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I'm using latexmk with the continuous preview option (-pvc) to compile my papers. However, when I'm done editing, it just keeps watching the files until I stop it manually (this produces problems e.g. when my Dropbox coauthors start editing the files). Is there a way for me to make it stop automatically after, say, 30 minutes of inactivity?

  • (1) welcome, (2) not build in no. You can ask the author to add this feature. – daleif Jan 11 '18 at 15:25
  • I'll add this feature to the next version. – John Collins Jan 12 '18 at 15:47
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An optional timeout in -pvc mode is provided in the latest version of latexmk v. 4.55. See the documentation for the -pvctimeout, -pvctimeout-, and -pvctimeoutmins options, and the corresponding configuration variables $pvc_timeout and $pvc_timeout_mins.

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