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Re: [Bug-AUCTeX] 11.81; Strange language 'German'

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: [Bug-AUCTeX] 11.81; Strange language 'German'
Date: Tue, 04 Oct 2005 14:08:24 +0200
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Peter Dyballa <address@hidden> writes:

> Am 04.10.2005 um 10:11 schrieb Ralf Angeli:
>>> Package babel Warning: No hyphenation patterns were loaded for
>>> (babel)                the language `German'
>>> (babel)                I will use the patterns loaded for \language=0
>>> instead.
>> It doesn't fail here.  That's just a warning.  Maybe the installation
>> of your TeX system is broken.  I'd check that with a minimal example
>> file and a regular LaTeX run, not preview-latex.
> No, my teTeX 3.0 based system works correctly. Otherwise it could have
> failed during making of AUCTeX 11.81. Chances are that my TeX system
> is partly broken because I am kind of a beta tester of what Gerben
> Wierda releases, and I don't have enough test cases ... but it seems
> to work right.
> At least I think \language=0 is not appropriate. A more contents
> sensible approach looks more sensible.

Well, tough luck.  Then fix your teTeX installation.  preview-latex
certainly does not fiddle with the language settings.

>> [...]
>>> No file _region_.aux.
>>> Preview: Fontsize 10pt
>>> Preview: PDFoutput 1
>>>   !name(circ.tex) !offset(-17)
>>> ! You can't use `\raise' in vertical mode.
>>> \put (#1,#2)#3->address@hidden \raise
>>>                                    #2\unitlength address@hidden@ \z@ {\kern
>>> #1\unitle...
>>> l.40   \put(0,0){\line(0,1){\ones}}
>> Here is the error.
>> Since you omitted a description of what you were doing to produce the
>> error, I had to experiment in order to reproduce it.  The only way I
>> could see it was to run `preview-region' on a part of the preamble
>> (which the "!offset(-17)" message indicates).
>> How do you expect a part of the preamble to be previewed?
> The region I marked up looked to be valid LaTeX code, so I assumed
> preview-latex could change it into a graphic insert ...

Looks like you marked up something inside of a macro definition.
Would not seem like the best candidate to turn into a working preview.

David Kastrup, Kriemhildstr. 15, 44793 Bochum

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