I'm processing a large document, using
Latexmk in a
Bash environment. It would be very helpful if error and warning messages were somehow highlighted or coloured, in order to facilitate spotting them. Specially when dealing with
Biblatex, catching the warnings on time is important, as they won't normally stop the compilation process when something comes out.
Until recently, I was using the
LateX bundle in
TextMate, which helped showing only the most important messages (errors, warnings, inputs, includes, etc.) See here:
But I became deceptioned by that bundle and now I am compiling everything directly in the shell (
Bash in Linux or Os X), as it gives me better control.
(Of course I could open the
.log file, and configure the editor to search for/highlight these items, but I was thinking of "in the fly" highlighting/colouring.)
Is it possible to colour-code the
latexmk (or in general of the