[OS X TeX] --shell-escape

Jean-Claude DE SOZA jeanclaudedesoza at orange.fr
Mon Jul 19 15:24:55 EDT 2010

Bonjour Antonio,

I typeset your TeX file in TeXShop and our log files are identical but I have all the *.table files generated.
Typesetting with pdflatex in Terminal produces a PDF file and all the *.table files with no problem.

Jean-Claude DE SOZA

Le 19 juil. 2010 à 20:52, Antonio Cosma a écrit :

> On Mon, Jul 19, 2010 at 5:52 PM, Peter Vamos <P.Vamos at exeter.ac.uk> wrote:
> At 13:34 +0100 19/7/10, Antonio Cosma wrote:
> I am using Tikz and Gnuplot to produce graphs. I use the default pdflatex engine to typeset.
> I have TexLive 2009 and Gnuplot 4.2 patch 6.
> I used the installation suggested by Peter Vamos on this list, and everything works fine (thanks!) by compiling from the command line
>  pdflatex --shell-escape gnuplot-basics.tex
> I was wandering wether it is possible to pass the "--shell-escape" option by typesetting with TexShop,
> That is what I do (i.e. write and typeset with TeXShop). No need to do anything extra as already remarked by Herb.
> Dear all
> thanks for you answers. Actually at the beginning I thought I could not obtain the correct output in TexShop because I wasn't passing the  "--shell-escape", but a detailed analysis of the log files points to a different, probably gnuplot related,  problem. 
> Just in case somebody is a TikZ/gnuplot expert and wants to have fun - but I don't expect it - I attach the log file obtained with the command line (gnuplot-basics.command-line.aux) with texshop (gnuplot-basics.texshop) and the tex file. The two logs coincide up to line 348, then, for some reason I don't understand, when I compile using TexShop, the *.table files are not generated.
> Thanks again
> Antonio
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