Re: [OS X TeX] Non–Recovery from Error
Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Fri Mar 11 04:45:27 EST 2011
Am 11.03.2011 um 05:11 schrieb Messerschmitt David:
> My suggestion (hope) was that the "Runaway argument" + manual
> delete .aux
> is unnecessary. Is there some reason that latexmk could not auto
> the circumstance and do the .aux delete itself?
Which are the rules that make TeX binaries spit out that "Runaway
argument"? Is it only caused by a faulty AUX file? Do the TeX binaries
return different error codes? Do they output different file names or
line numbers that make clear that the AUX file causes the error?
Latexmk works logically and has to conclude, when some exact
information is missing: Does not compute.
I assume it's possible to change your Latexmk files that the AUX file
is deleted when a particular error is encountered. Herb is the
specialist on Latexmk!
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