[OS X TeX] bibtex <filename>.rsp

Peter Dyballa Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Sat Mar 25 07:57:11 EST 2006

Am 24.03.2006 um 21:22 schrieb Rechtsanwalt Friedrich Vosberg:

>   \typein[\modus]{Which Version (0, 1, 2 or 3 only)?}
>   \ifcase\modus\or

There seem to be two options. The first one works in a shell  
environment by re-directing stdin, and gladly TeX reads from stdin in  
the above example:

	tex [some options, arguments, etc] <<koniec

(Here it's actually a 'here document' that contains the number, but  
of course you could provide files 0, 1, 2, 3 with exactly the  
contents the name promises, then it would be 'tex [some options,  
arguments, etc] < «the path to/»0.')

The second option is to define \modus on the command line like:

	<some tex> '\def\modus{0}\input' $1

Then, of course, you'd need to remove the \typein line and, since TeX  
is a bit inflexible, you, too, need to pass the file's name via the  
\input mechanism as shown. Actually I am a bit unsure whether this  
line works ... it's according some examples given in this list or the  
way TeX4ht works.

Mit friedvollen Grüßen


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