Re: [OS X TeX] Non–Recovery from Error
herbs at wideopenwest.com
Wed Mar 9 19:53:55 EST 2011
On Mar 9, 2011, at 6:20 PM, Messerschmitt David wrote:
> As a practical suggestion, I do a "typeset" quite often when I am entering any macros or equations.
> That way, when the problem you mention occurs I know exactly where to look for the syntax error.
> Often I will enter a complicated equation incrementally, starting with just the brackets and then adding the
> remainder of the structure, doing a "typeset" with each addition to catch any syntax errors early when they are easy to spot.
> When I do have to remove .aux files, I find that texshop brings up the viewer on the incorrect page on the first "typeset".
> The second "typeset" brings me back to where I was and want to be. If anybody has a workaround on that
> little annoyance I would appreciate it.
I wouldn't be surprised that the synctex file is messed up when the aux file is messed up so I doubt there is anything one can do about that.
(herbs at wideopenwest dot com)
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