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Re: octave in auctex latex emacs

From: martin_helm
Subject: Re: octave in auctex latex emacs
Date: Wed, 15 Apr 2009 15:08:16 -0700 (PDT)

feldmaus wrote:
> Thomas Weber schrieb:
>> On Wed, Apr 15, 2009 at 05:40:50PM +0200, Markus Feldmann wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>> i am writing my diploma. Therefore i am in need of
>>> some examples with octave and gnuplot. It would be nice
>>> if there is a possibility to insert the octave commands
>>> directly into my diploma report, so that the plots
>>> will be updated every time i change some variables.
>>> Or maybe i can make it non-updateable with some latex parameters.
>>> :-)
>>> Is this possible ?
>> I would go the other way round:
>> 1) Write your .m files which save the pictures into well-defined files.
>> 2) Include these .m files into LaTeX (there are some syntax highlighter
>> for LaTeX available).
>> 3) Create your .dvi or .pdf files via a Makefile that first calls the .m
>> files via Octave and LaTeX afterwards.
>> I don't think you want to re-create your figures every time you run
>> LaTeX.
>>      Thomas
> Is there a octave or programming code highligthing in latex ?
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There is a package named "highlight" which can convert source code into
highlighted output for latex. 
It is available in my linux distribution so I guess it is also included in
other distributions and also for 

- mh

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