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A hook to build your Latex files after every Git push.
#!/bin/sh
WEBDIR=yourwebdir
WORKSPACE=your/workspace
TEX_FILE_NAME=your_file
echo
echo "**** Pulling changes into Live [Hub's post-update hook]"
echo
# Go to the checked-out version of repo
cd $WORKSPACE || exit
unset GIT_DIR
# Save the current commit id so we can calculate the diff
current=`git rev-parse HEAD`
# Update the latest changes in master
git pull origin master
# Compile the LaTex stuff
pdflatex -interaction=batchmode $TEX_FILE_NAME.tex > /dev/null
bibtex -terse $TEX_FILE_NAME
pdflatex -interaction=batchmode $TEX_FILE_NAME.tex > /dev/null
pdflatex -interaction=batchmode $TEX_FILE_NAME.tex
# Create a folder for the new build
NOW=$(date +"%m-%d-%Y-%H%M")
OUT_DIR=$WEBDIR/$NOW
mkdir $OUT_DIR
# Move the results to the output directory
cp $TEX_FILE_NAME.pdf $OUT_DIR/$TEX_FILE_NAME-$NOW-.pdf
# Make a syntax highlighted diff in the output directory
git diff $current..HEAD | pygmentize -l diff -f html -O full > $OUT_DIR/diff.html
# Output the log messages to the output directory
git log $current..HEAD > $OUT_DIR/log.txt
# And we're all done
exec git update-server-info
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