Environments in TeXStudio

Anonymous
2012-03-12
2012-10-17
  • Anonymous - 2012-03-12

    This document
    \documentclass{article}
    \usepackage{amsthm}
    \newtheorem{lemma}{Lemma}
    \newcommand{\mycommand}{Here is the command}
    \begin{document}
    \begin{lemma}
    Here is the lemma
    \end{lemma}
    \mycommand
    \end{document}

    is perfectly compiled but the problem is that TeXStudio says that
    \begin{lemma} \end{lemma} are unrecognized commands when I put the pointer on
    them and they have an horrible orange background (I know how to disable this
    but I don't want to because that feature is useful). The same happens when I
    define another environments. I often define a couple of theorem environments.

    But the strange thing is that when I define a new command, TeXStudio does
    recognize it and the autocompletion feature works with both the new command
    and the new theorem environments (when I write \begin{lem a box is shown with
    my new environment which is cool).

    I'd like that TeXStudio recognize my environments.

     
  • Jan  Sundermeyer

    Jan Sundermeyer - 2012-03-13

    works in the svn version.
    Which version of txs do you use ?

     
  • Anonymous - 2012-03-14

    TeXstudio 2.3 for Windows. I'm using Windows XP.

     
  • Anonymous - 2012-03-14

    this picture is very ilustrative:

     
  • Anonymous - 2012-03-14

    Now it's working very well. It seems that there is a problem with the current
    version.

     
  • Anonymous - 2012-03-14


    wrong URL :)

     
  • Thiago

    Thiago - 2012-03-30

    Hi. I use TeXstudio 2.3 (SVN ??) Using Qt Version 4.7.4, compiled with Qt
    4.7.4 R and I also have this problem.

    I use lubuntu 11.10. Any idea?
    Regards.

     
  • Jan  Sundermeyer

    Jan Sundermeyer - 2012-03-31

    either you compile the latest txs version out of the subversion repository or
    you wait for the next release ...

     
  • Thiago

    Thiago - 2012-03-31

    ERROR! The markdown supplied could not be parsed correctly. Did you forget to surround a code snippet with "~~~~"?

    Could you, please, send me the newest link to get the source files to compile?  
    I checked here  
    [https://sourceforge.net/projects/texstudio/files/texstudio/TeXstudio%20SVN/](
    https://sourceforge.net/projects/texstudio/files/texstudio/TeXstudio%20SVN/)  
      
    But I don't use mac neither windows and the deb file on the link is for 64bit.
    I use 32bit.  
      
    Tks for attention.  
    
    
     
  • Jan  Sundermeyer

    Jan Sundermeyer - 2012-03-31

    to avoid further questions:

    make sure following packages are installed:
    build-essential
    libqt4-devel
    libpoppler-qt4-dev
    subversion

    generate a directory where you want to compile txs.
    Open a terminal and change into that directory.
    "svn co https://texstudio.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/texstudio/trunk ."

    "qmake texstudio.pro"

    "make -j 4" (for 4 core cpu)

    start texstudio by typing "./texstudio"

     

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