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chklref - Man Page

manual page for chklref 3.1.2

Synopsis

chklref [options] texfile

Description

Check unused labels and bibitems in a LaTeX file

Options

--tex <compiler>, -t

Specify the TeX compiler to be used. Default is `pdflatex`.

--tex-options

List of options to pass to the TeX compiler. It should be a quoted string of white space delimited options. Note that we always add `-interaction nonstopmode` on top of these options.

--debug,  -d

Run in debug mode. Do not clean the generated `.chk` file.

--quiet,  -q

Run in quiet mode. Do not print the output of the TeX compiler.

--parse-only

Do not run the LaTeX compiler but use the already existing `.chk` file. When this option is passed, the following other options are meaningless: `--tex`, `--tex-options`, `--quiet`, `--debug`.

--version,  -v

Print the version of this script.

--help,h

Print this help.

Author

Written by Jerome Lelong <jerome.lelong@gmail.com>

Reporting Bugs

Report bugs to https://github.com/jlelong/chklref. `chklref` is known not to work with `cleveref`. If you would like to contribute to `chklref`, feel free to open a PR on https://github.com/jlelong/chklref.

See Also

The full documentation for chklref is maintained as a Texinfo manual.  If the info and chklref programs are properly installed at your site, the command

info chklref

should give you access to the complete manual.

Info

November 2019 chklref 3.1.2