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## Re: [Texmacs-dev] Applied patches for version 1.0.1.15

 From: Joris van der Hoeven Subject: Re: [Texmacs-dev] Applied patches for version 1.0.1.15 Date: Tue, 24 Jun 2003 09:13:37 +0200 (CEST)

> > 1439: Applied, but I got some errors when using figures:
> >
> > ------------------------ error -------------------------
> > ! Argument of address@hidden has an extra }.
> > <inserted text>
> >                 \par
> > l.662    \end{array}\right)$.} \]}} > > } > > ------------------------ source ------------------------ > > {\image{\tmfloat{h}{small}{figure}{\quad \epsfig{file=Uconv1.ps} > > \quad}{\label{Uconv1-fig}A region of the form > >$\tmmathbf{\mathcal{H}}_{\tmmathbf{U}} \cdot \tmmathbf{\zeta}$, where > > $\text{\tmmathbf{U}= \left(\begin{array}{cc} > > - \sqrt{1 / 2} & \sqrt{1 / 2}\\ > > - \sqrt{1 / 2} & - \sqrt{1 / 2} > > \end{array}\right).}$}}} > > -------------------------------------------------------- > > Unfortunately, LaTeX does not seem to allow passing  as an argument > to a function. I'm surprised this didn't fail before, since, before my > patch, the LaTeX from such a figure contained > > ... > \caption{$...$} > ... > > which also fails (as I have confirmed). > > Do you think it would be a good idea to force$ \$ instead of 
> inside an argument to a function ?

Does $...$ fail inside general function arguments,
or inside \caption only. What about replacing $...$
by $$...$$ or \begin{equation*} ... \end{equation*}?

> > 1447: Assigned to David; should I apply it, or should David still
> >   make some modifications?
>
> It seems OK to me - minus perhaps the 2D vector stuff, which is probably
> too generic to be in the tmtable.scm file.  However, I don't know where
> that code belongs, but tmtable needs 2d vectors, if it is to do
> cell-level borders.

Let's wait for David to answer what he plans to do.