> Matthew Swift <[log in to unmask]>:
> >There are benefits to the original \include system, but they are not
> >so great that others should not be considered.  The \include system
> >does not let you do anything you couldn't do with \input. It just
> >makes it more convenient for long documents.  These conveniences don't
> >seem as wonderful in days of more powerful equipment...
>
>   This is one aspect that I have in my mind: Computers are getting so fast
> that making a full compile every once in a while does not hurt.

Every once in a while, maybe.  Every time, definitely not.  Computers
get faster, and so do discs.  But discs get faster slower than
computers (as it were).  I can assure you that I don't want to run my
600 files through latex because I've changed one 2-pager...

Robin