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# Abox To La Tex

XT -- A Bundle of Program Transformation Tools
Name

abox2latex

Synopsis

abox2latex [--alltt] [--boxenv] [-i box-term] [-o html-file] [-w width] [-t abbreviations_file] Description

The utility abox2latex produces LaTeX? code according to the formatting defined in box-term. See HowToUseGPPWithLaTeX for instructions about how to use the generated LaTeX? code in your LaTeX? documents.

Options

--alltt
Instructs abox2latex to produce an alltt environment. See HowToUseGPPWithLaTeX how this serves layout-preserving pretty-printing

--boxenv
Instructs abox2latex to produce a fully formatted boxenv environment (default)

-h
display usage information. Use this option to get information on additional options

-t <table>
With this switch latex abreviations can be specified. The abox2latex utility can replace ordinary BOX strings by LaTeX? commands. These mappings can be defined in abbreviation tables. For example, to specify that the string "\\//" should be replaced by abox2latex to the LaTeX? command \vee, the abbreviations table should look like:

```[
["\\/", "\\ensuremath{\\vee}"]
]
```
Multiple abbreviation tables can be passed to abox2latex.

-v
display version information

-w <width>
Table containing box to latex macro mappings. With this switch the maximum line width can be specified. The default line width equals 80 columns.