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Subject: PassiveTeX Limits
Hello. Is anyone having problems with PassiveTeX? It worked fine for me and recently started complaining, I think due to the size of my documents. I've tried back-reving DocBook XSL and even hacking out large portions of my doc to get it working but no luck. I probly should backrev the DTD but haven't yet. It complains that I've exceeded the capacity of TeX's main memory size. I used all of the recommended size from the PassiveTeX page and then started bumping values from there (mostly the strings value) untill I get this memory cap and I can not find a way past it. Does anyone have any ideas? PassiveTeX makes for some beautiful output even if it is a pain to use (well, TeX anyway). Here's the output, the source is about 36pages in length when rendered with FOP, XMLlint finds no problems, and both XEP and FOP have no problems with it. The source is DocBook XML, processed with XSLTproc, using the latest DTD (4.3CR1) and XSL (1.64.0). :    Runaway argument? \utfeight@chardef \FOtextalign \XML@attrib 0:text-align-last\relax \FOtextalign last \ETC. ! TeX capacity exceeded, sorry [main memory size=1000001]. <argument> ...eight@chardef \FOzindex \XML@attrib 6:placement\relax \FOkplac... l.233 </fo:block></fo:block> <fo:block space-before.optimum="1em" space-befor... ! ==> Fatal error occurred, the output PDF file is not finished! Transcript written on passivetex.log. make: *** [pdf] Error 1 I've currently got main_memory in my texmf.cnf cranked up to 2500000. Any ideas? Any thoughts are greatly appreciated. benr.