[TxMt] BibDesk link
robothor at gmail.com
Fri Aug 25 14:58:47 UTC 2006
There are several project options you can set that can do this:
TM_LATEX_COMPILER and TM_LATEX_OPTIONS
The former sets the executable that will run when you build the .tex
file. I use "latexmk.pl" for this, but you should be able to use
make as well. The latter sets the options that will be passed to the
executable. I use "-pdf" for my setup.
You can also set two others:
TM_LATEX_MASTER and TM_LATEX_BIB (very useful for projects with a lot
of small tex files that get imported in a master file).
On 25 Aug , 2006, at 8:54 AM, Alan Schmitt wrote:
> On 24 août 06, at 17:32, Charilaos Skiadas wrote:
>> Also, since you are new to LaTeX in TextMate, we are in the
>> process of revising the Help file in the LaTeX bundle. Let us know
>> if there are things that are unclear/missing/useful etc.
> I am also fairly new to TextMate (trying it again) and this bibtex
> post was most useful. I have a small question: I often have to
> collaborate with people who use makefiles for their compilation, so
> the "build and show" command does not help. Is there a way to have
> a shortcut run "make" in the current directory?
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