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       AMC-prepare - prepares working documents from LaTeX source file


       auto-multiple-choice prepare --mode s --prefix project-dir mcq.tex

       auto-multiple-choice prepare --mode m --mep-dir project-mep-dir --calage calage.xy mcq.tex

       auto-multiple-choice prepare --mode b --bareme scoring.xml mcq.tex


       The command extracts working documents from the source LaTeX file
       describing the multiple choice questionnaire. Information to be extracted depends on the
       --mode argument value. In any mode, the LaTeX source filename must be given as an

       ·   with "--mode s", makes the subject file (answer sheet to be printed and
           given to the students), the correction (single corrected answer sheet) and the
           positions file (file containing information about the positions of the boxes on the
           pages). The following arguments can be used:

           --out-sujet subject.pdf
               sets the subject file to build.

           --out-corrige corrected.pdf
               sets the correction to build.

           --out-calage calage.xy
               sets the positions file to build.

           --prefix directory
               this directory is only necessary if one or more of the three previous options are
               not used: default values are then directory/sujet.pdf, directory/corrige.pdf and

       ·   with "--mode m", makes the MEP files (XML files with exact positions of
           the boxes, the marks, the name field on all the pages). In this mode, the following
           arguments must be used:

           --calage calage.xy
               sets the positions file to be used.

           --mep project-mep-dir
               sets the directory to store MEP files into.

       ·   with "--mode b", makes the scoring file extracting the scoring strategy
           defined in the source LaTeX file. In this mode, the following arguments must be used:

           --bareme scoring.xml
               sets the scoring file to create.

       The following optional arguments can be used in any mode:

       --with latex-engine
           gives the LaTeX engine (command) to be used.  latex-engine can be pdflatex or xelatex
           for exemple.

       --n-copies n
           sets the number of copies to produce, overriding the number given in the LaTeX source
           file (first argument of the \onecopy command).

       --debug file.log
           gives a file to fill with debugging information.


       Alexis Bienvenüe <>
           Main author

       Jean Bérard
           Translation from French

       Georges Khaznadar
           Translation from French


       Copyright © 2008-2011 Alexis Bienvenüe

       This document can be used according to the terms of the GNU General Public License,
       version 2 or later.