Fri May 2 14:48:04 UTC 2008

Looking at your test program log output this is what I see in the log:

(./test.out) (./test.out)
\@outlinefile=\write3
\openout3 = test.out'.

)
Runaway argument?
{http://jabref.sourceforge.net^^M\end {document}^^M
! File ended while scanning use of \hyper at n@rmalise.
<inserted text>
\par
<*> test.tex

I suspect you have forgotten a }', causing me
to read past where you wanted me to stop.
I'll try to recover; but if the error is serious,
you'd better type E' or X' now and fix your file.

! Emergency stop.

The LaTeX bundle uses a set of regular expressions to match warning
and error messages.

The key characters that I look for are:

!  at the beginning of a line
or the word error or warning on a line followed by the file and line
information.

These catch the vast majority of the errors and warnings that latex
produces, and is why TM does catch the line ! File ended....

Adding a match for Runaway argument would not be hard if it is the
right thing to do....

Thanks,

On May 2, 2008, at 9:34 AM, Christian wrote:

> Am 02.05.2008 um 13:10 schrieb Charilaos Skiadas:
>> On May 2, 2008, at 4:28 AM, Christian wrote:
>>
>>> Am 02.05.2008 um 09:47 schrieb Christian:
>>>> Hi all,
>>>>
>>>> I really having trouble with TM. For some reason TM does not
>>>> consider the % sign within LaTeX. This means I get a lot of error
>>>> messages. If I comment out some included file (e.g. %
>>>> \input{history}) TM still reads the file and sends me errors like:
>>>>
>>>> Latex Error: ./history.tex:6 LaTeX Error: Something's wrong--
>>>> perhaps a missing \item.
>>>>
>>>> The file looks at this point as follows:
>>>>
>>>> % 	\item parindent durch Option halfparskip entfernt
>>>>
>>>> Why does that happen and so suddenly and how could I resolve it?
>>>
>>> What a strange behaviour. I typeset the file within TeXShop and it
>>> gave me a runaway argument with the precise position in the code.
>>> I missed a curly bracket on a \url command. Thats it.
>>>
>>> Why does TM responds with such wrong error messages and not with a
>>> precise one?
>>
>> TM does not try to compile your file, it delegates that task to
>> pdflatex. So does TeXShop. In theory they are calling the same
>> program. So I see no reason for the discrepancy. Please provide a
>> minimal reproducible and clear example.
>
> Here is the working minimal example (the curly bracket after \url is
> missing):
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> You can see that TeXShop provides the erroneous passage of the code.
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> \documentclass{scrartcl}
> \usepackage{hyperref}
> %
> \begin{document}
> 	\url{http://jabref.sourceforge.net
> \end{document}
> -------------------------
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> TM error message:
> -------------------------
> This is pdfTeXk, Version 3.141592-1.40.3 (Web2C 7.5.6)
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> Processing: ./urltest.tex
>
> Document Class: scrartcl 2006/07/30 v2.95b KOMA-Script document
> class (article)
>
> ! File ended while scanning use of \hyper at n@rmalise.
>
> ! Emergency stop.
>
> ! ==> Fatal error occurred, no output PDF file produced!
>
> Complete transcript is in urltest.log
>
> Found 1 errors, and 2 warnings in 1 runs
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> TeXShop error message
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> <ishot-2.png>
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