[TxMt] Re: LaTeX Bundle and Terminal
wspr81 at gmail.com
Sat Aug 2 05:24:55 UTC 2008
On 02/08/2008, at 4:18 AM, Brad Miller wrote:
> I think I might be able to get what you want to work by detecting
> the error and the prompt and then using dialog to get a response. I
> know I can create two way communication with another process....
> I didn't ever think to do it before because I never run in
> interactive mode.
It's funny when people do things in completely the opposite way than
Here's the full list of actions that can be taken:
'h' - try to supply further error information
<return> - ignore this error and continue
'i'<arbitrary text> - ignore this error and insert <arbitrary text> at
this point in the processing (e.g., if you misspell a macro name you
can correct it here)
's' - as with <return> but ignoring all subsequent errors, showing
error messages but stopping for user interaction ("enter file name"
'r' - as with 's' ignore all errors and continue, showing errors
without stopping for user interaction
'q' - as with 'r' but without printing console output
'x' - abort immediately
'e' - abort immediately and open the editor (you can ignore this one)
'x' of course produces no output (i.e., no PDF). The 'r' and 'q'
options will generally produce a PDF but if they run into an
"Emergency Stop" (like if a file that doesn't exist is tried to be
\input) then the PDF will be truncated to the last page that completed
(I've always thought a "clever" wrapper to 'i' could allow you to do
things like "insert <arbitrary text> for this error and all identical
subsequent errors" and even "use <arbitrary text> in a replacement
rule to modify the input file to correspond to the correction".)
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