[OS X TeX] TeXShop features I would like to correct (or have corrected)
Josep M. Font
jmfont at inicia.es
Wed Nov 7 17:50:54 EST 2007
El 07/11/2007, a las 10:40, Tom Koornwinder escribió:
> On 06-11-2007 at 11:40 Bruno Voisin wrote:
>> That's the only way to get LaTeX to produce a well-formed .aux file
>> before stopping. If, as I do most of the time, when LaTeX stops
>> for an
>> error, you just go back to the edit window and correct the error then
>> press Cmd-T to start a new run, LaTeX will start its new run by
>> reading the malformed .aux file created during the abruptly
>> interrupted preceding run, and fun will begin.
> So I will from now on avoid this by typing in the console window "x"
> followed by Return after an error (at least for latex files which have
> become so long that the "unfinished line" phenomenon in the .aux file
> starts occurring).
So will I.
El 07/11/2007, a las 11:16, Frank STENGEL escribió:
> Wouldn't it be possible to have TeXShop automagically send an x to
> properly stop a typeset whenever the user goes back to the edit
> window and uses cmd-T to re-typeset or tell the user to properly
> stop the typesetting engine? Textures used to be quite strong
> willed about it: you had to stop the typesetting process before
> being able to start a new typeset.
I thought this was what the "abort" button in TeXShop's console
window did. If not, what does it do ?
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