[texworks] New binaries available [was: Re: Hot keys / templates]
esperanto at swing.be
Fri Nov 28 15:57:02 CET 2008
Jérome Laurens a écrit :
> Le 26 nov. 08 à 19:10, Jonathan Kew a écrit :
>> On 27 Nov 2008, at 06:30, Alain Delmotte wrote:
>>> Peter Wüsten a écrit :
>>>> Alain Delmotte schrieb:
>>>>> Or is it another problem of path? Example the white spaces?
>>>> Alain, the white spaces never made any difference on my windows
>>>> machine (XP professional SP3 German), but the Umlaut in the
>>>> user-path did. Try adding a user whose name contains only
>>>> ASCII-characters, and see if spell-checking works properly when
>>>> Texworks is intalled for that user.
>>> I tried the system on another computer running Windows XP, same
>>> The only difference is that the folder for the user doesn't have
>>> accented characters like ...\HP_Propriétaire\... *and* both
>>> spellcheck and forward/inverse search now run OK.
>>> This problem is unfortunate because I do not see how to change this
>>> because there are too many things linked to the user name (llinks,
>>> shorcuts, programs and programs config,...)
>> Sure -- this isn't your problem, it's a bug that I need to fix, now
>> that we realize what's causing it. I've been really puzzled why these
>> things didn't work for you, when others seemed to have no trouble
>> with them, but now things make more sense.
> IIRC, the same bug occurs in SyncTeX.
> It seems to show that there is something wrong at the I/O level.
> In C I/O routines on Mac OS X, file names are encoded as UTF8, I could
> not find any evidence that the same holds for windows.
> Regarding the time I spent to debug SyncTeX on windows, finding out
> why compressed files were not accepted,
> I am really reluctant in spending even more time to find the bug with
> accented letters.
I understand that, but as most of the computer users, till now, are on
I can use non-compressed files, it is much more difficult to avoid
So I just hope the problem will be solved!
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