[OS X TeX] Sysquake for LaTeX (and TeXShop)
alain.matthes at mac.com
Sat Mar 28 12:49:58 EDT 2009
Le 28 mars 09 à 15:40, Alain Schremmer a écrit :
> On Mar 28, 2009, at 8:35 AM, Alain Matthes wrote:
>> Le 28 mars 09 à 09:03, Ramón Figueroa-Centeno a écrit :
>>> I am exploring Sysquake for LaTeX (Download it here <http://www.calerga.com/products/SQLx/index.html
>>> >). It is quite powerful. The syntax is (AFAIK) the same as
>>> MATLAB's, which makes it great for teaching linear algebra.
>>> Now, it requires every document to be typeset twice, so I wrote a
>>> TeXShop engine for it:
>> thanks! very interesting et useful
> I agree.
> It also proves that if you wait long enough, you may not have to do
> what you had to do which, in my case. was to figure out how to get
> to use gnuplot to work.
the new version (beta) of gnuplot 4.3 patchlevel 0 is fine.
You need to compile the sources but it's possible. Now this version
with utf8 encoding
If you don't want some problems, gnuplot 4.2 is easy more easy to
and you have the possibility to use gnuplot with tikz.
But sysquake seems to be more easy to install and to use.
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