The solution I found to work with TeXstudio on Windows 10 consists of editing the PdfLaTeX command within settings of TeXstudio so that it resembles the following:
pdflatex.exe -synctex=1 -interaction=nonstopmode -aux-directory=build -output-directory=./ %.tex
where build is my directory for auxiliary files and ./ specifies the current root directory where ...
As far inverse search goes, one other option is to go through tmux (here is a bare-bones beginner's guide, if you are not familiar with the program). For example, you can configure Skim like so:
Arguments: send-keys -t vim "%line"gg
This set up requires that you have already opened the source .tex file by launching ...
After some headaches I have synctex working between CLI vim (on osX terminal) and Skim, so I can give you an overview of my setup:
I use latexmk for compilation and following their suggestion my .latexmkrc file looks like
$pdf_previewer = 'open -a Skim';
$pdflatex = '...