{cleanup} concerns deleting ancillary files that are generated by (La)TeX; these include .aux, .log, .toc, .lof, .lot, .bbl, etc

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Tool for cleaning LaTeX code

Is there something like indent for LaTeX? I have a collaborator that is using Scientific Workplace and the code it produces is totally messed up; I know I shouldn't expect miracles, but any machine ...
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Cleaning my TeX-code

I've recently finished my first paper written in LaTeX. I've gone through the code and tried to clean up and make it more reasonable - this is quite a challenge. I don't want you to actually ...
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Can I use latexmk -C for cleaning up only, and compile with another tool?

Can I compile my document with other tools and use latexmk -C only for cleaning up? One application could be to use it then in the clean: section of a Makefile that uses pdflatex for make pdf.
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Having pdflatex clean up after itself in WinEdt?

How do I get pdflatex (via WinEdt) to remove all the extra output files (e.g., .lof, .blg, etc.) after compiling my .tex/.bib/.etc to a .pdf? If there is a solution, I suspect it will come via ...
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How to clean unused files?

I recently edited an existing document to create a new one from it (that is: I copied the whole folder to a new location and started from there). The early document had a lot of figures, but not all ...
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How to clean up .table and .gnuplot using latexmk

I'm using latexmk as my building assistance. I'm also trying to use it as the clean-up contractor... In .latexmkrc I added: $pdf_previewer = "open -a /Applications/Skim.app"; $clean_ext = "rel paux ...
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Can I set Vim w/ vim-latexsuite to clean up aux files after compile?

I can't find the appropriate setting in gVim. Is there a way to manually edit my setting file to clean aux files after compile? Thanks!
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Clean-up temporary files after PDF is generated [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Deleting external/auxiliary files? Is anyone aware of a way of how to cleanup temporary files generated by pdflatex during the generation of the PDF file? I came across ...
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Automatic source document formatting [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Tool for cleaning LaTeX code This might not be a TeX question, strictly speaking but I'm sure this is the right forum to ask this: Is there a tool that can format the ...
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Autoformat latex source [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Tool for cleaning LaTeX code I got a simple question. I just got hold of a, very "ugly" latex document. By ugly I mean, that the source code is almost unreadable. Is ...
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How do I write a script (in Windows) that removes all the temporary LaTeX files in Vim?

Maybe my title is not so clear; I Googled a lot about cleaning up temporary files after a PDF is generated, and find it is not recommand to remove it completely in each compile. I do want to remove ...
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Is there a beamer auto-indent program? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Tool for cleaning LaTeX code Beamer presentation files are very structures, they have sections, in which you find subsections, which include frames that have titles and ...
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SublimeText2 — plugin / keymap for cleanup ('latexmk -c')

The original question (which has since been edited numerous times) was the beginning of my ongoing quest to deal with the LaTeX auxiliary files using TexLive (MacTeX) on OSX (Snow Leopard and Mountain ...