CTAN update: bundledoc
Date: April 10, 2010 7:25:03 PM CEST
with jim otherwise engaged, the ol' daemon's going to be working hard...
> The following information was provided by the package's contributor.
> Name of contribution: bundledoc
> Author's name: Scott Pakin
> Location on CTAN: support/bundledoc/
> Summary description: Bundle together all the files needed to build a LaTeX document
> License type: lppl
> Announcement text given by the package's contributor:
> bundledoc is a post-processor for the snapshot package that bundles
> together all the classes, packages, 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 3.0 of bundledoc retains in the generated archive the
> document's directory structure; provides support for including only
> document files, not parts of LaTeX; lets the user control at a
> fine-grained level exactly which files are included or excluded; and
> improves the handling of filenames containing spaces. The tetex.cfg
> configuration file has been replaced by a (virtually identical)
> texlive-unix.cfg file. Thanks to Marius Kleiner and Fabien
> Vignes-Tourneret for their contributions to this release.
thanks for the upload; i have installed the new version, and updated the
catalogue repository (somewhat more than usual for a package update).
> Users may view the package catalogue entry at
> or they may browse the package directory at
the web copy of the catalogue entry will change a fair bit, overnight.
For the CTAN team
bundledoc – Bundle together all the files needed to build a LaTeX 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 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.
A script, arlatex, provides an alternative
“archiving” mechanism, creating a single LaTeX
file that contains all of the ancillary files of a LaTeX document,
together with the document itself, using the
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