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Re: pdfjadetext (was Re: styleheets)
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- Subject: Re: pdfjadetext (was Re: DOCBOOK: styleheets)
- From: Egon Schmid <eschmid at s dot netic dot de>
- Date: Mon, 01 Nov 1999 20:12:12 +0100
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Steve Greenland wrote:
> On 31-Oct-99, 12:46 (CST), Egon Schmid <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Sorry, but there is a pdfjadetex executable. I'm using Debian with
> > Jadetex.
> For the record, "pdfjadetex" in Debian is just a link to pdftex. Since
> by default pdftex uses the format file that is the same as the name by
> which it was started, "pdfjadetex" is the same as "pdftex &pdfjadetex.
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. I tried to upgrade to a newer unstable jadetex.
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