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How to prevent TeXShop from making .aux, .syntec.gz and .log while compiling? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Prevent pdflatex from writing a bunch of files. I'm not a super-user of LaTeX, I only use it for small reports with lots of maths. I often have to do it with other people so ...
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Is there a way to automatically delete auxiliary files after compilation? [duplicate]

When I compile my .tex file, it generates a lot of different files (with extensions such as .aux, .log), but all I want is the .tex and .pdf files. Those files just fill my hard drive for nothing. Is ...
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In TexMakerX, how can I generate only the PDF, with no log, aux or gz files? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Prevent pdflatex from writing a bunch of files. Every time I generate the PDF in TexMakerX 2.1 for Windows, it also generates the log, aux and gz files, in which I have no ...
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How to get Texmaker to place all files into a folder upon compile [duplicate]

Mac user here. I'm getting too many files whenever I compile a latex document, and so often each time a make a new file I have to make a folder with the same name to put all of the .pdf, .tex, .aux, ...
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beamer: no snm and out files [duplicate]

dear texperts: does beamer have a "hook" that stops it from creating .snm, .out, and possibly .nav files? I don't use the first two [they are all 0 bytes]. I know texshop can delete them and I can ...
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Setting auxiliary files path in Aquamacs [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Prevent pdflatex from writing a bunch of files. I use Aquamacs and TeX Live 2009 to edit my Latex files. Is there a way to define a default or project-based path where the ...
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TexMaker generates additional files [duplicate]

I'm currently testing TexMaker and whenever I compile my .tex file these are the files that appear in the folder: I'd like to have only .tex and .pdf files in my folder. Are the extra files necessary?...
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Does anyone know what the other files that come with compiling are? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Prevent pdflatex from writing a bunch of files. Whenever I hit "compile" on MikTeX 2.8, I get a bunch of files I don't need like .aux, notepad files. Is there a way to ...
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How to change the behavior of pdflatex regarding the creation of auxiliary files (*.aux, *.out, *.log)? [duplicate]

When I run pdflatex on a tex file foo.tex it creates the following files foo.aux foo.log foo.out foo.pdf and it always bothers me that the *.aux, *.out and *.log files mess up my directories. ...
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Preventing output of extra compiler files [duplicate]

When I compile a document with PdfLaTeX + View PDF quick build command option selected, Texmaker outputs these files in the same directory with the .tex file: MyDoc.aux MyDoc.log MyDoc.pdf MyDoc....
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Tell tex distribution to avoid residual temporary files [duplicate]

When I compile a tex document, the compilation process usually leaves some temporary files, like .aux and .log. I have got a small document that can be compiled in just one single run - can I tell ...
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Suppressing various tex output files [duplicate]

Each time I use Texmaker, it creates a host of files that are not immediately useful for me (*.log, *.dvi, *.blg, *.bbl, *.gz). Is there any way to 'hide' these files? They can cause quite a clutter. ...
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File extensions related to LaTeX, etc

In addition to the .tex and .dvi or .pdf files, TeX/LaTeX/ConTeXt produces and uses lots of other files. What do they do? Which ones are used to create the document and which ones are automatically ...
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Deleting external/auxiliary files?

Is there a way to make TeX delete files? In my document a lot of auxiliary files are created and it would be wonderful to have them removed after their content has been used.
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Need *.aux file in separate folder

When compiling with pdflatex we need the *.aux files in a separate folder.

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