Aspose::TeX Namespace Reference




class  AssemblyConstants
 Defines the constants that participate in the license check for the component. These used to be defined directly as assembly attributes, but I moved them into separate class because in .NET Compact Framework I cannot access assembly attributes. Now the licensing code when compiled for the .NET Compact Framework uses these constants instead of the assembly attributes. More...
class  BuildVersionInfo
 This class provides information about current product build. More...
class  License
 Provides methods to license the component. More...
class  Metered
 Provides methods to set metered key. More...
class  MeteredBillingService
 This internal class is used to handle customer's matered state More...
class  MeteredCountService
 This internal class is used to handle customer's consumption data, the unit is MB. More...
class  NamespaceDoc
 The Aspose.TeX is a root namespace for all classes of Aspose.TeX library which are either directly in it like Device or indirectly through several namesubspaces. More...
class  TeXConfig
 Class providing available TeX configurations. More...
class  TeXExtension
 Class defining constants to choose a TeX engine extension from. More...
class  TeXJob
 Implements features of a TeX job. More...
class  TeXOptions
 TeX file processing options class. More...


enum  Interaction {
  Interaction::BatchMode, Interaction::NonstopMode, Interaction::ScrollMode, Interaction::ErrorStopMode,
 Represents increasing amounts of user interaction. More...
enum  MeteredState { MeteredState::Evaluation, MeteredState::Paid }
 Represents possible metered states. More...

Enumeration Type Documentation

◆ Interaction

Represents increasing amounts of user interaction.


Omits all stops and omits terminal output.


Omits all stops.


Omits error stops.


Stops at every opportunity to interact.


Preserves the interaction mode defined by a TeX format.

◆ MeteredState

Represents possible metered states.


The metered is evaluation


The metered is a paid customer.