[OS X TeX] Re: Hide temporary files created by TeXShop
youcontrol at hispeed.ch
Mon Sep 17 18:36:38 EDT 2007
> The only time I delete them is when there is an error that
> necessitates it. Quite properly, that is the only time you need to
> remove those files or when the job is completed and the auxiliary
> files are no longer going to be kept (archived).
That is exactly what I do (delete after certain errors and for archiving).
> But if you want to delete them every time, why not make an Automator
> file that runs both processes?
No, I don't want to delete them every time. I don't want to see them.
Except for the .bst file, I never ever really need to see or touch
these files (the only reason wanting to see them is when you want to
delete them for reasons listed above, what I have to do occasionally on
Windows helping my colleagues with compilation errors, but for that we
already have command).
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