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comment Extract all \note tags from beamer as a simple text file
Btw: code is now on github: github.com/cebe/pdfpc-latex-notes Pull requests welcome.
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note about how to replace newlines in the pdfpc file
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revised Extract all \note tags from beamer as a simple text file
still improving... \unexpanded{} around content to allow using latex code
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hashes (#) need a bit more love to work properly in file
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not sure if needed but be save with %
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external filesystem and fs access tags
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comment Extract all \note tags from beamer as a simple text file
Btw: regex can work in this situation but it is limited for nested brackets. This regex matches all notes in a tex document that do not have a nesting deeper than 2: \\note\{(?:[^}]*?(\{[^}]*?(\{[^}]*?\})?\})?)+\}
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comment Extract all \note tags from beamer as a simple text file
Just noticed that even if I am able to do it with grep I still need the number of the current frame to be able to show the correct nodes on the right slide.
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comment Extract all \note tags from beamer as a simple text file
It is not possible to achive this with grep because grep uses regular expressions who are not able to deal with nested brackets like this: \note{\begin{itemize}\item ...\end{itemize}} you would need a parser to remember the state of nesting while reading the input. Thats why I thought there maybe is a latex way as latex is already parsing this an may be able to just ouput the note content to a file.
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