[Tugindia] Re: tugindia Digest, Vol 37, Issue 8

Steve Peter speter at dandy.net
Fri Jan 13 18:00:49 CET 2006

On Jan 13, 2006, at 10:17 AM, cdatta at vsnl.com wrote:

> What is it?
> ProTeX is a perl(1) script to produce a LaTeX compatible document  
> from a GMAO (formerly DAO) Fortran source code with standard ProTeX  
> prologues. For a more detailed description of ProTeX functionality,  
> GMAO (DAO) Prologue and other conventions, consult:
>     Sawyer, W., and A. da Silva, 1997: ProTeX: A Sample Fortran 90  
> Source Code Documentation System. DAO Office Note 97-11.
> ***********
> i wonder if there is some confusion in comparing the two for  
> learning latex.

What was being recommended was ProTeXt, not ProTeX. See http:// 
www.tug.org/protext/ for more information. The main advantage of  
ProTeXt over TeX Live for Windows is ease of installation and  
subsequent maintenance.


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