[OS X TeX] damn... how to surpress chapter titles?

William Adams wadams at atlis.com
Mon Jul 1 16:47:36 CEST 2002

Bruno said:
>It's not really Mac OS X-specific stuff. I don't know about the FAQs, 
>but generally when you want to fine-tune the output of LaTeX you need to:

>- first look at the LaTeX Companion (fairly outdated); and, if your 
>question isn't answered there,

>- look at how the output of LaTeX is created in the various files 
>defining the LaTeX format.

Is there an easy / automatic way to get LaTeX to spit out a file which
provides all of the formatting values for a given file so that one may
up-date them?

Or has something along those lines been considered for LaTeX3?

(At a minimum, I hope they're going to do away with hard-coding things
like the spacing of elements in the ToC)

Lastly, anyone here have any information on graphical interfaces for
batch pagination / composition systems? Links, or anecdotal experience
they'd be willing to share? (I've got some ideas for one, and want to
see if it's already been done or no).



William Adams, publishing specialist
ATLIS Graphics & Design / 717-731-6707 voice / 717-731-6708 fax
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