[OS X TeX] verbatim problems

Adam Goldstein adam.goldstein at jhu.edu
Thu Jul 6 01:23:18 EDT 2006

On Jul 6, 2006, at 12:30 AM, Anthony Morton wrote:

>> I actually have this as a script called mac2unix, created  
>> analogously to what David described. Its content is a bit shorter -
>> #!/bin/csh
>> tr "\015" "\012" < $1 > $2
>> That's all - you'd invoke this with "mac2unix INTEXTFILE   
>> OUTTEXTFILE" from the Terminal command line.
> I have a similar set of hand-rolled scripts for this sort of thing:  
> here's one that does much the same as the above, but handles  
> multiple files at once and also optionally replaces the original file.

> --------
> #!/bin/sh
> # Shell script to convert files named by arguments from Mac to Unix  
> line breaks
> # Default is to place in new .utxt files; specify -f to replace  
> originals
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Maybe it's obvious or wrong, and that's why no one's mentioned it  
yet, but there are some macros that do this included with TeXShop.  
They are in Macros > Applescript, and they are called Convert to MAC  
and the like. They've worked for me before and I highly recommend them.
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