: emacsclient -a emacs –no-wait +%l %f the following variables to find which command should. Feb 27, AUCTeX supports three methods for forward and inverse search: source specials (only DVI output), the pdfsync LaTeX package (only PDF. Make AUCTeX do forward and inverse search with SyncTeX and Evince – auctex-

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Forward and inverse search refer to the correlation between the document source in the editor and the typeset document in the viewer. Forward search allows you to jump to the place in the previewed document corresponding to a certain line in the document source and inverse search vice versa. AUCTeX supports three methods for forward and inverse search: If you want to make use of forward and inverse searching with source specials or SyncTeX, switch on TeX-source-correlate-mode.

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See Processor Optionson how to do that. The use of the pdfsync package is detected automatically if document parsing is enabled. Customize the variable TeX-source-correlate-method to select the method to use. Method to use for enabling forward and inverse search. You must make sure your viewer supports the same method. It is also possible to specify a different method depending on the output, either DVI or PDF, by setting the variable to an alist of the kind.


The default value of the variable is. Forward search happens automatically upon calling the viewer, e. This will open the viewer or bring it to front and display the output page corresponding to the position of point in the source file.

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Ibverse will automatically pass the necessary command line options to the viewer for this to happen. Upon opening the viewer you will be asked if you want to start a server process Gnuserv or Emacs server which is necessary for inverse search. This happens only if there is no server running already. You can customize the variable TeX-source-correlate-start-server to inhibit the question and always or never start the server respectively. If TeX-source-correlate-mode is active and a viewer is invoked, the default behavior is to ask if a server process invedse be started.

Set this variable to t if the question should be inhibited and the server should always be started.


Set it to nil if the server should never be started. Inverse search will not be available in the latter case. Refer to the documentation of your viewer to find out how it has to seqrch configured and what you have to do exactly.


In xdvi you normally have to use C-down-mouse There is simply no way to raise the Emacs frame reliably accross different operating systems and different window managers with their different focus stealing policies. If the Emacs frame is not raised after performing an inverse searc from Evince or Atril, you can customize the following option. A function that will be called after performing an inverse search from Evince or Atril in order to raise the current Emacs frame.

If auxtex Emacs frame is already raised in that situation, just leave this variable set to its default value raise-frame. Otherwise, here are some alternative settings that work for some users.

Here waiting a bit before ;; issuing the request seems to work. Use the external wmctrl tool in order to ;; force Emacs into the focus.