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        mtx-context - ConTeXt Process Management


       mtxrun --script context [ OPTIONS ...  ] [ FILENAMES ]


       ConTeXt Process Management


       --run  process (one or more) files (default action)

       --make create context formats

              use ctx file (process management specification)

              ignore ctx directives and flags

              use specified user interface (default: en)

              close pdf file in viewer and start pdf viewer afterwards

              purge files either or not after a run (--pattern=...)

              purge all files either or not after a run (--pattern=...)

              load  the  given module or style, normally part of the distribu-

              load the given environment file first (document styles)

              enable given the modes (conditional processing in styles)

              also consult the given paths when files are looked for

              set variables that can be  consulted  during  a  run  (key/value

              set the randomseed

              rename the resulting output to the given name

              set tracker variables (show list with --showtrackers)

              set directive variables (show list with --showdirectives)

              disable logcatgories (show list with --showlogcategories)

              strip  Lua  code  (only meant for production where no errors are

              show errors at the end of a run, quit when in  list  (also  when

              generate html error page instead (optional: =scite)

              disable logging to the console (logfile only)

              purge result file before run

              force xml stub

              force cld (context lua document) stub

              force lua stub (like texlua)

              force mp stub

              run  extra imposition pass, given that the style sets up imposi-

              ignore imposition specifications in the style

       --jit  use luajittex with jit turned off (only use the  faster  virtual

              use luajittex with jit turned on (in most cases not faster, even

       --once only run once (no multipass data file is produced)

       --runs process at most this many times

              process this many times (permits for optimization trial runs)

              run without stopping and do not show messages on the console

              run without stopping

              never initializes synctex (for production runs)

              run with synctex enabled (better use upsynctex[state=start]

              omit runtime dates in pdf file (optional value: a  number  (this
              1970 offset time) or string "YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM")

              forcefully turns off compression in the backend

              alternative trailer id (or constant one)

              generate file database etc. (as luatools does)

              do not descend to .. and ../..

              report installed context version

              assume given file present elsewhere

              use dummy file as jobname


              update context version number (also provide --expert, optionally
              provide --basepath)

              omit runtime statistics at the end of the run

              profile job (use: mtxrun --script profile --analyze)

              generate timing and statistics overview

              keep previous tuc files (jobname-tuc-[run].tmp)

              keep previous log files (jobname-log-[run].tmp)

       --lmtx force lmtx mode (when available)

              process extra (mtx-context-... in distribution)

              show extras


              process file with texexec using pdftex

              process file with texexec using xetex

       --mkii process file with texexec

       --pipe do not check for file and enter scroll  mode  (--dummyfile=what-

              process file in a limited environment

              prepend the (found) binarypath to runners


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       found at:

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