[OS X TeX] .ps graphics, pdflatex, and priority
ross.moore at mq.edu.au
Sun Sep 16 22:56:00 CEST 2012
On 17/09/2012, at 5:17, Charles Shooshan <chasshoo at snet.net> wrote:
> Good day!
> 3. I noticed that some online examples would suggest that I break my two-line file into four lines (for readability?) like this:
> repstopdf #1 --outfile=\OutputFile
> Should I do this as a matter of style?
While not necessary to have it work, I would say that this kind of separation certainly makes your coding more readable, and better structured.
The line starting repstopdf becomes a command for a different processor — the unix shell — so it makes good sense to separate it visually from the surrounding LaTeX syntax.
IMHO it is a good idea, generally, to keep totally different concepts well separated visually within your source coding.
> Thank you,
Hope this helps,
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