[OS X TeX] How do you use texexec to burst a pdf?

Ramón Figueroa-Centeno ramonf at hawaii.edu
Fri Apr 10 04:35:47 CEST 2009


> What's the output of 'texexec --help'.

TeXExec | version 6.2.0 - 1997-2006 - PRAGMA ADE/POD

TeXExec | --check        check versions
TeXExec | --figures      generate overview of figures
TeXExec | --listing      list of file content
TeXExec | --make         make formats
TeXExec | --modules      generate module documentation
TeXExec | --mpgraphic    process mp file to stand-alone graphics
TeXExec | --mpstatic     process mp/ctx file to stand-alone graphics
TeXExec | --mptex        process mp file
TeXExec | --mpxtex       process mpx file
TeXExec | --pdfarrange   impose pages (booklets)
TeXExec | --pdfcombine   combine multiple pages
TeXExec | --pdfcopy      copy pages from file(s)
TeXExec | --pdfselect    select pages from file(s)
TeXExec | --pdfsplit     split file in pages
TeXExec | --pdftrim      trim pages from file(s)
TeXExec | --process      process file
TeXExec | 
TeXExec | --help --all   shows all switches


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