Asymptote

Anonymous
2010-06-16
2012-10-17
  • Anonymous - 2010-06-16

    Hello

    a message to ask if there are any developments planned in the next version, to
    facilitate the use of Asymptote.

    Can we expect to have opportunities for early compilation (pdflatex /
    Asymptote / pdflatex) as in the official version?

    Would it be difficult to have syntax highlighting for files Asy? The keyword
    lists already exist for other software.

    I have other requests but I start with the essential. :-))

    Gaétan M.

     
  • Benito van der Zander

    Hi,
    Yes, this on the todo list, since Texmaker added it.
    But I don't know when we will implement it (I never used asymptote,
    so I don't miss this feature)

    Benito

     
  • Anonymous - 2010-06-25

    Hello

    Denis (the author of the previous topic of this forum) is the organizer each
    year, an internship (in LaTeX): This year, he used TexMakerX with trainees.
    Next year, I will intervene in this internship, to speak from Asymptote ...
    and it would be very useful for beginners (50-100) can use the same editor for
    LaTeX and Asymptote.

    The important points for me are:
    1. to can convince that you can easily make three compilations (pdflatex-asymptote-pdflatex) by pressing or clicking a button.
    2. to can easily compile a file *. asy, ... as is possible for metapost.

    So ... thank you in advance ... it would be nice for new users of LaTeX,
    Asymptote ... and TexMakerX.

    Gaétan M.

     
  • Jan  Sundermeyer

    Jan Sundermeyer - 2010-06-28

    is implemented in in svn revision 1004.
    Could you give it a try ?

     
  • Anonymous - 2010-07-03

    I do not have pc with linux at this moment, and I have never compiled the svn
    version of software with the system Windows7
    so I'm not going to test now, but I will not forget to test it later.
    Thank you.

     


Anonymous

Cancel  Add attachments





Get latest updates about Open Source Projects, Conferences and News.

Sign up for the SourceForge newsletter:

JavaScript is required for this form.





No, thanks