DeTeXor
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Moves useless byproducts of TeX file compilations to Trash.   Free
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DeTeXor is a user configurable droplet (drop onto the icon on the Finder not its window; the application must not be already running) that finds and cleans the garbage that is the byproduct of compiling a TeX file. It moves to the trash (does not delete) the files associated to an existing TeX file. For example, it will only delete foo.aux if you set it to delete files with that suffix, if foo.tex lives in the same directory, or a subdirectory of it, and if you have permission to delete files in the that directory. However, be careful, since it deletes files please exercise caution when using it
What's New
Version 2.7:
  • Better Finder integration: reasons are given if files cannot be trashed.
Requirements
  • Intel/PPC
  • Mac OS X 10.4 or later



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Downloads:486
Version Downloads:263
Type:Development : Editors
License:Free
Date:16 Jun 2010
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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DeTeXor is a user configurable droplet (drop onto the icon on the Finder not its window; the application must not be already running) that finds and cleans the garbage that is the byproduct of compiling a TeX file. It moves to the trash (does not delete) the files associated to an existing TeX file. For example, it will only delete foo.aux if you set it to delete files with that suffix, if foo.tex lives in the same directory, or a subdirectory of it, and if you have permission to delete files in the that directory. However, be careful, since it deletes files please exercise caution when using it (do not drop on it folders and files you do not want it to process)


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