excludeonly – Prevent files being \include-ed
The package defines an \excludeonly command, which is (in effect) the opposite of \includeonly. If both \includeonly and \excludeonly exist in a document, only files “allowed” by both will be included.
The package redefines the internal \@include command, so it conflicts with packages that do the same. Examples are the classes paper.cls and thesis.cls.
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Daniel H. Luecking
|Contained in||TeX Live as excludeonly|
MiKTeX as excludeonly
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