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I try to configure Sublime Text 4 with LaTeXTools to write LaTeX documents. I want to see the .log files for debug purposes (I want to see those files like other editors like TeXniCcenter or TeXmaker). I followed those tutorials : http://individual.utoronto.ca/dobronyi/latexsublime.html ; https://www.danielherber.com/guides.php?option=latex-st3 and I found this post : Customize build setting (LatexTools in Sublime 3) but it didn't help. I modified the LaTeX.sublime-settings file by removing .log files from the temp_file_exts variable and setting the display_log to true.

How can I see .log file for debug after compiling my .tex files please ?

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  • Can you find the log-file and open it separately with some editor?
    – MS-SPO
    Jul 30, 2021 at 10:05
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    I found an answer on this post : evgenii.com/blog/creating-pdf-from-latex-in-sublime-text-3 It is possible to see the .log file if it wasn't deleted by asking for the builds results. But you are right too, I didn't think about this.
    – Elyo
    Jul 30, 2021 at 10:54

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