[OS X TeX] Tabular/array macros

Jérôme Laurens jerome.laurens at u-bourgogne.fr
Thu Oct 21 13:28:51 CEST 2004


Le 21 oct. 04, à 11:57, Jérôme Laurens a écrit :

>
> Le 21 oct. 04, à 11:07, Jan Hegewald a écrit :
>
>>
>> Am 21.10.2004 um 08:43 schrieb Will Robertson:
>>
>>> By the way, Jerome, TeXShop has a "goto line" applescript command, 
>>> but I couldn't find anything similar in iTeXMac.
>>
>> Just type the line you want into the line field at the bottom left of 
>> an editor window.
>
> He certainly wants to do that from an apple script.
>
> Unfortunately, what was the solution is definitely broken.
> I am trying to write a patch to solve this problem.
> More news coming soon.
>

Ok the patch was easier to write than expected and is available at 
itexmac.sourceforge.net.

the applescript syntax is

tell application "iTeXMac" to edit "the/full/path" at line nnn

for the viewer you have

tell application "iTeXMac" to display "the/full/path" at line nnn 
column in source "the/path/of/the/source"

of course, this one complies with pdfsync if that makes sense. Both are 
expected to comply with external editors and viewers

There are also shell commands for that:

~/Library/TeX/bin/iTeXMac edit -file "filename" -line lineNumber 
-column colNumber
~/Library/TeX/bin/iTeXMac display -file "filename.pdf " -source 
"sourcename.tex " -line lineNumber -column colNumber

and URL schemes for web browsers

file-special://localhost/"filename.tex "; action=edit;line=lineNumber ; 
column=columnNumber
file-special://localhost/"filename.pdf "; 
action=display;line=lineNumber ; column=columnNumber ; source="Posix 
source name.tex "
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