Provided by: latexml_0.8.3-3_all bug


       "LaTeXML::Core::Definition::Constructor"  - Control sequence definitions.


       This class represents control sequences that contribute arbitrary XML fragments to the
       document tree.  During digestion, a "LaTeXML::Core::Definition::Constuctor" records the
       arguments used in the invocation to produce a LaTeXML::Core::Whatsit.  The resulting
       LaTeXML::Core::Whatsit (usually) generates an XML document fragment when absorbed by an
       instance of LaTeXML::Core::Document.  Additionally, a
       "LaTeXML::Core::Definition::Constructor" may have beforeDigest and afterDigest daemons
       defined which are executed for side effect, or for adding additional boxes to the output.

       It extends LaTeXML::Core::Definition.

       More documentation needed, but see LaTeXML::Package for the main user access to these.

   More about Constructors
       A constructor has as it's "replacement" a subroutine or a string pattern representing the
       XML fragment it should generate.  In the case of a string pattern, the pattern is compiled
       into a subroutine on first usage by the internal class
       "LaTeXML::Core::Definition::ConstructorCompiler".  Like primitives, constructors may have
       "beforeDigest" and "afterDigest".


       Bruce Miller <>


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