thanks for your reply.
Yes, I am talking about search in the generated PDF, starting from the source.
With forward search you can go from a specific point in the source file to the point in
the generated PDF to which that point in the source refers.
If I write a tex document with textmate "hello there", and ctrl+option+command+
left click, the focus goes to the part of the pdf where "hello there" is.
Reverse search is the reverse: from the "hello there" in the pdf,
command+shift+left click sends me to the source, where "hello there" is.
However, it does not work if I write sweave documents.
It correctly works with TexShop, I wanted to know if it is possible to obtain this in
On Mar 19, 2013, at 3:11 PM, Allan Odgaard <mailinglist(a)textmate.org> wrote:
On 19 Mar 2013, at 15:25, michele caseposta wrote:
I am trying to switch to TextMate for my R/Latex
needs. I ma trying to use Sweave, installing the bundle found in the SVN repository from
macromates ( http://svn.textmate.org/trunk/Bundles/SWeave.tmbundle/
If you’re using 2.0 then install via Preferences → Bundles.
I can correctly generate pdf files from my
source, but I have an issue: I do not know how to use forward and inverse search like I do
with tex files and the latex bundle.
What do you mean? Search in the plain-text (well, Sweave) document? If so, that’s Edit →
Or are you talking about some sort of search in the generated PDF?
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