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knuth-pdf – PDF library of C/WEB sources in Live

Here you find a large collection of PDF documents for many C/WEB programs in Live, both in their original form as written by their respective authors, and in the changed form as they are actually used in the Live system. Care has been taken to keep the section numbering intact, so that you can study the sources and their changes in parallel. Also included is the collection of ‘errata’ for Donald Knuth's “Computers & Typesetting” series.

Although not all the texts here are written or maintained by Donald Knuth, it is more convenient for everything to be collected in one place for reading and searching. And they all stem from the system that Knuth created. The central entry point is the ‘index’ file, with links to the individual documents, either in HTML or in PDF format.

If you believe to have found anything that remains technically, historically, typographically, or politically incorrect in any of these files, please feel free to report bugs in and friends or contact the maintainer directly.

The “License” of the knuth-pdf package is “Public Domain” and it covers only the contents of this package, not the various (and varying) “free software” licenses of the presented software codes.

In part knuth-pdf is an update and replacement for the latex-tds package.

This is version “1.1” of the knuth-pdf package — 2021-03-17, Andreas Scherer.

Download the contents of this package in one zip archive (44.4M).

knuth-pdf – PDF collection of typeset C/WEB sources in Live

Here you find a large collection of PDF documents for many C/WEB programs in Live, both in their original form as written by their respective authors, and in the changed form as they are actually used in the Live system. Care has been taken to keep the section numbering intact, so that you can study the sources and their changes in parallel. Also included is the collection of “errata” for Donald Knuth’s “Computers & Typesetting series”.

Although not all the texts here are written or maintained by Donald Knuth, it is more convenient for everything to be collected in one place for reading and searching. They all stem from the system that Knuth created. The central entry point is the “index” file, with links to the individual documents, either in HTML or in PDF format.

Packageknuth-pdf
Supporthttps://tug.org/texmfbug
Repositoryhttps://github.com/ascherer/web
Version1.1 2021-03-17
LicensesPublic Domain Software
MaintainerAndreas Scherer
Contained inTeX Live as knuth-pdf
TopicsCollection
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