Hans van der Meer wrote:
> Found something annoying with \starttyping...\stoptyping.
> 
> I wanted side by side two framed texts in verbatim, one of them one  
> line longer than the other.
> Of course they should align there lines.
> 
> To accomplish this I put a blank line at the end of the shortest text.
> Alas, \starttyping does not honor a blank line at the end, although  
> it does honors blank lines inbetween.
> I am inclined to call this a bug.

I agree, but only when \obeyemptylines is in effect (i have documents
that depend on that auto-dropping of trailing empty lines in other
cases). So my patch proposal is:

   \def\presetemptylastverbatimline%
   {\ifcase \verbatimstatus \or \or  \or \doflushverbatimline
    \else \kern \zeropoint \doverbatimnobreak \doflushverbatimline \fi
    %TH the next \kern is new
    \kern \zeropoint }

   \def\obeyemptylines%
   {\let\donextemptyverbatimline\doemptyverbatimline
    %TH the next reassignment is new
    \let\presetlastverbatimline\presetemptylastverbatimline  }

You have to add an \obeyemptylines command in your document(s), of
course.

Cheers, Taco
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