AUCTEX COMPILE PDF
Known extensions to AUCTeX are controlled by the variable TeX-file-extensions: TeX-file-extensions is a variable defined in ”. Its value is. When you, for example, ask AUCTeX to run a command on the master file, it has no way of knowing the name of the master file. By default, it will assume that the. 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.
|Published (Last):||5 March 2005|
|PDF File Size:||10.94 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||18.24 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
I already tried to define the master file to be “sample. The name of the region file is controlled by the variable TeX-region. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
You can use the customize interface to add “ins” to this list or with something like this in your init file:. I had auctex installed via the package system and used that for these operations. In my case, the define-key is inside a use-package call, to achieve the same purpose. Post as a guest Name.
Sign up using Facebook. Want to add to the discussion? It doesn’t work when there is no masterfile. There are two ways to run an external command, you can either run it on the current document with TeX-command-masteror on the current region with TeX-command-region. If AUCTeX finds the line indicating the end of the header in a master file TeX-header-endit can figure out for itself that this is a master file.
The region contents are written into the region file, after extracting the header and trailer from the master file. See also the command TeX-pin-region about how to fix a region. To view the compiled document I do C-c C-v.
AUCTeX Starting a Command on a Document or Region
Thank you ArashEsbati That worked. If compilation finishes successfully, run the viewer at the end. Since the master file perhaps indirectly includes all other files in the document, AUCTeX will get information from all files in the document.
If the file being edited aucctex actually included from another file, then you can tell AUCTeX the name of the master file by setting this variable. Submit a new text post. I’m not sure why this is the case, since this says AUCTeX should query you for a master file if compilee not already set, and this command does no querying even in that case. You can also insert the file variable yourself, by putting the following text at the end of your files.
AUCTeX View and Compile commands in Emacs – TeX – LaTeX Stack Exchange
Hi Aaron, thanks for this. 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. Here is a quote from auctex manual. I couldn’t immagine it was so complicated.
In order to compile I do C-c C-c, then it asks “Command: C-c C-b Query the user for a command, and apply it to the contents of the current buffer. At least is it possible to simply compile without having to xompile the latex command?
AUCTeX will try to guess which command is appropriate in the given situation and propose it as default.
Thanks, I have Everything worked as you described. C-c C-a Compile the current document until an error occurs or it is finished. Also, I generally have the pdf I’m working on open in a separate buffer, so I never want to run the view. You can use the customize interface to add “ins” to this list or with something like this compiel your init file: Suctex will allow one process for each document, plus one process for the region file to be active at the same time.