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I'd never heard of chktex but texdoc chktex says 6.1.4 Per Line and File Suppressions There are many cases in which ChkTEX will give a warning about a construct which, although it usually indicates a mistake, is intentional. In these cases it can be extremely annoying to have this message appear everytime ChkTEX is run. For this reason you ...


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Here is a Perl program template that can be used to extract any parts of the entry based on the key: #! /usr/bin/env perl use warnings; use strict; use feature qw(say); use Text::BibTeX; die "Usage $0 <bibfile> <key>\n" if @ARGV != 2; my $fn=shift; my $key=shift; my $bibfile = new Text::BibTeX::File($fn); while (my $entry = new ...


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You can use PDF-XChange Viewer by Tracker Software (free unlimited demo version, Windoze only), which seems to have been superseded by PDF-XChange Editor. I assume the latter has the same capabilities with respect to this question, but I haven’t checked it out. Also, I’m not affiliated with this company in any way. There are limitations to the free/demo ...


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First of all, there is a LaTeX package to prettyprint LaTeX sources. You don't need to download it, it is in the base distribution, namely ltxdoc – Class for documented LaTeX macro files: http://www.ctan.org/pkg/ltxdoc There is an emacs mode supporting ltxdoc markup of a file that may help you, it is called swiftex: http://www.ctan.org/pkg/swiftex Also ...


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I use to be a TexShop user for a while, I had most of my documents with the % !TEX root= directive. This works great for big projects: Each chapter had it's own tex file and was located in different folder. I would have most files on Dropbox and I wouldn't need to open up the larger main file that had the \input commands when I was compiling from any ...



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