Projects / tex2pdf


tex2pdf (formerly lyx2pdf) is a script that generates a PDF document from a LaTeX or LyX document using pdf(la)tex and other tools. There is a bash shell and Perl implementation available.

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Recent releases

  •  30 Jul 2002 00:42

    Release Notes: Support for postprocessing with ppower, support for metapost and multimetapost files, better support for bitmap graphics (JPG/TIF/PNG), support for glossary and authorindex, recognition of bibliographies in included documents, support for multiline LaTeX tags, regulation of verbosity, and many adjustments for better handling of special cases.

    •  14 Nov 2001 03:59

      Release Notes: This is the first stable Perl release, with totally rewritten parameter/option handling, removal of any unnecessary shell commands (no more sed problems), much better handling of referenced files, and many other internal changes.

      •  11 Sep 2001 00:32

        Release Notes: More parameters, configuration for each user with an RC file, command line options, and proper support of multifile documents.

        •  10 Apr 2001 20:30

          Release Notes: Optional makeindex support has been added. Some bugs have been fixed.

          •  17 Mar 2001 17:11

            Release Notes: Functionality as a LyX export command (a drop-in replacement of pdflatex), and various bugfixes and improvements.


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