One other thing to try is the CRAN brew package (in place of Sweave).  Perhaps
its syntax works even with no change to txt2tags?

On Tue, Jan 13, 2009 at 10:21 AM, David Hajage <dhajag...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Oh, thank you, that is exactly what I want. I will try it and tell you.
>
> I was thinking to be alone with this problem, so I've been working on this :
> http://github.com/eusebe/r2t2t/tree/master
>
> If you use R, you can try :
>  - download all files
>  - launch R
>  - write this :
>
> source("load.r")
> Sweave("example.Rnw", RweaveT2t())
>
> A example.t2t file should appear. You can convert it with txt2tags.
>
> I don't know if there is a need for this, since the new mark ''' exists...
>
> 2009/1/13 Aurélio Jargas <ve...@aurelio.net>
>>
>> Welcome David!
>>
>> There's the raw mark:
>>
>> """
>> protected text
>> """
>>
>> But besides the txt2tags marks are not interpreted inside this block
>> (as bold or italics), the < is still escaped as $<$, because tex needs
>> it to be escaped, and txt2tags must generate valid tex code on the
>> output.
>>
>> You can use the new (to be released) tagged mark, which won't change
>> anything in your text:
>>
>> '''
>> <<<options>>>=
>> ...
>> @
>> '''
>>
>> You'll need to get the development code at
>> http://txt2tags.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/txt2tags.
>>
>> Tell us any problem!
>>
>>
>>
>> On Wed, Jan 7, 2009 at 07:51, David Hajage <dhajag...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Hello txt2tags users and developpers.
>> >
>> > I've just discovered txt2tags, and I absolutely love this program !
>> > Thank
>> > you very much !
>> >
>> > I'm also an R user (R is a free software environment for statistical
>> > computing and graphics : http://www.r-project.org/). R has a fantastic
>> > tool
>> > called Sweave. With Sweave, you can write a LaTeX or HTML document,
>> > include
>> > in it some R statistical code, and Sweave can replace R code by results.
>> >
>> > Example for latex document :
>> > \documentclass{...}
>> > \begin{document}
>> >
>> > blablalba
>> >
>> > Some R code :
>> > <<options>>=
>> > 2+2
>> > @
>> >
>> > \end{document}
>> >
>> > Everything between <<options>>= and @ will be replace by the result :
>> >> 2+2
>> > [1] 4
>> > and the rest of the file (text and latex markup) doesn't change.
>> >
>> > I would like to use txt2tags to write my report. With txt2tags, I will
>> > be
>> > able to convert my report in latex or in html, then run Sweave on it to
>> > replace R code by results.
>> >
>> > I tried, but there is a problem : txt2tags transforms <<options>>= and R
>> > code into something else.
>> >
>> > Example :
>> > Before txt2tags :
>> > <<options>>=
>> > 2+2 < 5
>> > @
>> > After txt2tags (latex)
>> > $<$$<$options$>$$>$=
>> > 2+2 $<$ 5
>> > @
>> >
>> > Before txt2tags :
>> > <<options>>=
>> > 2+2 < 5
>> >
>> > @
>> >
>> > After txt2tags (latex) :
>> > \begin{verbatim}
>> >
>> > <<options>>=
>> > 2+2 < 5
>> > @
>> > \end{verbatim}
>> > After txt2tags (xhtml)
>> >
>> > <pre>
>> >   &lt;&lt;options&gt;&gt;=
>> >   2+2 &lt; 5
>> >   @
>> > </pre>
>> >
>> > Thus, I would like to know if there is a way (a markup ?) to protect
>> > some
>> > text from any transformation by txt2tags. I don't have other example in
>> > mind, but I think this feature could be helpfull in some situation.
>> >
>> > Thank you for reading me, and thank you very much for this tool.
>> >
>> > Best regards.
>> >
>> > David Hajage
>> >
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