THE RELABEL SYSTEM By Peter Ungar, 4/22/1994, firstname.lastname@example.org, 914 723 7187 RELABEL is a system for convenient relabeling in mathematical manuscripts as one makes changes. It is intended to be used with TeX or LaTeX source texts, but can be used with any text file and possibly even with some formatted files. The greatest advantage of RELABEL compared to any TeX macro based reference system, such as the one in LaTeX, is that with the latter one gets a permanent discrepancy between the labels in the source text and the typeset text. RELABEL also requires less extra typing than the LaTeX macros; usually just a single byte in each label or reference in addition to what will be printed. The following RELABEL files are available: Relabeldocument.txt Detailed instructions for using RELABEL on Macintosh or MS-DOS computers. relabeli.exe (binary) executable MS-DOS RELABEL program relabeli.pas Turbo Pascal source text for the above relabelmac.exe (macbinary) executable Macintosh RELABEL program relabelmac.pas Turbo Pascal for Macintosh source text for the above relex2i.txt and relex3i.txt: Example files for IBM-compatible computers relex2i.txt and relex3m.txt: Example files for Macintosh computers. (This file slightly updated 2008-Aug-18, JH.)
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