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Re: Automating Multi-Pass Processing with latexmk and TeXSho

Postby Herbert Schulz » Wed Apr 20, 2011 6:51 pm

Howdy,

Latexmk 4.23a has been published. It is a very minor bug fix update.

It is available set up for use with TeXShop as ``Latexmk423aTeXshop.zip'' from <http://public.me.com/herbs2>.
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Re: Automating Multi-Pass Processing with latexmk and TeXSho

Postby Herbert Schulz » Sat May 14, 2011 12:23 pm

Howdy,

Latexmk 4.24 has been published. Added a .bib file search even if you use biber.

It is available set up for use with TeXShop as ``Latexmk424TeXshop.zip'' from <http://public.me.com/herbs2>.
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Re: Automating Multi-Pass Processing with latexmk and TeXSho

Postby Herbert Schulz » Thu Jul 07, 2011 5:58 pm

Howdy,

Latexmk 4.25 has been published. Only changes that have to do with Windows. However, I've added a simple dtxmk engine for compiling dtx package files into package documentation using pdflatex.

It is available set up for use with TeXShop as ``Latexmk425TeXshop.zip'' from <http://public.me.com/herbs2>.
Good Luck,
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Re: Automating Multi-Pass Processing with latexmk and TeXSho

Postby Herbert Schulz » Thu Aug 11, 2011 3:31 pm

Howdy,

Latexmk 4.26 has been published. Fixes a bug when using the biblatex 1.6 package with biber 0.9.4.

It is available set up for use with TeXShop as ``Latexmk426TeXshop.zip'' from <http://public.me.com/herbs2>.
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Re: Automating Multi-Pass Processing with latexmk and TeXSho

Postby Herbert Schulz » Thu Oct 13, 2011 1:56 am

Howdy,

Latexmk 4.27a has been published. Fixes some minor bugs and adds some minor command line features.

It is available set up for use with TeXShop as ``Latexmk427aTeXshop.zip'' from <http://public.me.com/herbs2>.
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Re: Automating Multi-Pass Processing with latexmk and TeXSho

Postby Herbert Schulz » Mon Nov 28, 2011 11:51 pm

Howdy,

Latexmk 4.28a has been published. Fixes some bugs.

It is available set up for use with TeXShop as ``Latexmk428aTeXshop.zip'' from <http://public.me.com/herbs2>.
Good Luck,
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Re: Automating Multi-Pass Processing with latexmk and TeXSho

Postby Herbert Schulz » Thu Dec 01, 2011 10:00 pm

Howdy,

Latexmk 4.28c has been published. Fixes up a bug when using biblatex/biber and only have the bbl file.

It is available set up for use with TeXShop as ``Latexmk428cTeXshop.zip'' from <http://public.me.com/herbs2>.
Good Luck,
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Re: Automating Multi-Pass Processing with latexmk and TeXSho

Postby Herbert Schulz » Fri Dec 09, 2011 2:15 am

Howdy,

Latexmk 4.29a has been published. Adds support for the feynmp package and mpost, provided a suitable custom dependency is defined. I have not added that support to the presently supplied engines. If there is a demand for that support I'll add it to the latexmk.engine.

It is available set up for use with TeXShop as ``Latexmk429aTeXshop.zip'' from <http://public.me.com/herbs2>.
Good Luck,
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Re: Automating Multi-Pass Processing with latexmk and TeXSho

Postby Herbert Schulz » Sat Dec 10, 2011 11:44 pm

Howdy,

Latexmk 4.30a has been published. As with 4.29a it adds support for the feynmp package and mpost, provided a suitable custom dependency is defined. I have not added that support to the presently supplied engines. If there is a demand for that support I'll add it to the latexmk.engine. All other changes from 4.29a are for other platforms.

Note: it is possible to add Sage support to the latexmk engines but I can't really do it as a default because it depends upon the PATH to the sage binary and that depends on how you installed sage.

It is available set up for use with TeXShop as ``Latexmk430aTeXshop.zip'' from <http://public.me.com/herbs2>.
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Re: Automating Multi-Pass Processing with latexmk and TeXSho

Postby Herbert Schulz » Thu Apr 05, 2012 1:28 pm

Howdy,

Latexmk 4.31 has been released. I've tested it with the auxiliary files I supply with it for TeXShop and they all work properly. You can pick up the update as Latexmk431TeXShop.zip at <http://dl.dropbox.com/u/10932738/index.html>. Instructions for installing it are supplied with all the files for the update.

There have been many updates in 4.31 and you can read more about them at <http://www.phys.psu.edu/~collins/software/latexmk/versions.html>. I haven't used any of the new things with the TeXShop support but may change things in the future. I'll let you know if/when that happens.

One thing to note is that recorder mode is now turned on by default by latexmk. This helps latexmk determine the file dependencies in a compile by examining the generated .fls file. You may want to add the .fls extension to the list of files removed by TeXShop's File->Trash Aux Files… menu command. To do this execute the command
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defaults write TeXShop OtherTrashExtensions -array-add "fls"
in Terminal to add to that hidden preference.
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