{logging} is about questions that concern information in the log file. For other files created during the compilation, use {auxiliary-files} instead.

learn more… | top users | synonyms

8
votes
1answer
124 views

How can I split the log file depending on the input file?

I have a large document that I have split into several separate documents. I have one main.tex file and several file_i.tex files which are included into main.tex using the \input-command. It also ...
9
votes
2answers
86 views

Can I redefine an environment to generate an error?

I know how to use \renewenvironment to redefine an environment, but instead of changing formatting, I'd like to have any use of the environment generate an error (log and abort). Is there a way to do ...
1
vote
1answer
334 views

Sorting logs into different folders

When I run xelatex (or other compilers), I always end up with many log files in a single folder. This gets difficult to manage. I could create a script which moves them into various folders (e.g. one ...
9
votes
2answers
216 views

Suppress the log file lines written by a specific package?

The marginfix package is incredibly verbose in what it writes to the log file. For example: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{marginfix} \listfiles \begin{document} Here is some text\marginpar{This ...
10
votes
2answers
123 views

How can I specify text to be included in the pdflatex output log during compilation.

I would like to be able to have some kind of logging command that is able to log text to the default pdflatex logfile (<input-base-filename>.log). Is this possible, and if so, how? In ...
26
votes
6answers
2k views

Use latexmk to filter the log file

I am usually using latexmk in a split shell with my code on the left and latexmk in -pvc mode on the right. When using some packages which themselves load a lot of other packages (think beamer) the ...
16
votes
2answers
1k views

Write to log without wrapping

I'd like to to generate some metadata in the log file that I can copy to another application. But the log file is wrapped to 80 columns and I end up with newlines embedded in what I'm putting there. ...
2
votes
3answers
204 views

Mapping source code to page numbers in output

Is there a way to find out (from Tex) the page number corresponding to a particular location in the source file? Using a macro in the file at that location is fine. My motivation is that I'd like to ...