[TxMt] latex compilation with makeindex arguments
skiadas at hanover.edu
Fri Nov 3 12:55:07 UTC 2006
On Nov 3, 2006, at 6:23 AM, Jens Heipmann wrote:
> i would like to use textmate to create latex docs that use the
> nomencl package. that means i should tweak the compilation process.
> if i have the file mytest.tex i could compile it manually like
> 1. compile within textmate (TM_LATEX_COMPILER = latexmk.pl)
> 2. from the directory of "mytest.tex": makeindex mytest.nlo -s
> nomencl.ist -o mytest.nls
> 3. compile again within textmate
> earlier i used texniccenter on windows where i created a project
> related output profile postprocessor:
> - executable: C:\apps\editor\texmf\MiKTeX\bin\makeindex.exe
> - arguments: "%bm.nlo" -s nomencl.ist -o "%bm.nls"
> how could i achieve this with textmate?
You would have to create your own script and set that as
TM_LATEX_COMPILER. It could call on latexmk.pl for most of the dirty
work, and then do the makeindex stuff and second compilation.
Though I thought latexmk.pl was designed to exactly deal with such
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