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Coder, software architect, interest in computer science in general. Did research on computer graphics, ray tracing, radio wave and antenna simulation. Like to learn new programming languages. Currently doing Python and Emacs Lisp for fun. C++ for profit. Would like to learn more Clojure.


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accepted LaTeX formulas in gnuplot plot legends?
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comment Setting up your own LaTeX compile server?
Interesting, haven't heard of it before. I will definitely check it out.
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comment Setting up your own LaTeX compile server?
Very good solution! I tried it for a couple of minutes on my PC, and it works great. Have to check out if it works on the iPad equally well.
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comment Performance of LaTeX and other TeX derivatives
Good ideas in here. Also I have found out that the preamble can be precompiled. Since all reports have the same preamble, this might help. It's documented here: howtotex.com/tips-tricks/…
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comment Performance of LaTeX and other TeX derivatives
@MikeRenfro: Yes, this is also one of the ideas I am throwing around. Thanks for the input, though.
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comment Performance of LaTeX and other TeX derivatives
@JimHefferon: I have a limited amount of time for this mass report job. Only a couple of seconds per job, hence performance of LaTeX is of great interest.