Sam Liddicott | 17 Apr 15:56 2015

doc-render-title

Has doc-render-title gone out of fashion?

doc-title used to use doc-render-title, but doc-render-title seems to have vanished at commit 6003 from title-base.ts where reference is made to package title-render but I find no such package now.

Many packages still re-define doc-render-title but no-where is it called any more.

Sam
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Darcy Shen | 11 Apr 17:16 2015
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Move TeXmacs Documentation to Git Suggestion

Dear TeXmacs developers,

Does TeXmacs have any plans to migrate from SVN to Git? If any, I suggest firstly we may migrate Documentation to Git. And I think Github is suitable to host the project because of its popularity.

There are some possible pros:

1. It seems using Git makes it easier to maintain different document for different version of TeXmacs.

2. Also separating Documentation from code will make documentation more up-to-date.

3. ........

Darcy Shen
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Adrian S. | 19 Mar 21:41 2015
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Manage to get Maxima session in TeXmacs in Windows. Relatively easy workaround.

Hello everyone. I managed to get Maxima running in Windows. This is what I did:

(1) Install te TeXmacs binary, but *DO NOT*  install it in the default
location, but in one *THAT DOES NOT HAVE SPACES* (The location
"Program Files (x86)", which is the default, fails precisely because
of this reason.

In my case, I installed it in my desktop, with path:

C:\users\adrian\Desktop

(2) In the instalation directory, which in my case is
C:\users\adrian\Desktop\TeXmacs
go to the file

progs/kernel/texmacs/tm-plugins

and open it using notepad.

Then go to the line

(define-public (plugin-add-windows-path rad rel after?)
  (when (os-macos?)
    (add-windows-program-path (url-append rad rel) after?)))

and change it to

(define-public (plugin-add-windows-path rad rel after?)
  (when (os-mingw?)
    (add-windows-program-path (url-append rad rel) after?)))

If you had already started TeXmacs, then, in TeXmacs, update the
plugins to have it detect it.

I use Maxima 5.35.1.2

I do hope this helps others.

----More details below-------

The problem with the spaces seems to be coming from the line in the file
init-maxima in the following part:
      `((:launch
         ,(string-append "maxima.bat -p \"" (getenv "TEXMACS_PATH")
                         "\\plugins\\maxima\\lisp\\texmacs-maxima.lisp\"")))

Running the command  code in Scheme in my computer, it gives:

((#:launch "maxima.bat -p
\"C:\\Users\\adrian\\Desktop\\TeXmacs\\plugins\\maxima\\lisp\\texmacs-maxima.lisp\""))

which has no problems, but if I install in the default location, it
outputs a location with spaces, which somehow had to be escaped
somehow. I do not know how to fix that.

Take care.
Peace
-Adrian.
Adrian S. | 19 Mar 20:02 2015
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Modification to the file tm-plugins to have maxima detected in Windows.

Hello.  I am trying to get Maxima be detected in Windows, and after
some messing around, I found the following line in the file
tm-plugins:

(define-public (plugin-add-windows-path rad rel after?)
  (when (os-macos?)
    (add-windows-program-path (url-append rad rel) after?)))

Which I guessed was a mistake, since we are detecting windows, not mac-os.

I modied it so that it now reads:

(define-public (plugin-add-windows-path rad rel after?)
  (when (os-mingw?)
    (add-windows-program-path (url-append rad rel) after?)))

Then I erased the .TeXmacs directory to have TeXmacs reload and search
for Maxima again.

The result is that  **Maxima is now detected**

 : )

The bad news is that it shows an error message, which I show by the
end of this e-mail.

Any help on this would greatly be appreciated.

I tried to submit an error in Savannah, but could not remember my password.

I hope this helps someone.

Greetings, and all the best. I am really liking TexMacs.

Peace.
-Adrian.

Maxima encountered a Lisp error:

 Couldn't load "C:\\Program": file does not exist.

Automatically continuing.
To enable the Lisp debugger set *debugger-hook* to nil.

Type HELP for debugger help, or (SB-EXT:EXIT) to exit from SBCL.

restarts (invokable by number or by possibly-abbreviated name):
  0: [CONTINUE] Ignore runtime option --eval "(cl-user::run)".
  1: [ABORT   ] Skip rest of --eval and --load options.
  2:            Skip to toplevel READ/EVAL/PRINT loop.
  3: [EXIT    ] Exit SBCL (calling #'EXIT, killing the process).

("no debug information for frame")

debugger invoked on a SB-INT:SIMPLE-CONTROL-ERROR in thread
#<THREAD "main thread" RUNNING {25FB2F19}>:
  attempt to THROW to a tag that does not exist: RETURN-FROM-DEBUGGER
Busy…

Maxima]  2+2;

Busy…

Maxima]

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Peter Rapčan | 11 Mar 11:46 2015
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linkback support on OS X?

Hi developers,

Is there any chance that linkback (http://www.linkbackproject.org/) will be implemented? Would be great to be able to edit included objects in the application where they were originally created.


Cheers,
Peter.
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Peter Rapčan | 19 Feb 10:34 2015
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eps images rendering broken in Mac OS X 10.10 (TeXmacs-1.99.2)

Hi everybody, 

I would like to report that eps images rendering is broken under Mac OS X 10.10 in TeXmacs-1.99.2. Instead of
an eps image, a pink rectangle (of correct dimensions) is rendered. Jpg images are rendered fine. 

Using the same TeXmacs version under Mac OS X 10.6.8 or 10.9, eps images are rendered correctly.

Did anyone else encounter the problem / is there a solution?

Cheers,
Peter.
Darcy Shen | 29 Nov 08:37 2014
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Git extension for TeXmacs

Hi developers of TeXmacs:

    Currently, I'm working on a Git extension for TeXmacs. My code is on github: https://github.com/sadhen/dotTeXmacs

    I have implemented the basic functions of Git such as git add, git commit, git log, git diff ......

    The extension works well on my computer with the newest TeXmacs from SVN repo. But it may not work on older versions even the TeXmacs in Archlinux. I have not tested for other OS.

    I am a Scheme newbie. Seriously, these code is the longest scheme code I have ever wrote. So the code would be in low quality. If anyone did this before, I would regard it as a toy. If not, I think I may try my best to polish it and make it support Windows. I don't have a MacOS environment, so I need help for MacOS support.

    Also, my understanding of Git limits on the basics. Currently I use eval-system to get git command output and parse it. I google it around, and didn't find Git's scheme binding. 

    I hope one day git can be a built-in module like svn. Because Git is more popular, faster and easy to use than SVN(in my opinion). 


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Michael Lachmann | 30 Sep 19:25 2014
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Xcode 6?

Hi,

My mac wants to update its Xcode again, after the 3->4 update went SO WELL.
(Actually homebrew's commend 'brew doctor' asks me to install 6.0.1)

Did anyone manage to get TeXmacs to compile on Xcode 6?

Thanks,
Michael


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Luis Ramos | 12 Aug 05:06 2014
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Re: need help

Hi,
I have been using Texmacs for a year now and I really love it.

Just downloaded the recent version and installed it in my laptop like 3 months ago. But yesterday, I accidentally pressed a key and the interface was changed,,,,and all the menus disappeared. I remember that I went to the VIEW and then HEADER and suddenly the look and feel of my texmacs interface is converted into just a plain white screen. Its hard for me to create documents because all the menus are gone. I tried right clicking but I couldnt get to the  normal interface.

I am a novice at using the Texmacs so I am coming to you for help.

Thanks.

Luis
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Arvind Ajoy | 23 Jul 05:47 2014
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Broken 'sources' link on Texmacs homepage

Dear Developers,

I wish to compile Texmacs on my Debian system. The links to sources (stable, and latest version) listed on http://www.texmacs.org/tmweb/download/sources.en.html seem to be broken. I thought I should bring this to your notice.

Thanks for an excellent piece of software!

Regards

Arvind Ajoy
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Sam Liddicott | 17 Jul 07:34 2014

stack overflow

This simplified macro:

<assign|bogus|<macro|items|<get-label|<arg|items>><if|false|<bogus|x>|<arg|items>>>>

gives these errors on the console when entered into the editor

.../TeXmacs/progs/kernel/library/list.scm:100:12: In expression (cdr (reverse l)):
.../TeXmacs/progs/kernel/library/list.scm:100:12: Stack overflow

the error vanishes when the first branch of the if block is removed.

I would guess it is over-optimistic reduction of the "if" statement when encountering recursion.

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