## Forum archive 2000-2006

### Michael Gage - How to obtain a list of all problems in a library problem set

by Arnold Pizer -
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 How to obtain a list of all problems in a library problem set topic started 2/7/2006; 9:22:41 PMlast post 2/7/2006; 9:36:41 PM
 Michael Gage - How to obtain a list of all problems in a library problem set  2/7/2006; 9:22:41 PM (reads: 318, responses: 1) Question: The rochester problib stuff comes with nice compiled pdfs of each problem set -- they make it very easy to print out a whole chunk, and flag the problems we want to use. Does anything like that exist anywhere for any of the other problem libraries? I've been digging through the cvs repository and I can't seem to find any pdfs of any kind in any of the other libraries. Thanks! (posted for Prof. Cline ) <| Post or View Comments |>

 Michael Gage - Re: How to obtain a list of all problems in a library problem set  2/7/2006; 9:36:41 PM (reads: 406, responses: 0) As you note Arnie Pizer has made rendered pdf files of all of the files in each rochester library problem set. If you would like to obtain a pdf printout of a problem set from another library click on "Problem Library" in the left margin, then click on the library you are interested in, say Union College, and then the problem set: e.g. setDervBasic. This will take you to the url: at the bottom of the page is a button PDF_version of all of the problems in the set setDervBasic. Press this button to download all of the problems in that problem set as a pdf file. (The pdf file is created in real time, so you get the latest updates of the problem sets on our university webwork server. This is slightly behind the CVS server, but is still pretty up-to-date.) If you would like to download entire libraries, source code and all, you can do that quickly from the "Library Tarballs" page: http://webhost.math.rochester.edu/webworkdocs/librarytarballs. You can also hook your local problem library to the CVS so that you can do updates more easily (see http://devel.webwork.rochester.edu/twiki/bin/view/Webwork/WeBWorKCVS ) Hope this helps. -- Mike <| Post or View Comments |>