[texworks] Document Version-ing and synctex Previewing

Paul A Norman paul.a.norman at gmail.com
Tue Jun 21 09:01:36 CEST 2011


Yes afaik - also a problem, as for you,  when we are mobile w.o internet.

Just trialled a hook script that automatically offers to make unique
date-time named copies of main TeX document each time the document is
typeset. That Script could be altered to optionally point to a any directory
for saving, ... portable harddrive or a thumb storage perhaps.

I'm also looking here when I get time:


On 21 June 2011 18:38, Alain Delmotte <esperanto at swing.be> wrote:

> Hi!
> Le 20/06/2011 01:27, Charlie Sharpsteen a écrit :
>> On Sun, Jun 19, 2011 at 4:07 PM, Paul A Norman<paul.a.norman at gmail.com**>
>>  wrote:
>> Have you considered using a version control system such as Git,
>> Mercurial or SVN? Then you would just have one copy,
>> These-Fair-Isles.tex, and the ability to rewind to any prior version.
>> Plus, distributed systems like Git and Mercurial offer even more
>> security of work by allowing you to easily mirror your documents
>> across multiple computers in case the proverbial bolt of lightning
>> strikes your main machine.
>> -Charlie
>>  As I understand the documentations, these version control system require
> to work over internet! Right?
> Is there a system which could completely be installed locally? I mean
> working on a machine not connected to Internet or which doesn't require to?
> --
> Alain
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