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

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view dependencies within lyx file

I have a lyx file that has a bunch of child documents (tables) embedded in it. How can I generate a list of these external files that are included in my main file when I compile (pdflatex) it? This ...
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Increasing datetime resolution, to be used for log files

I have some log files with a full time stamp like this: time value 2015-10-15 13:16:48.019901 56 2015-10-15 13:16:48.066701 53 2015-10-15 13:16:48.097900 57 2015-10-15 13:16:51.126281 61 2015-...
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Is there any way to suppress non-warnings and non-errors with XeLaTeX?

TeX.sx is full of questions about suppressing certain kinds of LaTeX warnings. As warnings can often be useful for debugging, I don't want to do that. But, I'd very much like to get rid of any non-...
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Program to display/rewrite/reformat log file in the terminal

I usually compile my .tex files from the terminal without the -interaction=nonstopmode, so that it stops at every error, but of course I still need to look at the .log file from time to time, but ...
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Command to flush log file

For the tikzDevice, I want to communicate with a LaTeX process by sending input (generated LaTeX code) to its stdin and parsing output that is written using \immediate\write. In some cases I need also ...
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Append Error/Warning Log to Output File

Is there any sensible way to append a "Outstanding warnings" section to the end of a latex document? For example, using latexmk, the following output lists hanging / multiple defined labels /...
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Count number of lines on a page

Is there a way to count the number of lines printed on a page without actually counting? (Can one choose to have this written to the log file for every page?)