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#!/bin/sh
# This script will compile or run another finishing operation on a document. I
# have this script run via vim.
#
# Compiles .tex. groff (.mom, .ms), .rmd, .md, .org. Opens .sent files as sent
# presentations. Runs scripts based on extention or shebang
#
# Note that .tex files which you wish to compile with XeLaTeX should have the
# string "xelatex" somewhere in a comment/command in the first 5 lines.
file=$(readlink -f "$1")
dir=${file%/*}
base="${file%.*}"
ext="${file##*.}"
cd "$dir" || exit
textype() { \
command="pdflatex"
( sed 5q "$file" | grep -i -q 'xelatex' ) && command="xelatex"
$command --output-directory="$dir" "$base" &&
grep -i addbibresource "$file" >/dev/null &&
biber --input-directory "$dir" "$base" &&
$command --output-directory="$dir" "$base" &&
$command --output-directory="$dir" "$base"
}
case "$ext" in
[0-9]) preconv "$file" | refer -PS -e | groff -mandoc -T pdf > "$base".pdf ;;
c) cc "$file" -o "$base" && "$base" ;;
go) go run "$file" ;;
cpp) g++ "$file" -o "base" && "$base";;
h) sudo make install ;;
m) octave "$file" ;;
md) if [ -x "$(command -v lowdown)" ]; then
lowdown -d nointem -e super "$file" -Tms | groff -mpdfmark -ms -kept > "$base".pdf
elif [ -x "$(command -v groffdown)" ]; then
groffdown -i "$file" | groff > "$base.pdf"
else
pandoc "$file" --pdf-engine=xelatex -o "$base".pdf
fi ; ;;
mom) preconv "$file" | refer -PS -e | groff -mom -kept -T pdf > "$base".pdf ;;
ms) preconv "$file" | refer -PS -e | groff -me -ms -kept -T pdf > "$base".pdf ;;
py) python "$file" ;;
[rR]md) Rscript -e "rmarkdown::render('$file', quiet=TRUE)" ;;
rs) cargo build ;;
sass) sassc -a "$file" "$base.css" ;;
scad) openscad -o "$base".stl "$file" ;;
sent) setsid -f sent "$file" 2>/dev/null ;;
tex) textype "$file" ;;
org) emacs "$file" --batch -u "$USER" -f org-latex-export-to-pdf ;;
*) sed 1q "$file" | grep "^#!/" | sed "s/^#!//" | xargs -r -I % "$file" ;;
esac