Commit 3bb1fc91 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris

Small tweaks to etc/refcards/Makefile rules for PDFs.

* refcards/Makefile: For cs- and sk-, use pdfcsplain if available.
(pl-refcard.pdf): Let presence of pdfmex be another test for the
required TeX files.  Pass explicit output-format to tex command.
(orgcard.pdf): Use ps2pdf, since pdftex tends to produce a
portrait layout rather than the desired landscape.
parent 9a6ad769
2010-03-02 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* refcards/Makefile: For cs- and sk-, use pdfcsplain if available.
(pl-refcard.pdf): Let presence of pdfmex be another test for the
required TeX files. Pass explicit output-format to tex command.
(orgcard.pdf): Use ps2pdf, since pdftex tends to produce a
portrait layout rather than the desired landscape.
2010-03-01 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* refcards/pl-refcard.tex: Double forward-slashes in URL for Mex.
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......@@ -55,13 +55,19 @@ viper-cards_ps: ${VIPER-CARDS_PDF:.pdf=.ps}
cs-refcard.pdf cs-dired-ref.pdf cs-survival.pdf sk-refcard.pdf \
sk-dired-ref.pdf sk-survival.pdf: %.pdf: %.tex
csplain "\pdfoutput=1\input $<"
if pdfcsplain --version > /dev/null 2> /dev/null; then \
pdfcsplain $<; \
else \
csplain "\pdfoutput=1\input $<"; \
fi
## Some versions of pdfmex seem to create dvi by default, hence output-format.
pl-refcard.pdf: %.pdf: %.tex
if ! kpsewhich -format=fmt mex > /dev/null; then \
if ! kpsewhich -format=fmt mex > /dev/null && \
! pdfmex --version > /dev/null 2> /dev/null; then \
echo "No mex format found."; false; \
fi
pdftex $<
pdftex -output-format=pdf $<
ru-refcard.pdf: %.pdf: %.tex
pdflatex $<
......@@ -75,6 +81,10 @@ gnus-refcard.pdf: %.pdf: %.tex gnus-logo.pdf
gnus-booklet.pdf: gnus-refcard.tex gnus-logo.pdf
pdflatex -jobname=gnus-booklet '\def\booklettrue{}\def\letterpapertrue{}\input{gnus-refcard}'
## FIXME just pdftex produces portrait rather than landscape.
orgcard.pdf: orgcard.ps
ps2pdf $<
## Everything not explicitly listed above.
%.pdf: %.tex
pdftex $<
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