Have you ever been annoyed by the endless lasting stream of warnings and errors of pdflatex? Have you ever been annoyed by the inconsistent labelling of the erroneous line? Trex is the solution for commandline pdflatex compilation.
If you have only one tex file in the current dir then you can simply do:
to compile and view the generated pdf. If there are multiple files trex will prompt for the correct one.
Just put trex in your executable path, for instance /usr/local/bin.
Usage: trex [options] [view|compile|tex|clean] For help use: trex -h Options: -h, --help Displays help message -v, --version Display the version, then exit -q, --quiet Output as little as possible, overrides verbose -V, --verbose Output lists all errors, overrides quiet --figures Set the figures dir, default is './figures' --hack Open this script for direct changes in the sources
ratex was too long.
Dunno, maybe because ruby is japanese? (no offense guys, I don't speak chinese either).