Re: working directory cannot find graphics files

2012-07-26 Thread Stephan Witt
Am 25.07.2012 um 23:04 schrieb Hobbs,Tom: Hello- I am using lyx 2.0 under Mac Lion and I have a problem with the working directory and pathnames to files. As I understand it, if you set the working directory to a folder named, say, /Users/Tom/My_folder, then you can omit the full

Re: working directory cannot find graphics files

2012-07-26 Thread Hobbs,Tom
Many thanks--I eventually figured this out. It is possible to do the working directory route as well, but you can't do both--have relative path names in directories below the one where the document is stored and the working directory set in Preferences. Thanks again for your helpful response.

Sweave documents fail to compile under 2.03

2012-07-26 Thread Hobbs,Tom
Hello-- I have a mysterious problem. All of the documents that I created including Sweave code using lyx 2.0 fail to compile when I use lyx 2.03. I am running lyx using Mac OS Lion. I have several large documents with lots of Sweave code, so until I get this worked out, I won't able to

Re: Sweave documents fail to compile under 2.03

2012-07-26 Thread Yihui Xie
Please read section 4 of the manual and report more information: https://github.com/downloads/yihui/lyx/sweave.pdf otherwise it is hard to know what is exactly is the failure. Regards, Yihui -- Yihui Xie xieyi...@gmail.com Phone: 515-294-2465 Web: http://yihui.name Department of Statistics, Iowa

Re: Sweave documents fail to compile under 2.03

2012-07-26 Thread Yihui Xie
You did not read Section 4 carefully. I said in the manual that you need to open View--View Messages, and check the messages there. A simple error dialogue box saying An error occured while running Rscript --verbose... is not helpful for diagnosis at all. BTW, your document compiles fine under my

Re: Sweave documents fail to compile under 2.03

2012-07-26 Thread Yihui Xie
Oh, that is far in the opposite direction now -- too much debug information :) You do not need to turn on debug messages; normal messages are enough. The problem comes from: Rscript --verbose --no-save --no-restore /Applications/LyX 2.app/Contents/Resources/scripts/lyxsweave.R becomes

Strange behaviour on user command defined in preamble.

2012-07-26 Thread Carlos Eduardo de Brito Novaes
Hello Everyone. I use lyx for some years, and use some (very few) advanced features. By now I intend to create a command to create a list of simbols in abnt style. So I wrote this in the preamble, for testing reasons only. \newcommand{\simbolo}[2] { \ifthenelse{\equal{#1}{}} {Then1}

Re: Strange behaviour on user command defined in preamble.

2012-07-26 Thread PhilipPirrip
Do you have any suggestions? Minimal example .lyx file please.

Re: Strange behaviour on user command defined in preamble.

2012-07-26 Thread PhilipPirrip
The attached example works for me, an produces - Else1 Else2 is - simbolo-minimal.lyx Description: application/lyx

Re: Strange behaviour on user command defined in preamble.

2012-07-26 Thread Carlos Eduardo de Brito Novaes
This test case worked here too. Just my file behave strange, if I wrote some parts I got no errors, but if I copy the section that gave-me errors in your example it works fine. I found out that for some reason the lyx code had an line \lang brasilian just after the section that does not work,

Re: Strange behaviour on user command defined in preamble.

2012-07-26 Thread Carlos Eduardo de Brito Novaes
I tried to replicate this error by setting a different language on different sections (something I do frequently in citations and for some expressions), but I cant reproduce the error anymore. Maybe if I mess up the text a little. Thanks for the help.

Re: Strange behaviour on user command defined in preamble.

2012-07-26 Thread Carlos Eduardo de Brito Novaes
I tried to replicate this error by setting a different language on different sections (something I do frequently in citations and for some expressions), but I cant reproduce the error anymore. Maybe if I mess up the text a little. Thanks for the help.

Re: Strange behaviour on user command defined in preamble.

2012-07-26 Thread Carlos Eduardo de Brito Novaes
Just for information, the actual command definition is presented below. I plan to use at the very first time a symbol is declared so it will get written to the list of symbols with the corresponding description. \newcommand{\simbolo}[2] { \ifthenelse{\equal{#2}{}}

Mountain Lion

2012-07-26 Thread Anders Host-Madsen
Did anyone try to run LyX under Mountain Lion? Any problems? Thanks.

Re: working directory cannot find graphics files

2012-07-26 Thread Stephan Witt
Am 25.07.2012 um 23:04 schrieb Hobbs,Tom: Hello- I am using lyx 2.0 under Mac Lion and I have a problem with the working directory and pathnames to files. As I understand it, if you set the working directory to a folder named, say, /Users/Tom/My_folder, then you can omit the full

Re: working directory cannot find graphics files

2012-07-26 Thread Hobbs,Tom
Many thanks--I eventually figured this out. It is possible to do the working directory route as well, but you can't do both--have relative path names in directories below the one where the document is stored and the working directory set in Preferences. Thanks again for your helpful response.

Sweave documents fail to compile under 2.03

2012-07-26 Thread Hobbs,Tom
Hello-- I have a mysterious problem. All of the documents that I created including Sweave code using lyx 2.0 fail to compile when I use lyx 2.03. I am running lyx using Mac OS Lion. I have several large documents with lots of Sweave code, so until I get this worked out, I won't able to

Re: Sweave documents fail to compile under 2.03

2012-07-26 Thread Yihui Xie
Please read section 4 of the manual and report more information: https://github.com/downloads/yihui/lyx/sweave.pdf otherwise it is hard to know what is exactly is the failure. Regards, Yihui -- Yihui Xie xieyi...@gmail.com Phone: 515-294-2465 Web: http://yihui.name Department of Statistics, Iowa

Re: Sweave documents fail to compile under 2.03

2012-07-26 Thread Yihui Xie
You did not read Section 4 carefully. I said in the manual that you need to open View--View Messages, and check the messages there. A simple error dialogue box saying An error occured while running Rscript --verbose... is not helpful for diagnosis at all. BTW, your document compiles fine under my

Re: Sweave documents fail to compile under 2.03

2012-07-26 Thread Yihui Xie
Oh, that is far in the opposite direction now -- too much debug information :) You do not need to turn on debug messages; normal messages are enough. The problem comes from: Rscript --verbose --no-save --no-restore /Applications/LyX 2.app/Contents/Resources/scripts/lyxsweave.R becomes

Strange behaviour on user command defined in preamble.

2012-07-26 Thread Carlos Eduardo de Brito Novaes
Hello Everyone. I use lyx for some years, and use some (very few) advanced features. By now I intend to create a command to create a list of simbols in abnt style. So I wrote this in the preamble, for testing reasons only. \newcommand{\simbolo}[2] { \ifthenelse{\equal{#1}{}} {Then1}

Re: Strange behaviour on user command defined in preamble.

2012-07-26 Thread PhilipPirrip
Do you have any suggestions? Minimal example .lyx file please.

Re: Strange behaviour on user command defined in preamble.

2012-07-26 Thread PhilipPirrip
The attached example works for me, an produces - Else1 Else2 is - simbolo-minimal.lyx Description: application/lyx

Re: Strange behaviour on user command defined in preamble.

2012-07-26 Thread Carlos Eduardo de Brito Novaes
This test case worked here too. Just my file behave strange, if I wrote some parts I got no errors, but if I copy the section that gave-me errors in your example it works fine. I found out that for some reason the lyx code had an line \lang brasilian just after the section that does not work,

Re: Strange behaviour on user command defined in preamble.

2012-07-26 Thread Carlos Eduardo de Brito Novaes
I tried to replicate this error by setting a different language on different sections (something I do frequently in citations and for some expressions), but I cant reproduce the error anymore. Maybe if I mess up the text a little. Thanks for the help.

Re: Strange behaviour on user command defined in preamble.

2012-07-26 Thread Carlos Eduardo de Brito Novaes
I tried to replicate this error by setting a different language on different sections (something I do frequently in citations and for some expressions), but I cant reproduce the error anymore. Maybe if I mess up the text a little. Thanks for the help.

Re: Strange behaviour on user command defined in preamble.

2012-07-26 Thread Carlos Eduardo de Brito Novaes
Just for information, the actual command definition is presented below. I plan to use at the very first time a symbol is declared so it will get written to the list of symbols with the corresponding description. \newcommand{\simbolo}[2] { \ifthenelse{\equal{#2}{}}

Mountain Lion

2012-07-26 Thread Anders Host-Madsen
Did anyone try to run LyX under Mountain Lion? Any problems? Thanks.

Re: working directory cannot find graphics files

2012-07-26 Thread Stephan Witt
Am 25.07.2012 um 23:04 schrieb Hobbs,Tom: > Hello- > > I am using lyx 2.0 under Mac Lion and I have a problem with the working > directory and pathnames to files. As I understand it, if you set the working > directory to a folder named, say, /Users/Tom/My_folder, then you can omit the > full

Re: working directory cannot find graphics files

2012-07-26 Thread Hobbs,Tom
Many thanks--I eventually figured this out. It is possible to do the working directory route as well, but you can't do both--have relative path names in directories below the one where the document is stored and the working directory set in Preferences. Thanks again for your helpful response.

Sweave documents fail to compile under 2.03

2012-07-26 Thread Hobbs,Tom
Hello-- I have a mysterious problem. All of the documents that I created including Sweave code using lyx 2.0 fail to compile when I use lyx 2.03. I am running lyx using Mac OS Lion. I have several large documents with lots of Sweave code, so until I get this worked out, I won't able to

Re: Sweave documents fail to compile under 2.03

2012-07-26 Thread Yihui Xie
Please read section 4 of the manual and report more information: https://github.com/downloads/yihui/lyx/sweave.pdf otherwise it is hard to know what is exactly is the "failure". Regards, Yihui -- Yihui Xie Phone: 515-294-2465 Web: http://yihui.name Department of Statistics,

Re: Sweave documents fail to compile under 2.03

2012-07-26 Thread Yihui Xie
You did not read Section 4 carefully. I said in the manual that you need to open View-->View Messages, and check the messages there. A simple error dialogue box saying "An error occured while running Rscript --verbose..." is not helpful for diagnosis at all. BTW, your document compiles fine under

Re: Sweave documents fail to compile under 2.03

2012-07-26 Thread Yihui Xie
Oh, that is far in the opposite direction now -- too much debug information :) You do not need to turn on debug messages; normal messages are enough. The problem comes from: Rscript --verbose --no-save --no-restore "/Applications/LyX 2.app/Contents/Resources/scripts/lyxsweave.R" becomes

Strange behaviour on user command defined in preamble.

2012-07-26 Thread Carlos Eduardo de Brito Novaes
Hello Everyone. I use lyx for some years, and use some (very few) advanced features. By now I intend to create a command to create a list of simbols in abnt style. So I wrote this in the preamble, for testing reasons only. \newcommand{\simbolo}[2] { \ifthenelse{\equal{#1}{}} {Then1}

Re: Strange behaviour on user command defined in preamble.

2012-07-26 Thread PhilipPirrip
Do you have any suggestions? Minimal example .lyx file please.

Re: Strange behaviour on user command defined in preamble.

2012-07-26 Thread PhilipPirrip
The attached example works for me, an produces - Else1 Else2 is - simbolo-minimal.lyx Description: application/lyx

Re: Strange behaviour on user command defined in preamble.

2012-07-26 Thread Carlos Eduardo de Brito Novaes
This test case worked here too. Just my file behave strange, if I wrote some parts I got no errors, but if I copy the section that gave-me errors in your example it works fine. I found out that for some reason the lyx code had an line "\lang brasilian" just after the section that does not

Re: Strange behaviour on user command defined in preamble.

2012-07-26 Thread Carlos Eduardo de Brito Novaes
I tried to replicate this error by setting a different language on different sections (something I do frequently in citations and for some expressions), but I cant reproduce the error anymore. Maybe if I mess up the text a little. Thanks for the help.

Re: Strange behaviour on user command defined in preamble.

2012-07-26 Thread Carlos Eduardo de Brito Novaes
I tried to replicate this error by setting a different language on different sections (something I do frequently in citations and for some expressions), but I cant reproduce the error anymore. Maybe if I mess up the text a little. Thanks for the help.

Re: Strange behaviour on user command defined in preamble.

2012-07-26 Thread Carlos Eduardo de Brito Novaes
Just for information, the actual command definition is presented below. I plan to use at the very first time a symbol is declared so it will get written to the list of symbols with the corresponding description. \newcommand{\simbolo}[2] { \ifthenelse{\equal{#2}{}}

Mountain Lion

2012-07-26 Thread Anders Host-Madsen
Did anyone try to run LyX under Mountain Lion? Any problems? Thanks.