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added comment module

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% Comment.sty version 3.8, July 2016
% copyright 1998-2016 Victor Eijkhout
%
% Purpose:
% selectively in/exclude pieces of text: the user can define new
% comment versions, and each is controlled separately.
% Special comments can be defined where the user specifies the
% action that is to be taken with each comment line.
%
% Author
% Victor Eijkhout
% Texas Advanced Computing Center
% The University of Texas at Austin
% Austin TX 78758
% USA
%
% victor@eijkhout.net
%
% This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
% modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
% as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2
% of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
%
% This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
% but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
% MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
% GNU General Public License for more details.
%
% For a copy of the GNU General Public License, write to the
% Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
% 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA,
% or find it on the net, for instance at
% http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html
%
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%
% Usage: all text included between
% \begin{comment}
% ...
% \end{comment}
% is discarded.
%
% The opening and closing commands should appear on a line
% of their own. No starting spaces, nothing after it.
% This environment should work with arbitrary amounts
% of comment, and the comment can be arbitrary text.
%
% Other `comment' environments are defined by
% and are selected/deselected with
% \includecomment{versiona}
% \excludecoment{versionb}
%
% These environments are used as
% \begin{versiona} ... \end{versiona}
% with the opening and closing commands again on a line of
% their own.
%
% This is not a LaTeX environment: for an included comment, the
% \begin and \end lines act as if they don't exist.
% In particular, they don't imply grouping, so assignments
% &c are not local.
%
%%
%% Guide to special effects
%%
% To understand what happens here, you need to know just a bit about
% the implementation. Lines inside a comment are scooped up one at a
% time, and written to an external file. This file can then be
% included, or ignored. Or you can do stuff with it as you'll see now.
%
% Special comments are defined as
% \specialcomment{name}{before commands}{after commands}
% where the second and third arguments are executed before
% and after each comment block. You can use this for global
% formatting commands.
% To keep definitions &c local, you can include \begingroup
% in the `before commands' and \endgroup in the `after commands'.
% ex:
% \specialcomment{smalltt}
% {\begingroup\ttfamily\footnotesize}{\endgroup}
% Of course, in this case you could probably have used the standard
% LaTeX \newenvironment.
%
% With \specialcomment you do *not* have to do an additional
% \includecomment{smalltt}
% To remove 'smalltt' blocks, give \excludecomment{smalltt}
% after the definition.
%
% The comment environments use two auxiliary commands. You can get
% nifty special effects by redefining them.
% 1/ the commented text is written to an external file. Default definition:
% \def\CommentCutFile{comment.cut}
% 2/ included comments are processed like this:
% \def\ProcessCutFile{\input{\CommentCutFile}\relax}
% and excluded files have
% \def\ProcessCutFile{}
%
% Fun use of special comments: the inclusion of the comment is done
% by \ProcessCutFile, so you can redefine that:
% \specialcomment{mathexamplewithcode}
% {\begingroup\def\ProcessCutFile{}} %1
% {\verbatiminput{\CommentCutFile} %2
% \endgroup
% This gives:
% \begin{equation} \input{\CommentCutFile} \end{equation}
% }
% 1: do not standard include the file
% 2: input it verbatim, then again inside display math
%
% You can also apply processing to each line.
% By defining a control sequence
% \def\Thiscomment##1{...} in the before commands the user can
% specify what is to be done with each comment line. If something
% needs to be written to file, use \WriteCommentLine{the stuff}
% Example:
% \specialcomment{underlinecomment}
% {\def\ThisComment##1{\WriteCommentLine{\underline{##1}\par}}
% \par}
% {\par}
%
% Trick for short in/exclude macros (such as \maybe{this snippet}):
%\includecomment{cond}
%\newcommand{\maybe}[1]{}
%\begin{cond}
%\renewcommand{\maybe}[1]{#1}
%\end{cond}
%
% Changes in 3.8
% - utf8 is now correctly handled, at least if you use eTeX.
% (Thanks Henry Gregory for the solution)
% Changes in 3.7
% - only LaTeX support from now on
% - code cleanup, and improvements on \specialcomment
% - cleanup of the docs.
% Changed in 3.6
% - documentation update
% - comment file inclusion is now a customizable command
% Changes in 3.5
% - corrected typo in header.
% - changed author email
% - corrected \specialcomment yet again.
% - fixed excludecomment of an earlier defined environment.
% Changes in 3.4
% - added GNU public license
% - added \processcomment, because Ivo's fix (above) brought an
% inconsistency to light.
% Changes in 3.3
% - updated author's address again
% - parametrised \CommentCutFile
% Changes in 3.2
% - \specialcomment brought up to date (thanks to Ivo Welch).
% Changes in version 3.1
% - updated author's address
% - cleaned up some code
% - trailing contents on \begin{env} line is always discarded
% even if you've done \includecomment{env}
% - comments no longer define grouping!! you can even
% \includecomment{env}
% \begin{env}
% \begin{itemize}
% \end{env}
% Isn't that something ...
% - included comments are written to file and input again.
%
% Known bugs:
% - excludecomment leads to one superfluous space
% - processcomment leads to a superfluous line break at the start
%
\def\makeinnocent#1{\catcode`#1=12 }
\def\csarg#1#2{\expandafter#1\csname#2\endcsname}
\def\latexname{lplain}\def\latexename{LaTeX2e}
\newwrite\CommentStream
\def\DefaultCutFileName{\def\CommentCutFile{comment.cut}}
\DefaultCutFileName
% begin / end processing
%
% this contains the only real begin/endgroup commands, to keep the
% catcode changes local.
\def\ProcessComment#1% start it all of
{\def\CurrentComment{#1}%
\begingroup
\let\do\makeinnocent \dospecials
\makeinnocent\^^L% and whatever other special cases
\endlinechar`\^^M\relax \catcode`\^^M=12\relax \xComment}
{\catcode`\^^M=12 \endlinechar=-1 %
\gdef\xComment#1^^M{\ProcessCommentLine}
\gdef\ProcessCommentLine#1^^M{\def\test{#1}
\csarg\ifx{End\CurrentComment Test}\test
\edef\next{\endgroup\noexpand\EndOfComment{\CurrentComment}}%
\else \ThisComment{#1}\let\next\ProcessCommentLine
\fi \next}
}
%%
%% Initial action: SetUpCutFile opens the CommentCutFile
%% hook for initial actions: PrepareCutFile, default null
%%
\def\SetUpCutFile
{\immediate\openout\CommentStream=\CommentCutFile
\PrepareCutFile}
\def\PrepareCutFile{}
%%
%% Each line action: ThisComment,
%% default: WriteCommentLine on line contents
%% version 3.8: write unexpanded if using eTeX
%%
\expandafter\ifx\csname eTeXversion\endcsname\relax
\long\def\WriteCommentLine#1{\immediate\write\CommentStream{#1}}
\else
\long\def\WriteCommentLine#1{\immediate\write\CommentStream{\unexpanded{#1}}}
\fi
\let\ThisComment\WriteCommentLine
%%
%% Final action: ProcessCutFile
%% hook for final action before file closing: FinalizeCutFile, default null
%%
\def\ProcessCutFile
{\message{Straight input of \CommentCutFile.}%
\input{\CommentCutFile}\relax}
\def\CloseAndInputCutFile
{\FinalizeCutFile
\immediate\closeout\CommentStream
\ProcessCutFile}
\def\FinalizeCutFile{}
%%
%% Define the different comment types
%%
% included comments: all the default actions
\def\includecomment
#1{\message{Include comment '#1'}%
\csarg\def{After#1Comment}{\CloseAndInputCutFile}
\csarg\def{#1}{\endgroup \message{Including '#1' comment.}%
\DefaultCutFileName \SetUpCutFile \ProcessComment{#1}}%
\CommentEndDef{#1}}
% excluded comment: also default
\def\excludecomment
#1{\message{Excluding comment '#1'}%
\csarg\def{#1}{\endgroup \message{Excluding '#1' comment.}%
\begingroup
\DefaultCutFileName \def\ProcessCutFile{}%
\def\ThisComment####1{}\ProcessComment{#1}}%
\csarg\def{After#1Comment}{\CloseAndInputCutFile \endgroup}
\CommentEndDef{#1}}
% special comment
\long\def\specialcomment
#1#2#3{\message{Special comment '#1'}%
\csarg\def{#1}{\endgroup \message{Processing '#1' comment.}%
\DefaultCutFileName
#2\relax \SetUpCutFile
% #2 before SetUp, so we can do renaming.
\message{Comment '#1' writing to \CommentCutFile.}%
\ProcessComment{#1}}%
\csarg\def{After#1Comment}{\CloseAndInputCutFile #3}%
\CommentEndDef{#1}}
\long\def\generalcomment
#1#2#3{\message{General comment '#1'}%
\csarg\def{#1}{\endgroup % counter the environment open of LaTeX
#2 \relax \SetUpCutFile \ProcessComment{#1}}%
\csarg\def{After#1Comment}{\CloseAndInputCutFile #3}%
\CommentEndDef{#1}}
\long\def\processcomment
#1#2#3#4{\message{Lines-Processing comment '#1'}%
\csarg\def{#1}{\endgroup \SetUpCutFile #2\relax
\ProcessComment{#1}}%
\csarg\def{After#1Comment}{#3\CloseAndInputCutFile #4}%
\CommentEndDef{#1}}
\def\leveledcomment
#1#2{\message{Include comment '#1' up to level '#2'}%
%\csarg\newif{if#1IsStreamingComment}
%\csarg\newif{if#1IsLeveledComment}
%\csname #1IsLeveledCommenttrue\endcsname
\csarg\let{After#1Comment}\CloseAndInputCutFile
\csarg\def{#1}{\SetUpCutFile
\ProcessCommentWithArg{#1}}%
\CommentEndDef{#1}}
\makeatletter
\def\EndOfComment#1{%
\csname After#1Comment\endcsname
% sabotage LaTeX's environment testing
\begingroup\def\@currenvir{#1}\end{#1}}
\def\CommentEndDef#1{{\escapechar=-1\relax
\csarg\xdef{End#1Test}{\string\\end\string\{#1\string\}}%
}}
\makeatother
\excludecomment{comment}
\endinput
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