You've caught me at an opportune time: I just installed Linux and I'm
working out the kinks in the system (pronounced "learning how to use
Linux") before I install XEmacs and some other stuff.
I'll report back to you once I get it going.
Joel J. Adamson
Pediatric Psychopharmacology Research
Massachusetts General Hospital
55 Fruit St., Warren 637
Boston, MA 02114
David Kastrup wrote:
Bernt Guldbrandtsen <address@hidden> writes:
David Kastrup <dak <at> gnu.org> writes:
"Joel J. Adamson" <jadamson <at> partners.org> writes:
When I hit the LaTeX button, I can format files when they're
open/saved in the MiKTeX directory (or any subdirectory), but nowhere
else; I did it hierarchically saving the input file in
C:\Miktex2.5\tex\latex\base\, then C:\Miktex2.5\tex\latex\, then
C:\Miktex2.5\tex\, then C:\Miktex2.5\, then C:\, which is when it
customize-group' `AUCTEX', but everything seems to be the same.
Let me know what I"m missing or where I need to look in the manual.
Are the MikTeX binaries in your PATH variable? Namely, can you open a
command line window, change to an arbitrary directory, and call
on the command line without getting "Command not found" or similar?
I see the exact same thing. After updating to MikTeX 2.5 running anything from
XEmacs under AUCTeX fails with the following error message:
Windows XP2 fully updated
XEmacs 21.4.19; January 2006
MiKTeX 2.5 fully updated
Could both of you (assuming that both use XEmacs) check out the
current development snapshot of the XEmacs package at
This is supposed to work, including the use of preview-latex. I
checked in some fixes in order to address the problems.
Followups to address@hidden.