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11836Re: Keeping latex message after compilation

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  • David Patrick Henderson
    Oct 1, 2010
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      On 01 Oct 2010, at 13:30, björn wrote:

      > " Set 'makeprg' so that you can use Cmd+B to compile
      > setl makeprg=pdflatex\ -interaction=nonstopmode\ %

      I use 'pdflatex --shell-escape --synctex=1 --interaction=nonstopmode $*' in my compiler argument to latex-suite, adding the synctex and using Skim.app, one can achieve behavior very like TexShop's where one can double click at a point in the pdf and have it return one to the appropriate spot in the tex file; the secret sauce being to set Skim's sync facility to invoke mvim with args '-c ":RemoteOpen +%line %file"' making it easy to correct errors in one's text. The pdflatex command may need some tweaking if not using latex-suite but should still be workable

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