Michael M. Tung | 1 Feb 21:03 2003
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load path problem


Hi!

I am using TeXmacs 1.0.1.2 with Maxima 5.9.0rc3 and encounter
the following problem:

load(eigen);

produces an error which indicates that the eigen macro is not
in the load path. On the other hand, plain maxima and xmaxima
finds the eigen routines without problem. Previously, with
older versions of TeXmacs, I did not have this path problem.
If anybody knows, please let me know if this is a simple
configuration problem or a bug in the latest release of
TeXmacs.

Many thanks in advance,
                         Michael

Marten Bauer | 2 Feb 19:42 2003
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combine cells/rows of a table?

Hello,

i have written a gaussian elimation table for linear algebra an want to 
combine some table rows and columns. I read that i can do this with glueing 
them, but it didn't work right or I did it the wrong way.
Could i also do it by defining a span? 

I have this table for example

k |                    |
---|--------------------|------------------------------
   | 3 4 8 9 0 9  |
   | 7 2 3 9 3 0  |             ....
   | 9 8 3 9 4 4  | 
   | 0 3 9 0 9 9  |
---|--------------------|------------------------------
           ....

Now I want to write a Formula above the matrix and a number on the left. How 
can i do this? 

Thx for helping
Marten

Matteo | 3 Feb 19:52 2003
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some questions

I'm quite new to TeXmacs, but I've been using it intensively in the last 
weeks, it is the very best program for writing math I have ever used.
I have some questions about it (in the article style):

- how can I number Theorems and Definitions separately?

- is it possible to change page before and not just after a 
theorem/proof (like TeX do)?

- how can I restart the theorem numbering from section to section (like 
(1.)1, and (2.)1, not (2.)23, (1.) because I don't need the major number)

- how can I use latex inside an xfig picture? i I insert a .fig I have 
$x^2$!!

Sincerely I didn't anderstand well the styles, so if someone has a rapid 
solution I'll be happy!!!

If one of the developers is reading, thanks for your faboluos work!!!

Thanks,
Matteo Bertini

Daniele Pighin | 3 Feb 20:19 2003
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Re: some questions

Alle 19:52, lunedì 3 febbraio 2003, Matteo ha scritto:

> - how can I use latex inside an xfig picture? i I insert a .fig I have
> $x^2$!!

To achieve  this result you have to tell xfig to save files in a special 
format and to use latex fonts.
To do so:

in Xfig, select the text tool.
Click on "text flags", and set the "special" flag.
Click on "text font", click on "use latex fonts" and select the font.

*now* the text you write will be treated as latex text.

> Sincerely I didn't anderstand well the styles, so if someone has a rapid
> solution I'll be happy!!!

Ehehe, I think Joris and David alone do understand them :-)

Ciao
Daniele

Sören Blom | 3 Feb 22:56 2003
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BibTex Question

I'm relativly new to TeXmacs, but I like it more every time I use it and
it continues to replace my LyX/LaTeX environment.

Searching through this mailing list was helpful in several instances,
but what I can't figure out is how to sucessfully integrate a bibtex
file into my tm-Document.

I try to insert a bibliography, select style=plain and enter the
filename ("bib.bib"). The result is always that I get an empty
bibliography (even after "refreshing"). I tried it with absolute path,
the filename without the ".bib" and other things.

What am I doing wrong?

I use TeXmacs 1.0.1 on a Mandrake 9.0

Thanks in advance

Sören

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glenn | 3 Feb 23:39 2003
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Probelm with Texmacs

I've just installed TeXMacs under Linux (Suse 8.1). The problem is
that when TeXMacs is launched everything is ok except that I can't
type anything. It just stands over there, everything is ready, but the
situation is like that there is no keyboard at all. (The rest of
hardware/software is working perfectly).

What can I do?

Stéphane Payrard | 4 Feb 02:14 2003
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Re: Probelm with Texmacs

On Tue, Feb 04, 2003 at 12:39:33AM +0200, glenn wrote:
> I've just installed TeXMacs under Linux (Suse 8.1). The problem is
> that when TeXMacs is launched everything is ok except that I can't
> type anything. It just stands over there, everything is ready, but the
> situation is like that there is no keyboard at all. (The rest of
> hardware/software is working perfectly).
> 
> What can I do?

Please specify the window manager used and TeXmacs and window
manger version.

__
 stef

Marten Bauer | 4 Feb 08:16 2003
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Re: Probelm with Texmacs

Am Montag, 3. Februar 2003 23:39 schrieb glenn:
> I've just installed TeXMacs under Linux (Suse 8.1). The problem is
> that when TeXMacs is launched everything is ok except that I can't
> type anything. It just stands over there, everything is ready, but the
> situation is like that there is no keyboard at all. (The rest of
> hardware/software is working perfectly).
>
> What can I do?
I use Texmacs with Suse 8.1 too and I have had the same problem when I used a 
binary version of texmacs. I compiled the sourcecode of the actual texmacs 
version and it works fine on SuSE 8.1. 

cya
Marten

Parrenin Frédéric | 4 Feb 10:01 2003
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Re: BibTex Question

Le lun 03/02/2003 à 22:56, Sören Blom a écrit :
> I'm relativly new to TeXmacs, but I like it more every time I use it and
> it continues to replace my LyX/LaTeX environment.
> 
> Searching through this mailing list was helpful in several instances,
> but what I can't figure out is how to sucessfully integrate a bibtex
> file into my tm-Document.
> 
> I try to insert a bibliography, select style=plain and enter the
> filename ("bib.bib"). The result is always that I get an empty
> bibliography (even after "refreshing"). I tried it with absolute path,
> the filename without the ".bib" and other things.
> 

Sören,

I also use texmacs 1.0.1 on mandrake 9.0 and I have no problem to insert
a bibliography.

There is a small explanation on the user manual (help>Manual>automatic
generation ...).
You have to cite each entry that you want to appear in your bibliography
(visible or invisible citation).
Moreover, I have remarked that you have to update 3 times your
bibliography so that all changes will be really made.

Joris, is there a real need for that feature ?
I think it is a consequence of the use of bibtex, but I imagine we can
compile the three times in once in texmacs.

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Sören Blom | 4 Feb 11:45 2003
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Re: BibTex Question


> 
> There is a small explanation on the user manual (help>Manual>automatic
> generation ...).
> You have to cite each entry that you want to appear in your bibliography
> (visible or invisible citation).
> Moreover, I have remarked that you have to update 3 times your
> bibliography so that all changes will be really made.
> 
Thanks for the immediate response.

I do get an bibliography now, after updating three times. My problem
though is, that the whole thing dissappears after citing this entry:

 <at> InCollection{CO97,
  Author         = "Corradini, Andrea and Ehrig, Hartmut and Heckel, Reiko
                   and Korff, Martin and Lowe, Michael and Ribeiro, Leila
                   and Wagner, Anika",
  Title          = "Algebraic Approaches to Graph Transformation - Part
                   {I}: {S}ingle Pushout Approach and Comparison with
                   Double Pushout Approach",
  BookTitle      = "Handbook of Graph Grammars and Computing by Graph
                   Transformation. Vol.\ {I}: Foundations",
  Publisher      = "World Scientific",
  Editor         = "Rozenberg, G.",
  Pages          = "247--312",
  url            = "citeseer.nj.nec.com/corradini96algebraic.html",
  year           = 1997,
}

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