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chklref: manual page for chklref 3.1.2


chklref - manual page for chklref 3.1.2


chklref [,options/] ,texfile/


Check unused labels and bibitems in a LaTeX file


--tex <compiler>, -t
Specify the TeX compiler to be used. Default is `pdflatex`.
List of options to pass to the TeX compiler. It should be a quoted string of white space delimited options. Note that we always add `-interaction nonstopmode` on top of these options.
--debug, -d
Run in debug mode. Do not clean the generated `.chk` file.
--quiet, -q
Run in quiet mode. Do not print the output of the TeX compiler.
Do not run the LaTeX compiler but use the already existing `.chk` file. When this option is passed, the following other options are meaningless: `--tex`, `--tex-options`, `--quiet`, `--debug`.
--version, -v
Print the version of this script.
Print this help.


Written by Jerome Lelong <jerome.lelong [at]>


Report bugs to `chklref` is known not to work with `cleveref`. If you would like to contribute to `chklref`, feel free to open a PR on


Copyright 2005-2019 Jerome Lelong <jerome.lelong [at]>. This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.
This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under GPLv3.


The full documentation for chklref is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and chklref programs are properly installed at your site, the command
info chklref

should give you access to the complete manual.