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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • You can try to use technique that LaTeX uses: it writes information about sections and references to *.aux (auxilliary) file, so that table of contents might be at first page and you can refer to objects (equations, tables, figures, sections, etc.) which are later in the document.

    P.S. Do I understand correctly that mom is to groff like LaTeX is to TeX?
    • The mom docs specifically state that .TOC must be the last macro in the document. It says nothing about multi-pass parsing. And yeah, mom is a set of macros for groff. Very handy.