[OS X TeX] Optimal Solution for an asymptotemk engine
Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Sun Apr 11 11:59:45 EDT 2010
Am 11.04.2010 um 14:43 schrieb Herbert Schulz:
> I'd guess the pdftex runs have something to do with creating the
> final pdf files since it must be producing a latex file of some sort
> as an intermediate state given that you can tell asymptote about
> necessary latex commands you wish to be embedded. On the other
> hand... I know nothing about the internal operation of asy.
Run asy with the -k command line option! This will make it *keep* all
intermediate files. And some of them *are* TEX files...
The LLVM-GCC 4.2 gives a lot of errors. A little bit of optimisation (-
O1) and two C++ source files do not compile (util.cc, settings.cc).
And a fault with the Boehm Garbage Collector library exists, which
also be caused by my LDFLAGS settings.
At least I could produce some MB of output running asy under dtruss
The files which yesterday a 'sudo make install' installed inside TeX
Live were installed outside, were installed inside the local tree in:
And the ls-R files were updated. Not that bad!
If all else fails read the instructions.
- Donald Knuth
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