[NTG-pdftex] Flattening the web files

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Mon Jan 16 17:56:26 CET 2006


Martin � wrote:

>On 2006-01-16 12:34:59 +0100, Taco Hoekwater wrote:
>  
>
>>Hans Hagen wrote:
>>    
>>
>>>why no go for a pdftex.web (no tex.web any longer); seems better to me 
>>>if we go 32 bit
>>>      
>>>
>>I agree, that would be easier. The number of fixes to tex.web is 
>>near-zero anyway.
>>    
>>
>
>What about eTeX? Currently I have
>
>pdfetex_web_srcs = $(srcdir)/tex.web \
>  $(srcdir)/etexdir/etex.ch \
>  $(srcdir)/etexdir/etex.fix \
>  $(srcdir)/pdfetexdir/pdfetex.ch1 \
>  $(srcdir)/pdftexdir/pdftex.ch \
>  $(srcdir)/pdfetexdir/pdfetex.ch2
>
>and
>
>pdftex_web_srcs = $(srcdir)/tex.web \
>  $(srcdir)/pdftexdir/pdftex.ch
>
>So pdftex.web _or_ pdfetex.web would be easy, but having one file
>for both would be difficult. Shall we simply drop pdftex.web and
>go for an integrated pdfetex.web? Both TeX and eTeX are very
>stable.
>  
>
drop

also, let's define pdfetex as an abbreviation for pdfe(xtended)tex

i suppose that you merge the etex code into the flattened file?

Hans


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