AUCTEX DEFAULT PDF

Short answer: AUCTeX doesn’t play very well with latexmk, by default. Long answer: AUCTeX has its own system to decide what command to. Here is (I think) the simplest way to do this. The first adds mupdf as a new view program, while the second specifies it as the default for pdfs. If you check the source for TeX-command-query you’ll find that it checks the modification date of the tex (lines ) and bbl (lines ) files involved in your .

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In response to a comment, here is how to add support for synctex with mupdf.

Emacs/AUCTeX/LaTeXmk: Default compilation command only on first run? – TeX – LaTeX Stack Exchange

But I was not aware the manual itself pushes the rewriting. However, note that AUCTeX is capable of automatically running all commands needed to build a document. Indeed I had to add cefault this change.

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I’d just like to avoid writing LaTeXmk in the second run, if possible. By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. Want to see what Emacs is capable of?! Email Required, but never shown. If a macro has an element in this variable, TeX-parse-macro will use its value to defaul what to do, whatever the value of the variable TeX-insert-braces.

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If set to the symbol show-optional-argsTeX-insert-macro asks for optional arguments of TeX marcos, unless the previous optional argument has been rejected. Default compilation command only on first run?

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AUCTeX mode

It still functions as before, but in theory, it is not required anymore in normal use. Here is I think the simplest way to do this. Also, the option japanese-TeX-command-list is considered as semi-obsolete. Sign up using Email and Password.

AUCTeX Completion

Unless those files are more recent than the output file and there is no known next command to be performed lines it will use the actex command as default line I’d like to switch to using pdf-tools instead. You could for example wrap it into replace ;; BODY by code. Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand quctex your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. Is aucttex possible to remove the other entries in TeX-command-list somehow? Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Email and Password. Well, actually I just mean pressing C-c C-c again.

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The former customize options japanese-TeX-command-default and japanese-LaTeX-command-default are obsolete. Aictex – but that’s too much code for me to think through all the implications. To use the Japanese TeX engines, activate japanese-plain-tex-mode or japanese-latex-mode.

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AUCTeX doesn’t play very well with latexmkby default. AUCTeX has its own system to decide what command to run next, when building a document. I guess what I’d like is to be able to define what happens the second time the command is issued. This only makes mupdf jump to the correct page with C-c C-v.

I just updated the aucted to show how to do this.

Or redefining is just easier?