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AMC-REGROUPE(1) 					       Auto Multiple Choice						   AMC-REGROUPE(1)

NAME
AMC-regroupe - merge JPEG annotated AMC multiple choice answer sheets to get a PDF file per student. SYNOPSIS
auto-multiple-choice regroupe --projet project-dir --sujet subject.pdf --modele file-name-model --fich-noms students-list.csv [--noms-encodage encoding] [--compose] DESCRIPTION
The command AMC-regroupe.pl merges annotated AMC multiple choice answer sheets (there is one per page) to get a single PDF file per student. --data data-dir gives the directory where data files are (see for example AMC-meptex(1)). --projet project-dir Gives the project directory. --sujet subject.pdf gives the subject file (as prepared by AMC-prepare(1)). This helps in getting the page size for the subject to make annotated PDF fit this size. --fich-noms students-list.csv sets the students list file name. --noms-encodage encoding selects an encoding for file students-list.csv (default is utf-8). --modele file-name-model sets a file name model for annotated PDFs. In this model, some sequences will be substituted: (N) is replaced by the student's name. (ID) is replaced by the student number. (COL) is replaced by the value of column COL in the students list for the curent student. The default value is '(N)-(ID).pdf'. --compose When using this option, pages for which there is no scan will be replaced by the corresponding page from the corrected answer sheet. This option is for example useful when using the separate answer sheet layout: in this case, the annotated answer sheet will not be readable without the pages with the questions. When using the --compose option, one must also use the --tex-src (and optionnaly --with, --filter and --filtered-source) option. --tex-src mcq-source-file gives the source file for the subject. --with latex-engine gives the LaTeX engine (command) to be used to process the (optionaly filtered) source file. latex-engine can be pdflatex or xelatex for exemple. --filter filter sets the filter name to transform the MCQ source file into a LaTeX file (see AMC-prepare(1)). --filtered-source mcq-latex-file gives the LaTeX file to make from the source file using specified filter (see AMC-prepare(1)). --debug file.log gives a file to fill with debugging information. AUTHORS
Alexis Bienvenue <paamc@passoire.fr> Main author Jean Berard Translation from French Georges Khaznadar Translation from French COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2008-2012 Alexis Bienvenue This document can be used according to the terms of the GNU General Public License, version 2 or later. Auto Multiple Choice 1.1.1 06/19/2012 AMC-REGROUPE(1)

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SGML2LATEX(1)						      General Commands Manual						     SGML2LATEX(1)

NAME
sgml2latex - create LaTeX, DVI, PostScript or PDF output from a LinuxDoc DTD SGML source file SYNOPSIS
sgml2latex [generic-option...] [--output=tex|dvi|ps|pdf] [--bibtex] [--makeindex] [--pagenumber=n] --quick [--latex=hlatexp|platex] [--dvips=dvips|dvi2ps] file[.sgml] DESCRIPTION
sgml2latex is an old and obsoleted form of the latex converter command of LinuxDoc-Tools. It is recommended to switch the new form linux- doc -B latex now. It converts a LinuxDoc DTD SGML source file to LaTeX output, using the nsgmls(1) or onsgmls(1) parser, and the sgml- sasp(1) translator. Using the LaTeX output, and the latex(1) text formatter, you can then create DVI output, and PostScript output using the dvips(1) converter. Output will appear in file.tex for LaTeX output, file.dvi for DVI output, or file.ps for PostScript output, where file is the name of the SGML source file. Using the LaTeX output, and the pdflatex(1) text formatter, you can then create a nice PDF output, suitable for viewing with PDF viewers as xpdf(1), acroread(1) or ghostview(1). The attribute/value pair "output=latex2e" is set for conditionals. OPTIONS
sgml2latex accepts all the generic options described in linuxdoc(1), and the following specific options: --output=fmt, -o Specify the desired output format. The specifier fmt may be ``tex'', ``dvi'', ``ps'', or ``pdf''. Note: This version does not overwrite/remove the intermediate files: tex file for dvi output, or tex/dvi files for ps output. This is dif- ferent behavior from the original SGML-Tools 1.0.9, so you are warned here. --bibtex, -b Process the generated TeX with bibtex(1). --makeindex, -m Generate a TeX index file suitable for processing with makeindex(1) from and <idx> and <cdx> tags present in the SGML source. --pagenumber, -n Set the starting page number in the output DVI or PS file. --quick, -q Do only one pass of LaTeX formatting. This is often not sufficient to produce final output (because of references, etc.) but is useful for spotting TeX errors and justification problems. --pass, -P The argument of the pass option is inserted just after the LaTeX preamble generated by the document-type tag. Specify the desired output format. The specifier fmt may be ``tex'', ``dvi'', ``ps'', or ``pdf''. --latex=alternate_latex_command, -x This option is currently for Korean and Japanese. The alternate_latex_command can be ``latex'' (default), ``hlatexp'' (for Korean), ``platex'' or ``jlatex'' (for Japanese). This option can be used to render Korean document using HLaTeXp, or to render Japanese document using pLaTeX/jLaTeX. If not, HLaTeX should be installed to render Korean document. On the other hand, Japanese document can be rendered with jLaTeX (which is the default when ``-c nippon'' is specified), so if you already have jLaTeX, you may not need to install the pLaTeX. --dvips=alternate_dvips_command, -s This option is currently for Japanese. The alternate_dvips_command can be ``dvips'' or ``dvi2ps''. If you don't know this, then you may not need this. file The SGML source file, named either file or file.sgml FILES
Many files and executables in /usr/share/linuxdoc-tools and /usr/bin are used. BUGS
None known. AUTHOR
Originally written by Greg Hankins <greg.hankins@cc.gatech.edu>, based on scripts by Tom Gordon and Alexander Horz. Later rewritten by Cees de Groot <cg@cdegroot.com>. PDF patches by Juan Jose Amor <jjamor@hispalinux.es>. Currently maintained by Taketoshi Sano <sano@debian.org> for Linuxdoc-Tools. SEE ALSO
linuxdoc(1), sgml2html(1), sgml2info(1), sgml2lyx(1), sgml2rtf(1), sgml2txt(1), sgmlcheck(1). 18 May 2000 SGML2LATEX(1)
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