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 commands will be called one after the other, and you don't have to care for the  commands will be called one after the other, and you don't have to care for the
 order afterwards anymore -- this is handled in the Makefile now.  order afterwards anymore -- this is handled in the Makefile now.
   
   ### LaTeX-Mk
   
   The latex-mk package in pkgsrc (print/latex-mk) provides a more comprehensive and capable
   build system for LaTeX based documents
   that is similar in spirit to the BSD make system used for building NetBSD.  As a simple example, 
   consider a document where the top level file is `mydoc.tex` and in turn, `ch1.tex`, `ch2.tex`, `ch3.tex`,
   and `refs.tex` are included.  In addition, a bibliography produced with BibTeX is in the file
   `mybib.bib`.  The `Makefile` for this project would be:
   
       NAME= mydoc
       TEXSRCS= ch1.tex ch2.tex ch3.tex refs.tex
       BIBTEXSRCS= mybib.bib
   
       .include "/usr/pkg/share/latex-mk/latex.mk" 
   
   The build system implemented by LaTeX-Mk provides various targets like view, pdf, viewpdf, etc.  
   For example
   
      make viewpdf
   
   will take the steps needed to process the document, create a pdf file, and open a pdf viewer.
   
   For complete information on LaTeX-Mk's features and usage, visit 
   the [LaTeX-Mk homepage](http://latex-mk.sf.net).
   
 ### Version control systems  ### Version control systems
   
 When developing software, people often use  When developing software, people often use

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