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A LaTeX paper skeleton for CS systems conference formats
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A basic, USENIX and ACM style compliant LaTeX paper skeleton. The default output looks like this: http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~dga/paper_skel_lorem.pdf But is easily tweaked using the standard packages that are invoked in paper.tex. The supplied Makefile uses a LaTeX build system called rubber, which _greatly_ simplifies the build process. The hard way (multiple pdflatex/bibtex incantations) will also work. rubber is available at https://launchpad.net/rubber/ This assumes that your biblio file is named 'ref.bib'. Change in paper.tex as appropriate. A note: The given Makefile tries to ensure that all fonts are embedded. You can double-check by running 'pdffonts' on the final paper.pdf or an individual figure. # # The skeleton for this paper comes from # https://github.com/efficient/paper_skel.git # When editing paper_skel, please ensure that your changes are # clean and apply to future papers in general, not just one # specific paper. Authors: Michael Kaminsky David G. Andersen A cast of thousands (okay, at least dozens!) of students and co-authors who've found bugs, made or suggested improvements, etc.