[texhax] Any crazy math formulas for testing a TeX language interpreter
herries.press at earthlink.net
Wed Jan 13 21:59:27 CET 2016
On 13/01/16 20:17, Deyan Ginev wrote:
> On 01/13/2016 02:46 PM, Barbara Beeton wrote:
>> re the bcs test, doug mckenna reports:
>> Fortunately, Barbara Beeton kindly found in archives and sent me the entire bcs test ported to the plain format. I pasted all of its source code into my monograph test file and, feeling like I was about to jump off a cliff, typeset it with both pdfTeX and JSBox.
>> what i sent wasn't ported from latex to
>> plain; it was (i believe) the original
>> which *was* prepared in plain tex. the
>> file is dated october 1985, which may
>> be later than the original date, but is
>> certainly from before latex was really
>> in wide use.
> In the interest of all reading the thread, would you mind sharing the
> file in a publicly-accessible way? Say as a GitHub gist, pastebin,
> or something of the sort?
>  http://gist.github.com/
>  http://pastebin.com/
I always thought that CTAN was publicly accessible.
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