[OS X Emacs] SyncTex
Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Fri Jan 16 14:28:38 EST 2009
Am 16.01.2009 um 17:16 schrieb Jan Rosinski:
> When I was struggling with the tex version on aquamacs, I installed
> and tried emacs carbon.
> Emacs accepted synctex without problems, so I infer it picked up
Carbon Emacs has (or had) particular hard-wired support inside an
ELisp file in its bundle. I remember having read that it had been
revised. Right now its site-start.el file contains in my elderly
version (Spring, 2008; I'm still on Tiger, free of all Leopard PDF
(unless (equal "NO"
(mac-get-preference "UnixPathFix" "CarbonEmacsPackage"))
"~/bin" ; one's own
"/usr/texbin" ; TeX
"/usr/X11R6/bin" ; xdvi
"/usr/local/teTeX/bin/i386-apple-darwin-current" ; i-Installer
"/usr/local/teTeX/bin/powerpc-apple-darwin-current" ; i-
"/opt/local/bin" ; MacPorts
"/sw/bin" ; Fink
(message "PATH=%s" (getenv "PATH"))
(setq carbon-emacs-package-unix-path-fixed t)
It's a bit clumsy, since teTeX is dead (and I doubt it existed long
enough to have an intel version for Mac OS X), xdvi is not in /usr/
X11R6/bin (which is /usr/X11/bin in Leopard), and the CPU hardware
can be determined programmatically. These things and failures would
not be needed if users would care a bit more about their doings.
It's not the valleys in life I dread so much as the dips.
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