L.Stirton | 1 Apr 03:29 2007
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Re: SV: Installing (i)maxima

Thanks Thøger,

Exactly as you suggested, Fink worked a treat. I am having some problems
getting everything (maxima, imaxima, LaTeX) to play nice together but that
is for another day.

Lindsay

> Why not simply use Fink's or DarwinPorts' Maxima packages? Worked like a
> charm for me.
>
> Best regards;
>
> Thøger Juul Thorsen
> Student of astrophysics,
> University of Copenhagen
>
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> PÃ¥ vegne af Peter Dyballa
> Sendt: 31. marts 2007 23:13
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> Emne: Re: [OS X Emacs] Installing (i)maxima
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>
> Am 31.03.2007 um 22:05 schrieb L.Stirton <at> uea.ac.uk:
>
>> "no acceptable C compiler found in $PATH"
>
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Bill Clementson | 1 Apr 19:12 2007
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Re: SV: Installing (i)maxima

Hi Lindsay,

A couple of years ago, I installed maxima, imaxima, gnuplot, and SBCL
on Aquamacs and found it a very nice combination. My impressions are
recorded on my blog entry of the time
(http://bc.tech.coop/blog/051029.html). I don't recall any problems
getting everything working together - what specific problems are you
having?

--
Bill Clementson

On 3/31/07, L.Stirton <at> uea.ac.uk <L.Stirton <at> uea.ac.uk> wrote:
> Thanks Thøger,
>
> Exactly as you suggested, Fink worked a treat. I am having some problems
> getting everything (maxima, imaxima, LaTeX) to play nice together but that
> is for another day.
>
> Lindsay
>
>
>
> > Why not simply use Fink's or DarwinPorts' Maxima packages? Worked like a
> > charm for me.
> >
> > Best regards;
> >
> > Thøger Juul Thorsen
> > Student of astrophysics,
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Thøger Juul Thorsen | 1 Apr 21:04 2007
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SV: SV: Installing (i)maxima

 As a little digression; I can warmly recommend using TeXmacs as a front end
for Maxima; take a look at http://arxiv.org/html/cs/0504039 for a
description.

Thøger Juul Thorsen

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Fra: macosx-emacs <at> email.esm.psu.edu [mailto:macosx-emacs <at> email.esm.psu.edu]
På vegne af Bill Clementson
Sendt: 1. april 2007 19:13
Til: Emacs on Mac OS X
Emne: Re: SV: [OS X Emacs] Installing (i)maxima

Hi Lindsay,

A couple of years ago, I installed maxima, imaxima, gnuplot, and SBCL on
Aquamacs and found it a very nice combination. My impressions are recorded
on my blog entry of the time (http://bc.tech.coop/blog/051029.html). I don't
recall any problems getting everything working together - what specific
problems are you having?

--
Bill Clementson

On 3/31/07, L.Stirton <at> uea.ac.uk <L.Stirton <at> uea.ac.uk> wrote:
> Thanks Thøger,
>
> Exactly as you suggested, Fink worked a treat. I am having some 
> problems getting everything (maxima, imaxima, LaTeX) to play nice 
> together but that is for another day.
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L.Stirton | 2 Apr 00:42 2007
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Re: SV: Installing (i)maxima

Dear Bill, dear all,

Actually, I came across your (Bill's) post the other day, while
browsing--this was one of the things that inspired me to try out maxima.

I installed the Fink maxima package, which includes (as far as I know)
everything I need except imaxima, which is included in Carbon Emacs. The
Fink package includes teTeX (I already had gwTeX installed. I ran sudo
texhash and put this in my .emacs:

;;; add to load-path the directory where imaxima.el is installed.
(push "/sw/share/emacs/site-lisp" load-path)

;;; add to load-path the directory where maxima.el is installed.
(push "/sw/share/maxima/5.11.0/emacs" load-path)

;;; add autoload of imaxima and maxima.
(autoload 'imaxima "imaxima" "Frontend for maxima with Image support" t)
(autoload 'maxima "maxima" "Frontend for maxima" t)
;;; add autoload of imath.
(autoload 'imath-mode "imath" "Imath mode for math formula input" t)

;;; Carbon Emacs users must enable the following line, too.
(push "/sw/bin" exec-path)

This is for the correct version of maxima, and all the filepaths seem to
be correct.

Anyway, taking the very first example from the maxima tutorial:

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Bill Clementson | 2 Apr 04:49 2007
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Re: SV: Installing (i)maxima

Hi Lindsay,

The only maxima-specific things I had in my .emacs file were:

(push (concat bin-dir "emacs/site-lisp/imaxima-0.92") load-path)
(push (concat home-dir
"lisp/src/maxima-5.9.2/maxima-5.9.2/interfaces/emacs/emaxima")
load-path)
(autoload 'imaxima "imaxima" "Frontend for maxima with Image support" t)
(autoload 'maxima "maxima" "Frontend for maxima" t)
(setq imaxima-use-maxima-mode-flag t)

It looks like you have basically the same things in your .emacs file
with the exception of the last line. It's been a while since I built
Maxima/imaxima/SBCL and I didn't use the Fink versions of things when
I built everything, so my installation would have been a bit
different. Presumably, you followed all of the steps on the imaxima
installation page
(http://members3.jcom.home.ne.jp/imaxima/Site/Download%20and%20Install.html)
when you did your installation?

--
Bill Clementson

On 4/1/07, L.Stirton <at> uea.ac.uk <L.Stirton <at> uea.ac.uk> wrote:
> Dear Bill, dear all,
>
> Actually, I came across your (Bill's) post the other day, while
> browsing--this was one of the things that inspired me to try out maxima.
>
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Jonathon McKitrick | 4 Apr 01:09 2007

Newest nightly build ignores Preferences.el


Hi all,

it's been a few weeks since the last nightly build I got, but today's
build opens with default settings and ignores the preferences file.  I
checked the archives, but didn't see anything pertinent in the last couple
of weeks.

Any ideas what this could be?

I'm running a build from last night on a MacBook, with all prefs in
Preferences.el, so no .emacs.

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Jonathon McKitrick
Reed Larkey Group

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Seiji Zenitani | 9 Apr 18:01 2007
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Carbon Emacs Package (Spring 2007)

Hi all,

Carbon Emacs Package (Spring 2007) is now available.

http://homepage.mac.com/zenitani/emacs-e.html

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Seiji Zenitani
zenitani <at> mac.com
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Seiji Zenitani | 9 Apr 17:49 2007
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[carbon-emacs:81] Carbon Emacs Package (Spring 2007)


Hi all,

Carbon Emacs Package (Spring 2007) is now available.

http://homepage.mac.com/zenitani/emacs-e.html

==
Seiji Zenitani
zenitani <at> mac.com

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Roussanka Loukanova | 9 Apr 19:07 2007
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[carbon-emacs:83] Re: Carbon Emacs Package (Spring 2007)


Seiji, thanks a lot for your excellent work! Some of us, including myself 
can't do better than with your Carbon Emacs on Macs. I use it for any 
typing work on my Macs, but it is an essential part of my typesetting work 
with LaTeX, and makes it so pleasant for me.

With all my thanks,
Roussanka
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Christopher Menzel | 9 Apr 23:57 2007
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Emacsclient and new frames

Greetings OS X Emacs users,

I'm running Aquamacs Emacs (0.9.9d, based on Emacs 22.0.50.1) on both  
my Macbook and my Intel iMac.  I'm using TeXniscope to preview my  
LaTeX documents, which of course uses emacsclient to exploit pdfsync  
for preview->source syncing.  On my Macbook, Cmd-clicking in the  
preview window opens a *new frame* with the cursor at the  
corresponding point in the source.  On my iMac, the cursor simply  
moves to the proper point in the source in the frame I already have  
open for editing (or in the frame I have most recently edited in, if  
I have more than one open on the document).  The latter is of course  
the behavior I desire -- I do not want a new frame created every time  
I use preview->source syncing -- but I cannot for the life of me find  
the Emacs option to change this behavior.  (I assume this is an Emacs  
option issue, as the emacsclient configuration in TeXniscope is  
identical on both machines.)  I can of course get more-or-less the  
desired behavior using one-buffer-one-frame mode, but that is  
otherwise undesirable for the way that I work.  (I have also tried  
using the 1.0rc version of Aqu. Emacs, to no avail.)

Any ideas/help here would be most appreciated.

Chris Menzel

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