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Re: [AUCTeX] Question on texmf.cnf ...

From: Mosè Giordano
Subject: Re: [AUCTeX] Question on texmf.cnf ...
Date: Tue, 16 Sep 2014 09:54:24 +0200

Hi Ivan,

2014-09-16 4:34 GMT+02:00 Ivan Andrus <address@hidden>:
> On Sep 15, 2014, at 12:18 PM, Mosè Giordano <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Hi Dieter,
>> 2014-09-15 20:04 GMT+02:00 Dr. Ing. Dieter Jurzitza
>> <address@hidden>:
>>> Dear listmembers,
>>> I have been using auctex for many years now, however, this time I stumbled
>>> across an issue you (might ...) be able to give me an answer to.
>>> I suffered from error messages like
>>> "Error after last TeX File closed"
>>> no usual information about the actual error. So, after some googling, I
>>> modified texmf.cnf from
>>> file_line_error_style = f
>>> to
>>> file_line_error_style = t
>>> and the problem was gone. But, what is the impact of this measure, and, even
>>> more, does changing this for a well functioning auctex in turn prevents 
>>> other
>>> programs from doing what I would expect them to do?
>> I don't think this will affect other programs, but if you don't want
>> to edit `texmf.cfn' you can call latex with file line error style only
>> within AUCTeX by adding the following code to your init file:
>>   (setq LaTeX-command-style '(("" "%(PDF)%(latex) -file-line-error
>> %S%(PDFout)")))
>> Sorry if the previous line will be hard-wrapped.  In other words, you
>> have to add "-file-line-error" after the "%(latex)" expander.  Note
>> that the default value of LaTeX-command-style may change in future
>> versions of AUCTeX.  See also
> Could we just make -file-line-error the default?  It seems like it would make
> so many people happy.  :)

I also think that this would be a good idea, however it has been
reported MiKTeX's latex gives a less informative log when called with
the file line error style, see, so for MiKTeX users this
could be a drawback.


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