[TxMt] Re: Latex - problem with "clean aux files" - nothing happens

A.M a.m at comhem.se
Thu May 7 09:39:03 UTC 2009

Stéphane Thil wrote:
> Le 7 mai 09 à 00:51, A.M a écrit :
>> Hi guys!
>> I've been using TextMate for a while (still a bit of a newbie though),
>> especially for Latex and I really LOVE everything about it. However,  
>> after
>> making a clean install due to a new MacBook I'm having some problems  
>> with
>> cleaning up the aux files that is created when I press cmd-R.
>> As I remember from my previous installation - all the aux files were  
>> deleted
>> when I clicked "clean up" in the html-window (that is displayed  
>> after cmd-R)
>> or by hitting ctrl-alt-delete, but now nothing happens - all files  
>> are still
>> in the folder where the .latex and .bib files are and the html-window
>> displays "Found 0 errors, and 0 warnings in 0 runs" after "clean up".
>> Have I messed something up or is there some issues with the "trash aux
>> files" command? Please help as it's so frustrating to have to manually
>> delete these files when, for instance, I've made some changes in the
>> .bib-file and need to include this new citation - but it only  
>> results in a
>> [?] until I manually delete the aux files and re-run "Typeset and  
>> view".
> Hi,
> Independently from your `cleaning' problem, the missing citations  
> issue should be solved by running bibtex and then pdftex twice when  
> you change citations (the use of Latexmk.pl as the typesetting engine  
> would automate this process).
> Cheers,
> S.

Thanks for your reply. I do use pdflatex as the typesetting engine with
Latexmk.pl checked. When I add a work to my .bib-file I can immediately see
it when pressing alt-esc after typing \cite{} in TM but it still results in
[?] after I press cmd-R.
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