @code{\accent} (@pxref{\accent}) but this disables hyphenation.  @TeX{}
 users have agreed on a number of standards to access the larger sets of
 characters provided by modern fonts.  If you are using
- at command{pdflatex} then this in the preamble
+ at command{pdflatex} then put this in the preamble
@@ -9409,8 +9410,8 @@
 @table @var
 @item cmd
-Required; the command name.  It must begin with a backslash, @code{\},
-and must not begin with the four letter string @code{\end}.  For
+Required; @code{\@var{cmd}} is the command name.  It must begin with a backslash, @code{\},
+and must not begin with the four character string @code{\end}.  For
 @code{\newcommand}, it must not be already defined.  For
 @code{\renewcommand}, this name must already be defined.
@@ -9466,8 +9467,8 @@
 to redefine a command and the name has not yet been used then you get
 something like @samp{LaTeX Error: \hank undefined}.
-Here the first command definition has no arguments, and the second has
-one required argument.
+Here the first definition creates a command with no arguments, and the
+second, one with one required argument.
@@ -9476,7 +9477,7 @@
 Use the first as in @code{I highly recommend \student@{@} to you}.  The
-second has a variable, so that @code{\defref@{def:basis@}} expands to
+second has a variable argument, so that @code{\defref@{def:basis@}} expands to
 @code{Definition~\ref@{def:basis@}}, which ultimately expands to
 something like @samp{Definition~3.14}.

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