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CTAN up­load: run­tex

Date: Au­gust 30, 2005 4:46:06 PM CEST
On Mon, 29 Aug 2005, Bernd Becker sub­mit­ted a new pack­age called run­tex to CTAN. Lo­ca­tion on CTAN: /sup­port/run­tex/run­tex.zip Sum­mary de­scrip­tion: runs TeX or a vari­ant and var­i­ous utils if needed (win­dows) Li­cense type: pd An­nounce­ment text:
A Win32 pro­gram(me) that tries to guess the num­ber of times - if you ne­glected to tell it how of­ten - [pdf][e][La]TeX should be ex­e­cuted and which other util­i­ties - cur­rently makein­dex, xindy, Me­taPost, Me­taFont, and BibTeX - if at all are run af­ter the first TeX run. Tem­po­rary files will be deleted if noth­ing went wrong and you told it to. Not all the func­tion­al­ity got tested (don't use BibTeX or glos­saries cur­rently) but it ought to work if I haven't over­looked any bugs.
In ad­di­tion, the source code is avail­able as /sup­port/run­tex/run­tex_src.zip An­nounce­ment text:
This is the ANSI/POSIX C source code for run­tex. As I use MinGW I don't know if the make­file does any­thing use­ful if run with MSVC, but I have my doubts. It shouldn't take too much ef­fort to port it to unix if one wants to, but some ANSI/POSIX func­tions were de­fined dif­fer­ently by MS so it won't com­pile out of the box, sorry.
Thanks for the up­load. Rainer Schöpf

run­tex – Win­dows pro­gram to run vari­ant and var­i­ous utils as needed

A Win32 pro­gram(me) that tries to guess the num­ber of times— if you ne­glected to tell it how of­ten—[pdf][e][La] should be ex­e­cuted and which other util­i­ties—cur­rently makein­dex, xindy, , , and BibTeX—if at all are run af­ter the first run. You can ask it to delete tem­po­rary files if noth­ing went wrong.

Pack­agerun­tex
Ver­sion0.1.0
Main­tainerBernd Becker

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