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 [Kile-devel] Idea for a featrue From: Raoul Bresenitz - 2010-08-31 18:49:30 Hey there I started to use Kile a few Weeks ago and noticed that you can't hide whole sections the way you can hide environments with \begin{}... This would really be an improvement for long documents with many sections/chapters. Greetings Raoul 
 [Kile-devel] Kile without KDE From: Dmitry V. Gorkovets - 2010-08-28 15:14:04 Attachments: Message as HTML Hello, Kile is my favourite LaTeX editor and I have one question. There are multiplanform LaTeX editors, for example, TeXMaker. In my opinion Kile is better than TeXMaker but it cannot run on Windows natively. Question: will you clean the code from KDE parts? Can Kile be written in the pure Qt4 or there are some significant library KDE elements which don't allow to do this? Thanks, Dmitry Gorkovets, Russian Federation 
 [Kile-devel] % in tabular wizard From: Holger Vogel - 2010-08-26 08:02:38 Hi, I discovered a small bug which may be fixed: If you use the tabular-wizard and add a % in one of the cells it should be escaped to \%. Yours Holger Vogel 
 [Kile-devel] kile+asymptote From: smail addoune - 2010-08-23 13:53:15 Attachments: Message as HTML Hey, I am using kile and asymptote and i can't configure kile for the code completion with asymptote. Thank you in advance. 
 Re: [Kile-devel] Math Mode and Highlighting From: Michel Ludwig - 2010-08-21 19:04:12 Hi, On Thu 19 Aug 2010 11:53:30 Michael Kraus wrote: > today, I encountered a problem, which was always present, but not as > disruptive as today: When I start a new math mode in the text ($...$), the > entire following file gets re-highlighted. This tends to slow Kile down a > little bit when continuously writing a file (i.e. starting in the > beginning and writing to the end), slightly annoying but not severe. But > if you add something in the beginning of a rather large file (~2000 > lines), this makes kile almost unusable. Just writing a single letter in > math mode, e.g. $S$, takes roughly 20s until kile is responsive again (on > a 2ghz core 2 duo notebook). > > I mean, I see where this comes from, the highlighting engine just looks for > the next '$', which it thinks closes the math mode, right? And then it > reinterprets every following '$'. It thinks the next one, which originally > closed a math mode, is opening a math mode and so on. Maybe it would be > better (also in general) to stop highlighting the text as math, as soon as > one encounters another \end{something} tag, which usually doesn't occur in > equations (e.g. \end{minipage}, \end{itemize}) or a new opening tag, that > doesn't occur in equations (e.g. \chapter, \section, \begin{align}, > \begin{figure}, \begin{itemize}). This also might ease finding errors in > the latex code. One might write a little error message, stating a math > mode is not properly closed or something alike. > > It works similar with align. But there you have a \begin and a \end tag. So > if you insert a new \begin{align} in the text, the re-highlighting stops > at the next \end{align}. Thus, of course, also way to much text gets > highlighted as math, but much less as in the former case. And at the next > \end{align} the re-highlighting can essentially stop. Whereas for $...$ it > has to continue to the end of the document. But of course, this doesn't > work for $...$ and $$...$$, where the start and end "tag" are the same. So > in these cases it would really be great, to stop highlighting somewhere > else, at other tags, and not only at an actual counterpart of the opening > "tag". As far as I know, recent versions of KatePart (the editor component of Kile) only compute the highlighting for the text that is currently visible. Anyway, in KDE 4.5 there have been huge improvements to KatePart, so you might want to give that one a try. > A similar thing, which can take quite some time, is the update of the file > structure window upon save. In a rather large document, you also might end > up waiting 1-2-3 secs. But this is not as problematic as the > re-highlighting issue... The LaTeX parser in Kile is currently being rewritten, i.e. future versions should behave much better in this regard. Michel 
 [Kile-devel] Math Mode and Highlighting From: Michael Kraus - 2010-08-19 10:56:14 Dear Kile developers, today, I encountered a problem, which was always present, but not as disruptive as today: When I start a new math mode in the text ($...$), the entire following file gets re-highlighted. This tends to slow Kile down a little bit when continuously writing a file (i.e. starting in the beginning and writing to the end), slightly annoying but not severe. But if you add something in the beginning of a rather large file (~2000 lines), this makes kile almost unusable. Just writing a single letter in math mode, e.g. $S$, takes roughly 20s until kile is responsive again (on a 2ghz core 2 duo notebook). I mean, I see where this comes from, the highlighting engine just looks for the next '$', which it thinks closes the math mode, right? And then it reinterprets every following '$'. It thinks the next one, which originally closed a math mode, is opening a math mode and so on. Maybe it would be better (also in general) to stop highlighting the text as math, as soon as one encounters another \end{something} tag, which usually doesn't occur in equations (e.g. \end{minipage}, \end{itemize}) or a new opening tag, that doesn't occur in equations (e.g. \chapter, \section, \begin{align}, \begin{figure}, \begin{itemize}). This also might ease finding errors in the latex code. One might write a little error message, stating a math mode is not properly closed or something alike. It works similar with align. But there you have a \begin and a \end tag. So if you insert a new \begin{align} in the text, the re-highlighting stops at the next \end{align}. Thus, of course, also way to much text gets highlighted as math, but much less as in the former case. And at the next \end{align} the re-highlighting can essentially stop. Whereas for $...$ it has to continue to the end of the document. But of course, this doesn't work for $...$ and $$...$$, where the start and end "tag" are the same. So in these cases it would really be great, to stop highlighting somewhere else, at other tags, and not only at an actual counterpart of the opening "tag". A similar thing, which can take quite some time, is the update of the file structure window upon save. In a rather large document, you also might end up waiting 1-2-3 secs. But this is not as problematic as the re-highlighting issue... Kind regards, Michael Kraus 
 [Kile-devel] Automatically archive project? From: mander - 2010-08-18 18:49:00 I know that I can archive a project, including all the external files I have included, by right-clicking in the "Files and Projects" view and selecting "Archive". Is there any way that I can do this using some kind of script or terminal command? It would be better if I could tell Kile to automatically create an archive of the current project when I close Kile, or something similar. A bit of context: My thesis has many, many tables and images that I keep as separate files and call with a custom "InputTable" command to reduce confusion and keep the main file readable when I am writing or editing. I like to run a script using cron that makes a .tar file of my entire thesis project and emails it to me at set intervals for backup. At the moment I am using a beginner-level bash script that feeds a list of files to tar, but it gets to be a bit of a pain to keep the list of files up to date. Thanks in advance for any ideas! Mander 
 Re: [Kile-devel] kile 2.1 final release From: Michel Ludwig - 2010-08-18 07:58:54 Hi, On Mon 16 Aug 2010 00:47:53 denk@... wrote: > I would like to ask if there is any estimated release date for kile > 2.1? If not, I would like to know what's the reason for that. No, there isn't a planned release date for Kile 2.1 as this mostly depends on real life issues here... However, I don't think that it will still take a very long time as the current SVN version seems to be in a pretty good shape. The release should definitely take place before the end of the year. Michel 
 [Kile-devel] [makeglossaries integration] From: Maxim Abalenkov - 2010-08-18 06:51:11 Dear Kile developers, I would like to use the 'makeglossaries' command in Kile. I'm able to create my own 'MakeGlossaries' tool similar to 'MakeIndex'. Is there any way to modify Kile to automatically pick up my user-defined 'MakeGlossaries' command when I compile my TEX-document with PDFLaTeX? What do I have to modify to tell PDFLaTeX to call my own MakeGlossaries tool? I would like to have a functionality similar to MakeIndex. User doesn't have to compile the index manually by pressing a button. Index gets created after the user presses 'Alt+6' to compile a document with PDFLaTex. Thank you. -- Kind regards, Maxim Abalenkov 
 [Kile-devel] kile 2.1 final release From: - 2010-08-15 23:03:36 Hello, I would like to ask if there is any estimated release date for kile 2.1? If not, I would like to know what's the reason for that. Thanks in advance! denk 
 Re: [Kile-devel] bibtexetries.rc [patch] From: Michel Ludwig - 2010-08-12 08:45:50 Hi Martin, On Tue 10 Aug 2010 12:39:57 Martin Weis wrote: > Thank you for your great work, especially the configurable > bibtex-entries are nice. There are small bugs in it (ALTauthor -> author > in book, abstract*s* in some places), and here I provide you with a > patch that also extends the entries with the fields: > urldate ,lastchecked ,isbn, keywords Thanks for the patch. I've committed it. Michel 
 [Kile-devel] bibtexetries.rc [patch] From: Martin Weis - 2010-08-10 10:38:58 Attachments: Message as HTML     signature.asc
 Re: [Kile-devel] label and ref on different subdocument From: Vitor M. Pereira - 2010-08-07 21:38:24 On Sunday 18 July 2010 at 12:08, kaktux@... wrote: > So the point is, that kile only > seems to show the labels for the current document - but can´t > handle labels on different subdocuments. For that to work you have to create a "project". Then associate/add all files you work on to that project, and kile should be able to know about all the labels in all documents in the project. 
 [Kile-devel] Preview for equations? From: velociraptor Genjix - 2010-08-07 10:04:04 Attachments: Message as HTML How can I get a preview for equations like this website: http://www.codecogs.com/latex/eqneditor.php ? Is possible with Kile?Thank you 
 Re: [Kile-devel] kile highlighting problem From: Michel Ludwig - 2010-08-07 09:43:39 Hi, On Fri 06 Aug 2010 23:19:38 Ben Dare wrote: > I just updated opensuse from 11.2 to 11.3. My highlighting options for > markup: latex have just been reduced leaving me no way to highlight my > footnotes. Any clue how to get it back? Unfortunately, the special footnote highlighting had to be temporarily removed in order to fix some bugs. It will be added back, however. If you don't mind the bugs, you can continue using the previous version for now. Just download it from http://websvn.kde.org/*checkout*/trunk/KDE/kdelibs/kate/syntax/data/latex.xml?revision=1070352 and put it into ~/.kde/share/apps/katepart/syntax/ Michel 
 [Kile-devel] kile highlighting problem From: Ben Dare - 2010-08-06 21:17:51 Hi guys I just updated opensuse from 11.2 to 11.3. My highlighting options for markup: latex have just been reduced leaving me no way to highlight my footnotes. Any clue how to get it back? I still seem to have a file katepartsyntaxhighlightingrc in my config file that has the footnote options in it. But kile has stopped using it. Any help appreciated, please tell me in you need more info. Ben 
 [Kile-devel] kile tabbing question From: Ilyas Landikov - 2010-08-05 07:45:28 Hi, first of all thanks for your hard work, Kile is really a great LaTeX editor, I really enjoy using it. I have however a suggestion to make. I'm doing a lot of reports that are more clear to edit when you separate them to different files. So I create a project and open some files at the same time but I often regret so much that I can't move tabs...I'd like to have a possibility to move them so I could sort them in some way... Please tell, if you think this could be done. Thanks a lot. Ilyas LANDIKOV 
 [Kile-devel] System Check and configure Kile From: Emanuele Giusti - 2010-08-02 21:38:32 Attachments: Message as HTML Hi! I've just installed kile-devel through macports. I've installed mactex distribution of LaTeX that contains the latest texlive. How can I set Kile to use my LaTeX distribution? However, how can I set Kile to work fine? Do I install tetex through macports? I attach the file of System Check. Thanks for your help. I hope you can solve me the problem. Emanuele Giusti from Italy 
 [Kile-devel] System Check From: Emanuele Giusti - 2010-08-01 18:33:15 Attachments: kile Hi! I've just installed kile-devel through macports. I've installed mactex distribution of LaTeX that contains the latest texlive. How can I set kile to use my LaTeX distribution? However, how can I set kile to work fine? I attach the file of System Check. Thanks for your help. I hope you can solve me the problem. Emanuele Giusti from Italy.

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