[TxMt] Re: synctex support in LaTeX bundle
millbr02 at luther.edu
Sun Aug 10 22:55:17 UTC 2008
I've just committed a change to the LaTeX bundle in the subversion
repository to add support for synctex. If your typesetting engine supports
the -synctex=# option then it will be used.
syncing still works with pdfsync if you don't have the synctex option.
If you can try it out please do and let me know if you have any problems.
On Fri, Aug 8, 2008 at 12:46 PM, Will Robertson <wspr81 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 09/08/2008, at 1:07 AM, Charilaos Skiadas wrote:
>> I've been subscribed to the mactex mailing list for a while now, but
>> I must be missing something. How do I get this beta?
> Are you sure you're not subscribed to the "TeX on Mac OS X" mailing list,
> or whatever it's called? :) I looked for something like your email in the
> subscribers list and didn't see anything similar.
> The MacTeX list is very low traffic and deals primary with new versions of
> TeX software that need testing or whatever.
> And is it in the
>> standard format where a preference pane can be used to switch back
>> and forth between different distributions?
> Now, apart from that, am I correct that all textmate would need to do
>> once it detects the presence of synctex, is to signal to the viewer
>> in the exact same way that it did for pdfsync?
> I haven't looked into the details but I'm pretty sure the syntax would be
> similar if not identical. One minor change is that the sync file is now
> gz-compressed to save some bytes. Otherwise, I suspect there might be other
> minimal changes resulting from the fact that the engine itself is generating
> this data rather than LaTeX macros.
> Hope this helps,
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> textmate at lists.macromates.com
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