LaTeXTools updates

Well, it’s been a while…

Unfortunately, I’ve been extremely busy at work lately, so LaTeXTools development has had to take a back seat. However, a number of contributors have submitted patches. Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been able to incorporate some of the most useful and significant ones. Among them:

  • Fill helper: think of this as reference/citation insertion, but for included files, graphics, and even LaTeX packages.
  • LaTeX compilation options: the “traditional” builder supports these in two ways. One is to add a %!TEX option = line at the top of the file (or root file in a multi-file document). The other is to use the LaTeXTools.sublime-settings file: specify your options using the options setting in the Builder Settings section.
  • Support for the LaTeX-cwl package. I don’t really use it, but it’s been requested often.
  • Jump to included files, ability to hide the panel upon a successful build, and improvements to the delete temp files feature (including the ability to specify which files to delete, and which directories to leave alone).

Please refer to the README file for acknowledgements of the above contributions. My role has only been that of testing, integrating and sometimes documenting the new features. The credit for the actual code goes to the wonderful LaTeXTools community.

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3 responses to “LaTeXTools updates

  1. Inverse search on Linux not working properly.
    Ctr+click on the pdf opens a new file named ‘D’ in sublime text instead of returning to the source tex code.
    Looking forward to debugging and improvements.
    Thx.

  2. Hi,
    I use Sublime Text 2 and installed exactly as described but when I try to comple the tex file into pdf it shows “Cannot find builder tradition”. I searched the web but can’t find any solutions. Have you an idea what the problem is? Thx.

  3. Hello,

    I am totally new to latexmk in sublime with latextools. I can run a command of latexmk to continuously compile a code into a PDF. However, how can I make latextools automatically compile the code by latexmk without the need to run the command in command prompt window?

    Thanks in advance

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