I am on Windows 7 Professional (64 bit) and would like to be able to execute one command to completely compile a PDF from source .tex files (including all required runs to get the table of contents, bibliography, etc).
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I wanted to try Rubber but it has *nix-specific setup instructions. Perhaps somebody can give me some pointers on getting this running on Windows? Searching Google for combinations of
LaTeX has proven ineffective, for obvious reaons (need a latex rubber seal on your windows?). Also, how would I use Rubber to make PDFs? According to the LaTeXMake page generating pdfs with Rubber is an "extra feature."
I would also like to build the same documents using the same solution on *nix systems if at all possible so I can leave the makefiles (or whatever ends up being used) in the source repository.
In the worst-case scenario, I can try using cygwin.