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Please excuse me if I've posted this in the wrong area. I've just started using Sublime Text 2 for Latex with the LaTeX tools plugin. It's wonderful. I'm using Mac ox 10.6.8

I'm wondering about adding an engine/build for processing .gabc files. Using gregoriotex I can run this in the command line gregorio *.gabc and it will process the file and output a .tex file.

I can also do this with TeXworks which uses an engine with this :

#!/bin/tcsh

set path= ($path /usr/texbin /usr/local/bin)
set filename = "$1"
set texname = "${filename:r}.tex"
gregorio "$filename"
echo "produced $texname"

any help you can provide would be much appreciated.

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Welcome to TeX.sx! –  Peter Jansson Feb 28 '13 at 15:21
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  1. Save the script you pasted in your question to a file, say for example at the file /Users/yourusername/bin/run-gregorio and give it execution permission (chmod +x /Users/yourusername/bin/run-gregorio).

  2. In Sublime Text 2, go to Tools -> Build System -> New Build System, this will create a buffer containing:

    {
        "cmd": ["make"]
    }
    
  3. Edit it and change it to:

    {
        "cmd": ["/Users/yourusername/bin/run-gregorio", "$file_name"]
    }
    
  4. Save it as Gregorio.sublime-build (Sublime Text 2 will pick the correct folder for you).

That's all! Now you can choose Gregorio as build system and then build a file. You will see the message produced filename.tex in the console.

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Thank you, after wrestling with the path a bit it works like a charm. –  theobear Mar 1 '13 at 1:45
    
I suggest to use /usr/local/bin folder instead. Mac OS X with MacPorts installed threats the shell script better :-) I mean, $PATH makes no problem. –  user27609 Mar 18 '13 at 21:36
    
I tried your method using this gist.github.com/macmadness86/5269856 script and it would not work. For some reason, Sublime Text 2 adds an extra slash to the export path. Works find in TexShop –  macmadness86 Mar 31 '13 at 11:35
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