[OS X TeX] Is there a bigpdflatex?
mh at michael-hoppe.de
Mon May 30 04:33:41 EDT 2005
>With older versions of teTeX it wasn't necessary to rebuild
>the formats just to increase the amount of memory available.
Yes, say: some of them.
>Here is the relevant section, and comments,
>from my installation:
>main_memory = 1500000 % words of inimemory
>available; also applies to inimf&mp
>extra_mem_bot = 0 % extra high memory for chars, tokens, etc.
>extra_mem_top = 2000000 % extra low memory for
>boxes, glue, breakpoints, etc.
>So if in your texmf.cnf file
> (the one found by: kpsewhich texmf.cnf )
>you change the extra_mem_top parameter, if there is one,
>then it shouldn't be necessary to rebuild any formats.
>Hopefully it'll "just work".
You're right. I am able to change obj_tab_size or
extra_mem_bot.pdflatex, e.g., to some other values, and those values
are used as my log-file reports it. So firstly, the texmf.cnf-file
in which the changes are done is used. So the question remains:
What is the name of the environment variable that has an effect on
pdf_mem_size? Obviously, the name is not "pdf_mem_size". Or is that
value hard-wired into pdf(e)latex?
>The failure occurs while using a 'microtype' font-name.
>I'd guess that the document is fine without Microtype, right ?
Yes, refer to my first posting here: the problem arose while I was
trying to achieve font expansion to some other fonts, namely the
>Try increasing any such low values by a factor of 10 or more.
That's the point: HOW?
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