The following settings affect Latex-Suite's compilation functionality
Use this setting to choose the default target format. For example,
setting this to
\ll and fire up the
sure that a rules for compiling and viewing have been defined for this
target format as described here and here.
<format> refers to the target format for
which this rule is defined. Latex-Suite supports compiling into
If you desire forward and inverse searching via Latex-Suite, you will need to
g:Tex_CompileRule_dvi to include
-src-specials. However, this has been known to cause
problems with the output file. Therefore, use this with care.
By default, there are no format dependencies defined. Each definition
is of the form above where
<format> is a
string such as
The value of each string is a comma separated string such as 'dvi,ps'. See the Compiler dependency section to see how to use/specify this setting
This is a comma separated string of formats for which the compiler needs to be called multiple times in order to get cross-references, citations etc right. See the Compiling multiple times section for details.
The default value of this setting is
\"Underfull\n". \"Overfull\n". \"specifier changed to\n". \"You have requested\n". \"Missing number, treated as zero.\n". \"There were undefined references\n" \"Citation %.%# undefined"
This setting defines a set of patterns which will be filtered out when displaying the output from the latex compiler. This is to aid in filtering out very common warnings/errors.
Remember to check the value of
when you change this setting. For example, if you append a new pattern
which you would like to ignore by default, increase the value of
This setting defines a "filter level" or an "ignore level". A value of 7
for instance means that any warning/error matching with any of the first
7 fields of
will be ignored. Setting this value to zero will mean that no
error/warning is ignored. However, even with a value of zero, Latex-Suite will
filter out most of the text which a LaTeX compiler typically produces.
from within Vim in order to see all the lines from the compiler's output.
When set to 1, then if a
Makefile is present in the current directory, then
Latex-Suite sets the
makeprg option to just
"make <target>", where
<target> is the target format chosen using
When set to 0, then Latex-Suite will set the
setting to whatever is defined by the g:Tex_CompileRule_target