[Bug 298594] Re: Wrong file names in Kile's errors and warnings summary
yossi.gil at gmail.com
Wed Mar 18 08:53:54 UTC 2009
In this case, I am not sure what you mean. Would you like me to download
Debian package and see if downloads and installs Kile 2.02 fine?
On Wed, Mar 18, 2009 at 9:35 AM, Andreas Wenning <awen at awen.dk> wrote:
> In the bug report you wrote that you ran Ubuntu 8.10 which is Intrepid.
> The Kile in my PPA will install on Ubuntu 8.10.
> Wrong file names in Kile's errors and warnings summary
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> Status in “kile” source package in Ubuntu: Incomplete
> Bug description:
> Binary package hint: kile
> In running LaTeX on a job composed of multiple nested files, Kile fails to
> trace correctly the name of the file in which the error / warning issued,
> and reports the main, including, file name instead.
> This bug seems to be the same as:
> It has been repaired in Kile 2.02 (see http://bugs.kde.org/172286), so the
> fix should be easy.
> In the current state, much of Kile's usability is lost, since many
> processing jobs consist of multiple files.
> Structure report.
> 1. Ubuntu 8.10
> 2. Kile 2.01
> 3. Expecting: latex error reports with the name of the (included) file in
> which the error occurred.
> 4. Instead: latex error reports with the name of the main (including) file,
> but with the correct line number
> [יוסי גיל]
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