[OS X Emacs] SyncTex

Peter Dyballa Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Wed Jan 14 13:24:23 EST 2009

Am 14.01.2009 um 18:15 schrieb Jan Rosinski:

> No, its opposite, SynTex works on laptop with old software (!)
> but does not on the desktop with the newest mactex2008.

Then it's probably best to send an eMail to the TeX on Mac OS X list:

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I'm neither using Mac TeX nor the SyncTeX feature ...

*Before* you start, you can add to the preamble of your hopefully  
identical test files this statement:


At the end of the LOG you will find a list of files used including  
their version information. This and other contents (tex binary  
version) from the LOG files can be very well compared in Emacs with  
compare-windows! 'which tex' and 'echo $PATH' are also good commands  
from the prompt in Emacs' *shell* buffer ... You could also check on  
both systems differences in SyncTeX: it's still a software in  
development. Are you using the same versions of Skim and the same  
preferences? The command 'defaults read net.sourceforge.skim- 
app.skim' will show their settings. (There are also PLIST editors  
with a GUI, for example "Property List Editor.app" form Apple's  
developers tools.)



Who the fsck is "General Failure," and why is he reading my disk?

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