[texhax] Suppressing intermediary output
D. R. Evans
doc.evans at gmail.com
Wed Sep 9 23:54:32 CEST 2009
Philip TAYLOR said the following at 09/09/2009 03:08 PM :
> Stephen McKeague wrote:
>> I know the command \nofiles prevents aux files from being generated, but
>> can not find anything to prevent the log file from being generated.
> You can't. It is created by TeX, and there is no provision
> for preventing it from being created. You might (if you
> are sufficiently clever with your O/S) manage to get it
> sent to the null device, but I would not know where to start
> at accomplishing this.
In *NIX, something like:
ln -s /dev/null <filename.log>
Presumably there's something similar in Windows, but I have no idea what it
And, as Stephen says, this just stops the info being written to the file
(at least, it stops you from ever seeing that info).
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