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On this page I'd like to see some texexec trickery and explanations. --[[User:Patrick Gundlach|pg]]
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==Command-Line Options==
<tr><td>--alone<td> bypass utilities (e.g. fmtutil for non-standard fmt)
<tr><td>--alone<td> bypass utilities (e.g. fmtutil for non-standard fmt)

Revision as of 05:30, 10 September 2005

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TODO: On this page I'd like to see some texexec trickery and explanations. --pg (See: To-Do List)

Command-Line Options

--alone bypass utilities (e.g. fmtutil for non-standard fmt)
--arrange process and arrange
--automprun MetaPost at runtime when needed
--autopdf Open the pdf viewer after the texexec run. See below.
--batch run in batch mode (don't pause)
--centerpage center the page on the paper
--color enable color (when not yet enabled)
--environment = name load some environments first. Name is: list of environments
--fast skip as much as possible
--figures = (a|b|c) typeset figure directory
room for corrections
just graphics
one (cropped) per page
--final add a final run without skipping
--format = name fmt file. name: format file (memory dump)
--help show this or more, e.g. '--help interface'
--input = name input file (if used). name: filename
--interface = (cz|de|en|it|nl|uk) user interface
--language = lang main hyphenation language. lang: standard abbreviation
--listing produce a verbatim listing
--make build format files
--mode = list running mode. list: modes to set
--module typeset tex/pl/mp module
--mpformat = name mem file. name: format file (memory dump)
--mptex run an MetaPost plus btex-etex cycle
--mpxtex generatet an MetaPostmpx file
--noarrange process but ignore arrange
--nomp don't run MetaPost at all
--nomprun don't run MetaPost at runtime
--nonstop run in non stop mode (don't pause)
--once run TeX only once (no TeXUtil either)
--output specials to use. Can be one of
dvipdfm Mark Wicks' dvi to pdf converter
dvipdfmx Jin-Hwan Cho's extended dvipdfm
dvips Thomas Rokicky's dvi to ps converter
dvipsone YandY's dvi to ps converter
dviwindo YandY's windows previewer
pdftex Han The Than's pdf backend
--pages = (even|odd|x,y:z) pages to output. x,y:z: pages x and y to z
--paper = AB paper input and output format. a4a3: A4 printed on A3, a5a4: A5 printed on A4
--passon switches to pass to TeX (--src for MikTeX)
--path = string document source path. string: path
--pdf produce PDF directly using pdf(e)tex
--pdfarrange arrange pdf pages
--pdfcombine combine pages to one page
--pdfcopy scale pages down/up
--pdfselect select pdf pages
--print = (up|down) page imposition scheme. down = 2 rotated pages per sheet doubleside, up = 2 pages per sheet doublesided
--result = filename resulting file will have that filename
--runs = n maximum number of TeX runs. n: number of runs
--screensaver turn graphic file into a (pdf) full screen file
--setfile load environment (batch) file
--silent minimize (status) messages
--suffix= string resulting file suffix. string: suffix
--tex = name TeX binary. name: binary of executable
--texroot = path root of tex trees. path: tex root
--textree = path additional texmf tree to be used. path: subpath of tex root
--texutil force TeXUtil run
--usemodule = name load some modules first name: list of modules
--verbose shows some additional info
--version display various version information
--xmlfilter = name apply XML filter. name: list of filters

Some features explained in detail


Currently works only on Windows and Linux. On Mac OS X there is no way to do this for Acrobat Reader 7.0 and Preview.app in a sophisticated way (= keep view), since they are not (apple-)scriptable. You can use TeXniscope or TeXshop that does that automatically.