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NAME

       tex2mail - TeX to ascii math prettyprinter

SYNOPSIS

       tex2mail [-linelength= length] [-maxdef= number] [-debug= number] [-by_par= number] [-TeX]
       [-ragged] [-noindent]

DESCRIPTION

       Filter converting TeX or LaTeX math formulae to ASCII art. tex2mail is used by the PARI-GP
       calculator for output method external prettyprint .  Under gp, prettyprint mode can be set
       by default(output, 3) (or \o3). By default, this switches gp main output  to  TeX  format,
       filtered by

              tex2mail -TeX -noindent -ragged -by_par

       Flags passed to tex2mail can be modified via the prettyprinter default in gp.

OPTIONS

       The following command line options are available:

       -linelength=length
              Wrap text at this column.

       -maxdef=number
              definition loops: croak if more than maxdef substitutions in a given paragraph.

       -debug=debuglevel
              output debugging messages.

       -by_par
              Expect  each  paragraph  to  be terminated by *exactly* 2 "\n", and do not print an
              extra "\n" between paragraphs.

       -TeX   Assume input formulae are in plain TeX format.

       -ragged
              leave right ragged.

       -noindent
              assume \noindent everywhere.

BUGS

        % at the end of a line followed by \n\n is recognized as end of paragraph

AUTHOR

       Ilya Zakharevitch

SEE ALSO

       gp(1), tex(1),

COPYING

       This program is  free  software;  you  can  redistribute  it and/or  modify it  under  the
       terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation.

       This  program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY;
       without even the  implied  warranty  of  MERCHANTABILITY  or  FITNESS  FOR  A   PARTICULAR
       PURPOSE.  See the GNU General Public License for more details.

       You  should  have  received  a  copy of the  GNU  General  Public License  along with this
       program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation,  Inc., 675  Mass  Ave,  Cambridge,
       MA 02139, USA.

                                          26 March 2001                               TEX2MAIL(1)