[pdftex] Speeding up PDFLaTeX by skipping file inclusion
Joseph Hepburne Healy
j.healy at ugrad.unimelb.edu.au
Thu May 15 09:29:38 CEST 2003
Is is possible to do:
latex -> bibtex -> pdflatex
I think that should generate the necessary information for bibtex to run
and pdflatex should work fine as well.
On Wed, 14 May 2003, Kevin wrote:
> "K.R.Subramanian" wrote (by email)
> I believe you have to do pdflatex twice (just like you do latex twice
> above) to get all the references and citations straightened out. If you
> can use jpg, use that, as the files are quite compact.
> Yes, thank you for the correction. This further exagerates the speed
> latex -> bibtex -> latex -> latex -> dvips -> ps2pdf
> pdflatex -> bibtex -> pdflatex -> pdflatex
> Also, at the bottom of my original post, I meant to say that I am using
> the [pdftex] and *[dvips]* arguments to graphicx.sty as appropriate.
> I feel like I'm having pdflatex repeat work unnecessarily
> Does anyone know of a method around this?
> Thanks again,
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