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2% LaTeX commands and macros needed for the two Distutils manuals,
3% inst.tex and dist.tex.
4%
5% $Id: distutils.sty,v 1.4 2000/04/19 22:40:34 gward Exp $
6%
7
8% My gripe list about the Python style files:
9%  * I want italics in verbatim environments for variable
10%    text (verbatim.sty?)
11%  * I hate escaping underscores (url.sty fixes this)
12
13% '\command' is for Distutils commands which, depending on your
14% perspective, are just arguments to the setup script, or sub-
15% commands of the setup script, or the classes that implement
16% each "command".
17\newcommand{\command}[1]{\code{#1}}
18
19% '\option' is for Distutils options *in* the setup script.  Command-
20% line options *to* the setup script are marked up in the usual
21% way, ie. with '\programopt' or '\longprogramopt'
22\newcommand{\option}[1]{\textsf{\small{#1}}}
23
24% '\filevar' is for variable components of file/path names -- eg.
25% when you put 'prefix' in a pathname, you mark it up with
26% '\filevar' so that it still looks pathname-ish, but is
27% distinguished from the literal part of the path.  Fred says
28% this can be accomplished just fine with '\var', but I violently
29% disagree.  Pistols at dawn will sort this one out.
30\newcommand{\filevar}[1]{{\textsl{\filenq{#1}}}}
31
32% Just while the code and docs are still under development.
33\newcommand{\XXX}[1]{\textbf{**#1**}}
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