#vim - Mon 9 Apr 2007 between 00:14 and 00:52

 cosmodad anyone here managed to get inverse search with vim-latexsuite working? I added -src-specials but yet it's non-workingstill get the "no source specials in this DVI file" error action calmar does not use the latex-suite anymore. he just writes his stuff.. calmar does not use the latex-suite anymore. he just writes his stuff.. cosmodad why did you quit?and another thing: when I use the Makefile in my latex project by typing make, it works fine... if I use :make, however, latex turns interactive. What's the reason? calmar cosmodad: ok, i'm no latex professional. I'm just happy with the defaults for editing latex files. cosmodad calmar: I didn't know there were defaults calmar cosmodad: ah well, vim defaults ;) al- cosmodad: is there an error in the file? calmar cosmodad: what does set makeprg? say (wondering if I recall that correctly :)) cosmodad al-: nope it runs fine when I use the make file directlymakeprg=latex -interaction=nonstopmode \$* al- ahhhi use latex suiteso i can't really help calmar set makeprg=make might solve that. dunno cosmodad calmar: if that's the same as !make, it does calmar :) cosmodad al-: me too, actually, but \ll doesn't seem to be working due to the makefile al- ahh cosmodad calmar: but that won't support vim's quickfix stuff I suppose...al-: btw, can you use \ls? calmar check it out cosmodad calmar: like trying? calmar if it supports quickfixsetting makeprg=make cosmodad calmar: nope :( calmar cosmodad: oh. well cosmodad gotta live with it calmar \ll \lv is for latexing and viewing the stuff, just in case iirc cosmodad calmar: it is and \ls is for searchingcalmar: requires to add a switch to latex however calmar i see cosmodad but it's not working herexdvi keeps complainingcalmar: I might just stick to vim's latex skills as well, haven't taken a look at it calmar cosmodad: well, it gives you nothing really, it's just me who is happy with itI persoanlly need no help with latex in the form of a suite cosmodad calmar: I'm not a latex "power user" so it might be fine calmar \ll \lv I used quite often so. hm