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When I look at the latex command-line output, I sometimes overlook errors or
warnings due to the lots of messages latex displays. It it possible to tell

Boris Hollas

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Reply No.hollas (8) 4/19/2004 4:19:45 PM

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Boris_Hollas, nel messaggio  <c60n6s$5t8$1@ngspool-d02.news.aol.com>,
scriveva:

>When I look at the latex command-line output, I sometimes overlook errors or
>warnings due to the lots of messages latex displays. It it possible to tell

A LaTeX aware editor can parse the output for you, so maybe you don't need
to worry too much about latex verbosity; it's very likely though that your
latex recognize a -quiet switch. Try "latex --help" for further
information.

Ciao.

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Reply zezzagio (53) 4/19/2004 3:32:09 PM

Boris_Hollas <No.hollas@informatik.uni-ulm.de.Spam> wrote in message news:<c60n6s$5t8$1@ngspool-d02.news.aol.com>...
> When I look at the latex command-line output, I sometimes overlook errors or
> warnings due to the lots of messages latex displays. It it possible to tell
>
> Boris Hollas

the following is an extract from the miktex (latex on Windows) manual:

The command-line switch -quiet suppresses all diagnostic messages. No
screen output is produced, unless there are errors. The -quiet
command-line switch implies -c-style-errors and
-interaction=batchmode, i.e. errors are shown in a "C style form" and
do not stop the compilation process.

For example, the input file foo.tex

Example 5.1. foo.tex

\documentclass{article}
\begin{document}
What's \This?
\end{documnt}

would cause TeX to print one error message, as in

C:\> latex -quiet foo.tex
foo.tex:3: Undefined control sequence
C:\>

i'm not sure if it'll work on a *nix type system...but hey...you didnt

all the best
Mike

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Reply dinekes (14) 4/19/2004 10:40:40 PM

Hello Joe,

my latex doesn't recognize -quiet. I use the latex from the
tetex-installation for Unix.

Boris

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