Known extensions to AUCTeX are controlled by the variable TeX-file-extensions: TeX-file-extensions is a variable defined in ”. Its value is. AUCTeX Starting a Command on a Document or Region. C-c C-a) Compile the current document until an error occurs or it is finished. Actually, there is another command which comes in handy to compile documents: type C-c C-a (TeX-command-run-all) and AUCTeX will compile the document.
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The third is the command to be used for plain TeX. AUCTeX keeps track of macros, environments, labels, and compie files that are used in a given document. You can instruct TeX to print error messages in the form file: I agree that C-c C-c is faster than f5; however, I want to be able to save before running the command. The solution for me was to remove auctex and reinstall it.
Without it, the files in the document will not know anything about each other, except for the name of the master file. You can use the customize interface to add “ins” to this list or with something aictex this in your init file: Looking at the loading messages, there is a report that tex-site could not be found. Usually dvipdfmx command is used for this purpose. Here is a quote from auctex manual Once you started the command selection auctfx C-c C-c, C-c C-s or C-c C-b you will be prompted for the type of command.
If you want to extract the style file or any other packageyou have to run LaTeX on your “Makefile”, that is latex sample. Aaron Harris 8 Thus, if you are editing aucteex different documents, you can have n plus one processes running at the same time.
Want to see what Emacs is capable of?! Note that most of the time you don’t need to type latex or view or whatever you want to dobecause C-c C-c is smart about the command it suggests.
You can also insert the file variable yourself, by putting the following text at the end of your files. You can permanently activate TeX-source-correlate-mode by customizing the variable TeX-source-correlate-mode. In particular, I’m not sure what it will do if there is no master file set, and it will recompile even if it doesn’t need to. The second is a string describing the engine.
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It can be set globally using customization interface or on a per-file basis, by specifying it as a file variable. Also, check out the following settings to see if they are set correctly: Sign up using Facebook.
The trailer is all text from the line matching the regular expression TeX-trailer-start. PiCo I took a look into the master-file-less situation and updated tto answer with the result.
At least is it possible to simply compile without having to confirm the latex command? I agree that C-c C-c is faster than f5 ; however, I want to be able to save before running the command, and I find f5 to be much more ergonomic.
Thank you ArashEsbati That worked. By default, it will assume that the current file is the master file. Hi Aaron, thanks for this.
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How would I go about binding a key ideally F5 to this sequence? If you want to override an entry from that, add an entry to TeX-engine-alist that starts with the same symbol as that the entry in the built-in list and specify the executables you want to use instead. This is a killer suggestion! I’m not sure why this is the case, since this says AUCTeX should query you for a master file if it’s not already set, and this command does no querying even in that case.
I don’t think there’s anything that will work out of the box, and the naive approach of just calling the two commands in sequence won’t work because you need the compilation process to finish before you can view the output.
These files may also include other files themselves. An empty string or nil means there is no command available. The choice between source specials and SyncTeX can be controlled with the variable TeX-source-correlate-method.