context-filter – Run external programs on the contents of a start-stop environment
The filter module provides a simple interface to run external programs on the contents of a start-stop environment. Options are available to run the external program only if the content of the environment has changed, to specify how the program output should be read back, and to choose the name of the temporary files that are created. The module is compatible with both MkII and MkIV.
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|Copyright||2010 Aditya Mahajan
|Contained in||TeX Live as context-filter|
run an external program from within a document
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