Hans Hagen wrote:
Ok, then what's \protected? Is it performing an \unprotect/\protect pair around the definition? But then, why did it work?
in context protext/unprotect is to be used when ! @ ? are used inmacro names which was not the case here
I know. So, does ConTeXt's \protected\def temporarily switch on one level of \unprotect? But for some strange reason, the whole thing worked ...
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