[OS X TeX] how imitate TeXShop's pdflatexmk from command line
murrayeisenberg at gmail.com
Thu Aug 22 12:52:21 EDT 2019
The dead-stop freezes of TeXShop (now version 4.31) under macOS Mojave have become utterly frustrating, making the app nearly impossible to use except as an editor: typically on my book-lenght project I cannot get more than 2 or 3 successive runs of latex without a freeze; and nearly every time a run of pdflatexmk freezes somwhere before, or in, the final pass.
So I have to resort to running on the command line. The typical sequence would be:
makeindex -s main.ist main
My book has two indexes — an index of names and the main index — along with an index of notation (nomenclature). but I’m not getting any of them in the pdf.
Specifically, I’m using documentclass memoir, (in case that matters) along with packages:
nomencl (for which I have a nomencl.cfg)
The glossary is supposed to be printed by command
and then the two indexes are supposed to be printed by commands:
After the third run of pdflatex, I have the files:
notation.idx (but empty)
After the run of makeindex, before the final run of pdflatex, I have in addition the file
By contrast, on the rare occasions I can get TeXShop’s pdflatexmk engine to complete all passes, I have also:
main.nlo (for the index of notation provided by nomencl)
My platexmkrc file is:
$makeindex = "makeindex -s %R.ist %O -o %D %S”;
How should I modify the manual steps so as to accomplish the same thing as a TeXShop run of the pdflatexmk engine, showing all 3 indexes?
Murray Eisenberg murrayeisenberg at gmail.com
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