Re: lyx/pdflatex pstrick

2010-07-16 Thread Manveru
2010/7/16 Artimess artim...@gmail.com:
 Thanks Manveru,
 I do appreciate your help.  Yes I took your advise and looked at Tikz, yes
 indeed it works fine with latexpdf and although somewhat complicated to
 understand at the beginning, by trail and error I managed to produce almost
 what I needed.
 Artimess

 On Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 12:24 PM, Manveru manv...@manveru.pl wrote:

 2010/7/15 Artimess artim...@gmail.com:
  Hi All,
 
  I am having no success on including some pstrick code as I always get
  errors.  If I just put the code in a normal documet and do:
  latex -dvi2pdf then it works.
  It seems to me that pdflatex has some issues with pstricks.  Is there
  any
  work around for it?
  Thanks
  Artimess
 
  ps:The sample code that I am using is.  yes, I have pstrick and pstree
  in my
  preamble
 
  \pstree[radius=3pt]{\Toval{root}}{\TC * \TC* \TC* \TC*}

 One thing needs to be understand and remembered: pdflatex does not
 understand POSTSCRIPT. So everything further is a little bit tricky.

 Please read: http://www.coli.uni-saarland.de/~fouvry/how-do-I.html
 It may help you understand what you need to have PSTricks working with
 your LaTeX document. I've tried, but getting results is very heavy and
 time consuming tasks.

 And, what is worth mention here, LyX does not support such trickery
 execution of different types of LaTeX compilers. Some --shell-escape
 added to pdflatex invocation helps with pst-pdf, but I could cause
 pdflatex to crash every time you do not use PSTrick in your document.

 In general, worth to try, but everyday usefulness in minor in my opinion.

 On the other hand I heard Tikz gives good results with pdflatex:
 http://www.texample.net/tikz/ but I hadn't chance to try.

It is nice to be helpful. I am glad you were able to express your
thoughts on paper using LyX and other LaTeX tools :-)

Next time, please, keep the list informed about your success or
failures. This is general rule that we all try to keep public
communication on the list still public. Thanks.

-- 
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Re: lyx/pdflatex pstrick

2010-07-16 Thread Manveru
2010/7/16 Artimess artim...@gmail.com:
 Thanks Manveru,
 I do appreciate your help.  Yes I took your advise and looked at Tikz, yes
 indeed it works fine with latexpdf and although somewhat complicated to
 understand at the beginning, by trail and error I managed to produce almost
 what I needed.
 Artimess

 On Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 12:24 PM, Manveru manv...@manveru.pl wrote:

 2010/7/15 Artimess artim...@gmail.com:
  Hi All,
 
  I am having no success on including some pstrick code as I always get
  errors.  If I just put the code in a normal documet and do:
  latex -dvi2pdf then it works.
  It seems to me that pdflatex has some issues with pstricks.  Is there
  any
  work around for it?
  Thanks
  Artimess
 
  ps:The sample code that I am using is.  yes, I have pstrick and pstree
  in my
  preamble
 
  \pstree[radius=3pt]{\Toval{root}}{\TC * \TC* \TC* \TC*}

 One thing needs to be understand and remembered: pdflatex does not
 understand POSTSCRIPT. So everything further is a little bit tricky.

 Please read: http://www.coli.uni-saarland.de/~fouvry/how-do-I.html
 It may help you understand what you need to have PSTricks working with
 your LaTeX document. I've tried, but getting results is very heavy and
 time consuming tasks.

 And, what is worth mention here, LyX does not support such trickery
 execution of different types of LaTeX compilers. Some --shell-escape
 added to pdflatex invocation helps with pst-pdf, but I could cause
 pdflatex to crash every time you do not use PSTrick in your document.

 In general, worth to try, but everyday usefulness in minor in my opinion.

 On the other hand I heard Tikz gives good results with pdflatex:
 http://www.texample.net/tikz/ but I hadn't chance to try.

It is nice to be helpful. I am glad you were able to express your
thoughts on paper using LyX and other LaTeX tools :-)

Next time, please, keep the list informed about your success or
failures. This is general rule that we all try to keep public
communication on the list still public. Thanks.

-- 
Manveru
jabber: manv...@manveru.pl
 gg: 1624001
   http://www.manveru.pl


Re: lyx/pdflatex pstrick

2010-07-16 Thread Manveru
2010/7/16 Artimess :
> Thanks Manveru,
> I do appreciate your help.  Yes I took your advise and looked at Tikz, yes
> indeed it works fine with latexpdf and although somewhat complicated to
> understand at the beginning, by trail and error I managed to produce almost
> what I needed.
> Artimess
>
> On Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 12:24 PM, Manveru  wrote:
>>
>> 2010/7/15 Artimess :
>> > Hi All,
>> >
>> > I am having no success on including some pstrick code as I always get
>> > errors.  If I just put the code in a normal documet and do:
>> > latex ->dvi2pdf then it works.
>> > It seems to me that pdflatex has some issues with pstricks.  Is there
>> > any
>> > work around for it?
>> > Thanks
>> > Artimess
>> >
>> > ps:The sample code that I am using is.  yes, I have pstrick and pstree
>> > in my
>> > preamble
>> >
>> > \pstree[radius=3pt]{\Toval{root}}{\TC * \TC* \TC* \TC*}
>>
>> One thing needs to be understand and remembered: pdflatex does not
>> understand POSTSCRIPT. So everything further is a little bit tricky.
>>
>> Please read: http://www.coli.uni-saarland.de/~fouvry/how-do-I.html
>> It may help you understand what you need to have PSTricks working with
>> your LaTeX document. I've tried, but getting results is very heavy and
>> time consuming tasks.
>>
>> And, what is worth mention here, LyX does not support such trickery
>> execution of different types of LaTeX compilers. Some --shell-escape
>> added to pdflatex invocation helps with pst-pdf, but I could cause
>> pdflatex to crash every time you do not use PSTrick in your document.
>>
>> In general, worth to try, but everyday usefulness in minor in my opinion.
>>
>> On the other hand I heard Tikz gives good results with pdflatex:
>> http://www.texample.net/tikz/ but I hadn't chance to try.

It is nice to be helpful. I am glad you were able to express your
thoughts on paper using LyX and other LaTeX tools :-)

Next time, please, keep the list informed about your success or
failures. This is general rule that we all try to keep public
communication on the list still public. Thanks.

-- 
Manveru
jabber: manv...@manveru.pl
 gg: 1624001
   http://www.manveru.pl


lyx/pdflatex pstrick

2010-07-15 Thread Artimess
Hi All,

I am having no success on including some pstrick code as I always get
errors.  If I just put the code in a normal documet and do:
latex -dvi2pdf then it works.
It seems to me that pdflatex has some issues with pstricks.  Is there any
work around for it?
Thanks
Artimess

ps:The sample code that I am using is.  yes, I have pstrick and pstree in my
preamble

\pstree[radius=3pt]{\Toval{root}}{\TC * \TC* \TC* \TC*}


Re: lyx/pdflatex pstrick

2010-07-15 Thread Manveru
2010/7/15 Artimess artim...@gmail.com:
 Hi All,

 I am having no success on including some pstrick code as I always get
 errors.  If I just put the code in a normal documet and do:
 latex -dvi2pdf then it works.
 It seems to me that pdflatex has some issues with pstricks.  Is there any
 work around for it?
 Thanks
 Artimess

 ps:The sample code that I am using is.  yes, I have pstrick and pstree in my
 preamble

 \pstree[radius=3pt]{\Toval{root}}{\TC * \TC* \TC* \TC*}

One thing needs to be understand and remembered: pdflatex does not
understand POSTSCRIPT. So everything further is a little bit tricky.

Please read: http://www.coli.uni-saarland.de/~fouvry/how-do-I.html
It may help you understand what you need to have PSTricks working with
your LaTeX document. I've tried, but getting results is very heavy and
time consuming tasks.

And, what is worth mention here, LyX does not support such trickery
execution of different types of LaTeX compilers. Some --shell-escape
added to pdflatex invocation helps with pst-pdf, but I could cause
pdflatex to crash every time you do not use PSTrick in your document.

In general, worth to try, but everyday usefulness in minor in my opinion.

On the other hand I heard Tikz gives good results with pdflatex:
http://www.texample.net/tikz/ but I hadn't chance to try.


-- 
Manveru
jabber: manv...@manveru.pl
 gg: 1624001
   http://www.manveru.pl


lyx/pdflatex pstrick

2010-07-15 Thread Artimess
Hi All,

I am having no success on including some pstrick code as I always get
errors.  If I just put the code in a normal documet and do:
latex -dvi2pdf then it works.
It seems to me that pdflatex has some issues with pstricks.  Is there any
work around for it?
Thanks
Artimess

ps:The sample code that I am using is.  yes, I have pstrick and pstree in my
preamble

\pstree[radius=3pt]{\Toval{root}}{\TC * \TC* \TC* \TC*}


Re: lyx/pdflatex pstrick

2010-07-15 Thread Manveru
2010/7/15 Artimess artim...@gmail.com:
 Hi All,

 I am having no success on including some pstrick code as I always get
 errors.  If I just put the code in a normal documet and do:
 latex -dvi2pdf then it works.
 It seems to me that pdflatex has some issues with pstricks.  Is there any
 work around for it?
 Thanks
 Artimess

 ps:The sample code that I am using is.  yes, I have pstrick and pstree in my
 preamble

 \pstree[radius=3pt]{\Toval{root}}{\TC * \TC* \TC* \TC*}

One thing needs to be understand and remembered: pdflatex does not
understand POSTSCRIPT. So everything further is a little bit tricky.

Please read: http://www.coli.uni-saarland.de/~fouvry/how-do-I.html
It may help you understand what you need to have PSTricks working with
your LaTeX document. I've tried, but getting results is very heavy and
time consuming tasks.

And, what is worth mention here, LyX does not support such trickery
execution of different types of LaTeX compilers. Some --shell-escape
added to pdflatex invocation helps with pst-pdf, but I could cause
pdflatex to crash every time you do not use PSTrick in your document.

In general, worth to try, but everyday usefulness in minor in my opinion.

On the other hand I heard Tikz gives good results with pdflatex:
http://www.texample.net/tikz/ but I hadn't chance to try.


-- 
Manveru
jabber: manv...@manveru.pl
 gg: 1624001
   http://www.manveru.pl


lyx/pdflatex pstrick

2010-07-15 Thread Artimess
Hi All,

I am having no success on including some pstrick code as I always get
errors.  If I just put the code in a normal documet and do:
latex ->dvi2pdf then it works.
It seems to me that pdflatex has some issues with pstricks.  Is there any
work around for it?
Thanks
Artimess

ps:The sample code that I am using is.  yes, I have pstrick and pstree in my
preamble

\pstree[radius=3pt]{\Toval{root}}{\TC * \TC* \TC* \TC*}


Re: lyx/pdflatex pstrick

2010-07-15 Thread Manveru
2010/7/15 Artimess :
> Hi All,
>
> I am having no success on including some pstrick code as I always get
> errors.  If I just put the code in a normal documet and do:
> latex ->dvi2pdf then it works.
> It seems to me that pdflatex has some issues with pstricks.  Is there any
> work around for it?
> Thanks
> Artimess
>
> ps:The sample code that I am using is.  yes, I have pstrick and pstree in my
> preamble
>
> \pstree[radius=3pt]{\Toval{root}}{\TC * \TC* \TC* \TC*}

One thing needs to be understand and remembered: pdflatex does not
understand POSTSCRIPT. So everything further is a little bit tricky.

Please read: http://www.coli.uni-saarland.de/~fouvry/how-do-I.html
It may help you understand what you need to have PSTricks working with
your LaTeX document. I've tried, but getting results is very heavy and
time consuming tasks.

And, what is worth mention here, LyX does not support such trickery
execution of different types of LaTeX compilers. Some --shell-escape
added to pdflatex invocation helps with pst-pdf, but I could cause
pdflatex to crash every time you do not use PSTrick in your document.

In general, worth to try, but everyday usefulness in minor in my opinion.

On the other hand I heard Tikz gives good results with pdflatex:
http://www.texample.net/tikz/ but I hadn't chance to try.


-- 
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