README for the `inputtrc' package Tracing Which File Loads Which (C) Uwe Lueck 2012/10/10 http://www.contact-ednotes.sty.de.vu `inputtrc.sty' produces screen/log messages `<current> INPUTTING <next>' on LaTeX input commands, <current> and <next> being file names. The message indents reflect the input nesting level. This can be turned on and off, and the "indent unit" can be chosen. `RETURNING TO <current>' may be added. These messages should help when you otherwise get a screen message about some input line number and wonder in which file that is. The implementation somewhat resembles packages `currfile', `filehook', `FiNK', and `inputfile'. Typesetting the documentation requires the 'nicetext' bundle, http://ctan.org/pkg/nicetext `inputtrc' is author-maintained in the sense of LPPL below. `inputtrc.sty', its documentation `inputtrc.pdf', and the latter's source `inputtrc.tex' can be redistributed and/or modified under the terms of the LaTeX Project Public License; either version 1.3c of the License, or any later version. The latest version of this license is in http://www.latex-project.org/lppl.txt We did our best to help you, but there is NO WARRANTY. Please report bugs, problems, and suggestions via http://www.contact-ednotes.sty.de.vu
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inputtrc – Trace which file loads which
The package produces screen/log messages of the form ‘<current> INPUTTING <next>’ reporting LaTeX input commands (<current> and <next> being file names). The message is indented to reflect the level of input nesting.
Tracing may be turned on and off, and the unit of indentation may be adjusted.
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MiKTeX as inputtrc