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Old 06-18-2013, 06:31 PM   #1
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vim conditional keymap when a tex file is open

I am trying to make a keymap that will call latexmk when .tex is available (it would be better if .tex is the currently open and active buffer)

I tried :

:nnoremap <Leader>lw :if filereadable('*.tex')<cr>up!<cr>:!latexmk -pdf<cr>endif<cr>
when trying to make latexmk -pdf run, but unfortunately, its just prompting those line in the window, and doing nothing like:

:if filereadable('*.tex')
:  up!
:  :call Tex_RunLaTeX()
:  endif
Press ENTER or type command to continue
kindly help.

(it will be great, as told, if this can be done when .tex is the currently open and active buffer.)
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