Dr. Neil Gunther
njgunther at perfdynamics.com
Wed Feb 16 23:15:28 CET 2005
On 02/16/05 01:58 PM, andrew at trevorrow.com wrote:
>> Is there any version of BibTex for OzTeX on OSX in sight?
> Nope -- I decided not to re-invent the wheel. If you install teTeX then
> you can use the "bibtex foo.aux" item in OzTeX's Tools menu. Note that
> the "BibTeX foo.aux" item lower down in the menu calls the Classic app.
> Ditto for the makeindex and MakeIndex items.
> Using the teTeX bibtex/makeindex commands is more convenient (their
> output appears in the OzTeX window) and they run faster than the
> Classic apps.
On a similar note, is there a way to tell 'pdflatex' to operate on another
file, different from the one already displayed in the Tools menu item
(without invoking TeX first)?
I seem to recall that on first invocation, it brings up a dialog box to
select the .tex file. But for all following invocations the first .tex file
selection now appears as an argument in the Tools menu item.
If not, it would be nice to somehow get 'pdflatex' (or any other tex
variants running under OSX) registered as a TeX menu item.
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