[OS X TeX] markup changes/revisions
Rechtsanwalt Friedrich Vosberg
vosberg at meinrechtsanwalt.com
Wed Mar 1 06:07:11 EST 2006
Am 28.02.2006 um 23:59 schrieb mark oilcan:
> It sounds like you want something like latexdiff. Have you looked
> for suggestions?
> Mark A
latexdiff I've used some years ago. But I run it only in the terminal.
I just want to run a markup processor in TeXShop. I think it should
work as follows.
1.) I begin to write a document initial.tex.
2.) When I first typeset it a dialogue box should appear asking to
protect the pdf file (initial.pdf). If not approved nothing happens.
But if approved it works as follows:
3.) Later I do changes in the initial.tex file. When I save or
typeset it again it should be not saved as initial.tex but as a new
file initial-v2.tex. When I typeset the file the last pdf file
(initial.pdf) should not be overwritten but should be automatically
be created a new pdf.file (initial-v2.pdf) and should be
automatically run latexdiff (or another script) to compare the files
and creates a new pdf file that markups the differences (initial-
4.) In the window of initial-diff.pdf should be a checkbox to approve
»Accept all changes?« If checked and typeset initial-diff.pdf again
now initial.pdf should be overwritten and initial-v1.pdf, -.tex and
initial-diff.pdf should be deleted.
5.) If the checkbox left unchecked and initial.tex is changed again
same procedure as 3.) but now it will be created initial-v3.tex/pdf
compared with initial-v2 and the changes should be markuped in
inititial-diff.pdf by other colours.
I would appreciate if three change runs could be markuped in the file
inintial-diff.pdf (first changes red, second changes green, third
Could somebody here write a script for TeXShop, or much more better
has it allready written and could publish it?
Thanks a lot in advance and kind regards. Friedrich
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