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5_fichiers:obtenir_la_liste_des_fichiers_utilises [2018/05/24 10:40]
joseph.wright
5_fichiers:obtenir_la_liste_des_fichiers_utilises [2018/12/04 00:29]
jejust
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---- +====== All the files used by this document ======
-section: How do I do&​hellip;?​ +
-subsection: Document management +
-date: 2014-06-10 +
----+
  
-# All the files used by this document 
  
 When you're sharing a document with someone else (perhaps as part of a When you're sharing a document with someone else (perhaps as part of a
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 have the same set of auxiliary files, as well as the document in have the same set of auxiliary files, as well as the document in
 question. ​ Your correspondent obviously needs the same set of files question. ​ Your correspondent obviously needs the same set of files
-(if you use the [`url`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​urlpackage, she has to have [`url`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​url)+(if you use the [[ctanpkg>​url|url]] package, she has to have [[ctanpkg>​url|url]]
 too, for example). ​ But suppose you have a bug-free version of the too, for example). ​ But suppose you have a bug-free version of the
-[`shinynew`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​shinynew) ​package but her copy is still the unstable+''​shinynew'' ​package but her copy is still the unstable
 original; until you both realise what is happening, such a situation original; until you both realise what is happening, such a situation
 can be very confusing. can be very confusing.
  
-The simplest solution is the LaTeX `\listfilescommand. ​ This+The simplest solution is the LaTeX ''​\listfiles'' ​command. ​ This
 places a list of the files used and their version numbers in the log places a list of the files used and their version numbers in the log
 file.  If you extract that list and transmit it with your file, it can file.  If you extract that list and transmit it with your file, it can
 be used as a check-list in case that problems arise. be used as a check-list in case that problems arise.
  
-Note that `\listfilesonly registers things that are input by the +Note that ''​\listfiles'' ​only registers things that are input by the 
-''​standard'' ​LaTeX mechanisms (`\documentclass``\usepackage`+"standard" ​LaTeX mechanisms (''​\documentclass''​''​\usepackage''​
-`\include``\includegraphicsand so on). +''​\include''​''​\includegraphics'' ​and so on). 
-The `\inputcommand, as modified by LaTeX and used, with+The ''​\input'' ​command, as modified by LaTeX and used, with
 LaTeX syntax, as: LaTeX syntax, as:
-```latex+ 
 +<​code ​latex>
   \input{mymacros}   \input{mymacros}
-``` +</​code>​ 
-records file details for `mymacros.tex`, but if you use TeX +records file details for ''​mymacros.tex''​, but if you use TeX 
-primitive syntax for `\input`, as: +primitive syntax for ''​\input''​, as: 
-```latex+ 
 +<​code ​latex>
   \input mymacros   \input mymacros
-``` +</​code>​ 
-`mymacros.tex` _won't_ be recorded, and so won't listed by +''​mymacros.tex'​' //​won'​t// ​be recorded, and so won't listed by 
-`\listfiles`&​nbsp;&​mdash; ​you've bypassed the mechanism that records its use.+''​\listfiles''​ --- you've bypassed the mechanism that records its use.
  
-The [`snapshot`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​snapshotpackage helps the owner of a LaTeX document+The [[ctanpkg>​snapshot|snapshot]] package helps the owner of a LaTeX document
 obtain a list of the external dependencies of the document, in a form obtain a list of the external dependencies of the document, in a form
 that can be embedded at the top of the document. ​ The intended use of that can be embedded at the top of the document. ​ The intended use of
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 has application in document exchange situations too. has application in document exchange situations too.
  
-The `bundledocsystem uses the [`snapshot`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​snapshotto produce an +The ''​bundledoc'' ​system uses the [[ctanpkg>​snapshot|snapshot]] to produce an 
-archive (e.g., ​`tar.gzor `zip`) of the files needed by your+archive (e.g., ​''​tar.gz'' ​or ''​zip''​) of the files needed by your
 document; it comes with configuration files for use with document; it comes with configuration files for use with
-TeX&nbsp;Live-`Unixand `MiKTeX`.  It's plainly useful when+TeX Live-''​Unix'' ​and ''​MiKTeX''​.  It's plainly useful when
 you're sending the first copy of a document. you're sending the first copy of a document.
  
-The `mkjobtexmffinds which files are used in a ''​job''​+The ''​mkjobtexmf'' ​finds which files are used in a "job"
-either via the `-recorderoption of TeX, or by using the +either via the ''​-recorder'' ​option of TeX, or by using the 
-(Unix) command ​`straceto keep an eye on what TeX is+(Unix) command ​''​strace'' ​to keep an eye on what TeX is
 doing. ​ The files thus found are copied (or linked) to a directory doing. ​ The files thus found are copied (or linked) to a directory
 which may then be saved for transmission or archiving. which may then be saved for transmission or archiving.
  
 +
 +-----
 +
 +//Source:// [[faquk>​FAQ-filesused|All the files used by this document]]
 +
 +{{htmlmetatags>​metatag-keywords=(LaTeX,​usage)
 +metatag-og:​title=(All the files used by this document)
 +metatag-og:​site_name=(FAQ LaTeX francophone)
 +}}
  
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