Hi listers! This is my first post here. And I'm so sorry to have a so dummy start but... I'd like to use TextMate to write Plain TeX (not LaTeX!) papers but I can't figure out how to do it.
Anyone willing to help me?
Many thanks in advance.
* ßlue ßlue (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote: |> |> Hi listers! |> This is my first post here. And I'm so sorry to have a so dummy start |> but... |> I'd like to use TextMate to write Plain TeX (not LaTeX!) papers but I can't |> figure out how to do it. |> |> Anyone willing to help me?
You can use texexec engine in the latex bundle, without latexmk on. -- gildas
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Thanks gildas for your suggestion. I tried it, but it seems to me that ConTeXt is involved in the process, which I really don't want.
I'd like to have pdftex eating my Plain TeX files. Any chance?
Sorry folks, still no clues...
Hi all, I'm still trying to understand how to typeset Plain TeX files...
If I typeset a simple "Test.tex" Plain TeX file (as simple as "Hello World! \bye"), I get:
MTXrun | kpse fallback with progname 'context' initialized in 0.171645 seconds TeXExec | processing document 'Test.tex' TeXExec | no ctx file found TeXExec | tex processing method: context TeXExec | TeX run 1 TeXExec | writing option file Test.top TeXExec | using randomseed 202 TeXExec | tex engine: pdftex TeXExec | tex format: cont-en This is pdfTeX, Version 3.1415926-1.40.11 (TeX Live 2010) restricted \write18 enabled. (/usr/local/texlive/2010/texmf/web2c/natural.tcx) entering extended mode Processing: ./Test.tex ConTeXt ver: 2010.05.24 13:05 MKII fmt: 2011.4.29 etc.
What MTXrun is? Why ConTeXt is involved in the process? How may I configure things so that just pdfTeX is used?
Any suggestion will be greatly appreciated.
Cheers, -- ßlue