mjo-hurwitz.tex: new file for Hurwitz algebras (quaternions and octonions).
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1 == What ==
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3 My personal library of LaTeX functions, macros, operators, whatever.
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5 == How ==
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7 In the makefile of your project, you should list out the pieces of
8 mjotex that you use. For example,
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10 MJOTEX = mjo-fonts mjo-theorems
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12 The absolute paths to those libraries, on your system, can be found
13 using "kpsewhich" from the kpathsea suite:
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15 MJOTEXPATHS = $(shell kpsewhich $(MJOTEX))
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17 Now add those as dependencies of your document:
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19 example.pdf: example.tex example.bbl ... $(MJOTEXPATHS)
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21 If you're planning on publishing your document, then you probably also
22 want to create a "dist" target that will bundle all of your
23 nonstandard TeX libraries along with the code for your document.
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25 A full makefile example is provided in the repository.
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27 If you're not planning on publishing your document, then you can save
28 yourself some trouble and just \usepackage{mjotex}. That will ignore
29 any changes to the mjotex library, but hey, YOLO.