I am writing a document and I want to share it with some partners I've been searching around and I found that Bundledoc, Snapshot and arlatex could help me to create my document and share it, the only ...
I'd like to configure my installation of texstudio so that it uses arlatex, bundledoc, snapshot ``, viz. Reading and acting upon snapshot's .dep files; writing to bundledoc-generated .tar.gz files; ...
I have read a lot of interesting questions and answers on PDF/A-1b production with LaTeX and pdfTeX. I still can't produce validating PDF/A-1b files. I used either: the standard up-to-date pdfx ...
As question says, I am just interested to know the pros and cons of keeping track of auxiliary files of a LaTeX project in every commit of git repository.
Possible Duplicate: How to generate PDF/A and PDF/X? It looks like it is not easy to obtain a PDF/A-1a compliant PDF file with LaTeX/PDFLaTeX. One complain could be missing TreeRoot and ...
Possible Duplicate: How to generate PDF/A and PDF/X? I wonder if pdflatex can produce a standard PDF/A-1 or PDF/A-2 for archival purposes. That would be quite useful. Of course by that I ...
I was wondering, does software similar to the arXiv AutoTeX exist, or is AutoTeX is available somewhere?
I was looking through some old files recently, and it occurred to me that they might be obsolete in the future. Are there any steps that I should take for "archiving" my documents so that they will ...
I have heard about PDF subsets PDF/A (for archival) and PDF/X (for printing). How to generate LaTeX documents like that? I'm also interested in answers with plain TeX and ConTeXt, and hopefully with ...