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Reviews in Latex: how to



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  • Select Reviews from the top row, and then select my reviews from the drop-down menu under Review Filters
  • Click on the title of the review you want to work on, it will take you to the overview tab for this review.
  • Under the Technical details tab, check that the field Format is filled with Latex. In case it is still filled with TeXsis, your review has not been migrated to Latex yet. In this case, ask Piotr to switch your review to LaTeX (make sure to download a copy of the old source files before switching to LaTeX, you won't be able to access it anymore once the review has been switched to Latex in the PdgWorkspace)
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  • Under the Sources file tab, you can see the instructions on how to check out your review in Latex. If you can, please run the svn command in a command line prompt. Otherwise, download the tar file from the pdgworskpace interface and extract the archive.
  • cd latex_tutorial (or click on the extracted directory)
  • you need to compile the latex code. Type the following lines in a command line prompt:
    • pdflatex latex_tutorial
    • bibtex latex_tutorial.1
    • pdflatex latex_tutorial
    • pdflatex latex_tutorial
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    • make
  • it's a good idea, once in a while, to run svn update . It will make sure that you are working with the latest version of the pdg Latex templates
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  • Under the Sources file tab, you can see the instructions on how to check out your review in Latex. You can run the svn command in a command line prompt, or download the tar file from the pdgworskpace interface and extract the archive.
  • In case you are not running latex from a command line, you can find some hints on installing it and running it from a gui at this link: https://pdgdoc.lbl.gov/Pdg/LaTeXHints
  • In case you're working on a command line prompt, the list of commands to be used can be found in pdgworkspace under the Source File tab.
  • When working with svn and a command line prompt, it's recommended to run svn update often. This will ensure that you are working with the latest version of the pdg Latex templates
 

Edit the review

  • To edit the main body of the review, open with your favorite text editor the file BASENAME-main.tex where BASENAME is the string associated to your review under the Technical details tab in the PdgWorkspace.
  • After the command with the revision date (\revised{August 2018}), you can add some text.
  • The initial LaTeX template will includes instructions on how to write a PDG review in LaTeX (examples.tex). Once you don't need these instructions anymore, you can simply comment out the corresponding include line in your BASENAME-main.tex LaTeX file.
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  • An instrucions.pdf file is also stored in the directory: it contains recommendation and instructions on how to use the pdf template. It's also attached to this page instructions.pdf
 
  • There are certain files that you should not modify. If you do, your changes will be overwritten in svn daily.
    • Makefile - Makefile to generate different formats
    • pdg.cls - PDG review sytle file
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