[OS X TeX] Equivalent to TeXify in TeXShop?

Daniel Becker daniel.becker at uni-rostock.de
Sat Mar 10 19:17:23 CET 2007

Am 10.03.2007 um 18:56 schrieb Berend Hasselman:

>> By what I have to substitute the texify command and options to get  
>> in TeXShop exactly the same results as in the colleague in MikTeX?
> The approximate equivalent in TexLive is   texi2dvi  or texi2pdf.
> Both can do what MiKTeX texify does.
> If you run texi2dvi with the command line option -p or --pdf it  
> will use pd(la)ftex.
> Type texi2pdf --help in the Terminal.
> You can make a new engine for  TexShop  by making a script   
> texipdf.engine containing
> #!/bin/bash
> texi2pdf "$1"
> and using this engine in TeXShop.
> I am not sure how you can get your --tex-option stuff into texi2pdf  
> (-t or --texinfo option).

Thanks a lot - this works. I wonder what the difference to pdflatexmk  
is, but maybe they are just two solutions for the same problem...


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