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Re: PDF build issue with 9.0 Alpha5

From: Tom Lane <tgl(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us>
To: "Erik Rijkers" <er(at)xs4all(dot)nl>
Cc: Devrim GÜNDÜZ <devrim(at)gunduz(dot)org>, "pgsql-docs" <pgsql-docs(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: PDF build issue with 9.0 Alpha5
Date: 2010-04-02 22:04:34
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"Erik Rijkers" <er(at)xs4all(dot)nl> writes:
> This is CentOS 5.2,

> yum list *jade*
> Installed Packages
> jadetex.noarch                           3.12-13.1.1            installed
> openjade.x86_64                          1.3.2-27               installed

Hmm.  Some rooting about in Red Hat's CVS says that that should be
practically indistinguishable from the 3.13 version shipping in current
Fedora.  In particular there is no real difference in jadetex.dtx in the
two versions, so they should both eat about the same number of strings.

Could you try this experiment:

1. make postgres-A4.tex-pdf

2. Edit the resulting postgres-A4.tex-pdf to insert a line


at the top.

3. make postgres-A4.pdf

4. In the resulting postgres-A4.log file, find the bit that looks like
this, and send it to the list:

Here is how much of TeX's memory you used:
 245829 strings out of 245830
 1743620 string characters out of 1810852
 628334 words of memory out of 1500000
 174597 multiletter control sequences out of 10000+200000
 99198 words of font info for 149 fonts, out of 1200000 for 2000
 645 hyphenation exceptions out of 8191
 28i,13n,45p,1206b,3965s stack positions out of 5000i,500n,6000p,200000b,15000s

It should be near but not quite at the end of the log (there will be
some output from pdftex after it).

			regards, tom lane

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