[texhax] Trouble with different document classes
bengal at fritz.dam.brown.edu
Tue Feb 9 10:35:11 CET 2010
That is the complete log file. It just ends abruptly right there. Then
the output window says
("C:\Program Files\MiKTeX 2.8\tex\latex\psnfss\upsy.fd")latex.exe: GUI
framework cannot be initialized.
This is BibTex, Version 0.99c (MiKTex 2.8)
The top-level auxiliary file: C:\Users\Nitsan\Desktop\Latex\Inertial
I found no \citation commands---while reading file C:\Users\Nitsan\Desktop\Latex\Inertial
I found no \bibdata commands---while reading file C:\Users\Nitsan\Desktop\Latex\Inertial
I found no \bibstyle command---while reading file
(There were 3 error messages)
Couldn't find input index file C:\Users\Nitsan\Desktop\Latex\Inertial
Manifolds paper\IMarticle nor C:\Users\Nitsan\Desktop\Latex\Inertial
Usage: C:\Program Files\MiKTex 2.8\miktex\bin\makeindex.exe [-ilqrcgLT]
[-s sty] [-o ind] [-t log] [-p num] [idx0 idx1 ...]
LaTeX-Result: 0 Error(s), 0 Warning(s), 0 Bad Box(es), 0 Page(s)
Hope this helps.
On Tue, 9 Feb
> On 8 February 2010 Nitsan Ben-Gal wrote:
> > Sorry about the glut of info, I didn't know what would be useful.
> don't worry about the glut of info. Your input file is very helpful
> and it's quite nice that you removed everything which is not needed in
> order to reproduce the problem. However, I can't reproduce your
> problem here with TeX Live 2008 and TeX Live 2009.
> The excerpt of the log file you submitted doesn't indicate any errors.
> If en error occurs, LaTeX complains loudly. Could you send us the
> complete log file, please? It's very helpful.
> BTW, don't be confused by the messages you see in the log file. Let's
> take the first one of the excerpt as an example.
> ("C:\Program Files\MiKTeX 2.8\tex\latex\graphics\keyval.sty"
> Package: keyval 1999/03/16 v1.13 key=value parser (DPC)
> \KV at toks@=\toks14
> The opening brace at the beginning indicates that a file is opened.
> It's immediately followed by the name of the file. The closing brace
> at the end denotes that this file is closed. Everything between the
> filename and the closing braces are informal messages, unless they
> explicitly claim that an error occurred. Don't worry about messages
> like "\KV at toks@=\toks14", even if they sound Chinese or French.
> A real error message looks like this:
> ! LaTeX Error: File `elsarticle.cls' not found.
> I got this message when I tried to compile your file with an ancient
> version of TeX Live which obviously didn't provide elsarticle.cls.
> Please send us your complete log file.
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