All TeXMF Programs

;; TeX uses the buffer to contain input lines, but macro expansion
;; works by writing material into the buffer and reparsing the line.
;; As a consequence, certain constructs require the buffer to be very
;; large, even though most documents can be handled with a small
;; value.
buf_size = 200000

;; Width of context lines on terminal error messages.
error_line = 79

;; Extra low memory for boxes, glue, breakpoints, etc.
extra_mem_bot = 0

;; Extra high memory for chars, tokens, etc.
extra_mem_top = 0

;; Width of first lines of contexts in terminal error messages; should
;; be between 30 and (error_line - 15).
half_error_line = 50

;; Words of inimemory available.
main_memory = 3000000

;; Width of longest text lines output; should be at least 60.
max_print_line = 79

;; Maximum number of strings.
max_strings = 500000

;; Maximum number of simultaneous macro parameters.
param_size = 10000

;; Pool space free after format loaded.
pool_free = 47500

;; Max number of characters in all strings, including all error
;; messages, help texts, font names, control sequences.  These values
;; apply to TeX and MP.
pool_size = 3250000

;; Maximum number of simultaneous input sources.
stack_size = 5000

;; Strings available after format loaded.
strings_free = 100

;; Minimum pool space after TeX/MP's own strings; must be at least
;; 25000 less than pool_size, but doesn't need to be nearly that
;; large.
string_vacancies = 90000