I can't figure out how to use it. Here's what happens if I process a LaTeX file that has multiple errors:

C-c C-c (process LaTeX)
[errors found]
C-c ` (goto first error)
fix errors in source window

Now, doing C-c ` again reports "no more errors", but there are more errors.
So I save the modified file. C-c ` at this point returns "no more errors".
So I do C-c C-c again.
Now Emacs asks if I want to kill the running process. I can answer 'yes' and it will find the next error. But I have to do this for every error, killing the running process for each error. Is that how it's supposed to work? The docs are silent on how to actually use this feature.


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