[OS X TeX] Installing, using xyling

Frederick Hoyt fmhoyt at mail.utexas.edu
Wed Jan 26 13:06:52 EST 2005

On Jan 26, 2005, at 9:47 AM, mark oilcan wrote:

> I don't know the answer, but you can easily find out by converting Mac
> line endings to unix line endings. If you don't know how to do that
> easily use the following command in Terminal:
> perl -pi -e 'tr/\015/\012/' xyps-ps.tex

This did the trick. Thank you.

For anyone else experimenting with xyling in Texshop, I had to remember 
to change the "typesetting" preference to pdftex from 

Also, I wasn't able to get results typesetting from the command line in 
X11. My document has a very simple tree drawn using the xyling \Tree 
command, and the line would not appear. I tried this with the latex, 
pdftex, and xelatex commands. It works ok with Texshop however. That 
suggests that there's something about how I have tetex (Fink-installed) 
in X11 that is insisting on using ghostscript. I'm not sure how to get 
around that. Any suggestions?


Fred Hoyt

Frederick M. Hoyt
Linguistics Department
University of Texas at Austin

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