I am playing around with some LaTeX's DocStrip package.
(For those interested: it is a LaTeX package, to create documented code, in order to write e.g. a style file and incorporate the documentation in one file. DocStrip will Strip the Documentation and generate a clean and fast loadable Stylefile but is also able, to create an exhaustive documentation on that style file.)
To use DocStrip you usually have two kind of files: the
.dtx containing both documentation and the code and a second file, which is similar to a Makefile. Usually it has the file extension
.ins to be not mixed up with normal LaTeX files.
If you want to extract the style file (or any other package), you have to run LaTeX on your "Makefile", that is
I want to be able, to use the normal
C-c C-c key, to start this compilation. But AUCTeX is adding the extra file extension
.tex, so that the real call is
pdflatex -file-line-error --synctex=1 -interaction=nonstopmode "\input" sample.ins.tex''
Ho do I configure Emacs/AUCTeX to run
pdflatex -file-line-error --synctex=1 -interaction=nonstopmode "\input" sample.ins''
I already tried to define the master file to be "sample.ins", but even than
.tex is added.
"ins"to it, that should do the trick.