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comment Different .dvi file depending on how do I compile .tex file
I've installed TeXlive following the instructions from the Silex reply to question http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/1092/how-to-install-vanilla-texlive-on-d‌​ebian-or-ubuntu and I don't remember changing anything in kile's settings. I can still generate .pdf file.
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comment Different .dvi file depending on how do I compile .tex file
@DavidCarlisle Actually I'm calling latex and the terminal output begin with what I've put in my question, so pdfTeX, even if it generates .dvi file. The terminal output is the same if I run latex or pdflatex, just the output is different .
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comment A tool for creating a dictionary with right-to-left script
Unfortunately when I was trying to apply this solution for what I need I've realised, that the words are not sorted by right order. They are sorted (the words starting by the same letter are goupped toghether), but not in order...
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comment LaTeX is compiling the file from before changes
@StephanLehmke Thanks for the explanation.
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comment LaTeX is compiling the file from before changes
@GonzaloMedina Is there a way of compile .tex file from the terminal that has an option to remove auxiliary files after compilation?
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comment LaTeX is compiling the file from before changes
@GonzaloMedina Thanks a lot. But is it normal, what is going on? I mean, I had never had this problem before...