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--- latexmk.1.orig	2010-07-06 10:27:08.602288512 -0600
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+++ latexmk.1	2010-07-06 10:41:12.410475272 -0600
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@@ -228,7 +228,7 @@
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 .TP
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 .B -diagnostics
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 Print detailed diagnostics during a run.  This may help for debugging
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-problems or to understand \fI.latexmk\fR's behavior in difficult
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+problems or to understand \fIlatexmk\fR's behavior in difficult
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 situations. 
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 .TP
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 .B -dvi
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@@ -735,14 +735,14 @@
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 \fBCommand names containing spaces\fR: Under MS-Windows it is common
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 that the name of a command includes spaces, since software is often
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-installed in a subdirectory of "C:\Program Files".  Such command names
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+installed in a subdirectory of "C:\\Program Files".  Such command names
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 should be enclosed in double quotes, as in
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 .PP
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      $lpr_pdf = '"c:/Program Files/Ghostgum/gsview/gsview32.exe" /p %S';
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 .PP
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 \fBUsing MS-Windows file associations\fR: A useful trick under modern
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 versions of MS-Windows (e.g., WinXP) is to use just the command
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-'start' by itself:
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+\'start' by itself:
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 .PP
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      $dvi_previewer = 'start %S';
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 .PP
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@@ -1127,13 +1127,13 @@
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 This variable specifies the extensions tried by latexmk when it finds
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 that a LaTeX run resulted in an error that a file has not been found,
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 and the file is given without an extension.  This typically happens when
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-LaTeX commands of the form \input{file} or \includegraphics{figure},
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+LaTeX commands of the form \\input{file} or \\includegraphics{figure},
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 when the relevant source file does not exist.
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 In this situation, latexmk searches for custom dependencies to make
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 the missing file(s), but restricts it to the extensions specified by
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 the variable %latex_input_extensions.  The default extensions are
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-'tex' and 'eps'.
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+\'tex' and 'eps'.
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 (For Perl experts: %latex_input_extensions is a hash whose keys are
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 the extensions.  The values are irrelevant.)  Two subroutines are
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@@ -1240,13 +1240,13 @@
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 This variable specifies the extensions tried by latexmk when it finds
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 that a pdfLaTeX run resulted in an error that a file has not been found,
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 and the file is given without an extension.  This typically happens when
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-LaTeX commands of the form \input{file} or \includegraphics{figure},
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+LaTeX commands of the form \\input{file} or \\includegraphics{figure},
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 when the relevant source file does not exist.
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 In this situation, latexmk searches for custom dependencies to make
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 the missing file(s), but restricts it to the extensions specified by
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 the variable %pdflatex_input_extensions.  The default extensions are
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-'tex', 'pdf', 'jpg, and 'png'.
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+\'tex', 'pdf', 'jpg, and 'png'.
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 (For Perl experts: %pdflatex_input_extensions is a hash whose keys are
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 the extensions.  The values are irrelevant.)  Two subroutines are