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Matthew Swift <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 7 Oct 1997 04:08:20 -0400
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Oops.  I just replaced newclude.tgz with one that also includes
prebuilt documentation files newclude.dvi and moredefs.dvi.

I forgot that to build the documentation as I suggested requires
almost the entire corpus of my Frankenstein bundle.

>>>>> "M" == Matthew Swift <[log in to unmask]> writes:


    M> contains my attempt at implementing a new \include system.

    M> The tar file unpacks into ./newclude.

    M> In ./newclude, type "make newclude.dvi" to get documentation on
    M> the code and discussion of the problems, various solutions I
    M> attempted, and their limitations and failures.  Some macros
    M> aren't well documented, but most are, since I got this package
    M> pretty close to release quality.

    M> Sorry I don't have a good test file.  In this case one is not
    M> too hard to make.

    M> You must cp *.sto *.sty to where LaTeX can find them.

    M> Note -- I'm still using LaTeX 1996/12/1 patchlevel 1, so
    M> perhaps something is broken with later versions.  Newclude
    M> naturally redefines some basic \include and \write macros in
    M> the kernel.  You can grow old doing sysadmin, and in my old age
    M> I let Thomas Esser handle the majority of my TeX installation
    M> for me.

    M> Matt Swift