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#! /bin/sh
# texi2dvi --- smartly produce DVI files from texinfo sources

# Copyright (C) 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

# $Id: texi2dvi,v 1.1.1.1 1996/12/18 03:35:32 steve Exp $

# 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; either version 2, or (at your option)
# any later version.
#
# 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, you can either send email to this
# program's maintainer or write to: The Free Software Foundation,
# Inc.; 59 Temple Place, Suite 330; Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.

# Commentary:

# Author: Noah Friedman <friedman@prep.ai.mit.edu>

# Please send bug reports, etc. to bug-texinfo@prep.ai.mit.edu
# If possible, please send a copy of the output of the script called with
# the `--debug' option when making a bug report.

# In the interest of general portability, some common bourne shell
# constructs were avoided because they weren't guaranteed to be available
# in some earlier implementations.  I've tried to make this program as
# portable as possible.  Welcome to unix, where the lowest common
# denominator is rapidly diminishing.
#
# Among the more interesting lossages I noticed with some bourne shells
# are:
#     * No shell functions.
#     * No `unset' builtin.
#     * `shift' cannot take a numeric argument, and signals an error if
#       there are no arguments to shift.

# Code:

# Name by which this script was invoked.
progname=`echo "$0" | sed -e 's/[^\/]*\///g'`

# This string is expanded by rcs automatically when this file is checked out.
rcs_revision='$Revision: 1.1.1.1 $'
version=`set - $rcs_revision; echo $2`

# To prevent hairy quoting and escaping later.
bq='`'
eq="'"

usage="Usage: $progname {options} [file1] {file2 {...}}
(version $version)

Options are:
-D, --debug          Turn on shell debugging ($bq${bq}set -x$eq$eq).
-h, --help           You're looking at it.
-v, --version        Print version number.

Arguments in brackets are required.  Those in braces are optional.
"

# Initialize variables.
# Don't use `unset' since old bourne shells don't have this command.
# Instead, assign them an empty value.
# Some of these, like TEX and TEXINDEX, may be inherited from the environment
backup_extension=.bak
debug=
orig_pwd="`pwd`"
verbose=
texindex="${TEXINDEX-texindex}"
tex="${TEX-tex}"

# Save this so we can construct a new TEXINPUTS path for each file to be
# processed.
TEXINPUTS_orig="$TEXINPUTS"
export TEXINPUTS

# Parse command line arguments.
# Make sure that all wildcarded options are long enough to be unambiguous.
# It's a good idea to document the full long option name in each case.
# Long options which take arguments will need a `*' appended to the
# canonical name to match the value appended after the `=' character.
while : ; do
  case $# in 0) break ;; esac
  case "$1" in
    -D | --debug | --d* )
      debug=t
      shift
     ;;
    -h | --help | --h* )
      echo "$usage" 1>&2
      exit 0
     ;;
    -v | --version | --v* )
      echo "texi2dvi version $version" 1>&2
      exit 0
     ;;
    -- )     # Stop option processing
      shift
      break
     ;;
    -* )
      case "$1" in
        --*=* ) arg=`echo "$1" | sed -e 's/=.*//'` ;;
        * )     arg="$1" ;;
      esac
      exec 1>&2
      echo "$progname: unknown or ambiguous option $bq$arg$eq"
      echo "$progname: Use $bq--help$eq for a list of options."
      exit 1
     ;;
    * )
      break
     ;;
   esac
done

# See if there are any command line args left (which will be interpreted as
# filename arguments)
case $# in
  0 )
    exec 1>&2
    echo "$progname: at least one file name is required as an argument."
    echo "$progname: Use $bq--help$eq for a description of command syntax."
    exit 2
   ;;
esac

case "$debug" in t ) set -x ;; esac

# Texify files
for command_line_filename in ${1+"$@"} ; do
   # Roughly equivalent to `dirname ...`, but more portable
   directory="`echo ${command_line_filename} | sed 's/\/[^\/]*$//'`"
   filename_texi="`basename ${command_line_filename}`"
   # Strip off the last extension part (probably .texinfo or .texi)
   filename_noext="`echo ${filename_texi} | sed 's/\.[^.]*$//'`"

   # If directory and file are the same, then it's probably because there's
   # no pathname component.  Set dirname to `.', the current directory.
   if test "z${directory}" = "z${command_line_filename}" ; then
      directory="."
   fi

   # Source file might @include additional texinfo sources.  Put `.' and
   # directory where source file(s) reside in TEXINPUTS before anything
   # else.  `.' goes first to ensure that any old .aux, .cps, etc. files in
   # ${directory} don't get used in preference to fresher files in `.'.
   TEXINPUTS=".:${directory}:${TEXINPUTS_orig}"

   # "Unset" variables that might have values from previous iterations and
   # which won't be completely reset later.
   definite_index_files=""

   # See if file exists here.  If it doesn't we're in trouble since, even
   # though the user may be able to reenter a valid filename at the tex
   # prompt (assuming they're attending the terminal), this script won't be
   # able to find the right index files and so forth.
   if test ! -r "${command_line_filename}" ; then
      echo "${progname}: ${command_line_filename}: No such file or permission denied." 1>&2
      continue;
   fi

   # Find all files having root filename with a two-letter extension,
   # determine whether they're really index files, and save them.  Foo.aux
   # is actually the cross-references file, but we need to keep track of
   # that too.
   possible_index_files="`eval echo ${filename_noext}.?? ${filename_noext}.aux`"
   for this_file in ${possible_index_files} ; do
      # If file is empty, forget it.
      if test ! -s "${this_file}" ; then
         continue;
      fi

      # Examine first character of file.  If it's not a backslash or
      # single quote, then it's definitely not an index or xref file.
      first_character="`sed -n '1s/^\(.\).*$/\1/p;q' ${this_file}`"
      if test "${first_character}" = "\\" -o "${first_character}" = "'" ; then
         definite_index_files="${definite_index_files} ${this_file}"
      fi
   done
   orig_index_files="${definite_index_files}"
   orig_index_files_sans_aux="`echo ${definite_index_files} \
                                | sed 's/'${filename_noext}'\.aux//;
                                       s/^[ ]*//;s/[ ]*$//;'`"

   # Now save copies of original index files so we have some means of
   # comparison later.
   for index_file_to_save in ${orig_index_files} ; do
       cp "${index_file_to_save}" "${index_file_to_save}${backup_extension}"
   done

   # Run texindex on current index files.  If they already exist, and
   # after running TeX a first time the index files don't change, then
   # there's no reason to run TeX again.  But we won't know that if the
   # index files are out of date or nonexistent.
   if test "${orig_index_files_sans_aux}" ; then
      ${texindex} ${orig_index_files_sans_aux}
   fi

   if ${tex} ${command_line_filename} ; then		# TeX run first time
      definite_index_files=""
      # Get list of new index files
      possible_index_files="`eval echo ${filename_noext}.?? ${filename_noext}.aux`"
      for this_file in ${possible_index_files} ; do
         # If file is empty, forget it.
         if test ! -s ${this_file} ; then
            continue;
         fi

         # Examine first character of file.  If it's not a backslash or
         # single quote, then it's definitely not an index or xref file.
         first_character="`sed -n '1s/^\(.\).*$/\1/p;q' ${this_file}`"
         if test "${first_character}" = "\\" -o "${first_character}" = "'" ; then
            definite_index_files="${definite_index_files} ${this_file}"
         fi
      done
      new_index_files="${definite_index_files}"
      new_index_files_sans_aux="`echo ${definite_index_files} \
                                  | sed 's/'${filename_noext}'\.aux//;
                                         s/^[ ]*//;s/[ ]*$//;'`"

      # If old and new list don't at least have the same file list, then one
      # file or another has definitely changed.
      if test "${orig_index_files}" != "${new_index_files}" ; then
         index_files_changed_p=t
      else
         # File list is the same.  We must compare each file until we find a
         # difference.
         index_files_changed_p=""
         for this_file in ${new_index_files} ; do
            # cmp -s will return nonzero exit status if files differ.
            cmp -s "${this_file}" "${this_file}${backup_extension}"
            if test $? -ne 0  ; then
               # We only need to keep comparing until we find *one* that
               # differs, because we'll have to run texindex & tex no
               # matter what.
               index_files_changed_p=t
               break
            fi
         done
      fi

      # If index files have changed since TeX has been run, or if the aux
      # file wasn't present originally, run texindex and TeX again.
      if test "${index_files_changed_p}"  ; then
         retval=0
         if test "${new_index_files_sans_aux}" ; then
            ${texindex} ${new_index_files_sans_aux}
            retval=$?
         fi
         if test ${retval} -eq 0 ; then
            ${tex} "${command_line_filename}"
         fi
      fi
   fi

   # Generate list of files to delete, then call rm once with the entire
   # list.  This is significantly faster than multiple executions of rm.
   file_list=""
   for file in ${orig_index_files} ; do
       file_list="${file_list} ${file}${backup_extension}"
   done
   if test "${file_list}" ; then
      rm -f ${file_list}
   fi
done

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