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Re: [AUCTeX] preview crashes

From: nusret
Subject: Re: [AUCTeX] preview crashes
Date: Wed, 26 Jul 2006 22:36:05 -0700 (PDT)

I sent a more detailed message, but it apparently
awaits the moderator's approval (I attached a harmless
tex file from amsmath distribution to serve as a
Please developers have a look.

--- nusret <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hi,
> I compiled the very latest auctex and emacs CVS
> versions (as of yesterday). I previously wrote up
> some
> excerpts from a book by Prof. Folland using a
> preamble
> generated by a different program, by using an
> ordiary
> text editor (just to hone my latex skills). When I
> load the file in Emacs, as long as I don't generate
> previews everything is fine. However, if I generate
> previews and fool around the document for a while,
> or
> try to customize preferences, etc. within a couple
> of
> minutes emacs just crashes.
> Unfortunately I cannot pinpoint what the problem is,
> but it certainly destabilizes emacs to generate
> preview images with that document.
> I use latest cvs versions on windows xp. I can send
> the file, but since that may violate copyrights to
> post such a file (it is about 12 pages from a book I
> borrowed from the university library) on web, I
> cannot
> do it unless a developer contacts me in private via
> my
> email which is nubalci_l AT yahoo DOT com. Or you
> can
> tell me what you suggest to pinpoint such a problem
> if
> you don't want to do that. Is preview-latex supposed
> to be a robust program, or is it something
> experimental? here it is extremely unstable...
> Regards and thanks for your attention,
> Nusret
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