7157Re: Latexsuite + MacVim: No View rule defined for target pdf
- Apr 4, 2008Still not at my comp, so can't confirm it worked for me -- though I'm
sure it will! --, but just wanted to jolt down that I *did* have the
ViewRule set to something not-empty originally. I even tried with
different apps. Having it set to non-empty/empty did not matter for
*However*, in none of my attempts did I have a target specified
($*.pdf or some such) in the variable. Perhaps that would have made a
difference; I don't know. I'll get back to you, though you all seem to
have this figured down to its core now. :-)
By the way, I wrote on this list instead of some other list/forum --
like the vim-latex one, or some such --, since I only got this with
the VimMac, not with native vim. (Though I didn't try console VimMac.)
On Fri, Apr 4, 2008 at 3:50 PM, Ben Schmidt
> Ted Pavlic wrote:
> > The line that *SHOULD* be there is (all one line):
> > if !(has('win32') || has('macunix')) &&
> > (!Tex_GetVarValue('Tex_UseMakefile') || (glob('makefile*') == '' &&
> > glob('Makefile*') == ''))
> > That will fix the problem. Both macunix and win32 have a way of opening
> > those files without needing a specified viewer.
> 1. Thanks for communicating that. Do you have a way to get this and your other
> fixes included in vim-latex svn? Surely that would be worthwhile, particularly
> considering the number of vim-latex questions we get on these lists!
> 2. I wonder why I don't get the error. I have no Makefile and my Tex_ViewRule_pdf
> seems to be empty, and Tex_ViewRuleComplete_pdf seems to be undefined. The error
> should simply have occured when opening a .tex file, yeah?
> 3. Do you have any comment on the patch to compiler.vim suggested here?:
> It doesn't seem quite right to me, though it is a bit ambiguous. I guess the docs
> should be consulted--it seems like you're somehow meant to set viewer to an app
> name "Preview" rather than path to a binary, but the patch suggests changing it so
> you give a binary name, but I'm not sure this would work so well as what was
> originally there.
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