I am trying to use the
res class in a context where it may not be possible to direct LaTeX to the the
res.cls file location in the usual way. (For more non-essential details, see my question on StackOverflow.)
res class appears to be based on the
So my question is, are there any obstacles to me simply using the
article class in my
.tex file, and copying the content of
res.cls to the
.tex file, so that only one file is required for pdflatex to generate a pdf?
I'm imagining something similar (in principle) to putting the CSS for a HTML page inside
<style> ... </style> tags in the
<head> rather than in a separate document. Of course, it wouldn't be a direct copy & paste (I've tried that); I presume there would be some modifications necessary. But is it theoretically possible?
Thanks in advance for you help.