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Re: TeXSave, TeXForm, etc.

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  • Subject: [mg29787] Re: TeXSave, TeXForm, etc.
  • From: Jens-Peer Kuska <kuska at>
  • Date: Tue, 10 Jul 2001 20:25:27 -0400 (EDT)
  • Organization: Universitaet Leipzig
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can you supply one or two notebooks that show this 
behaviour ?

I would not expect that TeX compile a notebook with out errors
because TeXSave[] try to make a cow from the beef.


John Resler wrote:
> I have visited the mathematica web site in an attempt to correct a
> problem I am having with LaTeX documents generated by mathematica 4.1
> for Students, for Linux.  About half of the time when I do a :
> TeXSave["Test2.tex"] on the current notebook, I get a file created that
> has no output in it. The other half of the time, I get a file saved that
> will not pass a latex compile. I have followed the instructions at the
> web site on editing my init.m file and placing the conversion files in
> the appropriate directory but to no avail. Anybody have any ideas?
> Postscript generation is ok from mathematica but latex has a little
> nicer font setup for math graphics so I wanted to use it for paper
> generation as I am a graduate student and periodically have papers due.
> -John
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