I'm using LaTeX and JabRef on Windows. I set up my bibliography database and cited references in my LaTeX document. However, I do not know how to use the command line on Windows to do the 'latex bibtex latex latex' compile. So my question is: How can I do the 'latex bibtex latex latex' compiling using Windows without the command line?
How can I do the 'latex bibtex latex latex' compiling using Windows without the command line? [duplicate]
Try adding this line in the preamble of your document:
bibtex every time you typeset your document.
It has the advantage that it doesn't need separate run of
bibtex, but with the disadvantage that it runs
bibtex even when it is not required: not every time it is necessary to run bibtex, but only when a new citation or change in citation order happens.
shell-escape needs to be enabled for this code to perform.
shell-escape is enabled via
pdflatex -shell-escape filename.tex
2This doesn't really flow well with an anti-command-line workflow... Jun 26, 2013 at 0:51
arara:) have a look at Tools for automating document compilation. Welcome!
cd(change directory) and
pdflatexitself. See this short introduction for more detailed info and screenshots. The command to compile a LaTeX document is
pdflatex mydocument.tex. That said, this can become a pretty mundane process, so there are a ton of tools available for the task. Your editor will likely help you here.