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Re: [tip] org-publish to work with (very) large books

From: Ihor Radchenko
Subject: Re: [tip] org-publish to work with (very) large books
Date: Fri, 27 May 2022 12:19:16 +0800

Juan Manuel Macías <maciaschain@posteo.net> writes:

> Sorry for not explaining the \input part in more detail. I think the
> essential part here is that all the .tex files (the subdocuments) are
> already created by org-publish before I compile the master document. The
> master document simply stores all the subdocuments: I use
> \input{subdocument.tex} instead of the org #+INCLUDE directive (not the
> LaTeX \include command). The master document calls ready-made TeX files,
> not Org files. And it is independent of the whole org-publish process,
> which is responsible for creating only the parts of the book.

> This
> procedure, apart from being able to compile parts of the book in real
> time with latexmk -pvc, allows me to have more control over these parts.
> But it makes more sense to use it when dealing with very long books. The
> first time I used it was in a book of more than 1000 pages :-)

I am not sure if I understand correctly. Do you mean that you only
preview the book parts you are currently working on via latexmk -pvc?
What kind of more control are you referring to?


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