[OS X TeX] TeXShop & BibTeX

jerome LAURENS jerome.laurens at u-bourgogne.fr
Fri Apr 5 12:27:30 CEST 2002

Le jeudi 4 avril 2002, à 12:29 PM, Tore Haug-Warberg a écrit :

> At 07:22 PM 4/3/02 +0200, Matthias Damm wrote:
>> At 16:29 Uhr +0200 03.04.2002, Tore Haug-Warberg wrote:
>> > If there is no reason for the opposite, I suggest that .aux files 
>> can be
>> > opened by TeXShop, and that BibTeX is the (only) program to be 
>> selected in
>> > this case.
>> I strongly support this, I have the same problem with bibtopic.
>> I would suggest (and have already suggested...) that the user should be
>> able to define exactly which programmes should be used in which order, 
>> i.e.
>> define some kind of makro that calls
>> latex document
>> bibtex document1
>> bibtex document2
>> latex document
>> in the case of bibtopic.
> Yes, that might be an even better suggestion - to have the ability of 
> defining a macro of your own choice. I think a major difficulty with 
> LaTeX (at least for the GUI inclined users) is to understand when and 
> why the different sub-programs should be called.
> Tore.

iTeXMac can do it.

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