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CTAN update: bundledoc

Date: August 27, 2014 8:31:18 AM CEST
Scott Pakin submitted an update to the bundledoc package. Version number: 3.2 License type: lppl Summary description: Bundle together all the files needed to build a LaTeX document. Announcement text:
bundledoc is a post-processor for the snapshot package that bundles together all the classes, package's, and files needed to build a given LaTeX document. It reads the .dep file that snapshot produces, finds each of the files mentioned therein, and archives them into a single .tar.gz (or .zip, or whatever) file, suitable for moving across systems, transmitting to a colleague, etc. As an added bonus, this distribution includes a small script called arlatex. arlatex is a LaTeX-specific archiving program that combines a bunch of files into a single .tex file. When the .tex file is run through latex, all of the original files are recreated and the LaTeX document is built. bundledoc can be easily configured to use arlatex as its archiver in place of tar, zip, etc. Version 3.2 includes a new texlive-unix-arlatex.cfg script that facilitates using arlatex with bundledoc. arlatex-generated .tex files now use the filecontents package if available. bundledoc has been modified to work slightly better when given filenames containing spaces (although I'm sure that bugs in filename processing still remain).
This package is located at http://mirror.ctan.org/support/bundledoc More information is at http://www.ctan.org/pkg/bundledoc We are supported by the TeX Users Group http://www.tug.org . Please join a users group; see http://www.tug.org/usergroups.html .
Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Manfred Lotz

bundledoc – Bundle together all the files needed to build a document

The bundledoc package is a post-processor for the snapshot package that bundles together all the classes, packages and files needed to build a given document. It reads the .dep file that snapshot produces, finds each of the files mentioned therein, and archives them into a single .tar.gz (or .zip, or whatever) file, suitable for moving across systems, transmitting to a colleague, etc.

A script, arlatex, provides an alternative “archiving” mechanism, creating a single file that contains all of the ancillary files of a document, together with the document itself, using the filecontents* environment.

Packagebundledoc
Version3.4 2019-09-08
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MaintainerScott Pakin

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