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From: Jayesh Badwaik <kde@ja...>  20120407 17:32:26

Hi, I have been working in Kile and I have noticed a bug as follows. When I have nested folders and I use the \input command, then the LaTeX requires that all paths be relative to the master document. However, the Kile scans the document using the relative path to the current file. Due to this, the file which I have included using the input command \input instead of coming under that specific file subtree from which it was \input instead appears under the main tree. For example, my structure is as follows: /  master.tex  algebra.tex  algebra  linearalgebra.tex  matrices.tex Now the input chain is as follows: master.tex > algebra.tex > linearalgebra.tex > matrices.tex Now what kile expects is that since linearalgebra.tex and matrices.tex are in the same folder, matrices.tex should be included in linearalgebra.tex using the command Case A: \input{matrices.tex}. However, LaTeX wants me to do this as Case B: \input{algebra/matrices.tex} When I do as in the case A, the kile project tree is proper, but LaTeX does not compile. In case B, LaTeX compiles but Kile project tree is screwed up.  Jayesh Badwaik 
From: Michel Ludwig <michel.ludwig@gm...>  20120425 20:05:06

Hi, On Sat 07 Apr 2012 18:16:01 Jayesh Badwaik wrote: > I have been working in Kile and I have noticed a bug as follows. > > When I have nested folders and I use the \input command, then the LaTeX > requires that all paths be relative to the master document. However, the > Kile scans the document using the relative path to the current file. Due > to this, the file which I have included using the input command \input > instead of coming under that specific file subtree from which it was > \input instead appears under the main tree. > > For example, my structure is as follows: > > / > >  master.tex >  algebra.tex >  algebra >  >  linearalgebra.tex >  matrices.tex > > Now the input chain is as follows: > > master.tex > algebra.tex > linearalgebra.tex > matrices.tex > > Now what kile expects is that since linearalgebra.tex and matrices.tex are > in the same folder, matrices.tex should be included in linearalgebra.tex > using the command > > Case A: > \input{matrices.tex}. > > However, LaTeX wants me to do this as > > Case B: > \input{algebra/matrices.tex} > > When I do as in the case A, the kile project tree is proper, but LaTeX does > not compile. In case B, LaTeX compiles but Kile project tree is screwed up. Could you you maybe create a small test project which shows the problem and file everything in the bug tracker? Thanks, Michel 
From: Jayesh Badwaik <kde@ja...>  20120504 14:27:00

On Wednesday 25 Apr 2012 21:04:57 Michel Ludwig wrote: > Could you you maybe create a small test project which shows the problem and > file everything in the bug tracker? > > > Thanks, > > Michel > >  >  Live Security Virtual Conference > Exclusive live event will cover all the ways today's security and > threat landscape has changed and how IT managers can respond. Discussions > will include endpoint security, mobile security and the latest in malware > threats. http://www.accelacomm.com/jaw/sfrnl04242012/114/50122263/ > _______________________________________________ > Kiledevel mailing list > Kiledevel@... > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/kiledevel Hi, Yes, will do so.  Jayesh Badwaik stop html mail  always bottompost http://www.asciiribbon.org  http://www.netmeister.org/news/learn2quote.html 
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