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`adhocfilelist.sh' varies LaTeX's \listfiles to produce a stand-alone list of
\Provides... contents for files typed explicitly or found by the `find' utility.
USAGE:    [PATH]adhocfilelist.sh [-OPTIONS] [FILES]
options:  -0   files modified today, in addition to -g
          -a $ files modified $ days ago (or like -mtime $, cf. -0)
          -c   compare info with modification dates (filedate.sty)
          -f   read FILES as `find' options and tests               ('\*.tex')
          -F $ read (first) `find' options/tests from file $         (\*.tex)
          -g   add FILES to standard `find' restrictions (cf. -f)
          -h   help display (what you are seeing)
          -i $ input TeX file $ (maybe for more `nicefilelist' settings,
                                 cf. `myfilist' v0.5 documentation)
          -l $ maximum (base) filename length for `longnamefilelist.sty'
          -n $ longest (base) filename for `nicefilelist.sty' (or ".")
          -o $ write list to plain text file $
          -x   use `xelatex'
Without `find', FILES is a comma-separated list of file names.
Without -l or -n, `myfilist.sty' is used. For background (e.g., mentioned
*.sty files), see latexfileinfo_pkgs.htm from package latexfileinfo-pkgs,

          http://ctan.org/pkg/latexfileinfo-pkgs

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