Is it possible to perform "run" in the current directory of the file being edited?
I ran the following command:
the problem is the output is placed in %APPLICATION_DATA%\notepad++
The reason is obvious, any fix?
I don't rember the syntax of TeX,
but did you try
latex "$(FULL_CURRENT_PATH)" "$(CURRENT_DIRECTORY)"
that doesn't work...appearantly when passed with more than two argument like that, latex tries to interprete them as latex code...
However, this problem is solved because it was caused by the shortcut that notepad++ put on my desktop during installation, which is set to run in %APP_DATA%\notepad++. All I have to do is to remove the "Start In" property of the shortcut. I hope that np++ didn't put this property for some technical reason...
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