[SVN] Revision 939 (Latex)
bmiller at luther.edu
Mon May 16 16:55:58 UTC 2005
Maybe we could make it configurable for the listing to stay around
when there are warnings?? The problem is that LaTeX has a strange
notion of whats an error and what is a warning. For example when a
reference is undefined, or a citation is missing that is a warning.
But I really like having the links in the html window to help me
track them down. Right now I don't even get the chance to see the
message about undefined references before the html window closes.
On May 16, 2005, at 11:41 AM, Sune Foldager wrote:
> Fixed some bugs; The viwer now supports html, preview and
> texniscope (recomended). HTML might not work, but I am on it :-p.
> The idea is that when there are no errors, the HTML view will close
> after a short time (unless html output is selected
> of course). If there are warnings only, the window will stay and
> the file will still be viewed. If errors are encountered,
> the window will stay and the file won't be viewed.
> U trunk/Bundles/Latex.tmbundle/Commands/LaTeX and view.plist
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