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-====== Scripts ====== +====== Document Maintenance Scripts ======
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  * {{:sep:software:scripts.tar.gz|Scripts (tar.gz, 14K)}} for Document maintenance are freely available on our ftp site. (You may have to press the shift key to down-load the file to your system rather than viewing the file in your browser).   * {{:sep:software:scripts.tar.gz|Scripts (tar.gz, 14K)}} for Document maintenance are freely available on our ftp site. (You may have to press the shift key to down-load the file to your system rather than viewing the file in your browser).
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==== Description ==== ==== Description ====
All the scripts print a short self-documentation when they are executed without any command line argument. Most of these scripts are perl scripts. A few scripts are c-shell scripts. If your system does not yet include perl, you can down-load it for free from one of the GNU ftp sites (more information on [[sep:software:gnu|perl]]). All the scripts print a short self-documentation when they are executed without any command line argument. Most of these scripts are perl scripts. A few scripts are c-shell scripts. If your system does not yet include perl, you can down-load it for free from one of the GNU ftp sites (more information on [[sep:software:gnu|perl]]).
-  * **Resstat(.pl)** computes result statistics for reports and books by comparing the figure listed in the TeX document, the figures listed in the Makefile, and the figure files that reside the document's directory. Resstat.pl is a fairly nice example of a perl script: it self-docs, reads files and directories, and has a formatted table output. [[./Figstat.pl|Figstat (pl)]] is an older version of Resstat and is included in this collection for backward compatibility. (authors: Joel, Matt, Martin, Jon)+  * **Resstat(.pl)** computes result statistics for reports and books by comparing the figure listed in the TeX document, the figures listed in the Makefile, and the figure files that reside the document's directory. Resstat.pl is a fairly nice example of a perl script: it self-docs, reads files and directories, and has a formatted table output.  
 +  * **Figstat (.pl)** is an older version of Resstat and is included in this collection for backward compatibility. (authors: Joel, Matt, Martin, Jon)
  * **Tour (.csh)** visits all lowercase sister directories (relative to where the command was issued) and executes "gmake [-n] arg" where "arg" is a command line argument to Tour. (authors: Matt, Joel, Martin, Jon)   * **Tour (.csh)** visits all lowercase sister directories (relative to where the command was issued) and executes "gmake [-n] arg" where "arg" is a command line argument to Tour. (authors: Matt, Joel, Martin, Jon)
  * **tour (.csh)** executes a sequence of Tour commands that amounts to a scrutinizing test of a book or report. The results are stored in a series of log files for later inspection. (author: Matt)   * **tour (.csh)** executes a sequence of Tour commands that amounts to a scrutinizing test of a book or report. The results are stored in a series of log files for later inspection. (author: Matt)
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  * **septexexpand (.pl)** expands a SEP latex file by including all the needed macros to make a portable, standalone version of the original latex file.   * **septexexpand (.pl)** expands a SEP latex file by including all the needed macros to make a portable, standalone version of the original latex file.
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==== Installation ==== ==== Installation ====
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