Commit 63db3935 authored by Per Cederqvist's avatar Per Cederqvist
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(\tensltt): Define this command using TeX syntax, and add a \global.

	I have only a vague idea what this does, but it seems to work
	with texinfo.tex 2003-05-04.08.
parent 68591e49
......@@ -315,10 +315,6 @@ another language under the same conditions as for modified versions.
@c Don't indent the first line of paragraphs.
@parindent 0pt
@c
@c Define @tensltt to switch to the cmsltt10 font (Computer Modern,
@c Slanted, Typewriter, 10pt).
@font@tensltt=cmsltt10
@c
@c Define @t{} so that it switches from slanted to regular to slanted
@c typewriter text as usages are nested. For example:
@c
......@@ -329,7 +325,9 @@ another language under the same conditions as for modified versions.
@c (emphasis is italic, emphasized emphasis is roman).
@c
@c Helpers:
@c \rett: switch to typewriter @c text and define
@c \tensltt: switch to the cmsltt10 font (Computer Modern,
@c Slanted, Typewriter, 10pt).
@c \rett: switch to typewriter text and define
@c \t as an alias for \sltt.
@c \sltt: switch to slanted typewriter text and defines
@c \t as an alias for \rett.
......@@ -337,6 +335,7 @@ another language under the same conditions as for modified versions.
@c Finally \t is defined as an alias for \sltt.
@c
@tex
\global\font\tensltt=cmsltt10
\global\def\rett#1{{\let\t\sltt\tt #1}}
\global\def\sltt#1{{\fam\ttfam\tensltt\let\t\rett #1}}
\global\let\t\sltt
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