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 3    Latex-Suite also provides a way to compile a fragment of a document. This can be
 4    very useful while debugging a complex equation or one chapter in a book,
 5    etc. 
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 7    To do this, visually select a portion of the text and press
 8    <code class="literal">\ll</code> while in visual mode. The visually selected portion
 9    will be saved to a temporary file with the preamble from the current
10    document prepended. Latex-Suite will then switch focus to this temporary file and
11    compile it. Continue to debug this file as required and then replace the
12    portion of the original file with this one. 
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14    Pressing <code class="literal">\lv</code> while viewing the temporary file will
15    view the output file generated from the temporary file, not the original
16    file
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18    Two commands |TPartComp| and |TPartView| are provided to be able to get
19    this functionality via the command line.
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21    From release 1.6 onwards of Latex-Suite, the temporary file created
22    for part compilation will reside in the same directory as the file from
23    which the fragment is being created. This ensures that any relative
24    path-names defined in the fragment will still work. Latex-Suite will
25    attempt to clean the temporary file(s) created when Vim exits.
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