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Re: [Texmacs-dev] Texmacs question

From: Massimiliano Gubinelli
Subject: Re: [Texmacs-dev] Texmacs question
Date: Fri, 11 Dec 2020 22:03:22 +0100

I'm not really sure I understand what you are doing:
1) You need to use the " quotes, not the « ones.
2) where you put this command, exaclty?


ps: as far as I understand it should works since python is invoked via the scheme command:

(define (python-launcher)
  (if (url-exists? "$TEXMACS_HOME_PATH/plugins/tmpy")
      (string-append (python-command) " \""
                     (getenv "TEXMACS_HOME_PATH")
      (string-append (python-command) " \""
                     (getenv "TEXMACS_PATH")

in plugins/python/progs/init-python.scm

On 11. Dec 2020, at 21:50, Pierre-Henri Jondot <phjondot@gmail.com> wrote:

Le 11 déc. 2020 à 21:15, Massimiliano Gubinelli <m.gubinelli@gmail.com> a écrit :

Note that you have to adjust the path to your system (mine was an example).

I am well aware of that.

In my case the command was :
(define (python-command) «/Users/phjo/anaconda3/bin/python »)

I tried python3-command too, to make sure (no change). For me this doesn’t work, the python session uses the (python 3 though, with Big Sur or Catalina) python from macos and not anaconda’s despite this command.




On 11. Dec 2020, at 20:35, Pierre-Henri Jondot <phjondot@gmail.com> wrote:


I encountered the same problem here. Anaconda’s installer edits ~/.bash_profile (I suppose) or ~/.zshrc (for the most recent versions of macos) to prepend the PATH.

That means of course the correct PATH is only available within the terminal.

A simple (not very macos like) solution is to run texmacs from the terminal :
open /Applications/TeXmacs.app

An ugly fix would be to add anaconda’s path on top of /etc/paths (I have no idea what that might break in the future though)

Now I tried the (define (python-command…)), but it didn’t seem to work though…


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