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Re: [O] [export] Should sidewaystable option automatically add rotating

From: Carsten Dominik
Subject: Re: [O] [export] Should sidewaystable option automatically add rotating package?
Date: Wed, 25 Sep 2013 09:50:31 +0200

Excellent, I'll wait for your further input.

Thanks Nicolas!

- Carsten

On 25.9.2013, at 09:45, Nicolas Girard <address@hidden> wrote:

> 2013/9/25 Carsten Dominik <address@hidden>:
>> On 19.9.2013, at 11:38, Nicolas Girard <address@hidden> wrote:
>>> I actually have some working code that does this. It lies in a file I
>>> named 'minimal.tex', which I include into all my latex code using
>>> \input{minimal}\makeatletter
>> Hi Nicolas,
>> of I were to include this code not via \input, but directly, somewhere in 
>> the header,
>> is there something special with makeatletter/makeatother that I have to do?
> Good morning Carsten,
> Despite being silent, I didn't forget about this thread ;-)
> I came to think that, having a piece of code that brings
> cross-compatibility between the 3 engines would be of interest to
> people outside of the Org community. But this is not trivial,
> especially if the code has to work with older TeX distributions (a
> reasonable expectation would be that it works with, say, TeXlive 2011
> and TeXlive 2012).
> For instance, one difficulty is language specifics. pdflatex has Babel
> ; xelatex has polyglossia ; and lualatex didn't have any equivalent
> package until a recent version of polyglossia that comes with the most
> recent TeX distributions.
> For these reasons, I would like to submit this question, with my code
> as a starting point, to the tex.stackexchange.com community, so that
> it is peer reviewed and we hopefully get something solid. I'm
> currently working on it and intend to post either today or tomorrow.
> Stay tuned !
> Cheers,
> Nicolas

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