I actually prefer TXS to kile. But kile has a feature which I could not find in TXS:
there one can configure that on closing a document either nothing additional happens or that all files with an extension one can choose are removed. Right now I find it somewhat annoying to have one's directory filled up with log, dvi, aux etc when the only thing one like preserved is the tex file.
Does this feature really not exist in TXS or am I just to dumb to find it?
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There is only the "Tools\Clean auxiliary files" command to remove these files
I admit not having looked in the tools menu as I expected this feature
to be configurable like in kile and therefor to be looked for in the TXS configuring section.
In the help I did not find a comment to this feature. For this reason additonal questions:
"Tools\Clean auxiliary files" opens a dialog, in which you can configure which files are removed. I think it's rather self-explanatory.
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