[TxMt] Pdfsync or tiger ability ?

Alain Matthes alain.matthes at mac.com
Wed Feb 22 21:53:23 UTC 2006

Le 22 févr. 06 à 21:12, Brad Miller a écrit :

> On Feb 22, 2006, at 11:54 AM, Alain Matthes wrote:
>> Le 22 févr. 06 à 18:25, Charilaos Skiadas a écrit :
>>> On Feb 22, 2006, at 11:15 AM, Alain Matthes wrote:
>>>> Is  it to possible to use in the future, the first method  
>>>> "pdfsearch" with Textmate
>>> Not easily, it would require more synchronization between  
>>> TextMate and TeXniscope than is possible with the tools provided  
>>> to us, and it would certainly require someone writing a fair bit  
>>> of code. pdfsync is the "standard" way to achieve this in LaTeX.  
>>> Is there a reason you prefer pdfsearch, or a way in which pdfsync  
>>> is inadequate for your purposes?
>>>> Thanks
>>>> Alain
>> With pdfsearch no need to use \usepackage{pdfsync} and with Tiger,  
>> that' more natural to use Tiger ability. It's not a big problem :)
>> Is it possible to make work Pdfsync with input and include in  
>> textmate ?
> Yes, I have used it on a book with many chapters and sections and  
> included graphics.  pdfsync worked great.  The trick, is  
> configuring Texniscope with the proper url to call back into TextMate.
> It sounds like the functionality of pdfsync and pdfsearch is the  
> same, but the two use different techniques to implement that  
> functionality.
> However, it also sounds like this new pdfsearch functionality is  
> something that would need to be integrated into TeXniscope before  
> we could take advantage of the TextMate TeXniscope combination.  I  
> don't know whether that will happen or not, it doesn't look like  
> TeXniscope has been updated since 2004.

with a simple file pdfsync don't work for me

Find in TeXniscope is fine but command click in Texniscope give nothing

in the prefs :





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