Adding and Removing Files

To add a file to your project, open any TEX file, right click on its name in the Files and Projects view, and select Add to Project. If you have opened multiple projects, a dialog box will pop up in which you can specify to which project the file should be added.

You can also right-click on the project's name in the Files and Projects view, and select Add Files... to bring up a file selection dialog.


Adding a file to a project

Adding a file to a project


To remove a file from a project, right-click on it and select Remove File. This does not delete your file (and also does not close it), but only removes it from the list of files contained in the .kilepr extension.

Archiving your Project

Kile allows you to easily backup your project by storing all its files into a single archive (often known as a tarball). To archive your project, right-click on its name in the Files and Projects view, or select ProjectArchive.

By default, all files in a project are added to the archive. If you do not want to include a certain file in the archive, right-click on it in the Files and Projects view, and uncheck the Include in Archive option.

The archive operation is currently realized by executing the tar from the project folder (where the .kilepr file is located).