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Re: pdfjadetext (was Re: styleheets)
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- Subject: Re: pdfjadetext (was Re: DOCBOOK: styleheets)
- From: Adam Di Carlo <adam at onshore dot com>
- Date: 06 Nov 1999 14:19:25 -0500
- Cc: Egon Schmid <eschmid at s dot netic dot de>
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[BTW, this discussion is off-topic for this list -- it should occur on
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Egon Schmid <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I know that fact. I have a DocBook document, which is more than 1000
> pages long. I can process this manual.tex manual with "pdfjadetex
> manual.tex" or "pdftex &pdfjadetex manual.tex"
> The crux is, it stops after 720 pages with a TeX error message: "TeX
> capacity exceeded". Sorry I can't mail the exact message, because I
> hosed my Debian system.
Aww.... why'd you do that?
> I tried to upgrade to a newer unstable jadetex.
Upgrading to TeX from unstable may help in Debian. Make sure you
accept the new configuration files from /etc/texmf/. I am the Debian
JadeTeX maintainer, and I tried to work closely with the teTeX
maintainer to raise the capacity limits.
> I know also, that I can enlarge TeX buffers/pools/variables with editing
> /etc/texmf.cnf and doing a "tex -ini latex.ltx". But these increase
> stops sometimes and after 720 pages I get always the same TeX error
> message. It is independently of how large I made the entry in texmf.cnf
Ah, that might be your problem. After frobbing the memory sizes in
/etc/texmf/, you will need to run 'fmtutil --all' to remake the memory
dumps. You are just remaking *one* memory dump (latex). You need to
remake the other ones as well, esp. pdftex and pdflatex.
.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>