On 2014-11-29, at 04:48, Jorge A. Alfaro-Murillo wrote:

> If you decide to go with LaTeX, the reason to split your 
> dissertation in several chapters is so that the compilation can 
> run faster, since when you change a chapter and compile only that 
> chapter is compiled again.  This is a substantial gain in 
> compilation time with big documents (books, dissertations). If you 
> decide to go with several org files and the publishing mechanism 
> or a single org file, I think that every time that you export the 
> whole document needs to be compiled.

I mostly agree, but the above is not true: see TeX-pin-region and
TeX-command-region.  Bottom line: IMHO no point in dividing into many

> Best,


Marcin Borkowski
Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science
Adam Mickiewicz University

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