(yatexe)Calling typesetter

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Calling typesetter

  Typing `[prefix] t j', the current editing window will be divided
horizontally when you invoke latex command, and log message of LaTeX
typesetting will be displayed in the other window; called typesetting
buffer.  The typesetting buffer automatically scrolls up and traces LaTeX
warnings and error messages.  If you see latex stopping by an error, you
can send string to latex in the typesetting buffer.

  If an error stops the LaTeX typesetting, this key stroke will move the
cursor to the line where LaTeX error is detected.

`[prefix] ''
`([prefix]+single quotation)'

             ... jump to the previous error or warning

  If you find a noticeable error, move to the typesetting buffer and move
the cursor on the line of error message and type `SPACE' key.  This makes
the cursor move to corresponding source line.

  YaTeX-typeset-region invoked by `[prefix] tr' call typesetter for
region.  The region is specified by standard point and mark, or by
`%#BEGIN' and `%#END' marks.  Selected region will be copied to the
temporary file `texput.tex' with the same preamble as the main file of
current editing sources.  Be sure to put all local macro settings in
preamble, not after `\begin{document}'.  The method of specification of
the region is shown in the section Note: %#notation.

  The documentclass for typeset-region is the same as that of editing file
if you edit one file, and is the same as main file's if you edit splitting

  The `[prefix] te' key automatically marks current inner environment or
inner math mode or paragraph, and then call typeset-region with marked
region.  This is convenient to quick view of current tabular environment
or current editing formulas.  If running Emacs has the ability of
displaying images, typeset image will be shown in the next window.
Further more, if you modify the content within that environment, YaTeX
performs `on-the-fly' preview that automatically update preview image as
you typed.

If your Emacs does not supply on-the-fly preview, keeping previewer window
for `texput.dvi' is handy for debugging.  Since `[prefix] te' selects the
inner-most environment as region, it is not suitable for partial
typesetting of doubly or more composed environment.  If you want to do
partial typesetting for a nested environment, use `[prefix] tr' for
static-region, which is described in the section Note: %#notation.

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