"Cornelius C. Noack" <noack@...> wrote:
>I want to configure MikTeX so that when TeX finds an error in the
>source file, typing "e" will call up my favorite text editor (at
>the approprate line).
I use Crimson Editor (available at http://www.crimsoneditor.com/ ), which
numbers. I also have set it up so that if I double click on a .tex file,
A window pops up, and the TeX file is compiled. If there is an error, it
line of the error and what it is. I can then abort the current pdftex (press
fix the error, then double-click again.
It probably doesn't help much, but that's how I do things.
(After some thought:) The information whether TeX succeeds in
the document will be in the .log file, of course. You could modify
to check that file after TeX is run.
If TeX runs successfully, the .log file should end with "Output written
If it doesn't, it should end with "No pages of output" or some other error.
-- Christopher Heckman