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Old 08-20-2012, 05:29 AM   #16
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I made some modifications, "-h" now out of case, getopt displays an error and then throws the information on how to use the script.
Eliminate long options (--book, --etc) are not relevant to the task, for now solve the problem of input parameter without "-", "--" except for b, f, l and s.
# Compile big TeX proyect 2012
# Set work dir (good idea) 
DIR="$( cd -P "$( dirname "${BASH_SOURCE[0]}" )" && pwd )"
# Help funtion
echo "The big TeX Proyect 2012"
                echo "Uso:sh $0 -b -l -f -s -h"
                echo "	-b|book     : Crea libro con marcas de agua."
                echo "	-l|legal    : Crea las guías en formato legal."	
                echo "	-s|screen   : Crea las presentaciones en pdf."
                echo "	-f|facsimil : Crea los facsímiles en pdf."                
		echo "	-h|help     : Muestra la ayuda y sale."
# end help funtion
# If no argument or -h show HELP and exit
# Regexxx
if [ $# -lt 1 ]||[ "$*" = '-help' ]||[ "$*" = '-h' ]||[[ "$*" =~ $REGEX ]];then
exit 0
# Declaring getopt options
if ! options=$(getopt -o blsf -- "$@");then
    # getopt will put out an error message
echo "Uso:sh $0 -b -l -f -s -h"
exit 0
# Take proyect name from input
echo Ingrese el nombre del proyecto
read NAME
if [ -d "$DIR/store/$NAME" ]; then
    echo "Ya existe $NAME intente con otro nombre"
    exit 0
set --$options
# start script options
while [ $# -gt 0 ]; do
# Case for paramet
case $1 in
# Crea el libro desde source
		mkdir -p $DIR/backup/$NAME/book &&
		echo "Creando book $NAME"
		for file in $DIR/source/book/*.tex 
		do pdflatex -output-directory=$DIR/backup/$NAME/book/ "$file" >/dev/null 2>&1 &&
		pdflatex -output-directory=$DIR/backup/$NAME/book/ "$file" >/dev/null 2>&1
		echo "BOOK Done!";;
# Crea las guias en formato 8.5x13 pulgadas
		mkdir -p $DIR/backup/$NAME/legal &&
		echo "Creando Legal $NAME"
		for file in $DIR/source/legal/*.tex 
		do pdflatex -output-directory=$DIR/backup/$NAME/legal/ "$file" >/dev/null 2>&1
		echo "LEGAL Done!";;
# Crea las guias tipo libro plegado 6.5x8.5 in
		mkdir -p $DIR/backup/$NAME/booklet &&
		echo "Creando facsimil $NAME"
           	cp -R $DIR/source/facsimil/ /$DIR/backup/$NAME/ &&
		for file in $DIR/source/booklet/*.tex 
		do pdflatex -output-directory=$DIR/backup/$NAME/facsimil "$file" >/dev/null 2>&1
	done &&
		cd $DIR/backup/$NAME/facsimil &&
		for file in *.tex 
		do pdflatex -output-directory=$DIR/backup/$NAME/booklet/ "$file" >/dev/null 2>&1
	done &&
		cd $DIR/
		rm -rf $DIR/backup/$NAME/facsimil/
		echo "FACSIMIL Done!";;
# Crea las presentaciones usando pdfscreen
		mkdir -p $DIR/backup/$NAME/screen &&
		echo "Creando screen $NAME"
        for file in $DIR/source/screen/*.tex 
		do pdflatex -output-directory=$DIR/backup/$NAME/screen/ "$file" >/dev/null 2>&1
		echo "SCREEN Done!";;
# various
	--) shift; break;;
    -*) echo "$0: error - $1" 1>&2; exit 1;;
	 *) break;;
# Clean temp files
find $DIR/backup/$NAME/ -regextype posix-awk -regex "(.*.log|.*.toc|.*.xwm|.*.out|.*.aux)" -exec rm -rf {} \; &&
cd $DIR/backup/ &&
# Create backup folder
tar -c --xz -f $NAME-$(date +%Y%m%d).tar.xz $NAME/ 
echo "El respaldo del proyecto $NAME ha creado con exito!"
# Move proyect to store 
mv $DIR/backup/$NAME/ $DIR/store/
echo "FINISH"
exit 0
It's not perfect, but it works, I would like to fix the regular expression to only accept "-b,-l,-s,-f" and "single space -b, single space -f, etc ..." and who does not accept "-" and "--" without a character preceding it (b,l,s,f). if this is possible in bash? ...
Best for all and many thanks for links and ideas.
PD: " --book option you have called pdflatex twice using the exact same information ..." yes necessary for pdftex (table of contents and cross references).

Last edited by pablgonz; 08-21-2012 at 08:37 PM. Reason: correct spelling, change to solved


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