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In Kile you can create and work with projects. A project is a
group of LATEX, graphic, BibTEX, or other files that contain all the information that is used to build
your complete document. A typical project would be a document consisting of several chapters,
written in different
.tex files; all of them could be included in
a project, to make the whole document easier to manage. The specifications of the project are stored in a special file,
A Project adds the following functionalities:
You need not set a master document, Kile does this automatically.
Project files can easily be archived together by going to →
The Files and Projects view shows which files are included in the project.
After opening a project, any file that was previously opened will be restored with the original encoding and highlightning.
Code completion works across all project files.
Reference completion works across all project files.
Citation completion works across all project files.
Search in all project files.
Specify custom quickbuild and makeidx command.
You can find all project related commands in the Project-menu. From there you can open, close and manage your projects.