2009-08-19 Installation TeX

count number of words / compter le nombre de mots

  • Pour compter le nombre de mots et de caractères d'un document latex, il suffit d'installer deTeX et de lancer la simple ligne de commande
    detex MonFichier.tex | wc -w
  • alternatively, you may use
    pdftotext MonFichier.pdf - | wc -w
  • in TexShop there's a "Statistics..." interface to the same technique.
  • on MacOsX, to install appropriate tools, use MacPorts and
    sudo port install detex
    sudo port install xpdf +a4 +with_poppler

including source code in a document with pretty printing

  • use
    \usepackage{attachfile}

    or

    \usepackage{filecontents}
  • see documentation:
    texdoc attachfile

referring to table or image

  • referring to table or image (and not to the bottom of it)
    \usepackage{hypcap}

framed box

  • make a framed box around text (and configure space) :
    \setlength\fboxsep{1pt}
    \setlength\fboxrule{0.5pt}
    \fbox{text}

convert a collection of JPGs to a pdf

\listfiles
\documentclass{minimal}
\usepackage{graphicx}
\usepackage[active,graphics,tightpage]{preview}
\begin{document}
\includegraphics{pic1}
\includegraphics{pic2}
\includegraphics{pic3}
\end{document}
  • or
for f in *.jpg ; do convert $f `basename $f .jpg`.pdf ; done
  • or  slideshow.tex TeX file
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\pdfcatalog{/PageMode/FullScreen}\pdfcompresslevel=0
\pdfhorigin0pt\pdfvorigin0pt
\def\process#1 {\setbox0\hbox{\pdfximage width 20cm {#1}%
  \pdfrefximage\pdflastximage}%
  \pdfpagewidth=\wd0 \pdfpageheight=\ht0 \shipout\box0\par}
\everypar{\setbox0\lastbox\process} \input dir \end
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Usage:
ls *.jpg > dir
pdftex slideshow

more fonts

  • on the mac, out of the box with i-installer
    The gwTeX part of this distribution contains all the setup files you need to use a couple of fonts from your Mac. The setup has been created by Thomas A. Schmitz (he did the main work) and Adam Lindsay, hence the naming: gtamacfonts.
    To use these fonts with LaTeX, put e.g. the following in your file:
            \usepackage[T1]{fontenc}
            \usepackage{gtamachoefler}
    Such a style file will make Hoefler Text the serif (roman) text font and Gill Sans the sans serif font. The following basic styles are available:
            gtamacbaskerville.sty
            gtamacdidot.sty
            gtamacgeorgia.sty
            gtamachoefler.sty
    There are  more. See the manual for details. For the same effect using ConTeXt, enter e.g.:
            \usetypescriptfile[type-gtamacfonts]
            \usetypescript[Hoefler][ec]
            \setupbodyfont[Hoefler,12pt]
    Example documents and a manual can be found in the texmf.gwtex/doc/fonts/gtamacfonts subdirectory. To get the manual you can type "texdoc gtamacfonts" in a Terminal window.
  • Latin Modern
    \usepackage[T1]{fontenc}
    \usepackage{lmodern}

Installation TeX

Tex on MacOsX

  • !TexLive is the most recent /easy distribution. You may add new packages easilly in $HOME/Library/texmf (see a reference) or using the TexLive tool: tlmgr
  • to install :
    wget http://ftp.klid.dk/ftp/texlive/tlnet/mactex-2009-sept-20.mpkg.zip
    unzip mactex-2009-sept-20.mpkg.zip
    sudo installer -pkg MacTeX-2009.mpkg -target /

    (check before on http://ftp.klid.dk/ftp/texlive/tlnet/ the correct name)

  • I had to set up a new source repository :
    sudo tlmgr option location http://ftp.klid.dk/ftp/texlive/tlnet
  • to upgrade
    sudo tlmgr update --self
    sudo tlmgr update --all

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