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    1 # $Id: fmtutil-hdr.cnf 53804 2020-02-16 17:57:32Z karl $
    2 # Originally written by Thomas Esser, 1998. Public domain.
    3 #
    4 # For guidance on how to support local formats, see the man
    5 # page of fmtutil, or the output of fmtutil --help.
    6 # 
    7 # any manual edits of this file (fmtutil.cnf in the TEXMFDIST tree) will
    8 # be lost on update. So don't do that.
    9 #
   10 # The format of the table is:
   11 #
   12 # format  engine  pattern-file  arguments
   13 # Either spaces or tabs can be used as separators.
   14 #
   15 # The last "argument" must be the name of the file on which to run the
   16 # engine (e.g., initex). If the ini-engine is e-TeX (or compatible), and
   17 # the e-TeX extensions need to be enabled explicitly, the filename must
   18 # be prefixed with a * character; this is essentially equivalent to the
   19 # -etex option. (So don't use it if the engine doesn't support -etex.)
   20 # 
   21 # The purpose of the pattern-file is to support fmtutil's --byhyphen
   22 # option. It is not included in the command line to rebuild the format.
   23 # If no pattern-file is desired, use -.
   24 # fmtutil always passes the -ini option to the engine.
   25 #
   26 # Other notes:
   27 # 1) tex and amstex just load hyphen.tex. No customization.
   28 #    You can have your own customized (via babel's hyphen.cfg)
   29 #    formats on top of plain by using "bplain.tex" instead of
   30 #    plain.tex (e.g., bplain.ini file for bplain format).
   31 #
   32 # 2) etex-based formats load language.def, not language.dat.
   33 #
   34 # 3) The symbolic link to the right engines (e.g. bplain -> tex)
   35 #    is generated by the "texlinks" script.
   36 # 
   37 # 4) usual comments start with "# ", whereas disabled configurations
   38 #    start with "#! " in this file.
   39 #
   40 # 5) The entries in the main TeX Live fmtutil.cnf are created from the
   41 #    AddFormat directives in (ultimately) the *.tlpsrc files. Don't edit here.