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# This is the system-wide configuration file for latexmk version 4.11.
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# See the latexmk(1) man page for more information.
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#
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# The following options are given their default values.
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# Uncomment them and change the values if the defaults do not suit your needs.
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# When previewing, whether to make the viewer read from the generated file or
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# from a temporary copy
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# $always_view_file_via_temporary = 0;
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# If nonzero, DVI-to-postscript conversion adds a banner message on each page
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# $banner = 0;
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# The darkness of the banner, a number between 0 (black) and 1 (white)
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# $banner_intensity = 0.95;
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# The banner message to print across each page if $banner is nonzero
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# $banner_message = 'DRAFT';
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# The size of the banner message (about 1100 divided by the message length)
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# $banner_scale = 220;
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# Directories where BibTeX should look for .bib files.
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# $BIBINPUTS = $ENV('BIBINPUTS') || '.'
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# The name of the BibTeX executable
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# $bibtex = 'bibtex %O %B';
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# The switch that puts BibTeX in silent mode
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# $bibtex_silent_switch = '-terse';
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# Extra file extensions to remove when cleaning
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# $clean_ext = "";
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# Extra file extensions to remove when doing a full clean
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# $clean_full_ext = "";
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# Whether to clean latexmk's file database too
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# $cleanup_fdb = 0;
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# Whether cleanup deletes files generated by (pdf)latex, found from \openout
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# lines in the log file.
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# $cleanup_includes_generated = 0
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# How much cleaning to do: 0 specifies normal operation (no cleaning),
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# 1 specifies a full cleanup, and 2 specifies a cleanup that leaves DVI,
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# PostScript, and PDF files.
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# $cleanup_mode = 0;
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# Whether to just cleanup, or also generate files
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# $cleanup_only = 0;
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# A custom dependency list; see the man page for details
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# @cus_dep_list = ();
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# The default list of files to not be processed; see the man page for details
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# @default_excluded_files = ( );
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# The default list of files to be processed; see the man page for details
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# @default_files = ('*.tex');
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# Whether to display lists of dependencies
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# $dependents_list = 0;
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# Whether to get diagnostic output from latexmk
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# $diagnostics = 0;
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# Whether to change to the directory of the source file
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# $do_cd = 0;
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# The DVI file filter to be run on newly produced DVI files
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# $dvi_filter = '';
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# Always make a DVI file
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# $dvi_mode = 0;
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# The command to start a DVI previewer
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# $dvi_previewer = 'start xdvi %O %S';
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$dvi_previewer = 'xdg-open %O %S';
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# The command to start a DVI previewer in landscape mode
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# $dvi_previewer_landscape = 'start xdvi -paper usr %O %S';
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$dvi_previewer_landscape = 'xdg-open %O %S';
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# The command to run when the DVI viewer is set to be updated by a command
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# $dvi_update_command = '';
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# How to make the DVI viewer update its display when the DVI file changes.
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# See the man page for a description of each method.
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# $dvi_update_method = 2;
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$dvi_update_method = 1;
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# When DVI update method 2 is used, the number of the Unix signal to send
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# $dvi_update_signal = $signo{USR1}
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# The command to convert a DVI file into a PDF file.
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# See the warnings on the man page
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# $dvipdf = 'dvipdf %O %S %D';
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# The command to convert a DVI file into a PostScript file
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# $dvips = 'dvips %O -o %D %S';
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# The command to convert a DVI file into a PostScript file in landscape mode
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# $dvips_landscape = 'dvips -tlandscape %O -o %D %S';
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# Command line switch for dvips when a PDF file is to be generated
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# $dvips_pdf_switch = '-P pdf';
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# Command line switch for dvips to make it run in silent mode
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# $dvips_silent_switch = '-q';
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# Which treatment of default extension and filenames with multiple extensions
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# is used.  The possibilities are:
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#   - miktex_old, for MikTeX version 1.20d or earlier
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#   - unix, for web2c 7.3.1 or later
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# $extension_treatment = 'unix';
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# The extension of the file which latexmk generates to contain a database
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# of information on source files.
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# $fdb_ext = 'fdb_latexmk';
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# Version number for kind of fdb_file
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# $fdb_ver = 2;
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# If nonzero, force latexmk to include files that don't exist when generating
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# dependency files.
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# $force_include_mode = 0;
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# If nonzero, continue processing past minor LaTeX errors
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# This option is made nonzero if the -pvc command line option is used.
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# $force_mode = 0;
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# The list of extensions for files that are generated in one run and consumed
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# by later runs of one of the LaTeX tools.  The 'aux' and 'bbl' extensions are
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# treated specially.
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# @generated_exts = ( 'aux', 'bbl', 'idx', 'ind', 'lof', 'lot', 'out', 'toc' );
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# 1 = process files regardless of timestamps
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# 2 = do a full cleanup first
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# $go_mode = 0;
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# The basename of generated files
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# $jobname = "";
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# The command to search for tex-related files
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# $kpsewhich = 'kpsewhich %S';
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# If nonzero, run in landscape mode; otherwise in portrait mode
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# $landscape_mode = 0;
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# The name of the LaTeX program
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# $latex = 'latex %O %S';
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# The command line switch to make LaTeX run in silent mode
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# $latex_silent_switch = '-interaction=batchmode';
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# Whether to treat log files as binary (1) or text (0).  This is normally only
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# necessary on Windows platforms with MikTeX, where some control characters are
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# embedded in the log file.
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# $log_file_binary = 0
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# The program that prints PostScript files
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# $lpr = 'lpr %O %S';
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# The program that prints DVI files
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# $lpr_dvi = 'NONE $lpr_dvi variable is not configured to allow printing of dvi files';
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# The program that prints PDF files
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# $lpr_pdf = 'NONE $lpr_pdf variable is not configured to allow printing of pdf files';
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# The name of the makeindex program
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# $makeindex = 'makeindex %O -o %D %S';
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# The command line switch to make makeindex run in silent mode
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# $makeindex_silent_switch = '-q';
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# The maximum number of times latex will be invoked in an effort to fix up
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# references.
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# $max_repeat = 5;
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# Set to 1 to give special treatment to Ctrl-c and Ctrl-Break in -pvc mode on
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# Windows.  This is unnecessary on Unix platforms.
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$MSWin_fudge_break = 0
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# This variable is used only when running in continuous-preview mode.  If zero,
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# check for a previously running previewer on the same file and update it.  If
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# nonzero, always start a new previewer.
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# $new_viewer_always = 0;
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# 0 = do not create a PDF file
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# 1 = Create a PDF file with pdflatex
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# 2 = Create a PDF file with ps2pdf
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# 3 = Create a PDF file with dvipdf
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# $pdf_mode = 0;
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# The command to invoke a PDF previewer
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# $pdf_previewer = 'start acroread %O %S';
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$pdf_previewer = 'xdg-open %O %S';
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# The command to run when the PDF viewer is set to be updated by a command
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# $pdf_update_command = '';
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# How to make the PDF viewer update its display when the PDF file changes.
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# See the man page for a description of each method.
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# $pdf_update_method = 1;
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# When PDF update method 2 is used, the number of the Unix signal to send
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# $pdf_update_signal = $signo{HUP}
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# The name of the LaTeX program that produces PDF files by default
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# $pdflatex = 'pdflatex %O %S';
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# The command line switch to make pdflatex run in silent mode
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# $pdflatex_silent_switch = '-interaction=batchmode';
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# Where the pid is in the output of $pscmd; see the man page
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# $pid_position = 1;
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# Always make a PostScript file
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# $postscript_mode = 0;
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# If nonzero, run a previewer to view the document and keep the DVI file up
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# to date
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# $preview_continuous_mode = 0;
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# If nonzero, run a previewer to preview the document
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# $preview_mode = 0;
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# The type of file to printout: 'dvi', 'none', 'pdf', or 'ps'
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# $print_type = 'ps';
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# If nonzero, print the document using lpr each time it is created
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# $printout_mode = 0;
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# Filter to run on newly created PostScript files
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# $ps_filter = '';
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# The command to invoke a PostScript previewer
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# $ps_previewer = 'start gv %O %S';
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$ps_previewer = 'xdg-open %O %S';
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# The command to invoke a PostScript previewer in landscape mode
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# $ps_previewer_landscape = 'start gv -swap %O %S';
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$ps_previewer_landscape = 'xdg-open %O %S';
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# The command to run when the PostScript viewer is set to be updated by a
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# command
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# $ps_update_command = '';
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# How to make the PostScript viewer update its display when the PostScript
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# file changes.  See the man page for a description of each method.
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# $ps_update_method = 0;
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$ps_update_method = 1;
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# When PostScript update method 2 is used, the number of the Unix signal to
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# send
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# $ps_update_signal = $signo{HUP}
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# Command to convert a PostScript file to a PDF file
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# $ps2pdf = 'ps2pdf %O %S %D';
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# Command used to list all the processes currently run by the user
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# $pscmd = "ps --width 200 -f -u $ENV{USER}";
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# When previewing in -pvc mode, whether to make the viewer read from the
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# generated file or from a temporary copy
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# $pvc_view_file_via_temporary = 1;
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# Quote filenames in external commands.  This is essential for filenames
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# containing spaces.
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# $quote_filenames = 1;
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# The character that separates paths in a list of paths
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# $search_path_separator = ':';
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# Whether to suppress latex messages
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# $silent = 0;
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# The time to sleep in seconds between checking for source file changes when
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# running in continuous update mode
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# $sleep_time = 2;
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# Space-separated list of extra files to search for when no files are specified
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# on the command line and the @default_files list is empty.  Wildcards are
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# allowed.  These files are in addition to *.tex in the current directory.
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# $texfile_search = "";
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# Directories where BibTeX should look for .bib files.
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# $TEXINPUTS = $ENV('TEXINPUTS') || '.'
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# The directory to store temporary files; omit the trailing '/'
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# $tmpdir = $ENV{TMPDIR} || '/tmp';
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# Which kind of file is to be previewed if a previewer is used.  The possible
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# values are 'default', 'dvi', 'ps', and 'pdf'.  The value of 'default' means
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# that the PDF is viewed if it is generated, else PostScript is viewed if it is
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# generated, else DVI is viewed.
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# $view = 'default';