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We have a tag to refer about pdf(La)TeX, but no actual way to tag a question specifically for the classic latex or tex compilers. For example I don't know how to tag questions ala "How to use PNG images with latex". In contrast, a question like "How to use EPS images with pdflatex" can be tagged with .

Using would be a workaround, but after all , which is about the PDF format per se, would be wrong for related questions.

Should we create a tag or similar?

 

UpdateMay 7th 2012: 14th July

If there are no objections I like to implement Stefan'snow created the with synonyms (for easier typing) and (alternative suggestion soon). Please use it as follows:

  • Questions about the latex compiler which outputs .dvi files should be tagged with .
  • Questions in general about producing DVI files should be also tagged with .
  • Questions about the DVI format itself, like how to convert it to a different format, should be tagged with .
  • It would be possible to use both tags together if the question is about producing and converting DVI files etc.

This is analog to the existing tags and .

We have a tag to refer about pdf(La)TeX, but no actual way to tag a question specifically for the classic latex or tex compilers. For example I don't know how to tag questions ala "How to use PNG images with latex". In contrast, a question like "How to use EPS images with pdflatex" can be tagged with .

Using would be a workaround, but after all , which is about the PDF format per se, would be wrong for related questions.

Should we create a tag or similar?

Update: 14th July

If there are no objections I like to implement Stefan's suggestion soon.

We have a tag to refer about pdf(La)TeX, but no actual way to tag a question specifically for the classic latex or tex compilers. For example I don't know how to tag questions ala "How to use PNG images with latex". In contrast, a question like "How to use EPS images with pdflatex" can be tagged with .

Using would be a workaround, but after all , which is about the PDF format per se, would be wrong for related questions.

Should we create a tag or similar?

 

May 7th 2012:

I now created the with synonyms (for easier typing) and (alternative suggestion). Please use it as follows:

  • Questions about the latex compiler which outputs .dvi files should be tagged with .
  • Questions in general about producing DVI files should be also tagged with .
  • Questions about the DVI format itself, like how to convert it to a different format, should be tagged with .
  • It would be possible to use both tags together if the question is about producing and converting DVI files etc.

This is analog to the existing tags and .

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We have a tag to refer about pdf(La)TeX, but no actual way to tag a question specifically for the classic latex or tex compilers. For example I don't know how to tag questions ala "How to use PNG images with latex". In contrast, a question like "How to use EPS images with pdflatex" can be tagged with .

Using would be a workaround, but after all , which is about the PDF format per se, would be wrong for related questions.

Should we create a tag or similar?

Update: 14th July

If there are no objections I like to implement Stefan's suggestion soon.

We have a tag to refer about pdf(La)TeX, but no actual way to tag a question specifically for the classic latex or tex compilers. For example I don't know how to tag questions ala "How to use PNG images with latex". In contrast, a question like "How to use EPS images with pdflatex" can be tagged with .

Using would be a workaround, but after all , which is about the PDF format per se, would be wrong for related questions.

Should we create a tag or similar?

We have a tag to refer about pdf(La)TeX, but no actual way to tag a question specifically for the classic latex or tex compilers. For example I don't know how to tag questions ala "How to use PNG images with latex". In contrast, a question like "How to use EPS images with pdflatex" can be tagged with .

Using would be a workaround, but after all , which is about the PDF format per se, would be wrong for related questions.

Should we create a tag or similar?

Update: 14th July

If there are no objections I like to implement Stefan's suggestion soon.

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