1 Jun 2005 12:22

### [TeXmacs] Bug rendering an eq. from Maxima

Hello,

The attached file shows a little bug rendering an equation calculated by
Maxima. The exponent of ti isn't correctly rendered. I tried it using session
and varsession packages but I got the same result.

Javier

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Dept. Tecnologia de Alimentos / Dept. of Food Technology
Universitat de Lleida / University of Lleida (Spain)

Tel. +34 973702595
Fax  +34 973702596
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<TeXmacs|1.0.5.2>

<style|<tuple|generic|maxima>>

<\body>
<with|prog-language|maxima|prog-session|5.9.1 cmucl|<\session>
<\output>
\;

Maxima 5.9.1 http://maxima.sourceforge.net



1 Jun 2005 12:32

### Re: [TeXmacs] Bug rendering an eq. from Maxima

On Wed, 1 Jun 2005, Javier Arantegui wrote:
> The attached file shows a little bug rendering an equation calculated by
> Maxima. The exponent of ti isn't correctly rendered. I tried it using session
> and varsession packages but I got the same result.
You use an outdated version of maxima. This bug in the function tex() has
been fixed long ago.

Andrey


1 Jun 2005 12:36

### Re: [TeXmacs] Bug rendering an eq. from Maxima

El Miércoles, 1 de Junio de 2005 12:32, Andrey G. Grozin escribió:
> You use an outdated version of maxima. This bug in the function tex() has
> been fixed long ago.

I'm using Maxima 5.9.1. I've checked Maxima website and that is the newest
version to download. Is there a newer version available? Where can I find it?

Javier

--

--
Javier Arántegui
Dept. Tecnologia de Alimentos / Dept. of Food Technology
Universitat de Lleida / University of Lleida (Spain)

Tel. +34 973702595
Fax  +34 973702596
IM: Jabber - javier.arantegui (AT) jabberes.org
http://www.tecal.udl.es


1 Jun 2005 12:44

### Re: [TeXmacs] Bug rendering an eq. from Maxima

On Wed, 1 Jun 2005, Javier Arantegui wrote:
> > You use an outdated version of maxima. This bug in the function tex() has
> > been fixed long ago.
> I'm using Maxima 5.9.1. I've checked Maxima website and that is the newest
> version to download. Is there a newer version available? Where can I find it?
This means that this fix was done after 5.9.1, and is only available in
cvs. I use a recent cvs maxima; I've loaded your .tm file to TeXmacs and
re-done the calculation, and the result looks as it should.

So, you can either download and compile cvs maxima, or wait for 5.9.2
(which is to appear soon).

Andrey


3 Jun 2005 13:39

### Re: [TeXmacs] LaTeX conversion: non-existent delimiter sizes

On Sat, May 28, 2005 at 06:41:20PM -0400, Kostas Oikonomou wrote:
> I have the following test document:
>
> <TeXmacs|1.0.5>
> <style|generic>
> <\body>
>   <with|mode|math|<really-tiny|(><tiny|(><very-small|(><small|(><normal-size|(><large|(><very-large|(><huge|(><really-huge|(>>
> </body>
> <\initial>
>   <\collection>
>     <associate|page-type|letter>
>   </collection>
> </initial>
>
> When I export it to LaTeX, I get
>
> \documentclass{letter}
> \usepackage{geometry}
> \geometry{letterpaper}
> \begin{document}
>
> $\reallytiny{(} \tiny{(} \verysmall{(} \small{(} \normalsize{(} \large{(} > \verylarge{(} \huge{(} \reallyhuge{(}$
>
> \end{document}

Thanks for noticing this problem.
I corrected it for the next version of TeXmacs.



4 Jun 2005 01:09

### [TeXmacs] upcoming graphical mode

Hi all,

I see two following lines in the texmacs change log for 1.0.5.1 and 1.0.5.2,

Arrows for the upcoming graphical mode (1.0.5.2).
Added first versions of dashed lines and filled curves for upcoming
graphical mode (1.0.5.1).

Can someone tell me what is the upcoming graphical mode is? If it is
something like the existing facility to make trees inside texmacs,
then it sure is very very interesting.

Thanks,
Nachi


4 Jun 2005 16:57

### Re: [TeXmacs] upcoming graphical mode

On Fri, Jun 03, 2005 at 07:09:02PM -0400, Nachiketa Sahoo wrote:
> I see two following lines in the texmacs change log for 1.0.5.1 and 1.0.5.2,
>
> Arrows for the upcoming graphical mode (1.0.5.2).
> Added first versions of dashed lines and filled curves for upcoming
> graphical mode (1.0.5.1).
>
> Can someone tell me what is the upcoming graphical mode is?

Something like an integrated Xfig. Hopefully, the first version
will be ready within a month or so.

> If it is something like the existing facility to make trees inside texmacs,
> then it sure is very very interesting.

This is not the main focus for the moment, but you could indeed
use it for this purpose. Notice that you already do have "M-a".


4 Jun 2005 19:30

### Re: [TeXmacs] upcoming graphical mode

Is the graphical mode to be direct X calls, (note: direct X, not
direct-X :) postscript, or SVG, or something else?  I encourage
postscript because of "functional postscript", or SVG because of cairo
:)

If it's gonna be postscript, I did a "game theory grapher" a while
back that used postscript.  I could look up what I did and send it to
you.  (I seem to remember it being a major hack though)

Corey

On 6/4/05, Joris van der Hoeven <vdhoeven <at> texmacs.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 03, 2005 at 07:09:02PM -0400, Nachiketa Sahoo wrote:
> > I see two following lines in the texmacs change log for 1.0.5.1 and 1.0.5.2,
> >
> > Arrows for the upcoming graphical mode (1.0.5.2).
> > Added first versions of dashed lines and filled curves for upcoming
> > graphical mode (1.0.5.1).
> >
> > Can someone tell me what is the upcoming graphical mode is?
>
> Something like an integrated Xfig. Hopefully, the first version
> will be ready within a month or so.
>
> > If it is something like the existing facility to make trees inside texmacs,
> > then it sure is very very interesting.
>
> This is not the main focus for the moment, but you could indeed
> use it for this purpose. Notice that you already do have "M-a".
>


5 Jun 2005 11:41

### [TeXmacs] Problems switching from a document to another and in spell-checking

Hi,
I am new to Wintexmacs 1.0.5 but I think this is a bug. An example:
Suppose I have two open files:*Help* and D:\Bastos\Working\Latex\apontFO2005\ConjConv.tm and that
the first is active. When I select "Go->ConjConv.tm", the following message appears at the status bar:
Am I right, is this a bug? Or did I miss something?
Ah! Although I have installed the portuguese dics from Aspell, I can not get a spell-checking in
portuguese. Any trick?
Thanks a lot!
Bastos


5 Jun 2005 16:50

### [TeXmacs] TheoPhys available - theoretical physics keymappings

Hello TeXmacs users,

I have made a set of keyboard mappings and functions specially for theoretical physics text writing which
allow fast and easy typing.
The basic idea is easily adaptable to other areas of physics or math.
General idea is explained here (basically, that the idea is that I'm lazy...and want to get things done fast):

I've been using it daily for over a year now and now made a package named TheoPhys out of it.

Complete list of the extra keymaps:
http://www.xs4all.nl/~wegewijs/linux/texmacs/DOC

http://www.xs4all.nl/~wegewijs/linux/texmacs/texmacs.html

I would be interested very much in feedback on following:
- bugs, functional improvements
- Is there is a better way to distributed/install it then I used now (see INSTALL file). I haven't dug into the
properway of making plugins.

I keep the package working with the latest version of Texmacs (now 1.0.5.
2).

Greetings,

Maarten Wegewijs



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