Joris van der Hoeven | 2 Apr 16:45 2008

Re: Formulae in titles.

On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 07:09:50AM -0800, bump <at> sporadic.stanford.edu wrote:
> > Joris, probably I did not describe the problem precisely.
> > TexMacs does enters math mode, however, many things are missing.
> > First, there is no math toolbar.
> > Second, the usual keybindings are not there, e.g., if I press 'L' followed 
> > by '_' followed by '1' I get "L_1" which is obviously not what I expect.
> 
> I have seen this myself, and was just able to reproduce it,
> exactly as described above. The problem is most likely to occur in the
> document title, not the section titles.
> 
> As a workaround, you can create the math in the text of
> the document and then cut and paste it into the title.

I finally managed to reproduce the bug too;
I thought that you were talking about section titles.
The bug is somewhat tricky to fix in the present state,
but should automatically vanish in the process of
an upcoming reorganization.

In the meantime, Daniels fix should work.

Best wishes, Joris
slept | 12 Apr 11:48 2008

encoding

Hi,

I was having problems with spell checking in texmacs. The problem occurs 
for german encoding. The Problem is that texmacs is not using utf. To 
make things work, the spell checking command has to be changed from

TeXmacs] Launching 'aspell -a -d ngerman -T latin1'

   		    aspell -a -l de --encoding=iso8859-15

I am not sure how texmacs is handing over the words so the command / 
where to find it in the source so I can't fix it myself.
I checked files like that on command line " aspell -c -l de 
--encoding=iso8859-15 filename.tm" and things work fine. I am running 
debian lenny, but this might be a non debian specific problem. Of cause 
it would be nice if the encoding of texmacs files would be changed to 
utf, but I have no idea how much work that would be. I guess other 
languages/encodings are affected as well.

Thanks,
Sebastian
Sebastian Schleehauf | 12 Apr 11:55 2008
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Bug#459552: encoding

Hi,

what I forgot to mention in my first mail is that filenames get messed 
up as well when loading/saving files.

Cheers,
Sebastian

PeterSteph | 14 Apr 11:44 2008
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Problem in Windows


I have just installed TexMacs in Windows. Yesterday it worked fine. 
Suddenly today it looks as this:
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PeterSteph | 16 Apr 14:16 2008
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Any active TexMacs forums?


Hi all

Any active TexMacs forums? Any links?

regards
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Kamaraju S Kusumanchi | 16 Apr 14:23 2008

Re: Any active TexMacs forums?

PeterSteph wrote:

> Any active TexMacs forums? Any links?

AFAIK, there are no forums. Support is provided only through mailing lists.

hth
raju
Henri Lesourd | 16 Apr 15:16 2008
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Re: Any active TexMacs forums?

PeterSteph wrote:

>Hi all
>
>Any active TexMacs forums? Any links?
>
>  
>
There are 2 mailing lists, which are quite active, although
not absolutely crowded these days, see:
[[
We provide three mailing lists for TeXmacs:

<texmacs-users <at> texmacs.org>
    The mailing list for general users.
<texmacs-info <at> texmacs.org>
    For information about important releases (a few messages each year).
<texmacs-dev <at> gnu.org>
    Our developers mailing list.
]]
  http://www.texmacs.org/tmweb/home/ml.en.html
Henri Lesourd | 16 Apr 15:13 2008
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Re: Problem in Windows

PeterSteph wrote:

>I have just installed TexMacs in Windows. Yesterday it worked fine. 
>Suddenly today it looks as this:
>  
>
You lost track all your Scheme files, it seems. In
practice, due to lack of mainteainers, it is not easy
for us to diagnose what happens with the windows version
of TeXmacs. We plan to solve this problem by replacing
the current windows version, but its not done yet.

=> If possible, using Linux is better, TeXmacs works
  flawlessly there.

Otherwise, there are in fact 2 versions of TeXmacs
for windows :

(1) The native WinTeXmacs, which is currently unmaintained ;

(2) The Cygwin-based CygTeXmacs, which is built from exactly
  the same code as the Linux-based TeXmacs. Provided Cygwin
  works correctly on your computer, this version should also
  work.
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Re: Problem in Windows

Hi,

Henri Lesourd escribió:

[...]
> Otherwise, there are in fact 2 versions of TeXmacs
> for windows :
>
> (1) The native WinTeXmacs, which is currently unmaintained ;
>
> (2) The Cygwin-based CygTeXmacs, which is built from exactly
>  the same code as the Linux-based TeXmacs. Provided Cygwin
>  works correctly on your computer, this version should also
>  work.
>
 You can try also the virtualization of Linux running inside Windows. We 
have TeXmacs working with Sage in this way and is doing very well. What 
you need is:

1. Virtual Box.
2. Installing your favorite flavor of Linux
3. Installing TeXmacs there

Our combination was Virtualbox portable, PuppyLinux and TeXmacs from 
Slackware repositories (which are compatible with Puppy). We hope to 
have something to download soon.

Cheers,

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