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Re: pdfjadetext (was Re: styleheets)
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- Subject: Re: pdfjadetext (was Re: DOCBOOK: styleheets)
- From: Nik Clayton <nik at nothing-going-on dot demon dot co dot uk>
- Date: Tue, 2 Nov 1999 08:24:51 +0000
- Organization: Nik at home, where there's nothing going on
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On Mon, Nov 01, 1999 at 08:12:12PM +0100, Egon Schmid wrote:
> > 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.
Can you put this up for FTP somewhere so I can try and duplicate the
A different "distribution" of Linux is really a different operating system.
They just refuse to call it that because it's bad press. But that's what
the shoe fits.
-- Tom Christiansen, <199910211639.KAA18701@jhereg.perl.com>