Re: [NTG-context] pdfsplit

2009-04-10 Thread Alan BRASLAU
On Thursday 09 April 2009 17:59:18 Wolfgang Schuster wrote:
 the pdfsplit option for texexec use the name texexec.pdf for each of
 the document and only the last page remains because all other are
 overwritten, can you add the pagenumber (texexec-1.pdf, texexec-2.pdf
 etc.) to the filename.

Does the option pdfsplit exist for mkiv?

Alan

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Re: [NTG-context] pdfsplit

2009-04-10 Thread Wolfgang Schuster


Am 10.04.2009 um 09:23 schrieb Hans Hagen:


Wolfgang Schuster wrote:

Hi Hans,
the pdfsplit option for texexec use the name texexec.pdf for each  
of the document and only the last page remains because all other  
are overwritten, can you add the pagenumber (texexec-1.pdf,  
texexec-2.pdf etc.) to the filename.


line 289:

   job.setvariable('result',texexec- 
#{n})


should do the job


works but didn't it makes more sense to create 'filename-number' by  
default and
'resultname-number' with with 'texexec --pdfsplit --result=resultname  
myfile.pdf'


Wolfgang

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Re: [NTG-context] pdfsplit

2009-04-10 Thread Hans Hagen

Wolfgang Schuster wrote:


Am 10.04.2009 um 09:23 schrieb Hans Hagen:


Wolfgang Schuster wrote:

Hi Hans,
the pdfsplit option for texexec use the name texexec.pdf for each of 
the document and only the last page remains because all other are 
overwritten, can you add the pagenumber (texexec-1.pdf, texexec-2.pdf 
etc.) to the filename.


line 289:

   job.setvariable('result',texexec-#{n})

should do the job


works but didn't it makes more sense to create 'filename-number' by 
default and
'resultname-number' with with 'texexec --pdfsplit --result=resultname 
myfile.pdf'


result = @commandline.checkedoption('result','texexec')
nofpages.times do |i|
  if f = File.open(tempfile,w) then
...
job.setvariable('result',#{result}-#{n})



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Re: [NTG-context] pdfsplit

2009-04-10 Thread Wolfgang Schuster


Am 10.04.2009 um 10:13 schrieb Hans Hagen:

works but didn't it makes more sense to create 'filename-number' by  
default and
'resultname-number' with with 'texexec --pdfsplit -- 
result=resultname myfile.pdf'


result = @commandline.checkedoption('result','texexec')
nofpages.times do |i|
 if f = File.open(tempfile,w) then
   ...
   job.setvariable('result',#{result}-#{n})


nearly perfect, only the log files for each file remains when I use  
result,
e.g. with 'texexec --pdfsplit --result=splitfile myfile.tex' the file  
splitfile-n.log

is still there.

Wolfgang


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Re: [NTG-context] pdfsplit

2009-04-10 Thread Hans Hagen

Wolfgang Schuster wrote:


Am 10.04.2009 um 10:13 schrieb Hans Hagen:

works but didn't it makes more sense to create 'filename-number' by 
default and
'resultname-number' with with 'texexec --pdfsplit --result=resultname 
myfile.pdf'


result = @commandline.checkedoption('result','texexec')
nofpages.times do |i|
 if f = File.open(tempfile,w) then
   ...
   job.setvariable('result',#{result}-#{n})


nearly perfect, only the log files for each file remains when I use result,
e.g. with 'texexec --pdfsplit --result=splitfile myfile.tex' the file 
splitfile-n.log

is still there.


you can add

job.setvariable('purge',true)


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Re: [NTG-context] pdfsplit

2009-04-10 Thread Wolfgang Schuster


Am 10.04.2009 um 10:47 schrieb Hans Hagen:

nearly perfect, only the log files for each file remains when I use  
result,
e.g. with 'texexec --pdfsplit --result=splitfile myfile.tex' the  
file splitfile-n.log

is still there.


you can add

   job.setvariable('purge',true)


did not help

Wolfgang

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