[OS X TeX] Re: emacs + auctex + TeXShop integration

Ralph Pöllath lists at poellath.org
Fri Sep 3 15:49:51 CEST 2004

You could also use stakeout (  
meetWatch.html ) to watch your source file for changes and call latex  
on it whenever necessary. Combined with an auto-updating previewer,  
that should make for a convenient setup.


>> I would much rather edit in emacs, then press a key sequence
>> and have TeXShop format the file and display my output.
>> Is this possible?
>> I've played around with this idea some, but not extensively.  If
>> someone has managed to figure it out, please let me know.
>> Rick
> I'm not sure whether you can call on TeXShop to typeset a latex-file
> from inside emacs, but that's not really necessary. All TeXShop would
> be doing is calling the commandline programs (like pdflatex, etc.).
> So, the best way is to call those from inside emacs and use TeXShop as
> a viewer (which automagically updates the pdf display whenever there
> is a change).
> What I have been doing is using a perl program called latexmk to watch
> for changes in the source files (i.e. whenever I save in emacs) and
> then call on pdflatex, bibtex etc. to typeset a new version. As soon
> as TeXShop notices that there is a new version of the pdf-file, it
> updates its display. This way the only key combination I have to type
> is the save command in emacs.
> I describe this setup on my weblog:
> <http://semantics-online.org/geek/2004/07/ 
> latexmk_and_texshop_automagic_pdfpreview_of_latex_documents>.
> This setup could also be used with other editors (such as TeXShop
> itself, in which case you don't need to press typeset but just save
> the changes in your source file, or BBEdit, etc.).
> -- Kai von Fintel

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