parsing latex log files
In mary cases, LaTeX should be run several times to get the correct result (for example, to resolve cross-references). The only way to detect if re-run is required is to analyze the log file. I haven't found anything ready to use, so I've written it myself.
* written in Python,
* is a command-line program,
* is a re-usable class for Python programs,
* unit-tested (both the class and the command-line).
I'll publish it as soon as find time. If you need it right now, contact me privately.
$ ./texloginfo.py --warnings ./test-data/warnings/warnings.log Overfull \hbox (90.38905pt too wide) in paragraph at lines 3--5 $ ./texloginfo.py --errors ./test-data/errors/errors.log ! Missing number, treated as zero. ! Illegal unit of measure (pt inserted). $ ./texloginfo.py --rerun ./test-data/rerun/rerun.log $ echo $? 1 $ cat test-data/*/*log | ./texloginfo.py --rerun --errors --warnings - ! Missing number, treated as zero. ! Illegal unit of measure (pt inserted). LaTeX Warning: Label(s) may have changed. Rerun to get cross-references right. Overfull \hbox (90.38905pt too wide) in paragraph at lines 3--5