Re: User's thoughts about LPPL
>>>>> "Javier" == Javier Bezos <email@example.com> writes:
Javier> Thanks for saying "apparently" :-). We are repeating and
Javier> repeating again than you can rewrite latex in full, if you
MMM, someone on the Debian side here should write up an instructive
rant on what source code means focusing on the preferred form for
editing definition. I disagree that the source code (as we think of
it) is available to all documents. The source to LaTeX isn't even on
my system. The source goes through a bunch of transformations from
the .dtx files to produce the .cls and other files.
The LaTeX community's point remains--you can change any aspect of the
behavior of LaTeX from within a document. But you do not get the
editable form of LaTeX source from within a document.
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