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accepted Delete .aux file in order to successfully compile
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comment Delete .aux file in order to successfully compile
@JesusRamos your question has answered my question. As simple as press X to quit, rather than just sent a SIGINT to the process. I would accept that as an asnwer :)
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comment Delete .aux file in order to successfully compile
I just hit Ctrl-C, when it finds some error. Normally shows a question mark and mention about runaway argument.
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comment Delete .aux file in order to successfully compile
@JesusRamos That is my scenario, after a failed compile.
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comment Delete .aux file in order to successfully compile
@henrique that is a good advice. I haven't considered using latexmk because my projects are rather simple, but maybe it is time to switch. Thank you
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asked Delete .aux file in order to successfully compile