On Fri, 6 Jan 2012, Michael Talbot-Wilson wrote:
On Tue, 3 Jan 2012, Chris Lott wrote:
I know I could do it manually, but that makes the source ugly, so is
there a way to redefine paragraph breaks so that instead of actual
breaks in the output they are kept as running text separate by a
paragraph symbol, e.g.:
This is paragraph 1.
This is paragraph 2.
Becomes in the typeset document:
This is paragraph 1. ¶ This is paragraph 2.
Can't you use plain's \everypar?
Not plain, built-in, but it's not the thing. The thing's \let.
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