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richter at math.umn.edu
Sun Aug 2 01:55:58 CEST 2009
On Fri, 31 Jul 2009, Themis Matsoukas wrote:
> The memoir class lets you define a \newcomment environment that allows you to
> show/hide its contents at will (meman.pdf, page 313).
> On Jul 31, 2009, at 11:15 AM, Wayne Richter wrote:
>> Is there a convenient way to get a PDF file from a math latex file that
>> prints just: Definitions;
>> statement of Theorems, Lemmas, etc;
>> (perhaps) Remarks (some flexibility would be nice)
>> but no Proofs or general exposition?
>> It is possible to comment everything unwanted out,
>> but there must be an easier way. Is there a package or
>> some other convenient way of doing this? Perhaps within a table of contents
>> Wayne Richter
Thanks. I have used the memoir class in the past. I tried to do it with
an ams class, by using comment.sty to omit all proofs, but don't know what
I am doing, and maybe comment.sty is not the thing to use.
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