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== Description ==  
 
== Description ==  
When part of the job <tt>myjob.tex</tt>, {{cmd|savebuffer|[buffer][suffix]}} saves a list of buffers to <tt>myjob-suffix.tmp</tt>. Each new buffer, including the first, is preceded by a newline.
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When part of the job <tt>myjob.tex</tt>, {{cmd|savebuffer|[buffer][suffix]}} saves a list of buffers to <tt>myjob-suffix.tmp</tt>. Each new buffer, including the first, is preceded by a newline. You can suppress the jobname prefix if you use the key-value variant{{since|2013|jan 2013}}.
  
 
== Example ==
 
== Example ==

Revision as of 17:57, 1 January 2013

\savebuffer

Syntax

\savebuffer[buffer names][filename]
[buffer names] a comma-separated list of buffers you want to save.
[filename] e.g. XX results in the buffer being saved to the file jobname-XX.tmp
\savebuffer[...=...]
list list of buffer names
file filename to save to
prefix yes no whether to add the jobname- prefix to the filename

Description

When part of the job myjob.tex, \savebuffer[buffer][suffix] saves a list of buffers to myjob-suffix.tmp. Each new buffer, including the first, is preceded by a newline. You can suppress the jobname prefix if you use the key-value variant[since 2013].

Example

\startbuffer[test]
Oranges and lemons
\stopbuffer

\savebuffer[test][whatever]

\savebuffer[list=test,file=something,prefix=no]

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