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Re: [Axiom-developer] RE: LaTeX broken

From: Bob McElrath
Subject: Re: [Axiom-developer] RE: LaTeX broken
Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2004 09:40:51 -0700
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Sometime in the last few versions I added the following to the top of
the LatexTemplate I distribute:

  %% This file is used as a python printf() string.  As such, the document we 
  %% trying to render is placed at the location of the percent-s below, and any
  %% comments in this file must be preceeded by TWO percent signs.

I'm not so fond of using LatexTemplate as a python printf string, and
would happily entertain other suggestions.

Secondly, when upgrading LatexWiki or ZWiki, one should run the
/upgradeAll method on the site, which will cause all pages to be
re-rendered.  If you get the latex alignment problem that we discussed
fixed, I suggest you delete the contents of the var/LatexWiki directory
(where the png's are), and run /upgradeAll, which will cause LatexWiki
to regenerate its images.

For a single page the method is /clearCache.  Run them like by appending
/upgradeAll or /clearCache to any wiki page like this:

Note that upgradeAll may take some time when your wiki becomes large,
especially when rendering lots of latex and axiom expressions!  I hope
to further improve the speed of ZWiki itself in the future.

Bill Page address@hidden wrote:
> Bertfried,
> Maybe you were talking about your web page on the "test"
> version at
> I just tried it and yes, it did not appear correctly. The
> problem was that when I split the original version of the
> Axiom portal into two versions - one for general use and
> one for testing and development - I forgot that I had to
> regenerate any of the previously existing pages.
> What I just did was click Edit on this page, make a simple
> change that forces LatexWiki to regenerate the page, and
> click Save. Now it seems to look ok.
> Is it ok for you now (on both page.axiom-developer and
> on test.axiom-developer)?
Bob McElrath [Univ. of California at Davis, Department of Physics]
    It is unpatriotic to question the Kleptocracy.

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