[dev-context] SciTE on linux

Taco Hoekwater taco at elvenkind.com
Fri Jan 20 22:40:15 CET 2006


Hans Hagen wrote:
>>   # invented by me
>>   file.patterns.texmplog=*.log;*.blg;*.ilg;*.err;*.fls
>>   filter.log=TeX&MP logs|$(file.patterns.texmplog)|
> 
> isn't that: filter.texmplog

I could have named it that.

>>
>>   open.filter=$(all.files)
> 
> ?

The default one starts with $(all.source), and I often
need to see everything, not just 'registered' files.

>>   tabbar.hide.one=0
> 
> what does this one do?

If it is set to 1, there is no tabbar when only one document
is open. But that makes the document jump up and down when
you switch from one to two open documents and back, which
I don't like.

>> I had to create separate compile and build commands. With SciTE on 
>> linux, when the pdf browser is started from within texexec, the build
>> command never exits: the menu remain disabled after the first run,
>> until such time as you quit the browser manually. It does not matter
>> whether texmfstart returns to the commandline, Scite waits for all
>> the (grand)children to exit.
> 
> so maybe it's better in gtk mode to omit --autopdf ?

Maybe so. My setup works for me, but not for the general public,
I guess.

Cheers,
Taco


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