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JadeTeX is a set of LaTeX macros. JadeTeX process the output from the TeX backend to Jade or OpenJade.
Note that Jade and JadeTeX uses DSSSL to produce formatted output from SGML or XML source files. Debian also provides SGML/XML document formatting using XSL stylesheets instead of DSSSL; that is provided by other packages, such as passivetex, xsltproc, and fop.
JadeTeX for Debian ------------------ To use jadetex, you just do: > jade -t tex <SGML_FILE> Which produces `basename <SGMLFILE>`.tex, a.k.a., <SGML_TEX_FILE>, and then: > jadetex <SGML_TEX_FILE> If running jadetex gives you 'capacity exceeded' messages, please contact email@example.com. -- Adam Di Carlo <firstname.lastname@example.org> Marcus Brinkmann <email@example.com>, Fri, 10 Jul more»
You can put a file jadetex.cfg if you want to override jadetex's or pdfjadtex's default behavior. It seems that pretty much any TeX code can go in there, but here are some common things. This file just goes in whatever the current directory where jadetex is being run from. * Two-Sided Pages Sometimes, you will want JadeTeX will start chapters and such on the recto side, and try to keep the to more»
README.source The source package uses quilt for the modifications of the upstream source. If you want to change something it is best to use the quilt approach as documented in /usr/share/doc/quilt/README.source
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jadetex (3.13-12) unstable; urgency=low * update format defintions and ini file to comply with wh more»
2002-01-14 09:12 icastle * jadetex.dtx, ucharacters.sty, uentities.sty: Add support for euro sym more»