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I asked a similar question a while back (but much after this question was originally asked) about filtering the log file with arara: Arara rule for log file scraping. While the details of the answer are arara specific, the underlying program used is texloganalyser. It should be possible to work that into whatever build system you are using.


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latexmk already provides the informations which of its rules it currently runs during it's terminal output. But in case you don't want to dig through the terminal output, run latexmk -time -pdf thesis.tex. This is originally intended to get timing information, but as a side effect it summarises all the steps at the end of the output. 'pdflatex -recorder ...


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latexmk --commands provides the following list: To run latex, I use "latex %O %S" To run pdflatex, I use "pdflatex %O %S" To run biber, I use "biber %O %B" To run bibtex, I use "bibtex %O %B" To run makeindex, I use "makeindex %O -o %D %S" To make a ps file from a dvi file, I use "dvips %O -o %D %S" To make a ps file from a dvi file ...


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from texdoc latexmk -c Clean up (remove) all regeneratable files generated by latex and bibtex or biber except dvi, postscript and pdf. These files are a combination of log files, aux files, latexmk’s database file of source file information, and those with extensions specified in the @generated_exts configuration variable. In addition, files specified by ...


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This is very similar to What's the difference between pdfTeX and pdfLaTeX?, in that you are confusing the plain TeX format with the LaTeX format. The only difference is the 'engine' in use: the other question is about pdfTeX, here you are using XeTeX. Essentially: A file starting \documentclass requires the LaTeX format, which using the XeTeX engine ...


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You can't do this by defining the color in TeX code. However, there is a way to get the custom color you want. Using an html color converter and inputting #B28B3C for your custom color, it appears that the cmyk code for the color is cmyk(0%, 22%, 66%, 30%). Similarly, if you ask for Purple from the color converter, you get the cmyk code cmyk(0%, 100%, 0%, ...


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This is partly my fault for muddling the file extensions when I replaced glossary with glossaries. The input file from LaTeX's point of view is the output file from the indexing application's point of view, and the output file from LaTeX's point of view is the input file from the indexing application's point of view. I confused my ins and outs because I was ...


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I found a satisfying solution. The gist of the idea is to compile the tex-file with a temporary jobname like "temp" using latexMk. After completion, copy or rename the produced temp.pdf and temp.synctex.gz file to match the original document name. LatexTools enables this by customizing the build settings in LaTeXTools.sublime-settings (Preferences -> ...


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The biblatex-ieee on CTAN is from 2016-04-16 and uses the new name giveninits instead of the old name firstinits. Since the TeX live 2015 freeze was around 2016-04-04 that version has not made it to TeX live 2015 and you are stuck with the older version that uses the old names. Note that in your case you only get a warning and the option still takes ...


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The easiest way to deal with this is just to turn off Okular's automatic reloading, which can be done by going to Settings -> Configure Okular and unchecking Reload document on file change. With that setting unchecked, LaTeXTools will build your document and only update Okular once the compilation is complete.



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