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 