RE: Compiling pdf sometimes stops when child document has a different textclass

2012-06-13 Thread Rick Blok - LR
Jup. Good to hear it's not just me :) 
 http://www.lyx.org/trac/ticket/8199 

Kind regards,
Rick Blok


 -Original Message-
 From: Jürgen Spitzmüller [mailto:sp...@lyx.org]
 Sent: dinsdag 12 juni 2012 20:56
 To: Rick Blok - LR
 Cc: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org; LyX-Devel
 Subject: Re: Compiling pdf sometimes stops when child document has a
 different textclass
 
 2012/6/12 Rick Blok:
  However, sometimes Lyx keeps processing my documents for ever, but
  without any activity (no cpu load, nor pdflatex running). I once let
  it continue overnight without result. I've noticed a few times that
  when it hangs, the last entry in the message log is that the child
  document has a different textclass. When lyx compiles my document
  successfully, I cannot find such a message in the log. Also, I can't
  remember that this has happened when the child document has the 'right'
 text class.
 
 
  Has anyone else noticed this? I can't reproduce it consistently and it
  could just be me/my install/computer.
 
 Yes, I face this, too, every now and then. I never tracked it down to a
 pattern, but now that you say it, I think it occurred to me with different
 master/child classes only, as well.
 
 Alas, I have no time to have a closer look at the source currently. I had a 
 quick
 look, but the process in question changed significantly since I last checked 
 it
 (it is now fed into a thread, and I suspect the thing somehow gets stuck in
 that thread).
 
 Can you file a bug report?
 
 Jürgen


Re: Compiling pdf sometimes stops when child document has a different textclass

2012-06-13 Thread Rick Blok - LR
I do have v0.5, but lyx hanging and tikz errors are unrelated issues.
When export just the child document with my textclass Lyx usually spits out 
error messages instead of pdf, but not always though. I suspect it's any of the 
packages used in the document class that tikz doesn't like. I've no problems 
with tikz once my graphs are cached.

Kind regards,
Rick Blok



RE: Compiling pdf sometimes stops when child document has a different textclass

2012-06-13 Thread Rick Blok - LR
Jup. Good to hear it's not just me :) 
 http://www.lyx.org/trac/ticket/8199 

Kind regards,
Rick Blok


 -Original Message-
 From: Jürgen Spitzmüller [mailto:sp...@lyx.org]
 Sent: dinsdag 12 juni 2012 20:56
 To: Rick Blok - LR
 Cc: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org; LyX-Devel
 Subject: Re: Compiling pdf sometimes stops when child document has a
 different textclass
 
 2012/6/12 Rick Blok:
  However, sometimes Lyx keeps processing my documents for ever, but
  without any activity (no cpu load, nor pdflatex running). I once let
  it continue overnight without result. I've noticed a few times that
  when it hangs, the last entry in the message log is that the child
  document has a different textclass. When lyx compiles my document
  successfully, I cannot find such a message in the log. Also, I can't
  remember that this has happened when the child document has the 'right'
 text class.
 
 
  Has anyone else noticed this? I can't reproduce it consistently and it
  could just be me/my install/computer.
 
 Yes, I face this, too, every now and then. I never tracked it down to a
 pattern, but now that you say it, I think it occurred to me with different
 master/child classes only, as well.
 
 Alas, I have no time to have a closer look at the source currently. I had a 
 quick
 look, but the process in question changed significantly since I last checked 
 it
 (it is now fed into a thread, and I suspect the thing somehow gets stuck in
 that thread).
 
 Can you file a bug report?
 
 Jürgen


Re: Compiling pdf sometimes stops when child document has a different textclass

2012-06-13 Thread Rick Blok - LR
I do have v0.5, but lyx hanging and tikz errors are unrelated issues.
When export just the child document with my textclass Lyx usually spits out 
error messages instead of pdf, but not always though. I suspect it's any of the 
packages used in the document class that tikz doesn't like. I've no problems 
with tikz once my graphs are cached.

Kind regards,
Rick Blok



RE: Compiling pdf sometimes stops when child document has a different textclass

2012-06-13 Thread Rick Blok - LR
Jup. Good to hear it's not just me :) 
 http://www.lyx.org/trac/ticket/8199 

Kind regards,
Rick Blok


> -Original Message-
> From: Jürgen Spitzmüller [mailto:sp...@lyx.org]
> Sent: dinsdag 12 juni 2012 20:56
> To: Rick Blok - LR
> Cc: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org; LyX-Devel
> Subject: Re: Compiling pdf sometimes stops when child document has a
> different textclass
> 
> 2012/6/12 Rick Blok:
> > However, sometimes Lyx keeps processing my documents for ever, but
> > without any activity (no cpu load, nor pdflatex running). I once let
> > it continue overnight without result. I've noticed a few times that
> > when it hangs, the last entry in the message log is that the child
> > document has a different textclass. When lyx compiles my document
> > successfully, I cannot find such a message in the log. Also, I can't
> > remember that this has happened when the child document has the 'right'
> text class.
> >
> >
> > Has anyone else noticed this? I can't reproduce it consistently and it
> > could just be me/my install/computer.
> 
> Yes, I face this, too, every now and then. I never tracked it down to a
> pattern, but now that you say it, I think it occurred to me with different
> master/child classes only, as well.
> 
> Alas, I have no time to have a closer look at the source currently. I had a 
> quick
> look, but the process in question changed significantly since I last checked 
> it
> (it is now fed into a thread, and I suspect the thing somehow gets stuck in
> that thread).
> 
> Can you file a bug report?
> 
> Jürgen


Re: Compiling pdf sometimes stops when child document has a different textclass

2012-06-13 Thread Rick Blok - LR
I do have v0.5, but lyx hanging and tikz errors are unrelated issues.
When export just the child document with my textclass Lyx usually spits out 
error messages instead of pdf, but not always though. I suspect it's any of the 
packages used in the document class that tikz doesn't like. I've no problems 
with tikz once my graphs are cached.

Kind regards,
Rick Blok



RE: testers needed for LyX\'s Windows installer

2012-06-08 Thread Rick Blok - LR
I've attached my test file.

Btw, what problems are there with Imagemagick when lyx is installed without 
admin rights? The installer says that it can't install it, but it is in my lyx 
folder? I installed lyx 203 w/o admin rights and I haven't got any problems 
with image conversion. However, with this installer I have.

Kind regards,
Rick Blok

-Original Message-
From: Uwe Stöhr [mailto:uwesto...@web.de] 
Sent: vrijdag 8 juni 2012 3:20
To: rickb...@gmail.com
Cc: Rick Blok - LR; lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
Subject: Re: testers needed for LyX\'s Windows installer

Am 06.06.2012 08:42, schrieb rickb...@gmail.com:

 If still not working, could you give me a list of new files you see 
 in
 MiKTeX's
 bin folder

 No. I noticed that files were changed because I had the explorer 
 window open but it happened so fast I couldn't see which ones. The 
 newest date modified is of January, and newest date created of march. 
 But I've attached a list with all folder contents.

Thanks. It shows that the perl interpreter is no in place - this worked at 
least.

  but when I compile a document with multiple   indexes, I see only my text 
  and no indexes.

As the Perl interpreter is there, it can be that I need to deliver more of its 
plugins. To find this out, can you please send me your LyX test file?

 and do you have a older named ~\MiKTeX 2.9\miktex\lib which
 contains the subfolders Exporter, File, Getopt, IO and warnings?

 Yes, that I have. In my program files folder though, not in my home folder.

This is correct.

Note that the installer is not yet ready to be used without admin priviledges. 
There are still many open issues but I'm currently working on this.

thanks and regards
Uwe


nieuwbestand1.lyx
Description: nieuwbestand1.lyx


RE: testers needed for LyX\'s Windows installer

2012-06-08 Thread Rick Blok - LR
I've attached my test file.

Btw, what problems are there with Imagemagick when lyx is installed without 
admin rights? The installer says that it can't install it, but it is in my lyx 
folder? I installed lyx 203 w/o admin rights and I haven't got any problems 
with image conversion. However, with this installer I have.

Kind regards,
Rick Blok

-Original Message-
From: Uwe Stöhr [mailto:uwesto...@web.de] 
Sent: vrijdag 8 juni 2012 3:20
To: rickb...@gmail.com
Cc: Rick Blok - LR; lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
Subject: Re: testers needed for LyX\'s Windows installer

Am 06.06.2012 08:42, schrieb rickb...@gmail.com:

 If still not working, could you give me a list of new files you see 
 in
 MiKTeX's
 bin folder

 No. I noticed that files were changed because I had the explorer 
 window open but it happened so fast I couldn't see which ones. The 
 newest date modified is of January, and newest date created of march. 
 But I've attached a list with all folder contents.

Thanks. It shows that the perl interpreter is no in place - this worked at 
least.

  but when I compile a document with multiple   indexes, I see only my text 
  and no indexes.

As the Perl interpreter is there, it can be that I need to deliver more of its 
plugins. To find this out, can you please send me your LyX test file?

 and do you have a older named ~\MiKTeX 2.9\miktex\lib which
 contains the subfolders Exporter, File, Getopt, IO and warnings?

 Yes, that I have. In my program files folder though, not in my home folder.

This is correct.

Note that the installer is not yet ready to be used without admin priviledges. 
There are still many open issues but I'm currently working on this.

thanks and regards
Uwe


nieuwbestand1.lyx
Description: nieuwbestand1.lyx


RE: testers needed for LyX\'s Windows installer

2012-06-08 Thread Rick Blok - LR
I've attached my test file.

Btw, what problems are there with Imagemagick when lyx is installed without 
admin rights? The installer says that it can't install it, but it is in my lyx 
folder? I installed lyx 203 w/o admin rights and I haven't got any problems 
with image conversion. However, with this installer I have.

Kind regards,
Rick Blok

-Original Message-
From: Uwe Stöhr [mailto:uwesto...@web.de] 
Sent: vrijdag 8 juni 2012 3:20
To: rickb...@gmail.com
Cc: Rick Blok - LR; lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
Subject: Re: testers needed for LyX\'s Windows installer

Am 06.06.2012 08:42, schrieb rickb...@gmail.com:

>> If still not working, could you give me a list of new files you see 
>> in
> MiKTeX's
>> bin folder
>
> No. I noticed that files were changed because I had the explorer 
> window open but it happened so fast I couldn't see which ones. The 
> newest date modified is of January, and newest date created of march. 
> But I've attached a list with all folder contents.

Thanks. It shows that the perl interpreter is no in place - this worked at 
least.

 >> but when I compile a document with multiple  >> indexes, I see only my text 
 >> and no indexes.

As the Perl interpreter is there, it can be that I need to deliver more of its 
plugins. To find this out, can you please send me your LyX test file?

> and do you have a older named "~\MiKTeX 2.9\miktex\lib" which
>> contains the subfolders Exporter, File, Getopt, IO and warnings?
>
> Yes, that I have. In my program files folder though, not in my home folder.

This is correct.

Note that the installer is not yet ready to be used without admin priviledges. 
There are still many open issues but I'm currently working on this.

thanks and regards
Uwe


nieuwbestand1.lyx
Description: nieuwbestand1.lyx


RE: testers needed for LyX\'s Windows installer

2012-06-06 Thread Rick Blok - LR
I've just checked the computer were I don't have admin rights, and I don't see 
perl.exe in the bin folder, and I also don't have a lib-folder.

Rick

-Original Message-
From: Uwe Stöhr [mailto:uwesto...@web.de] 
Sent: woensdag 6 juni 2012 0:25
To: Rick Blok - LR
Cc: 'lyx-users@lists.lyx.org'
Subject: Re: testers needed for LyX\'s Windows installer

Am 05.06.2012 21:27, schrieb Rick Blok - LR:

 Doesn't work on a computer with admin rights either. I saw that files were 
 added to miktex's bin folder, but when I compile a document with multiple 
 indexes, I see only my text and no indexes.

Not good. But does it work if you reconfigure LyX after updating MiKTeX's file 
name database? Of not, does it work if you rebuild MiKTeX's formats (the button 
below refreshing the database), then refresh the file name database and then 
reconfigure LyX?

If still not working, could you give me a list of new files you see in MiKTeX's 
bin folder and do you have a older named ~\MiKTeX 2.9\miktex\lib which 
contains the subfolders Exporter, File, Getopt, IO and warnings?

Many thanks for helping testing and best regards Uwe


RE: testers needed for LyX\'s Windows installer

2012-06-06 Thread Rick Blok - LR
I've just checked the computer were I don't have admin rights, and I don't see 
perl.exe in the bin folder, and I also don't have a lib-folder.

Rick

-Original Message-
From: Uwe Stöhr [mailto:uwesto...@web.de] 
Sent: woensdag 6 juni 2012 0:25
To: Rick Blok - LR
Cc: 'lyx-users@lists.lyx.org'
Subject: Re: testers needed for LyX\'s Windows installer

Am 05.06.2012 21:27, schrieb Rick Blok - LR:

 Doesn't work on a computer with admin rights either. I saw that files were 
 added to miktex's bin folder, but when I compile a document with multiple 
 indexes, I see only my text and no indexes.

Not good. But does it work if you reconfigure LyX after updating MiKTeX's file 
name database? Of not, does it work if you rebuild MiKTeX's formats (the button 
below refreshing the database), then refresh the file name database and then 
reconfigure LyX?

If still not working, could you give me a list of new files you see in MiKTeX's 
bin folder and do you have a older named ~\MiKTeX 2.9\miktex\lib which 
contains the subfolders Exporter, File, Getopt, IO and warnings?

Many thanks for helping testing and best regards Uwe


RE: testers needed for LyX\'s Windows installer

2012-06-06 Thread Rick Blok - LR
I've just checked the computer were I don't have admin rights, and I don't see 
perl.exe in the bin folder, and I also don't have a lib-folder.

Rick

-Original Message-
From: Uwe Stöhr [mailto:uwesto...@web.de] 
Sent: woensdag 6 juni 2012 0:25
To: Rick Blok - LR
Cc: 'lyx-users@lists.lyx.org'
Subject: Re: testers needed for LyX\'s Windows installer

Am 05.06.2012 21:27, schrieb Rick Blok - LR:

> Doesn't work on a computer with admin rights either. I saw that files were 
> added to miktex's bin folder, but when I compile a document with multiple 
> indexes, I see only my text and no indexes.

Not good. But does it work if you reconfigure LyX after updating MiKTeX's file 
name database? Of not, does it work if you rebuild MiKTeX's formats (the button 
below refreshing the database), then refresh the file name database and then 
reconfigure LyX?

If still not working, could you give me a list of new files you see in MiKTeX's 
bin folder and do you have a older named "~\MiKTeX 2.9\miktex\lib" which 
contains the subfolders Exporter, File, Getopt, IO and warnings?

Many thanks for helping testing and best regards Uwe


RE: testers needed for LyX\'s Windows installer

2012-06-05 Thread Rick Blok - LR
I've noticed the warning in the installer, but I've installed 2.0.3 in the same 
way and I haven't noticed any problems. MikTeX is the portable version and sits 
in a directory were I've got write access. Lyx is using it (got multiple 
versions on the computer) since the right folder is in lyxrc.dist, preferences 
dialog and in tex information, and I've got no latex in my path. I can't see 
any new files in MikTeX's bin folder.

I will try later on a computer were I've got admin privileges.

Kind regards,
Rick Blok


-Original Message-
From: Uwe Stöhr [mailto:uwesto...@web.de] 
Sent: maandag 4 juni 2012 22:56
To: Rick Blok - LR
Cc: 'lyx-users@lists.lyx.org'
Subject: Re: testers needed for LyX\'s Windows installer

Am 04.06.2012 11:23, schrieb Rick Blok - LR:

 I can't seem to get the split indexes feature to work using Miktex portable 
 on win7 w/o admin rights.

The installer in general still requires admin privileges. The problem is in one 
hand Imagemagick and on the other hand MiKTeX. For MiKTeX I did not yet find 
time to check the case that MiKTeX was installed as admin, but LyX not. Then it 
is impossible to enable splitindex and some other features because files like a 
Perl interpreter need to be added to MiKTeX's bin folder. If it was installed 
as admin, LyX installed as user can't write in this directory.

So does it work if you install the test release with admin privileges?

regards Uwe


RE: testers needed for LyX\'s Windows installer

2012-06-05 Thread Rick Blok - LR
Doesn't work on a computer with admin rights either. I saw that files were 
added to miktex's bin folder, but when I compile a document with multiple 
indexes, I see only my text and no indexes. I updated miktex, but that also 
didn't help.

Rick

From: Uwe Stöhr [uwesto...@web.de]
Sent: Monday, June 04, 2012 10:55 PM
To: Rick Blok - LR
Cc: 'lyx-users@lists.lyx.org'
Subject: Re: testers needed for LyX\'s Windows installer

Am 04.06.2012 11:23, schrieb Rick Blok - LR:

 I can't seem to get the split indexes feature to work using Miktex portable 
 on win7 w/o admin rights.

The installer in general still requires admin privileges. The problem is in one 
hand Imagemagick and
on the other hand MiKTeX. For MiKTeX I did not yet find time to check the case 
that MiKTeX was
installed as admin, but LyX not. Then it is impossible to enable splitindex and 
some other features
because files like a Perl interpreter need to be added to MiKTeX's bin folder. 
If it was installed
as admin, LyX installed as user can't write in this directory.

So does it work if you install the test release with admin privileges?

regards Uwe


RE: testers needed for LyX\'s Windows installer

2012-06-05 Thread Rick Blok - LR
I've noticed the warning in the installer, but I've installed 2.0.3 in the same 
way and I haven't noticed any problems. MikTeX is the portable version and sits 
in a directory were I've got write access. Lyx is using it (got multiple 
versions on the computer) since the right folder is in lyxrc.dist, preferences 
dialog and in tex information, and I've got no latex in my path. I can't see 
any new files in MikTeX's bin folder.

I will try later on a computer were I've got admin privileges.

Kind regards,
Rick Blok


-Original Message-
From: Uwe Stöhr [mailto:uwesto...@web.de] 
Sent: maandag 4 juni 2012 22:56
To: Rick Blok - LR
Cc: 'lyx-users@lists.lyx.org'
Subject: Re: testers needed for LyX\'s Windows installer

Am 04.06.2012 11:23, schrieb Rick Blok - LR:

 I can't seem to get the split indexes feature to work using Miktex portable 
 on win7 w/o admin rights.

The installer in general still requires admin privileges. The problem is in one 
hand Imagemagick and on the other hand MiKTeX. For MiKTeX I did not yet find 
time to check the case that MiKTeX was installed as admin, but LyX not. Then it 
is impossible to enable splitindex and some other features because files like a 
Perl interpreter need to be added to MiKTeX's bin folder. If it was installed 
as admin, LyX installed as user can't write in this directory.

So does it work if you install the test release with admin privileges?

regards Uwe


RE: testers needed for LyX\'s Windows installer

2012-06-05 Thread Rick Blok - LR
Doesn't work on a computer with admin rights either. I saw that files were 
added to miktex's bin folder, but when I compile a document with multiple 
indexes, I see only my text and no indexes. I updated miktex, but that also 
didn't help.

Rick

From: Uwe Stöhr [uwesto...@web.de]
Sent: Monday, June 04, 2012 10:55 PM
To: Rick Blok - LR
Cc: 'lyx-users@lists.lyx.org'
Subject: Re: testers needed for LyX\'s Windows installer

Am 04.06.2012 11:23, schrieb Rick Blok - LR:

 I can't seem to get the split indexes feature to work using Miktex portable 
 on win7 w/o admin rights.

The installer in general still requires admin privileges. The problem is in one 
hand Imagemagick and
on the other hand MiKTeX. For MiKTeX I did not yet find time to check the case 
that MiKTeX was
installed as admin, but LyX not. Then it is impossible to enable splitindex and 
some other features
because files like a Perl interpreter need to be added to MiKTeX's bin folder. 
If it was installed
as admin, LyX installed as user can't write in this directory.

So does it work if you install the test release with admin privileges?

regards Uwe


RE: testers needed for LyX\'s Windows installer

2012-06-05 Thread Rick Blok - LR
I've noticed the warning in the installer, but I've installed 2.0.3 in the same 
way and I haven't noticed any problems. MikTeX is the portable version and sits 
in a directory were I've got write access. Lyx is using it (got multiple 
versions on the computer) since the right folder is in lyxrc.dist, preferences 
dialog and in tex information, and I've got no latex in my path. I can't see 
any new files in MikTeX's bin folder.

I will try later on a computer were I've got admin privileges.

Kind regards,
Rick Blok


-Original Message-
From: Uwe Stöhr [mailto:uwesto...@web.de] 
Sent: maandag 4 juni 2012 22:56
To: Rick Blok - LR
Cc: 'lyx-users@lists.lyx.org'
Subject: Re: testers needed for LyX\'s Windows installer

Am 04.06.2012 11:23, schrieb Rick Blok - LR:

> I can't seem to get the split indexes feature to work using Miktex portable 
> on win7 w/o admin rights.

The installer in general still requires admin privileges. The problem is in one 
hand Imagemagick and on the other hand MiKTeX. For MiKTeX I did not yet find 
time to check the case that MiKTeX was installed as admin, but LyX not. Then it 
is impossible to enable splitindex and some other features because files like a 
Perl interpreter need to be added to MiKTeX's bin folder. If it was installed 
as admin, LyX installed as user can't write in this directory.

So does it work if you install the test release with admin privileges?

regards Uwe


RE: testers needed for LyX\'s Windows installer

2012-06-05 Thread Rick Blok - LR
Doesn't work on a computer with admin rights either. I saw that files were 
added to miktex's bin folder, but when I compile a document with multiple 
indexes, I see only my text and no indexes. I updated miktex, but that also 
didn't help.

Rick

From: Uwe Stöhr [uwesto...@web.de]
Sent: Monday, June 04, 2012 10:55 PM
To: Rick Blok - LR
Cc: 'lyx-users@lists.lyx.org'
Subject: Re: testers needed for LyX\'s Windows installer

Am 04.06.2012 11:23, schrieb Rick Blok - LR:

> I can't seem to get the split indexes feature to work using Miktex portable 
> on win7 w/o admin rights.

The installer in general still requires admin privileges. The problem is in one 
hand Imagemagick and
on the other hand MiKTeX. For MiKTeX I did not yet find time to check the case 
that MiKTeX was
installed as admin, but LyX not. Then it is impossible to enable splitindex and 
some other features
because files like a Perl interpreter need to be added to MiKTeX's bin folder. 
If it was installed
as admin, LyX installed as user can't write in this directory.

So does it work if you install the test release with admin privileges?

regards Uwe


testers needed for LyX\'s Windows installer

2012-06-04 Thread Rick Blok - LR
I can't seem to get the split indexes feature to work using Miktex portable on 
win7 w/o admin rights. If I disable multiple indices, pdf output shows an 
index, but it shows only my text when it's enabled.

Dutch spell check works.

Kind regards,
Rick Blok



testers needed for LyX\'s Windows installer

2012-06-04 Thread Rick Blok - LR
I can't seem to get the split indexes feature to work using Miktex portable on 
win7 w/o admin rights. If I disable multiple indices, pdf output shows an 
index, but it shows only my text when it's enabled.

Dutch spell check works.

Kind regards,
Rick Blok



testers needed for LyX\'s Windows installer

2012-06-04 Thread Rick Blok - LR
I can't seem to get the split indexes feature to work using Miktex portable on 
win7 w/o admin rights. If I disable multiple indices, pdf output shows an 
index, but it shows only my text when it's enabled.

Dutch spell check works.

Kind regards,
Rick Blok