Hi, I often work on multiple papers in parallel where each paper is composed of multiple .tex files.
When I change working from one paper to another, I need to close all current files and open files for the other paper again. This is time consuming. I propose the following:
Assume we have 4 tex files, 1.tex, 2.tex, 3.tex, 4.tex.
1.tex and 2.tex belongs to a paper X, where 3.tex and 4.tex belongs to a paper Y.
A user opens 1.tex and 2.tex, creates a new project name "Project X" and assigns them to it. The user then closes all and opens 3.tex and 4.tex, creates a new project "Project Y", and assigns them to it.
Now the user can simply open the "Project X" to open 1.tex and 2.tex, or "Project Y" to open 3.tex and 4.tex, instead of manually locating files and opening them.
For your reference, a similar implementation is nicely done in "Editplus", which I use even in Linux with wine due to its many useful text editing features. Project implementation example:
http://corz.org/windows/dev/AutoIt/AutoIt-setup-for-EditPlus.php (Ctrl+F for "Projects")
Hope it was a good example.
Thank you for your attention.
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