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In Org mode 8, the variable is renamed. As Shitikanth commented, I needed %f, so in org 8: (setq org-latex-pdf-process (list "latexmk -f -pdf %f"))


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This isn't the prettiest solution, but it gets some of the way towards what you wanted (i.e., using latexmk and a confirmation dialog): First, your first script can be substituted for something like this: for f in "$@" do file_ext=${f##*.} if [ "$file_ext" = "tex" ] then foldername=$(dirname "$f") filename=$(basename "$f" .tex) ...


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The easiest answer is to follow the table in the autolatex site. According with that table, Autolatex: Is more recent (2014 vs 2012, and in active development, as it can be seen in its git repository) Is implemented in python (vs Perl). This is a + for me :-) Supports more tex engines (as xelatex, lualatex) Can automatically convert some file types to ...


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It would be best to update your Perl installation, since it appears to be several years outdated. (The release date of version 2.08 of the File::Path module is 2009-10-04; this is the minimum version that latexmk tests for.) However, you could try changing the latexmk.pl file to change the line use File::Path 2.08 qw( make_path ); to use File::Path ...



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