Auto Compiler takes care of running compilation cycles. It monitors typing activity and runs compilation once all collaborators stop typing.
How does it work
If Auto Compiler is available in some project, collaborators will see android icon in the
Compile button. Auto Compiler can be switched on and off and in the latter case the icon is grayed out. One can toggle Auto Compiler with menu item in
When Auto Compiler is switched on, it tracks user activity in the project. While any of the collaborators is typing text, Auto Compiler moves back and forth. Once all collaborators become idle, Auto Compiler starts compilation of configured auto-compile targets for each collaborator.
What is compiled
Auto Compiler compiles the last successfully compiled target for each collaborator in a project. This works exactly as if every user hits
Let’s consider a simple project with root files
notes.tex and file
table.tex which is included into both
notes. If Alice successfully compiled
preso.tex file then Auto Compiler will start compiling
preso.tex for her. If Alice explicitly triggers compilation of
notes.tex, Auto Compiler switches to compiling
notes.tex. If Alice compiles
preso.tex while Bob compiles
notes.tex, Auto Compiler will compile both files and deliver the results to Alice and Bob appropriately.
Who is eligible
Any collaborator who is working on a project owned by paid plan user can enjoy Auto Compiler.