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Is there a hook that will allow me to change the document style and/or add packages to the latex file produced by the publish(...,'latex') command?

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Lee Samuel Finn
Lee Samuel Finn on 2 Aug 2015
Answered: François on 19 Mar 2016
I'm preparing notes for a class on numerical analysis. I would like to use the publish command to create a latex file that includes markup more sophisticated than matlab's embedded tex processor can handle, which I can then run through latex directly to produce class notes and handouts. Is there a hook that will allow me to change the document style and/or add packages to the latex file produced by the publish(...,'latex') command (and, so, save me the manual step of adding these by hand after the publish command produces the .tex file)?

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François
François on 19 Mar 2016
Hi,
You have just to put your own XSL file.
For instance:
publish('General.m','format','latex','stylesheet','/FullPath/mydom2latex.tex') where mydom2latex.tex is my own mxdom2latex.xsl, the default file using by matlab.
I add \usepackage{listings} and colours, some package and encoding for UTF8 french and it works...
So I attach files.

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 2 Aug 2015
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