[Mac OS X TeX] Using Margin kerning

Bruno Voisin Bruno.Voisin at hmg.inpg.fr
Mon Oct 29 12:55:11 CET 2001

<x-flowed ISO-8859-1>Hello,

> Margin kerning is in Gerben Wierda's latest teTeX. But to use it,
> you still have to do a few things to your source code:
> [...]

Something doesn't quite work here, but it's not connected with margin 
kerning itself. The file abbr.tex (called for by protcode.tex) says:


that is a redefinition of the perfectly legitimate TeX command \S for 
the section sign (§ for those who can display it).

In my case, the problem manifested itself as a lot of errors:

! Missing \endcsname inserted.
! Extra \endcsname.

everytime I was using \S\ref{sectionlabel} in the document I was 

Anybody knows what's exactly the function of abbr.tex, or to what extent 
it's required by protcode.tex?

Bruno Voisin

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