This should help:

    {\def\stopLST{End of #1}%

This is almost the same as:

   \def\stopLST{End of LST}

Except that it is a little bit more low-level and thereby allows
an argument to \startLST. Using a local definition if \stopLST
is another trick, to lift the argument to the end of the buffer.

A less sophisticated  but clearer approach is:


   \def\stopLST{End of \LSTArgs}

Full example:

    {\def\stopLST{End of #1}%

  bla bla
  alb alb

You'll have to fill in the commands etc. yourself of course.

Greetings, Taco

Peter Münster wrote:
On Tue, 31 May 2005, Hans Hagen wrote:


\setupbuffer[crap][before=\blank\bgroup here we start,after=and here we end\egroup\blank]


Hello Hans and Taco,
thank you for your hints, but I think, I did not explain my question well
I fact, all I need is to know, how I could write some verbatim text between
2 commands (\startXXX...\stopXXX) into a file, but with my own macros.
Here an example in detail:


  \immediate\write\LSTfile{#2}%  Here I seek a solution for verbatim text!
  \immediate\write18{ \LSTfileprefix #1}% #1 is for \lstset
  \advance\LSTnum by 1

and then, the user types only:

        return 0;

It's already possible to do this with some further macros (\finishLST after
\stopLST for example), but I prefer only one \start/\stop pair.

Greetings, Peter

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