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Re: [Texmacs-dev] qt-texmacs not displaying documents well in ubuntu 9.1
Re: [Texmacs-dev] qt-texmacs not displaying documents well in ubuntu 9.10
Tue, 3 Nov 2009 15:34:56 +0100
On 3 nov. 09, at 15:05, Philippe Joyez wrote:
I have tried Texmacs, and I really love the equation editor - the
best I've used so far. However, I am really annoyed by some non-
editing behavior of Texmacs, like not deleting a selection when you
over it. I saw in this list that some patching has been going on in
area, lately. I'm also looking forward to more standard dialog
So, I decided to try compiling the Qt version and see how usable it
be. (Further down I'd like to implement some kind of exporting an
to svg via the clipboard, in order to be able to use texmacs for
posters and presentations.)
So I grabbed the svn and compiled it on my ubuntu 9.10 AMD64.
As a result I can launch the program (apparently with no errors, at
the console), but there is no page on the screen before I actually
something, and then, the width of the page grows with the text I
could load a previous document, and all words appear aligned left,
line on a very narrow page... (most documents generate tons of
crash the program, though). I probably miss some crucial dependency,
not using the appropriate version of something, but I can't figure
alone, I'm afraid.
the bug you describe keep reappearing and it is probably due to a
bad interaction of TeXmacs with the Qt libraries installed in your
Could you tell us the version of Qt you are using?
Unfortunately it is still not clear to us if this bug is due to
TeXmacs or to Qt. In many installations the Qt version works very well
but in some (included the last Qt 4.6 under Mac) we have this very
unpleasant bug which keeps reappearing. We planned some efforts to
provide within a month or two a beta version of TeXmacs/Qt which
should be usable on most systems so we hope to remove this bug in this
Can someone kindly point to me instructions for compiling a working
qt-texmacs for linux, please?
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