texlinks

Section: teTeX (8)
Updated: November 2007
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NAME

texlinks - maintain symbolic links from format to engine

 

SYNOPSIS

texlinks [ OPTIONS... ] DIRECTORIES...

 

DESCRIPTION

texlinks is used to create or recreate symbolic links from formats to engines according to the information in fmtutil.cnf or a file specified with --cnffile.

DIRECTORIES is an optional list of directories in which to operate. If no directories are specified the list of directories depends on the --multiplatform option.

 

OPTIONS

--cnffile FILE or -f FILE
use file as configuration file (default: fmtutil.cnf)
--help or -h
show some help text
--multiplatform or -m
operate in all platform-specific directories (default: operate only in the directory for this platform)
--silent or -s
silently skip over existing scripts/binaries instead of printing a warning
--unlink or -u
Unlink previously created symlinks
--verbose or -v
+set verbose mode on (default: off)

 

FILES

fmtutil.cnf
default configuration file

 

SEE ALSO

fmtutil(1), fmtutil.cnf(5)

Web page: <http://tug.org/teTeX/>

 

BUGS

None known, but report any bugs found to <tex-k@tug.org> (mailing list).

 

AUTHOR

texlinks was written by Thomas Esser <te@dbs.uni-hannover.de> in 1999. texlinks has been released into the public domain.

This manual page was written by C.M. Connelly <c@eskimo.com>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system. It may be used by other distributions without contacting the author. Any mistakes or omissions in the manual page are my fault; inquiries about or corrections to this manual page should be directed to me (and not to the primary author).


 

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