[Tugindia] Rather an unusual query

Vipul Mathur vipul at linux-delhi.org
Mon Dec 8 20:53:05 CET 2008

On Tue, Dec 09, 2008 at 12:07:03AM +0530, Kalidoss Murugesan wrote:
> Suppose I compile, at the first instance, a file of 10 pages.
> After inputting one more page, I want to compile once again.
> Then the compilation goes on from first to the eleventh page.

I try to think in terms of sections, subsections, paragraphs
etc. instead of "pages".

> Is it possible to keep in a temp. file, the result of the previous
> compilation and to continue to compile the un-compiled portion alone?

One possible way of achieving this effect is when using a latex helper
package such as AUCTeX for emacs and latex-suite for ViM.

In AUCTeX, marking the region of interest and pressing "Ctrl+C,
Ctrl+R" compiles that region only [1]. In ViM, \ll achieves the same
effect [2].

[1]  http://www.gnu.org/software/auctex/manual/auctex.html#SEC33
[2]  http://vim-latex.sourceforge.net/documentation/latex-suite/part-compiling.html

Vipul Mathur
vipul at linux-delhi.org

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