I am working on a pretty big latex project (a book) and I'd like to be able to quickly find the corresponding .tex file and line number, when having the resulting PDF in front of me.
Being open-source, people come with "content fixes", yet they tell me things about the content. I am able to find it rapidly in the PDF, but it's harder to find where in the .tex source the paragraph I'm interested in is.
The reported lines in the pdf do not need to be precise, and for each and every line in the source. An orientative line number per paragraph would suffice.
Are there any solutions to this?