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\NeedsTeXFormat{LaTeX2e}[1999/12/01]
\ProvidesPackage{pftools}

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\@ifundefined{basedir}{%
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\RequirePackage{locallabel}
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}{%
\RequirePackage{\basedir locallabel}
}%

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\RequirePackage{Tabbing}	% Avoid the standard tabbing environment. Its \< conflicts with the semantic package.
\RequirePackage{xparse}
\RequirePackage{xcolor}

%% Biimplication inference rules
% \biimp above below
% The double lines obtained by the simpler
% "\mprset{fraction={===}}" overlap the conclusion (e.g., the
% mask E_M in an atomic triple).
\newcommand*{\biimp}[2]{%
	\hbox{%
		\ooalign{%
			$\genfrac{}{}{1.6pt}1{#1}{#2}$\cr%
			$\color{white}\genfrac{}{}{0.8pt}1{\phantom{#1}}{\phantom{#2}}$%
		}%
	}%
}
\newcommand{\BIIMP}{\mprset{myfraction=\biimp}}


%% inferH is infer with hyperlinked names.
% \savelabel lab text: Arrange for \ref{lab} to print text and to link to the current spot.
\newcommand*{\savelabel}[2]{%
	% Think @currentlabel : text ref.
	\edef\@currentlabel{#2}% Save text
	\phantomsection% Correct hyper reference link
	\label{#1}% Print text and store name↦text.
}
% \textlabel label text: Print and label text.
\newcommand*{\textlabel}[2]{{#2}\savelabel{#1}{#2}}
% \rulenamestyle visible
\newcommand*{\rulenamestyle}[1]{{\TirNameStyle{#1}}}	% From mathpartir.sty.
% \ruleref [discharged] lab
\def\optionaldischarge#1{%
	\if\relax\detokenize{#1}\relax\else\ensuremath{^{#1}}\fi}
\newcommand*{\ruleref}[2][]{\textmd{\rulenamestyle{\ref{#2}}}\optionaldischarge{#1}}
\newcommand*{\fakeruleref}[2][]{\rulenamestyle{#2}\optionaldischarge{#1}}
% \rulename label
\newcommand*{\rulename}[1]{\rulenamestyle{\textlabel{#1}{#1}}}
% \inferhref name lab premise conclusion
\newcommand*{\inferhref}[4]{%
	\inferrule*[lab=\textlabel{#2}{#1}]{#3}{#4}%
}
% \infernH name premise conclusion, if name a valid label.
\newcommand*{\inferH}[3]{\inferhref{#1}{#1}{#2}{#3}}
\newcommand*{\axiom}[1]{\infer{}{#1}}
\newcommand*{\axiomhref}[3]{\inferhref{#1}{#2}{}{#3}}
\newcommand*{\axiomH}[2]{\inferH{#1}{}{#2}}
\newcommand*{\inferhrefB}[4]{{\BIIMP\inferhref{#1}{#2}{#3}{#4}}}
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\newcommand*{\inferB}[3][]{{\BIIMP\infer[#1]{#2}{#3}}}
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\newcommand*{\inferHB}[3]{{\BIIMP\inferH{#1}{#2}{#3}}}
\newcommand*{\taghref}[2]{\label{#2}\tag{\rulenamestyle{#1}}}
\newcommand*{\tagH}[1]{\taghref{#1}{#1}}

% The sanity checks in \lbind and \llabel
% don't work properly in amsmath environments
% which perhaps lay out their contents more
% than once. Use \lbind in such cases.
% Sigh.

\newcommand*{\tagL}[1]{\lbind{#1}\tag*{\llabel{#1}}}

\newcommand*\ind[1][\quad]{#1\TAB=\TAB+}
\newcommand*\unind{\TAB-}

\newcommand\IND[1][\quad]{\\*\ind[#1]}
\newcommand\UNIND{\unind \\}

% Attribution: http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/119473/tabbing-and-line-wrapping
\newlength\pf@width
\newcommand*{\CMT}[1]{%
	\setlength\pf@width{\linewidth}%
	\addtolength\pf@width{\@totalleftmargin}%
	\addtolength\pf@width{-\dimen\@curtab}%
	\parbox[t]{\pf@width}{\nobelowdisplayskip{#1}\ifhmode\strut\fi}}

\colorlet{rescolor}{rgb:red,0;green,30;blue,55}
\colorlet{ctxcolor}{black}
\colorlet{codecolor}{rgb:red,76;green,177;blue,36}

\newcommand*\res[1]{{\color{rescolor}\ensuremath{#1}}}
%When \left\{ … \right\} looks ugly, remember Dave says you want \bracket.
\NewDocumentCommand{\RES}{s m O{}}{%
	$\displaystyle{{\left\{\res{%
				\IfBooleanTF{#1}{\begin{inbox}[l]#2\end{inbox}}{#2}%
			}\right\}}_{#3}}$}

\NewDocumentCommand{\ARES}{m O{}}{%
	${\displaystyle{\bracket\langle\rangle{\color{rescolor}{#1}}}_{#2}}$}

\newcommand*{\CODE}[1]{%
	${\displaystyle{\color{codecolor}#1}}$}

\newcommand*{\VARS}[1]{%
	Vars: ${\color{ctxcolor}\displaystyle{#1}}$}
\newcommand*{\CTX}[1]{%
	Context: ${\color{ctxcolor}\displaystyle{#1}}$}

\newcommand*{\GOAL}[1]{%
	Goal: ${\displaystyle{#1}}$}
\newcommand*{\SUFF}[1]{%
	Suff: ${\displaystyle{#1}}$}

\newcommand*{\PFHAVE}[1]{%
	Have: ${\displaystyle{#1}}$}

\let\pf@origqedhere\qedhere
\def\pf@setup{%
	% A version of \qedhere that accounts for tabbing.
	\def\qedhere{\TAB`\pf@origqedhere}%
}

\newcommand*{\TAGL}[1]{\TAB`\llabel{#1}}

% The starred version lacks leading and trailing vertical space.
\newenvironment{proofoutline*}
{\partopsep=\z@skip \topsep=\z@skip% avoid initial space
	\parskip\z@skip% avoid trailing space
	\pf@setup\par\begingroup\Tabbing\ignorespaces}
{\endTabbing\endgroup\unskip\ignorespacesafterend}

\newenvironment{proofoutline}
{\pf@setup\par\begingroup\Tabbing\ignorespaces}
{\endTabbing\endgroup\ignorespacesafterend}

\endinput