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RE: [Texmacs-dev] Patch for axiom plugin: line-breaking algorithm & supp
RE: [Texmacs-dev] Patch for axiom plugin: line-breaking algorithm & support of both NAG and free Axiom
Fri, 31 Oct 2003 15:54:47 -0500
Can you upload this new version to the files section
at Savannah? Maybe as version 1.0.3 or such?
Also, if you do upload it to the files section, let me
know if you have any problem with access restrictions.
A couple of days ago I had trouble trying to add the
static build tar.gz file to a directory that you had
previously set up. I thought at first that it might be
a space problem so I tried to remove one of the older
binary files. But Savannah did not let me do it. I
ended up just creating another directory and everything
uploaded properly. I am not sure whether I did something
wrong or not.
Do you think we should make a place for this in the
Axiom CVS or will the TeXmacs people take this on?
There was also another modification recently providing
a command line option to tm_axiom which specified either
one or two prompts. With this change to AXIOMsys, that
option should not longer be necessary, right?
I think the question of line-breaking: tm_axiom vs. TeXmacs
is still an active issue. And there are some bugs in the
line-break code in this new version of tm_axiom. Should we
track these bugs as part of the Axiom project?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: address@hidden
> On Behalf Of David MENTRE
> Sent: Friday, October 31, 2003 2:05 PM
> To: address@hidden
> Cc: address@hidden
> Subject: [Texmacs-dev] Patch for axiom plugin: line-breaking
> algorithm & support of both NAG and free Axiom
> Here is a patch against TeXmacs 18.104.22.168 axiom plugin that
> - support of both free and NAG versions of Axiom (only tested
> on the free Axiom, I have not access to the NAG version)
> - inclusion of a line-breaking algorithm
> - modification on prompt handling to interact correctly with
> Please notice that this patch will work only with releases of
> Axiom starting from current CVS tree. Older Axiom (like those
> found precompiled on Axiom web site) won't work.
> Most of the work of this patch comes from Bill Page.
> Let me know of any issue with this patch.