[texhax] Information about document in the document
Tom Backer Johnsen
backer at psych.uib.no
Wed Oct 8 15:34:06 CEST 2008
Dr Nicola L C Talbot wrote:
> Tom Backer Johnsen wrote:
>> For some of the documents I write I would like to include a line in
>> the upper left corner of the first page containing (a) the directory
>> and name of the main file, and (b) the date and the time the document
>> was printed. At the same time I would like to drop the date that
>> appears by default when using the \maketitle command.
>> I know about the \jobname command which gives the name of the main
>> file (without the extension), but how do I get hold of the (full)
>> directory path and the date/time?
> The datetime package provides a command for printing the current time
> (you can change the format). I think the fink package provides a command
> to access the directory name.
> Nicola Talbot
The datetime package looks fine (I assume you are the person behind that
one, so thank you!), but I am less sure about fink, so far I have been
unable locate any documentation. I'll keep searching.
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