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Tue, 4 Sep 2001 10:49:26 +0200 (MET DST)
On Mon, 3 Sep 2001, Basile STARYNKEVITCH wrote:
> >>>>> "Oliver" == Oliver Bandel <address@hidden> writes:
> Oliver> So: what do I have to do to get lout 3.24 working?
> Perhaps you should rename the previous /usr/local/lout/lib or whatever
> LIBDIR you have in your lout-3.24/makefile
> then make clean; make; make install
Oh, I've done all such installing-procedures many times in
> But I might guess incorrectly your problem. Your problem description
> is really too incomplete. Consider puttting on a publicly available
> URL your faulty document. Also, remove all lout generated files,
> including lout.li, in the directory containing your document.
Well, it seems, that I only had a problem in my
I had put a comment-character (#) in front of the line,
where I included the "mydoc"-file. The mydoc-file
was a copy of one of lout's default-config-files,
which produce the default-layout. I needed it because of
adapting lout to my personnel preferences.
With the new lout, I saw the fontdefs-error and so
I put the comment-character in front of that line.
But I have forgotten to remove the comment-char in
front of the SysInclude of the "doc"-file.
So, it was my error, not lout's.
So, sorry for that unneeded trouble here.
P.S.: For easier installation, I added some things like
mkdir -p $(BINDIR)
in the makefile.
Maybe it can be added to the regular makefile. I think
that jeff may add this...?!
Maybe it is useful to put a "BASEDIR" into the definitions
of the BINDIR, LIBDIR, MANDIR, DOCDIR, so that adaption
to personnel preferences is easier.
Typesetting? Markup? Using graphics from within your document?
Easy extensible language?
- Errors?, Raúl Núñez de Arenas Coronado, 2001/09/03
- Re: Errors?,
Oliver Bandel <=