I'm just starting to learn Vim-LaTeX, and there are a couple things that bug me. First, I would like to suppress all standard output to the command line when I compile using
\ll, but I would still like errors to show up in the quick-fix window. Also, Vim prompts me to press Enter after compilation with
\ll and after viewing with
\lv, both of which I would like to skip and always go immediately back to Vim as soon as compilation is done or the pdf is opened. I can suppress all output using a line like this in my .vimrc:
let g:Tex_CompileRule_pdf = 'pdflatex -interaction=nonstopmode $* >/dev/null'
but then if there's an error it doens't tell me. Any thoughts or advice would be appreciated.