Re: automatically updating latex code used in a LyX document

2015-07-10 Thread José Matos
On Thursday 09 July 2015 23:19:07 Liviu Andronic wrote:
 Perhaps we should consider renaming it to something like: Child
 Document (TeX or LyX)?
 
 Liviu

Note that a child document can also be a programming listings or any other file 
to be included verbatim. :-)

-- 
José Abílio


Re: math preview not working (lyx-2.1.3, fedora-22)

2015-07-10 Thread José Matos
On Friday 10 July 2015 07:06:14 Neal Becker wrote:
 I know it used to work, but something broke.
 
 If I turn on math preview, it does something horrible.  It looks like the 
 preview of math now occupies about 1/2 of the screen, making the screen 
 quite unreadable.  Like if I wrote $x^2$, there is a box showing a preview 
 of this single x^2 that occupies like 1/2 of the screen.

Hi Neal,
I am using lyx on F22 and I do not see that problem. I have preview 
always on and do not see any change.

If you start lyx from a console what are the errors that you see? 
Sometimes the errors hint at the problem.

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: automatically updating latex code used in a LyX document

2015-07-10 Thread José Matos
On Thursday 09 July 2015 23:19:07 Liviu Andronic wrote:
 Perhaps we should consider renaming it to something like: Child
 Document (TeX or LyX)?
 
 Liviu

Note that a child document can also be a programming listings or any other file 
to be included verbatim. :-)

-- 
José Abílio


Re: math preview not working (lyx-2.1.3, fedora-22)

2015-07-10 Thread José Matos
On Friday 10 July 2015 07:06:14 Neal Becker wrote:
 I know it used to work, but something broke.
 
 If I turn on math preview, it does something horrible.  It looks like the 
 preview of math now occupies about 1/2 of the screen, making the screen 
 quite unreadable.  Like if I wrote $x^2$, there is a box showing a preview 
 of this single x^2 that occupies like 1/2 of the screen.

Hi Neal,
I am using lyx on F22 and I do not see that problem. I have preview 
always on and do not see any change.

If you start lyx from a console what are the errors that you see? 
Sometimes the errors hint at the problem.

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: automatically updating latex code used in a LyX document

2015-07-10 Thread José Matos
On Thursday 09 July 2015 23:19:07 Liviu Andronic wrote:
> Perhaps we should consider renaming it to something like: "Child
> Document (TeX or LyX)"?
> 
> Liviu

Note that a child document can also be a programming listings or any other file 
to be included verbatim. :-)

-- 
José Abílio


Re: math preview not working (lyx-2.1.3, fedora-22)

2015-07-10 Thread José Matos
On Friday 10 July 2015 07:06:14 Neal Becker wrote:
> I know it used to work, but something broke.
> 
> If I turn on math preview, it does something horrible.  It looks like the 
> preview of math now occupies about 1/2 of the screen, making the screen 
> quite unreadable.  Like if I wrote $x^2$, there is a box showing a preview 
> of this single x^2 that occupies like 1/2 of the screen.

Hi Neal,
I am using lyx on F22 and I do not see that problem. I have preview 
always on and do not see any change.

If you start lyx from a console what are the errors that you see? 
Sometimes the errors hint at the problem.

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Re: esint.sty in RedHat/Centos 7. Where? Why omitted?

2015-03-26 Thread José Matos
On Wednesday 25 March 2015 12:51:53 Paul Johnson wrote:
 Hello, Jose.
 
 Am I typing this incorrectly?
 
 # yum install tex(esint.sty)
 bash: syntax error near unexpected token `('
 

Could you try

# yum install 'tex(esint.sty)'

that idea is to avoid having bash interpret the parenthesis. In my case I get:

# yum install 'tex(esint.sty)'
...
Package 4:texlive-esint-svn15878.1.1-6.fc22.noarch already installed and latest 
version
Nothing to do

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Pyxplot in LyX

2015-03-26 Thread José Matos
On Monday 02 March 2015 10:07:30 Wolfgang Engelmann wrote:
 Animated by the discussion on Pgfplots in Lyx I wonder whether it is 
 also possible to do the same with figures produced by Pyxplot:
 http://pyxplot.org.uk/
 I have many (~thousand) figures produced with it, and I personal think 
 it is easier to learn and use as is TikZ. I guess what one needs is 
 something adequate to \usepackage{pgfplots}, namely 
 \usepackage{pyxplot}. But I don't know what the former does and how 
 difficult it is to produce it.
 The advantage would be that the script of the pyxplot figures will be 
 storred in the lyx file and that the text of the figures has the same 
 latex format and size as the document text.
 Wolfgang

Hi Wolfgang,
have you tried the ideas/tips given in Customization Manual, Chapter 6 
Including External Material?

This can be found in

Help - Customization

I remember a similar discussion several years ago regarding gnuplot figures and 
I remember to have seen some basic templates.

The only reason for them not to be accepted in LyX is the absence of a safe 
mode. It is possible to use the system to pass 'cd ~; rm -rf *'.

For personal use it is OK.

I hope this helps. Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Re: esint.sty in RedHat/Centos 7. Where? Why omitted?

2015-03-26 Thread José Matos
On Wednesday 25 March 2015 12:51:53 Paul Johnson wrote:
 Hello, Jose.
 
 Am I typing this incorrectly?
 
 # yum install tex(esint.sty)
 bash: syntax error near unexpected token `('
 

Could you try

# yum install 'tex(esint.sty)'

that idea is to avoid having bash interpret the parenthesis. In my case I get:

# yum install 'tex(esint.sty)'
...
Package 4:texlive-esint-svn15878.1.1-6.fc22.noarch already installed and latest 
version
Nothing to do

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Pyxplot in LyX

2015-03-26 Thread José Matos
On Monday 02 March 2015 10:07:30 Wolfgang Engelmann wrote:
 Animated by the discussion on Pgfplots in Lyx I wonder whether it is 
 also possible to do the same with figures produced by Pyxplot:
 http://pyxplot.org.uk/
 I have many (~thousand) figures produced with it, and I personal think 
 it is easier to learn and use as is TikZ. I guess what one needs is 
 something adequate to \usepackage{pgfplots}, namely 
 \usepackage{pyxplot}. But I don't know what the former does and how 
 difficult it is to produce it.
 The advantage would be that the script of the pyxplot figures will be 
 storred in the lyx file and that the text of the figures has the same 
 latex format and size as the document text.
 Wolfgang

Hi Wolfgang,
have you tried the ideas/tips given in Customization Manual, Chapter 6 
Including External Material?

This can be found in

Help - Customization

I remember a similar discussion several years ago regarding gnuplot figures and 
I remember to have seen some basic templates.

The only reason for them not to be accepted in LyX is the absence of a safe 
mode. It is possible to use the system to pass 'cd ~; rm -rf *'.

For personal use it is OK.

I hope this helps. Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Re: esint.sty in RedHat/Centos 7. Where? Why omitted?

2015-03-26 Thread José Matos
On Wednesday 25 March 2015 12:51:53 Paul Johnson wrote:
> Hello, Jose.
> 
> Am I typing this incorrectly?
> 
> # yum install tex(esint.sty)
> bash: syntax error near unexpected token `('
> 

Could you try

# yum install 'tex(esint.sty)'

that idea is to avoid having bash interpret the parenthesis. In my case I get:

# yum install 'tex(esint.sty)'
...
Package 4:texlive-esint-svn15878.1.1-6.fc22.noarch already installed and latest 
version
Nothing to do

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Pyxplot in LyX

2015-03-26 Thread José Matos
On Monday 02 March 2015 10:07:30 Wolfgang Engelmann wrote:
> Animated by the discussion on Pgfplots in Lyx I wonder whether it is 
> also possible to do the same with figures produced by Pyxplot:
> http://pyxplot.org.uk/
> I have many (~thousand) figures produced with it, and I personal think 
> it is easier to learn and use as is TikZ. I guess what one needs is 
> something adequate to \usepackage{pgfplots}, namely 
> \usepackage{pyxplot}. But I don't know what the former does and how 
> difficult it is to produce it.
> The advantage would be that the script of the pyxplot figures will be 
> storred in the lyx file and that the text of the figures has the same 
> latex format and size as the document text.
> Wolfgang

Hi Wolfgang,
have you tried the ideas/tips given in Customization Manual, Chapter 6 
Including External Material?

This can be found in

Help -> Customization

I remember a similar discussion several years ago regarding gnuplot figures and 
I remember to have seen some basic templates.

The only reason for them not to be accepted in LyX is the absence of a safe 
mode. It is possible to use the system to pass 'cd ~; rm -rf *'.

For personal use it is OK.

I hope this helps. Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: esint.sty in RedHat/Centos 7. Where? Why omitted?

2015-03-24 Thread José Matos
On Saturday 21 March 2015 22:38:09 Paul Johnson wrote:
 Can somebody explain the problems surrounding packaging of esint.sty?

Note that I am writing this from Fedora, so I am not sure that all applies to 
RHEL/CentOS (although I suspect it does).

Since the tex installed comes from texlive that means that all the (la)tex 
packages have been split into its package.

If you want to install something like the previous mega packages, there are 
several schemes available:

$ yum list texlive-scheme*
.
texlive-scheme-basic.noarch
texlive-scheme-context.noarch
texlive-scheme-full.noarch
texlive-scheme-gust.noarch
texlive-scheme-medium.noarch
texlive-scheme-minimal.noarch
texlive-scheme-small.noarch
texlive-scheme-tetex.noarch
texlive-scheme-xml.noarch

If you install texlive-scheme full you will get all the packages. Medium should 
be a nice compromise.

 On a fresh install of RHEL 7, I find LyX 2.1 works well enough, except
 the old problem about missing esint.sty re-appears. Any documents with
 integrals won't compile because esint.sty is missing.

Could you try:

# yum install tex(esint.sty)

And see if this works?

Note that this will work for all other .sty file.

 In Ubuntu systems there is no similar problem.  I find esint.sty is
 included in a package texlive-latex-extra.  I'm not finding it in
 similar on RedHat, but I have to admit that their new improved
 package management system is somewhat unhelpful.
 
 I searched long enough to see there is some peculiar history with
 packaging of esint.sty. I DO find the Fedora package in rpmfind.net
 texlive-esint-  I will rebuild that on the EL7 systems if I have
 to. But I can't see why this is necessary at all.
 
 pj

I guess that there is a missing requirement for texlive packages in 
Fedora/EPEL, if that happens again please report it here or on Redhat bugzilla.

That type of issues in on my TODO list to determine a minimum list of 
dependencies for the lyx rpms on Fedora/EPEL.

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: esint.sty in RedHat/Centos 7. Where? Why omitted?

2015-03-24 Thread José Matos
On Saturday 21 March 2015 22:38:09 Paul Johnson wrote:
 Can somebody explain the problems surrounding packaging of esint.sty?

Note that I am writing this from Fedora, so I am not sure that all applies to 
RHEL/CentOS (although I suspect it does).

Since the tex installed comes from texlive that means that all the (la)tex 
packages have been split into its package.

If you want to install something like the previous mega packages, there are 
several schemes available:

$ yum list texlive-scheme*
.
texlive-scheme-basic.noarch
texlive-scheme-context.noarch
texlive-scheme-full.noarch
texlive-scheme-gust.noarch
texlive-scheme-medium.noarch
texlive-scheme-minimal.noarch
texlive-scheme-small.noarch
texlive-scheme-tetex.noarch
texlive-scheme-xml.noarch

If you install texlive-scheme full you will get all the packages. Medium should 
be a nice compromise.

 On a fresh install of RHEL 7, I find LyX 2.1 works well enough, except
 the old problem about missing esint.sty re-appears. Any documents with
 integrals won't compile because esint.sty is missing.

Could you try:

# yum install tex(esint.sty)

And see if this works?

Note that this will work for all other .sty file.

 In Ubuntu systems there is no similar problem.  I find esint.sty is
 included in a package texlive-latex-extra.  I'm not finding it in
 similar on RedHat, but I have to admit that their new improved
 package management system is somewhat unhelpful.
 
 I searched long enough to see there is some peculiar history with
 packaging of esint.sty. I DO find the Fedora package in rpmfind.net
 texlive-esint-  I will rebuild that on the EL7 systems if I have
 to. But I can't see why this is necessary at all.
 
 pj

I guess that there is a missing requirement for texlive packages in 
Fedora/EPEL, if that happens again please report it here or on Redhat bugzilla.

That type of issues in on my TODO list to determine a minimum list of 
dependencies for the lyx rpms on Fedora/EPEL.

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: esint.sty in RedHat/Centos 7. Where? Why omitted?

2015-03-24 Thread José Matos
On Saturday 21 March 2015 22:38:09 Paul Johnson wrote:
> Can somebody explain the problems surrounding packaging of esint.sty?

Note that I am writing this from Fedora, so I am not sure that all applies to 
RHEL/CentOS (although I suspect it does).

Since the tex installed comes from texlive that means that all the (la)tex 
packages have been split into its package.

If you want to install something like the previous mega packages, there are 
several schemes available:

$ yum list texlive-scheme*
.
texlive-scheme-basic.noarch
texlive-scheme-context.noarch
texlive-scheme-full.noarch
texlive-scheme-gust.noarch
texlive-scheme-medium.noarch
texlive-scheme-minimal.noarch
texlive-scheme-small.noarch
texlive-scheme-tetex.noarch
texlive-scheme-xml.noarch

If you install texlive-scheme full you will get all the packages. Medium should 
be a nice compromise.

> On a fresh install of RHEL 7, I find LyX 2.1 works well enough, except
> the old problem about missing esint.sty re-appears. Any documents with
> integrals won't compile because esint.sty is missing.

Could you try:

# yum install tex(esint.sty)

And see if this works?

Note that this will work for all other .sty file.

> In Ubuntu systems there is no similar problem.  I find esint.sty is
> included in a package texlive-latex-extra.  I'm not finding it in
> similar on RedHat, but I have to admit that their "new improved"
> package management system is somewhat unhelpful.
> 
> I searched long enough to see there is some peculiar history with
> packaging of esint.sty. I DO find the Fedora package in rpmfind.net
> "texlive-esint-...".  I will rebuild that on the EL7 systems if I have
> to. But I can't see why this is necessary at all.
> 
> pj

I guess that there is a missing requirement for texlive packages in 
Fedora/EPEL, if that happens again please report it here or on Redhat bugzilla.

That type of issues in on my TODO list to determine a minimum list of 
dependencies for the lyx rpms on Fedora/EPEL.

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Beamer

2015-02-27 Thread José Matos
On Friday 27 February 2015 16:51:45 Patrick Dupre wrote:
 Hello,
 
 How can I control the size of the font in the TOC, ie for Section, subsection?
 I use the Madrid package.
 
 Thank for your help.
 
 ===
  Patrick DUPRÉ | | email: pdu...@gmx.com
  Laboratoire de Physico-Chimie de l'Atmosphère | |
  Université du Littoral-Côte d'Opale   | |
  Tel.  (33)-(0)3 28 23 76 12   | | Fax: 03 28 65 82 44
  189A, avenue Maurice Schumann | | 59140 Dunkerque, France
 ===

Hi Patrick,
when I have similar problems I always check the beamer manual. There 
are lots of tips there regarding customization.

IIRC I do not think that the theme (Madrid in this case) has anything to do 
with the TOC font size. But I have been proven wrong before. :-)

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Beamer

2015-02-27 Thread José Matos
On Friday 27 February 2015 16:51:45 Patrick Dupre wrote:
 Hello,
 
 How can I control the size of the font in the TOC, ie for Section, subsection?
 I use the Madrid package.
 
 Thank for your help.
 
 ===
  Patrick DUPRÉ | | email: pdu...@gmx.com
  Laboratoire de Physico-Chimie de l'Atmosphère | |
  Université du Littoral-Côte d'Opale   | |
  Tel.  (33)-(0)3 28 23 76 12   | | Fax: 03 28 65 82 44
  189A, avenue Maurice Schumann | | 59140 Dunkerque, France
 ===

Hi Patrick,
when I have similar problems I always check the beamer manual. There 
are lots of tips there regarding customization.

IIRC I do not think that the theme (Madrid in this case) has anything to do 
with the TOC font size. But I have been proven wrong before. :-)

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Beamer

2015-02-27 Thread José Matos
On Friday 27 February 2015 16:51:45 Patrick Dupre wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> How can I control the size of the font in the TOC, ie for Section, subsection?
> I use the Madrid package.
> 
> Thank for your help.
> 
> ===
>  Patrick DUPRÉ | | email: pdu...@gmx.com
>  Laboratoire de Physico-Chimie de l'Atmosphère | |
>  Université du Littoral-Côte d'Opale   | |
>  Tel.  (33)-(0)3 28 23 76 12   | | Fax: 03 28 65 82 44
>  189A, avenue Maurice Schumann | | 59140 Dunkerque, France
> ===

Hi Patrick,
when I have similar problems I always check the beamer manual. There 
are lots of tips there regarding customization.

IIRC I do not think that the theme (Madrid in this case) has anything to do 
with the TOC font size. But I have been proven wrong before. :-)

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: how can I insert an html id tag

2015-02-25 Thread José Matos
On Wednesday 25 February 2015 07:39:36 Jerry Bond wrote:
 Hi List --
 
 Using Lyx 2.1.3 on a Linux platform.
 
 We have just gone live with a Users Manual for a Linux distribution in 
 both html and pdf format. For the most part, the conversion to html goes 
 well, and only minor adjustments need to be made to the css or the html 
 itself. If it helps, the html Manual is here:
 
 http://www.mepiscommunity.org/user_manual_mx15/mxum.html
 
 One annoying problem I have not been able to solve is how to avoid 
 inserting a large number of id tags manually into the converted html 
 every time we do a revision of any kind. As you know, these tags are 
 used to direct outside links to a specific portion of the document. For 
 instance, I insert id=users to direct the Help link from an 
 application about managing users to the appropriate location.
 
 I have searched the documentation without luck so far, and a general web 
 search has also not been productive. Is there a way to do this inside Lyx?
 
 Thanks for any help.
 
 Jerry Bond
 Project Manager
 MX Linux

Does not it works if you insert a label called users?

Insert-Label

I see that the lyxhtml output is

div class=standarda id='magicparlabel-20392' /a id=users /
/div

Is that what you are looking for?

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: how can I insert an html id tag

2015-02-25 Thread José Matos
On Wednesday 25 February 2015 07:39:36 Jerry Bond wrote:
 Hi List --
 
 Using Lyx 2.1.3 on a Linux platform.
 
 We have just gone live with a Users Manual for a Linux distribution in 
 both html and pdf format. For the most part, the conversion to html goes 
 well, and only minor adjustments need to be made to the css or the html 
 itself. If it helps, the html Manual is here:
 
 http://www.mepiscommunity.org/user_manual_mx15/mxum.html
 
 One annoying problem I have not been able to solve is how to avoid 
 inserting a large number of id tags manually into the converted html 
 every time we do a revision of any kind. As you know, these tags are 
 used to direct outside links to a specific portion of the document. For 
 instance, I insert id=users to direct the Help link from an 
 application about managing users to the appropriate location.
 
 I have searched the documentation without luck so far, and a general web 
 search has also not been productive. Is there a way to do this inside Lyx?
 
 Thanks for any help.
 
 Jerry Bond
 Project Manager
 MX Linux

Does not it works if you insert a label called users?

Insert-Label

I see that the lyxhtml output is

div class=standarda id='magicparlabel-20392' /a id=users /
/div

Is that what you are looking for?

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: how can I insert an html id tag

2015-02-25 Thread José Matos
On Wednesday 25 February 2015 07:39:36 Jerry Bond wrote:
> Hi List --
> 
> Using Lyx 2.1.3 on a Linux platform.
> 
> We have just gone live with a Users Manual for a Linux distribution in 
> both html and pdf format. For the most part, the conversion to html goes 
> well, and only minor adjustments need to be made to the css or the html 
> itself. If it helps, the html Manual is here:
> 
> http://www.mepiscommunity.org/user_manual_mx15/mxum.html
> 
> One annoying problem I have not been able to solve is how to avoid 
> inserting a large number of id tags manually into the converted html 
> every time we do a revision of any kind. As you know, these tags are 
> used to direct outside links to a specific portion of the document. For 
> instance, I insert 

Re: about python3 and lyx

2014-11-26 Thread José Matos
On Wednesday 08 October 2014 09:22:08 Alex Vergara Gil wrote:
 My questions are exclusive (or not)
 
 1.   Is there a plan to move everything to python3 so we can finally
 forget the old python2?

  There is consensus to go that way but we are not there yet. We need to 
identify which parts of the code are python2 specific and at least have the 
code supporting both versions of python.

Any help is welcome. :-)

 Or
 
 2.   Is there a way to have both python3 and bundled python version in
 lyx living together in windows? Any hints?
 
 Best Regards

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: about python3 and lyx

2014-11-26 Thread José Matos
On Wednesday 08 October 2014 09:22:08 Alex Vergara Gil wrote:
 My questions are exclusive (or not)
 
 1.   Is there a plan to move everything to python3 so we can finally
 forget the old python2?

  There is consensus to go that way but we are not there yet. We need to 
identify which parts of the code are python2 specific and at least have the 
code supporting both versions of python.

Any help is welcome. :-)

 Or
 
 2.   Is there a way to have both python3 and bundled python version in
 lyx living together in windows? Any hints?
 
 Best Regards

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: about python3 and lyx

2014-11-26 Thread José Matos
On Wednesday 08 October 2014 09:22:08 Alex Vergara Gil wrote:
> My questions are exclusive (or not)
> 
> 1.   Is there a plan to move everything to python3 so we can finally
> forget the old python2?

  There is consensus to go that way but we are not there yet. We need to 
identify which parts of the code are python2 specific and at least have the 
code supporting both versions of python.

Any help is welcome. :-)

> Or
> 
> 2.   Is there a way to have both python3 and bundled python version in
> lyx living together in windows? Any hints?
> 
> Best Regards

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Beamer/color

2014-08-13 Thread José Matos
On Tuesday 12 August 2014 16:36:22 Patrick Dupre wrote:
 Hello,
 
 Why the vertical space is changed when I set formulas in color?
 See attached files for comparison.
 
 Thank

Not much of a help but I found this while searching:

macros - How to color math symbols? - TeX - LaTeX Stack ...
http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/21598/how-to-color-math-symbols

color - How does changing colour affect spacing? - TeX ...
http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/47050/how-does-changing-colour-affect-spacing

So this seems related with latex and not so much with beamer.
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Beamer/color

2014-08-13 Thread José Matos
On Tuesday 12 August 2014 16:36:22 Patrick Dupre wrote:
 Hello,
 
 Why the vertical space is changed when I set formulas in color?
 See attached files for comparison.
 
 Thank

Not much of a help but I found this while searching:

macros - How to color math symbols? - TeX - LaTeX Stack ...
http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/21598/how-to-color-math-symbols

color - How does changing colour affect spacing? - TeX ...
http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/47050/how-does-changing-colour-affect-spacing

So this seems related with latex and not so much with beamer.
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Beamer/color

2014-08-13 Thread José Matos
On Tuesday 12 August 2014 16:36:22 Patrick Dupre wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> Why the vertical space is changed when I set formulas in color?
> See attached files for comparison.
> 
> Thank

Not much of a help but I found this while searching:

macros - How to color math symbols? - TeX - LaTeX Stack ...
http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/21598/how-to-color-math-symbols

color - How does changing colour affect spacing? - TeX ...
http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/47050/how-does-changing-colour-affect-spacing

So this seems related with latex and not so much with beamer.
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Lyx Windows

2014-07-27 Thread José Matos
On Tuesday 22 July 2014 13:04:03 Matias Valladares wrote:
 Estimados,
 
 Ola, espero que se encuentren bien.
 Recientemente compre un notebook con Windows 8, hace muchísimo tiempo que no
 poseo Windows en el ordenador principal, y por tema de trabajo tengo que
 tener trabajar con él. Por lo mismo me entra la duda si Lyx funciona de
 buena manera en este ambiente, puesto que según la página solo funciona en
 Windows XP/vista/7
 
 Saludos
 Matias Valladares

Hi,
the language of this mailing list is English.

In the lyx website there you can find that there is a Spanish (language) users' 
list:
http://www.lyx.org/MailingLists

lyx-es-h...@lists.lyx.org
 
Regarding your question, if you search on the internet, there are several 
reports that lyx works on windows 8.

Saludos, :-)
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Lyx Windows

2014-07-27 Thread José Matos
On Tuesday 22 July 2014 13:04:03 Matias Valladares wrote:
 Estimados,
 
 Ola, espero que se encuentren bien.
 Recientemente compre un notebook con Windows 8, hace muchísimo tiempo que no
 poseo Windows en el ordenador principal, y por tema de trabajo tengo que
 tener trabajar con él. Por lo mismo me entra la duda si Lyx funciona de
 buena manera en este ambiente, puesto que según la página solo funciona en
 Windows XP/vista/7
 
 Saludos
 Matias Valladares

Hi,
the language of this mailing list is English.

In the lyx website there you can find that there is a Spanish (language) users' 
list:
http://www.lyx.org/MailingLists

lyx-es-h...@lists.lyx.org
 
Regarding your question, if you search on the internet, there are several 
reports that lyx works on windows 8.

Saludos, :-)
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Lyx Windows

2014-07-27 Thread José Matos
On Tuesday 22 July 2014 13:04:03 Matias Valladares wrote:
> Estimados,
> 
> Ola, espero que se encuentren bien.
> Recientemente compre un notebook con Windows 8, hace muchísimo tiempo que no
> poseo Windows en el ordenador principal, y por tema de trabajo tengo que
> tener trabajar con él. Por lo mismo me entra la duda si Lyx funciona de
> buena manera en este ambiente, puesto que según la página solo funciona en
> Windows XP/vista/7
> 
> Saludos
> Matias Valladares

Hi,
the language of this mailing list is English.

In the lyx website there you can find that there is a Spanish (language) users' 
list:
http://www.lyx.org/MailingLists

lyx-es-h...@lists.lyx.org
 
Regarding your question, if you search on the internet, there are several 
reports that lyx works on windows 8.

Saludos, :-)
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Lyx 2.1.0 not compiling knitr.lyx

2014-05-22 Thread José Matos
On Wednesday 21 May 2014 11:35:09 Ricardo Dislich wrote:
 I tried the knitr help file (knitr.lyx), and it didn't work out either. I
 get the following progress/debug messages:
 

What is the error that you get when you try the example shipped with lyx, 
knitr.lyx?

I am asking because the error can not be the same that you reported. The 
knitr.lyx file has the same version as lyx 2.1 reads and writes and thus 
lyx2lyx is never called.

-- 
José Abílio


Re: Re: Lyx 2.1.0 not compiling knitr.lyx

2014-05-22 Thread José Matos
On Thursday 22 May 2014 11:06:57 Ricardo Dislich wrote:
 I tried exactly the knitr.lyx file shipped with LyX, available from the
 menu Help - Specific Manuals - Knitr
 
 At first, LyX informed I did not have the needed converters. After I
 defined them in Preferences, I was able to click the View button, and then
 got the error message you can see in the screenshot below:
 
 [image: Imagem inline 1]
 
 Ricardo

It seems that you have the wrong converters. :-(

What do you get when you go to

Tools-Preferences-File Handling-Converters

From Rnw (knitr) to LaTeX (pdflatex)

The converter I have is:

Rscript --verbose --no-save --no-restore $$s/scripts/lyxknitr.R $$p$$i $$p$$o 
$$e $$r

and I suspect that you have:

python -tt $$s/lyx2lyx/lyx2lyx -c big5 $$i  $$o

that seems to be the problem...
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Lyx 2.1.0 not compiling knitr.lyx

2014-05-22 Thread José Matos
On Wednesday 21 May 2014 11:35:09 Ricardo Dislich wrote:
 I tried the knitr help file (knitr.lyx), and it didn't work out either. I
 get the following progress/debug messages:
 

What is the error that you get when you try the example shipped with lyx, 
knitr.lyx?

I am asking because the error can not be the same that you reported. The 
knitr.lyx file has the same version as lyx 2.1 reads and writes and thus 
lyx2lyx is never called.

-- 
José Abílio


Re: Re: Lyx 2.1.0 not compiling knitr.lyx

2014-05-22 Thread José Matos
On Thursday 22 May 2014 11:06:57 Ricardo Dislich wrote:
 I tried exactly the knitr.lyx file shipped with LyX, available from the
 menu Help - Specific Manuals - Knitr
 
 At first, LyX informed I did not have the needed converters. After I
 defined them in Preferences, I was able to click the View button, and then
 got the error message you can see in the screenshot below:
 
 [image: Imagem inline 1]
 
 Ricardo

It seems that you have the wrong converters. :-(

What do you get when you go to

Tools-Preferences-File Handling-Converters

From Rnw (knitr) to LaTeX (pdflatex)

The converter I have is:

Rscript --verbose --no-save --no-restore $$s/scripts/lyxknitr.R $$p$$i $$p$$o 
$$e $$r

and I suspect that you have:

python -tt $$s/lyx2lyx/lyx2lyx -c big5 $$i  $$o

that seems to be the problem...
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Lyx 2.1.0 not compiling knitr.lyx

2014-05-22 Thread José Matos
On Wednesday 21 May 2014 11:35:09 Ricardo Dislich wrote:
> I tried the knitr help file (knitr.lyx), and it didn't work out either. I
> get the following progress/debug messages:
> 

What is the error that you get when you try the example shipped with lyx, 
knitr.lyx?

I am asking because the error can not be the same that you reported. The 
knitr.lyx file has the same version as lyx 2.1 reads and writes and thus 
lyx2lyx is never called.

-- 
José Abílio


Re: Re: Lyx 2.1.0 not compiling knitr.lyx

2014-05-22 Thread José Matos
On Thursday 22 May 2014 11:06:57 Ricardo Dislich wrote:
> I tried exactly the knitr.lyx file shipped with LyX, available from the
> menu Help -> Specific Manuals -> Knitr
> 
> At first, LyX informed I did not have the needed converters. After I
> defined them in Preferences, I was able to click the View button, and then
> got the error message you can see in the screenshot below:
> 
> [image: Imagem inline 1]
> 
> Ricardo

It seems that you have the wrong converters. :-(

What do you get when you go to

Tools->Preferences->File Handling->Converters

>From "Rnw (knitr)" to "LaTeX (pdflatex)"

The converter I have is:

Rscript --verbose --no-save --no-restore $$s/scripts/lyxknitr.R $$p$$i $$p$$o 
$$e $$r

and I suspect that you have:

python -tt $$s/lyx2lyx/lyx2lyx -c big5 $$i > $$o

that seems to be the problem...
-- 
José Abílio


Re: is it possible to create a lyx file as flat ASCII file?

2014-05-12 Thread José Matos
On Friday 09 May 2014 20:28:38 Thirsty Camel wrote:
 Is it possible to create a lyx file as pure ascii text, particularly a
 chapter?

Yes, I did that for my PhD thesis.

 I have been trying to create appendix files that should be imported into
 the main document. I would like to use a script to create my appendix files
 with 30-100 figures each instead of doing all this manually.

That was my case.

 Unfortunately
 I cannot seem to create a lyx file that is accepted by the main document,
 even if it looks to be 100% the same as a manual file. Is there some
 invisible text generated by lyx?

No invisible text or any other data other than the text available at the file.

 Many thanks for any help

-- 
José Abílio


Re: is it possible to create a lyx file as flat ASCII file?

2014-05-12 Thread José Matos
On Friday 09 May 2014 20:28:38 Thirsty Camel wrote:
 Is it possible to create a lyx file as pure ascii text, particularly a
 chapter?

Yes, I did that for my PhD thesis.

 I have been trying to create appendix files that should be imported into
 the main document. I would like to use a script to create my appendix files
 with 30-100 figures each instead of doing all this manually.

That was my case.

 Unfortunately
 I cannot seem to create a lyx file that is accepted by the main document,
 even if it looks to be 100% the same as a manual file. Is there some
 invisible text generated by lyx?

No invisible text or any other data other than the text available at the file.

 Many thanks for any help

-- 
José Abílio


Re: is it possible to create a lyx file as flat ASCII file?

2014-05-12 Thread José Matos
On Friday 09 May 2014 20:28:38 Thirsty Camel wrote:
> Is it possible to create a lyx file as pure ascii text, particularly a
> chapter?

Yes, I did that for my PhD thesis.

> I have been trying to create appendix files that should be imported into
> the main document. I would like to use a script to create my appendix files
> with 30-100 figures each instead of doing all this manually.

That was my case.

> Unfortunately
> I cannot seem to create a lyx file that is accepted by the main document,
> even if it looks to be 100% the same as a manual file. Is there some
> invisible text generated by lyx?

No invisible text or any other data other than the text available at the file.

> Many thanks for any help

-- 
José Abílio


Re: Re: converting from LyX 2.0 to 2.1

2014-05-09 Thread José Matos
On Wednesday 07 May 2014 20:54:15 Hugh Medal wrote:
 Here you go:
 
 This is what happens with system python (2.7.5):
 
 hmedal@ws113-16:~$ python -tt /usr/share/lyx/lyx2lyx/lyx2lyx
 ~/Documents/2_msu/1_MSU_Projects/PROJECT_CEED_ERS/what_I_can_offer/Optimal_Software_Design.lyx
 
  Optimal_Software_Design_converted.lyx
 Traceback (most recent call last):
   File /usr/share/lyx/lyx2lyx/lyx2lyx, line 24, in module
 import LyX
   File /usr/share/lyx/lyx2lyx/LyX.py, line 26, in module
 import gzip
   File /usr/local/lib/python2.7/gzip.py, line 9, in module
 import zlib
 ImportError: No module named zlib

The last line is the weird part.

What is the output of
$ which -a python

It seems from the path of the call to gzip.py that you are using a version of 
python different from the system one. That is why I suspect that you have two 
python versions installed.

The system install python into /usr not /usr/local and it seems that that is 
precisely what you are using and thus the error.

FWIW the zlib module is present, in 64 bit install (x86-64), at
/usr/lib64/python2.7/lib-dynload/zlibmodule.so

-- 
José Abílio


Re: Re: converting from LyX 2.0 to 2.1

2014-05-09 Thread José Matos
On Wednesday 07 May 2014 20:54:15 Hugh Medal wrote:
 Here you go:
 
 This is what happens with system python (2.7.5):
 
 hmedal@ws113-16:~$ python -tt /usr/share/lyx/lyx2lyx/lyx2lyx
 ~/Documents/2_msu/1_MSU_Projects/PROJECT_CEED_ERS/what_I_can_offer/Optimal_Software_Design.lyx
 
  Optimal_Software_Design_converted.lyx
 Traceback (most recent call last):
   File /usr/share/lyx/lyx2lyx/lyx2lyx, line 24, in module
 import LyX
   File /usr/share/lyx/lyx2lyx/LyX.py, line 26, in module
 import gzip
   File /usr/local/lib/python2.7/gzip.py, line 9, in module
 import zlib
 ImportError: No module named zlib

The last line is the weird part.

What is the output of
$ which -a python

It seems from the path of the call to gzip.py that you are using a version of 
python different from the system one. That is why I suspect that you have two 
python versions installed.

The system install python into /usr not /usr/local and it seems that that is 
precisely what you are using and thus the error.

FWIW the zlib module is present, in 64 bit install (x86-64), at
/usr/lib64/python2.7/lib-dynload/zlibmodule.so

-- 
José Abílio


Re: Re: converting from LyX 2.0 to 2.1

2014-05-09 Thread José Matos
On Wednesday 07 May 2014 20:54:15 Hugh Medal wrote:
> Here you go:
> 
> This is what happens with system python (2.7.5):
> 
> hmedal@ws113-16:~$ python -tt /usr/share/lyx/lyx2lyx/lyx2lyx
> ~/Documents/2_msu/1_MSU_Projects/PROJECT_CEED_ERS/what_I_can_offer/Optimal_Software_Design.lyx
> 
> > Optimal_Software_Design_converted.lyx
> Traceback (most recent call last):
>   File "/usr/share/lyx/lyx2lyx/lyx2lyx", line 24, in 
> import LyX
>   File "/usr/share/lyx/lyx2lyx/LyX.py", line 26, in 
> import gzip
>   File "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/gzip.py", line 9, in 
> import zlib
> ImportError: No module named zlib

The last line is the weird part.

What is the output of
$ which -a python

It seems from the path of the call to gzip.py that you are using a version of 
python different from the system one. That is why I suspect that you have two 
python versions installed.

The system install python into /usr not /usr/local and it seems that that is 
precisely what you are using and thus the error.

FWIW the zlib module is present, in 64 bit install (x86-64), at
/usr/lib64/python2.7/lib-dynload/zlibmodule.so

-- 
José Abílio


Re: Re: converting from LyX 2.0 to 2.1

2014-05-07 Thread José Matos
On Tuesday 06 May 2014 01:44:25 Hugh Medal wrote:
 If I need to I can just move to Fedora 20 (I am currently using 19). Just let 
 me know if I should do that.
 
 Thanks,
 Hugh

There is no difference here between Fedora 19 and 20.

-- 
José Abílio


Re: Re: converting from LyX 2.0 to 2.1

2014-05-07 Thread José Matos
On Tuesday 06 May 2014 01:44:25 Hugh Medal wrote:
 If I need to I can just move to Fedora 20 (I am currently using 19). Just let 
 me know if I should do that.
 
 Thanks,
 Hugh

There is no difference here between Fedora 19 and 20.

-- 
José Abílio


Re: Re: converting from LyX 2.0 to 2.1

2014-05-07 Thread José Matos
On Tuesday 06 May 2014 01:44:25 Hugh Medal wrote:
> If I need to I can just move to Fedora 20 (I am currently using 19). Just let 
> me know if I should do that.
> 
> Thanks,
> Hugh

There is no difference here between Fedora 19 and 20.

-- 
José Abílio


Re: converting from LyX 2.0 to 2.1

2014-05-02 Thread José Matos
On Thursday 01 May 2014 20:02:36 Hugh Medal wrote:
 I am getting this error when I try to open a LYX file created in version 2.0 
 in version 2.1.
 
 ... is from an older version of LyX and the lyx2lyx script failed to convert 
 it.
 
 Can you help?
 
 Thanks,
 Hugh

I suspect that this could be related with the failure to load some beamer 
documents that was fixed by Jürgen recently.

I have built a new release with all the recent fixes:

http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/buildinfo?buildID=514543

it should be quite soon on updates-testing. There is an equivalent release for 
F-19.

FWIW your document loads fine here with Fedora 20 and the above version.

If you need further instructions how to install this version just tell. :-)

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Re: converting from LyX 2.0 to 2.1

2014-05-02 Thread José Matos
On Friday 02 May 2014 17:23:05 Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
 
 Wait a minute.
 
 This binary
 http://pkgs.org/fedora-19/fedora-updates-x86_64/lyx-2.1.0-0.fc19.x86_64.rpm.html
 looks incomplete to me.
 
 The file list has
 
- /usr/bin/lyx
- /usr/bin/lyxclient
- /usr/bin/tex2lyx
- /usr/share/doc/lyx-2.1.0/
- /usr/share/doc/lyx-2.1.0/ANNOUNCE
- /usr/share/doc/lyx-2.1.0/COPYING
- /usr/share/doc/lyx-2.1.0/CREDITS
- /usr/share/doc/lyx-2.1.0/NEWS
- /usr/share/doc/lyx-2.1.0/README
 
 There is a lot of stuff missing. Amonst others, lyx2lyx. This also seems to
 be the case for the 32bit version and LyX 2.0.6.
 
 This would explain your problems.
 
 José, could you please check?
 
 Jürgen

That is OK.

Besides lyx, there are two sub-packages: lyx-common and lyx-fonts. The later is 
self-descriptive and the former has all the non-arch parts of lyx. lyx2lyx, 
layouts and company are there. This scheme allows to have a shared sub-package 
for all the support architectures.

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Re: converting from LyX 2.0 to 2.1

2014-05-02 Thread José Matos
On Friday 02 May 2014 18:20:42 Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote:
 Why are fonts separate?
 
 JMarc

IIRC there is an interest from other packages to use lyx-fonts without 
necessarily having lyx installed:

# repoquery --whatrequires lyx-fonts
calligra-core-0:2.7.4-1.fc20.x86_64
calligra-core-0:2.8.1-1.fc20.x86_64
calligra-core-0:2.8.2-1.fc20.x86_64
gtkmathview-0:0.8.0-13.fc20.i686
gtkmathview-0:0.8.0-13.fc20.x86_64
libreoffice-langpack-br-1:4.1.3.2-9.fc20.x86_64
[... snip lots of other libreoffice-langpack's ...]
lyx-0:2.0.6-3.fc20.x86_64
lyx-0:2.1.0-0.fc20.x86_64
vdr-0:2.0.4-1.fc20.x86_64
vdr-0:2.0.5-1.fc20.x86_64
wordnet-browser-0:3.0-20.fc20.x86_64

So all those packages require the fonts provided by lyx-fonts.

I hope that this makes sense. :-)

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Re: converting from LyX 2.0 to 2.1

2014-05-02 Thread José Matos
On Friday 02 May 2014 18:33:45 Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
 I doubt that. The document is rather simple, and Hugh wrote he cannot open
 any document.

Oops, I did not read all the details. I am sorry for making wrong claims. :-)

 I suspected lyx2lyx fails for some reason (python problem?), that's why I
 looked at the rpm and check the path to lyx2lyx on Fedora, so that Hugh can
 check what happens if he runs lyx2lyx on the file manually.
 
 Jürgen

It is weird indeed since lyx requires lyx-common so lyx2lyx should be 
available. Python is a central part of a Fedora installation, it is not 
possible to remove it and lyx2lyx only requires the standard library.

-- 
José Abílio


Re: converting from LyX 2.0 to 2.1

2014-05-02 Thread José Matos
On Thursday 01 May 2014 20:02:36 Hugh Medal wrote:
 I am getting this error when I try to open a LYX file created in version 2.0 
 in version 2.1.
 
 ... is from an older version of LyX and the lyx2lyx script failed to convert 
 it.
 
 Can you help?
 
 Thanks,
 Hugh

I suspect that this could be related with the failure to load some beamer 
documents that was fixed by Jürgen recently.

I have built a new release with all the recent fixes:

http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/buildinfo?buildID=514543

it should be quite soon on updates-testing. There is an equivalent release for 
F-19.

FWIW your document loads fine here with Fedora 20 and the above version.

If you need further instructions how to install this version just tell. :-)

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Re: converting from LyX 2.0 to 2.1

2014-05-02 Thread José Matos
On Friday 02 May 2014 17:23:05 Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
 
 Wait a minute.
 
 This binary
 http://pkgs.org/fedora-19/fedora-updates-x86_64/lyx-2.1.0-0.fc19.x86_64.rpm.html
 looks incomplete to me.
 
 The file list has
 
- /usr/bin/lyx
- /usr/bin/lyxclient
- /usr/bin/tex2lyx
- /usr/share/doc/lyx-2.1.0/
- /usr/share/doc/lyx-2.1.0/ANNOUNCE
- /usr/share/doc/lyx-2.1.0/COPYING
- /usr/share/doc/lyx-2.1.0/CREDITS
- /usr/share/doc/lyx-2.1.0/NEWS
- /usr/share/doc/lyx-2.1.0/README
 
 There is a lot of stuff missing. Amonst others, lyx2lyx. This also seems to
 be the case for the 32bit version and LyX 2.0.6.
 
 This would explain your problems.
 
 José, could you please check?
 
 Jürgen

That is OK.

Besides lyx, there are two sub-packages: lyx-common and lyx-fonts. The later is 
self-descriptive and the former has all the non-arch parts of lyx. lyx2lyx, 
layouts and company are there. This scheme allows to have a shared sub-package 
for all the support architectures.

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Re: converting from LyX 2.0 to 2.1

2014-05-02 Thread José Matos
On Friday 02 May 2014 18:20:42 Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote:
 Why are fonts separate?
 
 JMarc

IIRC there is an interest from other packages to use lyx-fonts without 
necessarily having lyx installed:

# repoquery --whatrequires lyx-fonts
calligra-core-0:2.7.4-1.fc20.x86_64
calligra-core-0:2.8.1-1.fc20.x86_64
calligra-core-0:2.8.2-1.fc20.x86_64
gtkmathview-0:0.8.0-13.fc20.i686
gtkmathview-0:0.8.0-13.fc20.x86_64
libreoffice-langpack-br-1:4.1.3.2-9.fc20.x86_64
[... snip lots of other libreoffice-langpack's ...]
lyx-0:2.0.6-3.fc20.x86_64
lyx-0:2.1.0-0.fc20.x86_64
vdr-0:2.0.4-1.fc20.x86_64
vdr-0:2.0.5-1.fc20.x86_64
wordnet-browser-0:3.0-20.fc20.x86_64

So all those packages require the fonts provided by lyx-fonts.

I hope that this makes sense. :-)

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Re: converting from LyX 2.0 to 2.1

2014-05-02 Thread José Matos
On Friday 02 May 2014 18:33:45 Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
 I doubt that. The document is rather simple, and Hugh wrote he cannot open
 any document.

Oops, I did not read all the details. I am sorry for making wrong claims. :-)

 I suspected lyx2lyx fails for some reason (python problem?), that's why I
 looked at the rpm and check the path to lyx2lyx on Fedora, so that Hugh can
 check what happens if he runs lyx2lyx on the file manually.
 
 Jürgen

It is weird indeed since lyx requires lyx-common so lyx2lyx should be 
available. Python is a central part of a Fedora installation, it is not 
possible to remove it and lyx2lyx only requires the standard library.

-- 
José Abílio


Re: converting from LyX 2.0 to 2.1

2014-05-02 Thread José Matos
On Thursday 01 May 2014 20:02:36 Hugh Medal wrote:
> I am getting this error when I try to open a LYX file created in version 2.0 
> in version 2.1.
> 
> ... is from an older version of LyX and the lyx2lyx script failed to convert 
> it.
> 
> Can you help?
> 
> Thanks,
> Hugh

I suspect that this could be related with the failure to load some beamer 
documents that was fixed by Jürgen recently.

I have built a new release with all the recent fixes:

http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/buildinfo?buildID=514543

it should be quite soon on updates-testing. There is an equivalent release for 
F-19.

FWIW your document loads fine here with Fedora 20 and the above version.

If you need further instructions how to install this version just tell. :-)

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Re: converting from LyX 2.0 to 2.1

2014-05-02 Thread José Matos
On Friday 02 May 2014 17:23:05 Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
> 
> Wait a minute.
> 
> This binary
> http://pkgs.org/fedora-19/fedora-updates-x86_64/lyx-2.1.0-0.fc19.x86_64.rpm.html
> looks incomplete to me.
> 
> The file list has
> 
>- /usr/bin/lyx
>- /usr/bin/lyxclient
>- /usr/bin/tex2lyx
>- /usr/share/doc/lyx-2.1.0/
>- /usr/share/doc/lyx-2.1.0/ANNOUNCE
>- /usr/share/doc/lyx-2.1.0/COPYING
>- /usr/share/doc/lyx-2.1.0/CREDITS
>- /usr/share/doc/lyx-2.1.0/NEWS
>- /usr/share/doc/lyx-2.1.0/README
> 
> There is a lot of stuff missing. Amonst others, lyx2lyx. This also seems to
> be the case for the 32bit version and LyX 2.0.6.
> 
> This would explain your problems.
> 
> José, could you please check?
> 
> Jürgen

That is OK.

Besides lyx, there are two sub-packages: lyx-common and lyx-fonts. The later is 
self-descriptive and the former has all the non-arch parts of lyx. lyx2lyx, 
layouts and company are there. This scheme allows to have a shared sub-package 
for all the support architectures.

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Re: converting from LyX 2.0 to 2.1

2014-05-02 Thread José Matos
On Friday 02 May 2014 18:20:42 Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote:
> Why are fonts separate?
> 
> JMarc

IIRC there is an interest from other packages to use lyx-fonts without 
necessarily having lyx installed:

# repoquery --whatrequires lyx-fonts
calligra-core-0:2.7.4-1.fc20.x86_64
calligra-core-0:2.8.1-1.fc20.x86_64
calligra-core-0:2.8.2-1.fc20.x86_64
gtkmathview-0:0.8.0-13.fc20.i686
gtkmathview-0:0.8.0-13.fc20.x86_64
libreoffice-langpack-br-1:4.1.3.2-9.fc20.x86_64
[... snip lots of other libreoffice-langpack's ...]
lyx-0:2.0.6-3.fc20.x86_64
lyx-0:2.1.0-0.fc20.x86_64
vdr-0:2.0.4-1.fc20.x86_64
vdr-0:2.0.5-1.fc20.x86_64
wordnet-browser-0:3.0-20.fc20.x86_64

So all those packages require the fonts provided by lyx-fonts.

I hope that this makes sense. :-)

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Re: converting from LyX 2.0 to 2.1

2014-05-02 Thread José Matos
On Friday 02 May 2014 18:33:45 Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
> I doubt that. The document is rather simple, and Hugh wrote he cannot open
> any document.

Oops, I did not read all the details. I am sorry for making wrong claims. :-)

> I suspected lyx2lyx fails for some reason (python problem?), that's why I
> looked at the rpm and check the path to lyx2lyx on Fedora, so that Hugh can
> check what happens if he runs lyx2lyx on the file manually.
> 
> Jürgen

It is weird indeed since lyx requires lyx-common so lyx2lyx should be 
available. Python is a central part of a Fedora installation, it is not 
possible to remove it and lyx2lyx only requires the standard library.

-- 
José Abílio


Re: Re: french.ldf

2014-01-27 Thread José Matos
On Sunday 26 January 2014 11:30:48 Patrick Dupre wrote:
 It is bizard that
  yum search frenchb.ldf
 
 does not find:
 texlive-babel-french

For performance reasons yum search does not search the file names of the 
packages.

From the man page:

yum search ...
This is used to find packages when you know something about the package but 
aren't sure of it's name. By default search will try searching just package 
names and summaries, but if that fails it will then try descriptions and url.

In my case:

$ rpm -qa | wc -l
8317
$ find /usr/share | wc -l
find: ‘/usr/share/polkit-1/rules.d’: Permission denied
501610

Note that I am just searching a popular directory, not even the whole file 
system, that I do not have all the packages installed and the counter shows 
more than half of a million file names.

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Re: french.ldf

2014-01-27 Thread José Matos
On Sunday 26 January 2014 11:30:48 Patrick Dupre wrote:
 It is bizard that
  yum search frenchb.ldf
 
 does not find:
 texlive-babel-french

For performance reasons yum search does not search the file names of the 
packages.

From the man page:

yum search ...
This is used to find packages when you know something about the package but 
aren't sure of it's name. By default search will try searching just package 
names and summaries, but if that fails it will then try descriptions and url.

In my case:

$ rpm -qa | wc -l
8317
$ find /usr/share | wc -l
find: ‘/usr/share/polkit-1/rules.d’: Permission denied
501610

Note that I am just searching a popular directory, not even the whole file 
system, that I do not have all the packages installed and the counter shows 
more than half of a million file names.

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Re: french.ldf

2014-01-27 Thread José Matos
On Sunday 26 January 2014 11:30:48 Patrick Dupre wrote:
> It is bizard that
>  yum search frenchb.ldf
> 
> does not find:
> texlive-babel-french

For performance reasons "yum search" does not search the file names of the 
packages.

>From the man page:

"yum search ...
This is used to find packages when you know something about the package but 
aren't sure of it's name. By default search will try searching just package 
names and summaries, but if that "fails" it will then try descriptions and url."

In my case:

$ rpm -qa | wc -l
8317
$ find /usr/share | wc -l
find: ‘/usr/share/polkit-1/rules.d’: Permission denied
501610

Note that I am just searching a popular directory, not even the whole file 
system, that I do not have all the packages installed and the counter shows 
more than half of a million file names.

Regards,
-- 
José Abílio


Re: Import Docbook into LyX?

2013-09-12 Thread José Matos
On Wednesday 11 September 2013 03:56:21 Jerry wrote:
 Is it possible to import Docbook files into LyX?
 
 Jerry

Nope. :-)

At least not directly. And all the other options imply to loose the semantic 
markup.

-- 
José Abílio


Re: opt []

2013-09-12 Thread José Matos
On Thursday 12 September 2013 17:55:40 Patrick Dupre wrote:
 Hello,
 
 I cannot remember how to insert opt for [] in front of a date or a title
 Sometime, in insert, the option short title is not active!
 
 Thank

A hack is to insert it at a place where it is allowed (like title) and then 
move it to where you want it. Not optimal, and IIRC it is improved/fixed at 
lyx-2.1 but it works. :-)

-- 
José Abílio


Re: Import Docbook into LyX?

2013-09-12 Thread José Matos
On Wednesday 11 September 2013 03:56:21 Jerry wrote:
 Is it possible to import Docbook files into LyX?
 
 Jerry

Nope. :-)

At least not directly. And all the other options imply to loose the semantic 
markup.

-- 
José Abílio


Re: opt []

2013-09-12 Thread José Matos
On Thursday 12 September 2013 17:55:40 Patrick Dupre wrote:
 Hello,
 
 I cannot remember how to insert opt for [] in front of a date or a title
 Sometime, in insert, the option short title is not active!
 
 Thank

A hack is to insert it at a place where it is allowed (like title) and then 
move it to where you want it. Not optimal, and IIRC it is improved/fixed at 
lyx-2.1 but it works. :-)

-- 
José Abílio


Re: Import Docbook into LyX?

2013-09-12 Thread José Matos
On Wednesday 11 September 2013 03:56:21 Jerry wrote:
> Is it possible to import Docbook files into LyX?
> 
> Jerry

Nope. :-)

At least not directly. And all the other options imply to loose the semantic 
markup.

-- 
José Abílio


Re: opt []

2013-09-12 Thread José Matos
On Thursday 12 September 2013 17:55:40 Patrick Dupre wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> I cannot remember how to insert opt for [] in front of a date or a title
> Sometime, in insert, the option "short title" is not active!
> 
> Thank

A hack is to insert it at a place where it is allowed (like title) and then 
move it to where you want it. Not optimal, and IIRC it is improved/fixed at 
lyx-2.1 but it works. :-)

-- 
José Abílio


Re: Re: Can't underline large text

2013-04-02 Thread José Matos
On Tuesday 02 April 2013 12:55:53 Stephan Witt wrote:
 Yes, here I have:
 % latex
 This is pdfTeX, Version 3.1415926-2.4-1.40.13 (TeX Live 2012)
 
 Stephan

It works for me.

$ latex
This is pdfTeX, Version 3.1415926-2.5-1.40.13 (TeX Live 2013/dev)

-- 
José Abílio


Re: Re: Can't underline large text

2013-04-02 Thread José Matos
On Tuesday 02 April 2013 12:55:53 Stephan Witt wrote:
 Yes, here I have:
 % latex
 This is pdfTeX, Version 3.1415926-2.4-1.40.13 (TeX Live 2012)
 
 Stephan

It works for me.

$ latex
This is pdfTeX, Version 3.1415926-2.5-1.40.13 (TeX Live 2013/dev)

-- 
José Abílio


Re: Re: Can't underline large text

2013-04-02 Thread José Matos
On Tuesday 02 April 2013 12:55:53 Stephan Witt wrote:
> Yes, here I have:
> % latex
> This is pdfTeX, Version 3.1415926-2.4-1.40.13 (TeX Live 2012)
> 
> Stephan

It works for me.

$ latex
This is pdfTeX, Version 3.1415926-2.5-1.40.13 (TeX Live 2013/dev)

-- 
José Abílio


Re: Insert-Float-Algorithm results in Latex errors

2012-12-28 Thread José Matos
On 12/27/2012 05:23 PM, Regina Anger wrote:
 Hi,

 Updating memoir helped, it works now like a charme. Thanks a lot!
 I wonder however, how can Fedora distribute packages *that* old.

 Thx, Regi

There are two reasons:
* due to the license of texlive packages (the license was incorrect
or non-free for some)
This process was finished around January of this year, when upstream
texlive finished the auditing of all packages

* time to integrate the changes necessary to Fedora packages, since
Fedora 17 was coming soon it was impossible to integrate those changes
on time, that is why the changes slipped to Fedora 18.

-- 
José Matos



Re: Cannot find vezes.sty file

2012-12-28 Thread José Matos
On 12/28/2012 04:45 PM, Richard Heck wrote:
 What file were you trying to compile? Post it here, if possible.

 rh 

The name vezes is times in Portuguese in the sense of 2 times 4 equal
to 8. So the name sound suspiciously like someone wrote an sty file to
deal with multiplication. Here I am just guessing. :-)

Funnily searching for latex vezes.sty returns me the original message
of this thread as its first result. :-)

Regards,

-- 
José Matos



Re: Insert-Float-Algorithm results in Latex errors

2012-12-28 Thread José Matos
On 12/27/2012 05:23 PM, Regina Anger wrote:
 Hi,

 Updating memoir helped, it works now like a charme. Thanks a lot!
 I wonder however, how can Fedora distribute packages *that* old.

 Thx, Regi

There are two reasons:
* due to the license of texlive packages (the license was incorrect
or non-free for some)
This process was finished around January of this year, when upstream
texlive finished the auditing of all packages

* time to integrate the changes necessary to Fedora packages, since
Fedora 17 was coming soon it was impossible to integrate those changes
on time, that is why the changes slipped to Fedora 18.

-- 
José Matos



Re: Cannot find vezes.sty file

2012-12-28 Thread José Matos
On 12/28/2012 04:45 PM, Richard Heck wrote:
 What file were you trying to compile? Post it here, if possible.

 rh 

The name vezes is times in Portuguese in the sense of 2 times 4 equal
to 8. So the name sound suspiciously like someone wrote an sty file to
deal with multiplication. Here I am just guessing. :-)

Funnily searching for latex vezes.sty returns me the original message
of this thread as its first result. :-)

Regards,

-- 
José Matos



Re: Insert->Float->Algorithm results in Latex errors

2012-12-28 Thread José Matos
On 12/27/2012 05:23 PM, Regina Anger wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Updating memoir helped, it works now like a charme. Thanks a lot!
> I wonder however, how can Fedora distribute packages *that* old.
>
> Thx, Regi

There are two reasons:
* due to the license of texlive packages (the license was incorrect
or non-free for some)
This process was finished around January of this year, when upstream
texlive finished the auditing of all packages

* time to integrate the changes necessary to Fedora packages, since
Fedora 17 was coming soon it was impossible to integrate those changes
on time, that is why the changes slipped to Fedora 18.

-- 
José Matos



Re: Cannot find vezes.sty file

2012-12-28 Thread José Matos
On 12/28/2012 04:45 PM, Richard Heck wrote:
> What file were you trying to compile? Post it here, if possible.
>
> rh 

The name vezes is "times" in Portuguese in the sense of 2 times 4 equal
to 8. So the name sound suspiciously like someone wrote an sty file to
deal with multiplication. Here I am just guessing. :-)

Funnily searching for "latex vezes.sty" returns me the original message
of this thread as its first result. :-)

Regards,

-- 
José Matos



Re: Insert-Float-Algorithm results in Latex errors

2012-12-27 Thread José Matos
On 12/27/2012 04:07 PM, Regina Anger wrote:
 Does this mean I manually have to update my latex installation? Is
 there any way you can recommend, without re-compiling my whole
 software-stack?
 The whole situation is a bit sad, as I am sitting behind a ~100kBit/s
 GPRS line :/

 Thx, Reggi

For Fedora 17, there is the texlive-2012 repository that has all the
available packages:

http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/TeXLive (search for the
instructions regarding Fedora 17)

If you follow the instructions there you can update the packages to
newer versions.

This repository was put in place by Fedora texlive maintainer and the
repository is a backport.

For Fedora 18 (to be released in January) and newer the packages there
are the default.

-- 
José Matos



Re: Insert-Float-Algorithm results in Latex errors

2012-12-27 Thread José Matos
On 12/27/2012 04:07 PM, Regina Anger wrote:
 Does this mean I manually have to update my latex installation? Is
 there any way you can recommend, without re-compiling my whole
 software-stack?
 The whole situation is a bit sad, as I am sitting behind a ~100kBit/s
 GPRS line :/

 Thx, Reggi

For Fedora 17, there is the texlive-2012 repository that has all the
available packages:

http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/TeXLive (search for the
instructions regarding Fedora 17)

If you follow the instructions there you can update the packages to
newer versions.

This repository was put in place by Fedora texlive maintainer and the
repository is a backport.

For Fedora 18 (to be released in January) and newer the packages there
are the default.

-- 
José Matos



Re: Insert->Float->Algorithm results in Latex errors

2012-12-27 Thread José Matos
On 12/27/2012 04:07 PM, Regina Anger wrote:
> Does this mean I manually have to update my latex installation? Is
> there any way you can recommend, without re-compiling my whole
> software-stack?
> The whole situation is a bit sad, as I am sitting behind a ~100kBit/s
> GPRS line :/
>
> Thx, Reggi

For Fedora 17, there is the texlive-2012 repository that has all the
available packages:

http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/TeXLive (search for the
instructions regarding Fedora 17)

If you follow the instructions there you can update the packages to
newer versions.

This repository was put in place by Fedora texlive maintainer and the
repository is a backport.

For Fedora 18 (to be released in January) and newer the packages there
are the default.

-- 
José Matos



Re: Would a native LyX XML schema be accepted?

2012-12-19 Thread José Matos
On 12/19/2012 04:55 AM, Steve Litt wrote:
 I disagree. At least some of us are now discussing the possibility
 of formatting native LyX as standard XML, which, as I said in another
 post, is human hostile. Many, many of us interact with LyX files
 outside of the LyX executables or utilities.

 These users have an incredible interest in the native format of LyX.
 Don't think for a minute this is a developers only issue.

 What I find the biggest insult is the motivation for this possible
 disenfranchisement of LyX users dedicated enough to interact with LyX
 files in nonstandard ways. That motivation? To accommodate Word
 weenies. You've got to be kidding. Is this what free software has come
 to?

 Perhaps the most ironic thing is that if full XMLitization comes to
 pass, you know what I'll use Nico's XML converter for? To export my 7
 LyX-authored books to XML, from which I can convert them to plain-TeX.

 SteveT

If lyx changes to xml it will change to our xml defined format. We still
have control of what we output.

The argument regarding the readability of xml reminds of lots of code
that I see on blogs or any other pages. When I am reading code I expect
it to have a proper indentation, and if possible to be colored, with
enough white spaces and new lines so that the structure emerges just
from reading the code.

Just because some code is legal from a language perspective it does not
mean that we should use it.

The same should happen for the lyx file format. If we go xml I expect
that one of our goals is that output lyx file is friendly towards a line
oriented analysis, I expect that it remains easy for us to diff two lyx
files. The purpose of converting lyx to xml is to add other
conveniences. For example, now how do you decide that a lyx files is
well constructed? Is it to expect that it does not crash lyx? That a
roundtrip from loading and saving the file gives the same output?

Summarizing: if we go with xml the purpose is not to waste all the
knowledge that we had accumulated in the last 17 years but to build over it.

-- 
José Matos



Re: Would a native LyX XML schema be accepted?

2012-12-19 Thread José Matos
On 12/19/2012 04:55 AM, Steve Litt wrote:
 I disagree. At least some of us are now discussing the possibility
 of formatting native LyX as standard XML, which, as I said in another
 post, is human hostile. Many, many of us interact with LyX files
 outside of the LyX executables or utilities.

 These users have an incredible interest in the native format of LyX.
 Don't think for a minute this is a developers only issue.

 What I find the biggest insult is the motivation for this possible
 disenfranchisement of LyX users dedicated enough to interact with LyX
 files in nonstandard ways. That motivation? To accommodate Word
 weenies. You've got to be kidding. Is this what free software has come
 to?

 Perhaps the most ironic thing is that if full XMLitization comes to
 pass, you know what I'll use Nico's XML converter for? To export my 7
 LyX-authored books to XML, from which I can convert them to plain-TeX.

 SteveT

If lyx changes to xml it will change to our xml defined format. We still
have control of what we output.

The argument regarding the readability of xml reminds of lots of code
that I see on blogs or any other pages. When I am reading code I expect
it to have a proper indentation, and if possible to be colored, with
enough white spaces and new lines so that the structure emerges just
from reading the code.

Just because some code is legal from a language perspective it does not
mean that we should use it.

The same should happen for the lyx file format. If we go xml I expect
that one of our goals is that output lyx file is friendly towards a line
oriented analysis, I expect that it remains easy for us to diff two lyx
files. The purpose of converting lyx to xml is to add other
conveniences. For example, now how do you decide that a lyx files is
well constructed? Is it to expect that it does not crash lyx? That a
roundtrip from loading and saving the file gives the same output?

Summarizing: if we go with xml the purpose is not to waste all the
knowledge that we had accumulated in the last 17 years but to build over it.

-- 
José Matos



Re: Would a native LyX XML schema be accepted?

2012-12-19 Thread José Matos
On 12/19/2012 04:55 AM, Steve Litt wrote:
> I disagree. At least some of us are now discussing the possibility
> of formatting native LyX as standard XML, which, as I said in another
> post, is human hostile. Many, many of us interact with LyX files
> outside of the LyX executables or utilities.
>
> These users have an incredible interest in the native format of LyX.
> Don't think for a minute this is a developers only issue.
>
> What I find the biggest insult is the motivation for this possible
> disenfranchisement of LyX users dedicated enough to interact with LyX
> files in nonstandard ways. That motivation? To accommodate Word
> weenies. You've got to be kidding. Is this what free software has come
> to?
>
> Perhaps the most ironic thing is that if full XMLitization comes to
> pass, you know what I'll use Nico's XML converter for? To export my 7
> LyX-authored books to XML, from which I can convert them to plain-TeX.
>
> SteveT

If lyx changes to xml it will change to our xml defined format. We still
have control of what we output.

The argument regarding the readability of xml reminds of lots of code
that I see on blogs or any other pages. When I am reading code I expect
it to have a proper indentation, and if possible to be colored, with
enough white spaces and new lines so that the structure emerges just
from reading the code.

Just because some code is legal from a language perspective it does not
mean that we should use it.

The same should happen for the lyx file format. If we go xml I expect
that one of our goals is that output lyx file is friendly towards a line
oriented analysis, I expect that it remains easy for us to diff two lyx
files. The purpose of converting lyx to xml is to add other
conveniences. For example, now how do you decide that a lyx files is
well constructed? Is it to expect that it does not crash lyx? That a
roundtrip from loading and saving the file gives the same output?

Summarizing: if we go with xml the purpose is not to waste all the
knowledge that we had accumulated in the last 17 years but to build over it.

-- 
José Matos



Re: Would a native LyX XML schema be accepted?

2012-12-18 Thread José Matos
On 12/17/2012 03:59 AM, Nico Williams wrote:
 I've written a Python script for converting .lyx files to XML.
 There's no DTD or schema, but it's a straightforward mapping of .lyx
 format to XML.  Things like \being_layout ... \end_layout become
 layout ../layout and so on.  This is much more faithful a
 mapping to XML than LyXHTML, or any of the other XML export formats,
 therefore it's much more amenable to transformations via XSLT.  I
 think it should be easy to produce an XSL for mapping back to .lyx,
 which should also help produce import from various XML schemas
 functionality.

 Would this be accepted?  Mind if I use a BSD license?

 Nico
 --

I have done this before with lyx2lyx. I remember that I sent the patch
to lyx-devel mailing list.

The harder part is: what about the math - mathml conversion?

I am busy at the moment so I did not look into further details.

Regards,

-- 
José Matos



Re: Would a native LyX XML schema be accepted?

2012-12-18 Thread José Matos
On 12/17/2012 03:59 AM, Nico Williams wrote:
 I've written a Python script for converting .lyx files to XML.
 There's no DTD or schema, but it's a straightforward mapping of .lyx
 format to XML.  Things like \being_layout ... \end_layout become
 layout ../layout and so on.  This is much more faithful a
 mapping to XML than LyXHTML, or any of the other XML export formats,
 therefore it's much more amenable to transformations via XSLT.  I
 think it should be easy to produce an XSL for mapping back to .lyx,
 which should also help produce import from various XML schemas
 functionality.

 Would this be accepted?  Mind if I use a BSD license?

 Nico
 --

I have done this before with lyx2lyx. I remember that I sent the patch
to lyx-devel mailing list.

The harder part is: what about the math - mathml conversion?

I am busy at the moment so I did not look into further details.

Regards,

-- 
José Matos



Re: Would a native LyX XML schema be accepted?

2012-12-18 Thread José Matos
On 12/17/2012 03:59 AM, Nico Williams wrote:
> I've written a Python script for converting .lyx files to XML.
> There's no DTD or schema, but it's a straightforward mapping of .lyx
> format to XML.  Things like \being_layout ... \end_layout become
> ... and so on.  This is much more faithful a
> mapping to XML than LyXHTML, or any of the other XML export formats,
> therefore it's much more amenable to transformations via XSLT.  I
> think it should be easy to produce an XSL for mapping back to .lyx,
> which should also help produce import from various XML schemas
> functionality.
>
> Would this be accepted?  Mind if I use a BSD license?
>
> Nico
> --

I have done this before with lyx2lyx. I remember that I sent the patch
to lyx-devel mailing list.

The harder part is: what about the math -> mathml conversion?

I am busy at the moment so I did not look into further details.

Regards,

-- 
José Matos



Re: No bibliography environment in DocBook document class

2012-12-12 Thread José Matos
On 12/11/2012 03:35 PM, Nico Williams wrote:
 OK, thanks :) that's the answer I was hoping for. Not that I have time
 to contribute code here, but just for my edification: where would I
 look in the source code? In particular I'm using the docbook class but
 exporting to LyXHTML. I'm not sure why I'm doing that -- only that
 I've found that to work best for my purposes (namely: that more
 metadata gets preserved in the resulting XHTML). Thanks! 

Search for docbook methods, you will see them near xhtml methods.
Usually this is a good place to start.

As an example every insert has an export method.

Initial the process to export starts in src/Buffer.cpp then goes to
src/output_docbook.cpp and from there is delegated to the different
elements.

This is the short version. :-)

After this short walk trough if you still have doubts then the next step
is to ask here. :-)

-- 
José Matos



Re: No bibliography environment in DocBook document class

2012-12-12 Thread José Matos
On 12/11/2012 03:35 PM, Nico Williams wrote:
 OK, thanks :) that's the answer I was hoping for. Not that I have time
 to contribute code here, but just for my edification: where would I
 look in the source code? In particular I'm using the docbook class but
 exporting to LyXHTML. I'm not sure why I'm doing that -- only that
 I've found that to work best for my purposes (namely: that more
 metadata gets preserved in the resulting XHTML). Thanks! 

Search for docbook methods, you will see them near xhtml methods.
Usually this is a good place to start.

As an example every insert has an export method.

Initial the process to export starts in src/Buffer.cpp then goes to
src/output_docbook.cpp and from there is delegated to the different
elements.

This is the short version. :-)

After this short walk trough if you still have doubts then the next step
is to ask here. :-)

-- 
José Matos



Re: No bibliography environment in DocBook document class

2012-12-12 Thread José Matos
On 12/11/2012 03:35 PM, Nico Williams wrote:
> OK, thanks :) that's the answer I was hoping for. Not that I have time
> to contribute code here, but just for my edification: where would I
> look in the source code? In particular I'm using the docbook class but
> exporting to LyXHTML. I'm not sure why I'm doing that -- only that
> I've found that to work best for my purposes (namely: that more
> metadata gets preserved in the resulting XHTML). Thanks! 

Search for docbook methods, you will see them near xhtml methods.
Usually this is a good place to start.

As an example every insert has an export method.

Initial the process to export starts in src/Buffer.cpp then goes to
src/output_docbook.cpp and from there is delegated to the different
elements.

This is the short version. :-)

After this short walk trough if you still have doubts then the next step
is to ask here. :-)

-- 
José Matos



Re: APA6 class with LyX?

2012-12-11 Thread José Matos
On 12/11/2012 09:29 AM, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote:
 Am Montag, 10. Dezember 2012, 21:31:25 schrieb Rob Oakes:
 Rob, those links are very helpful and clarifying things which are not 
 obvious to the novice!
 Wolfgang

If other doubts arrive (probability ~= 1) do not hesitate to use this list.

Now that I have used that symbol above I am craving for a coffee. ~=] :-D

Regards,

-- 
José Matos



Re: APA6 class with LyX?

2012-12-11 Thread José Matos
On 12/11/2012 09:29 AM, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote:
 Am Montag, 10. Dezember 2012, 21:31:25 schrieb Rob Oakes:
 Rob, those links are very helpful and clarifying things which are not 
 obvious to the novice!
 Wolfgang

If other doubts arrive (probability ~= 1) do not hesitate to use this list.

Now that I have used that symbol above I am craving for a coffee. ~=] :-D

Regards,

-- 
José Matos



Re: APA6 class with LyX?

2012-12-11 Thread José Matos
On 12/11/2012 09:29 AM, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote:
> Am Montag, 10. Dezember 2012, 21:31:25 schrieb Rob Oakes:
> Rob, those links are very helpful and clarifying things which are not 
> obvious to the novice!
> Wolfgang

If other doubts arrive (probability ~= 1) do not hesitate to use this list.

Now that I have used that symbol above I am craving for a coffee. ~=] :-D

Regards,

-- 
José Matos



Re: No bibliography environment in DocBook document class

2012-12-10 Thread José Matos
On 12/10/2012 10:46 PM, Nico Williams wrote:
 Why is there no bibliography environment in the DocBook document
 classes?  There must be a reason, of course, but then, bibtex is still
 supported, so that's strange...

 Nico
 --

The reason why it was never implemented is/was lake of time, no more no
less. :-)

-- 
José Matos



Re: No bibliography environment in DocBook document class

2012-12-10 Thread José Matos
On 12/10/2012 10:46 PM, Nico Williams wrote:
 Why is there no bibliography environment in the DocBook document
 classes?  There must be a reason, of course, but then, bibtex is still
 supported, so that's strange...

 Nico
 --

The reason why it was never implemented is/was lake of time, no more no
less. :-)

-- 
José Matos



Re: No bibliography environment in DocBook document class

2012-12-10 Thread José Matos
On 12/10/2012 10:46 PM, Nico Williams wrote:
> Why is there no bibliography environment in the DocBook document
> classes?  There must be a reason, of course, but then, bibtex is still
> supported, so that's strange...
>
> Nico
> --

The reason why it was never implemented is/was lake of time, no more no
less. :-)

-- 
José Matos



Re: APA6 class with LyX?

2012-12-08 Thread José Matos
On 12/08/2012 04:45 PM, Scott Kostyshak wrote:
 On Sat, Dec 8, 2012 at 10:30 AM, John Kane jrkrid...@inbox.com wrote:

 Hi John,

 Would anyone know of any work being done on this?
 No work is currently being done. See the last comment here for the reason why:
 http://www.lyx.org/trac/ticket/8187

 And see this ticket for the main request:
 http://www.lyx.org/trac/ticket/8391

 Best,

 Scott

With that said if we had a layout for apa6 contributed we would accept
it. So just because no one is working on it that is not a reason for
despair. :-)

-- 
José Matos



Re: APA6 class with LyX?

2012-12-08 Thread José Matos
On 12/08/2012 04:45 PM, Scott Kostyshak wrote:
 On Sat, Dec 8, 2012 at 10:30 AM, John Kane jrkrid...@inbox.com wrote:

 Hi John,

 Would anyone know of any work being done on this?
 No work is currently being done. See the last comment here for the reason why:
 http://www.lyx.org/trac/ticket/8187

 And see this ticket for the main request:
 http://www.lyx.org/trac/ticket/8391

 Best,

 Scott

With that said if we had a layout for apa6 contributed we would accept
it. So just because no one is working on it that is not a reason for
despair. :-)

-- 
José Matos



Re: APA6 class with LyX?

2012-12-08 Thread José Matos
On 12/08/2012 04:45 PM, Scott Kostyshak wrote:
> On Sat, Dec 8, 2012 at 10:30 AM, John Kane <jrkrid...@inbox.com> wrote:
>
> Hi John,
>
>> Would anyone know of any work being done on this?
> No work is currently being done. See the last comment here for the reason why:
> http://www.lyx.org/trac/ticket/8187
>
> And see this ticket for the main request:
> http://www.lyx.org/trac/ticket/8391
>
> Best,
>
> Scott

With that said if we had a layout for apa6 contributed we would accept
it. So just because no one is working on it that is not a reason for
despair. :-)

-- 
José Matos



Re: Not a readable lyx document

2012-12-04 Thread José Matos
On 2012-11-25 16:53, David L. Johnson wrote:
 My students would testify that many of my notes are far, far more than
 8-12 months old when I open and revise them for the current term,
 and this has never happened to me [except on very, very old files
 whose format is no longer supported directly by lyx]. 


If you still have those, and the file content is not sensitive I would
appreciate to look in to them to guarantee lyx2lyx's motto that if lyx
wrote it then lyx should read it. :-)

Regards,

-- 
José Matos



Re: Not a readable lyx document

2012-12-04 Thread José Matos
On 2012-11-25 16:53, David L. Johnson wrote:
 My students would testify that many of my notes are far, far more than
 8-12 months old when I open and revise them for the current term,
 and this has never happened to me [except on very, very old files
 whose format is no longer supported directly by lyx]. 


If you still have those, and the file content is not sensitive I would
appreciate to look in to them to guarantee lyx2lyx's motto that if lyx
wrote it then lyx should read it. :-)

Regards,

-- 
José Matos



Re: "Not a readable lyx document"

2012-12-04 Thread José Matos
On 2012-11-25 16:53, David L. Johnson wrote:
> My students would testify that many of my notes are far, far more than
> 8-12 months old when I open and "revise" them for the current term,
> and this has never happened to me [except on very, very old files
> whose format is no longer supported directly by lyx]. 
>>

If you still have those, and the file content is not sensitive I would
appreciate to look in to them to guarantee lyx2lyx's motto that "if lyx
wrote it then lyx should read it". :-)

Regards,

-- 
José Matos



Re: headers with fancy option are repeated beyond TOC

2012-08-30 Thread José Matos
On 08/29/2012 03:28 PM, Marcelo Acuña wrote:
 Hi,
  I start new book with koma-script and option fancy headings.
  I put TOC after dedication and noted that headers are printed in page
 of Introduction.
  How I can solve this problem?


The best advice is probably to read the fancy headings documentation. :-)

With that said when I use koma-script I defined the headings for normal
pages and also for empty style pages by enclosing the definition on
\fancypagestyle .

Something like:

\fancypagestyle{plain}{%

\fancyhf{} % clear all header and footer fields

\renewcommand{\headrulewidth}{0.0pt}

\renewcommand{\footrulewidth}{0pt}
}


I am not sure if this helps but here you have my 0.02€. :-)

Regards,

-- 
José Matos



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