[texworks] Texworks crashes when reloading a file

aphatak at iinet.net.au aphatak at iinet.net.au
Mon Mar 21 14:09:20 CET 2011

Yes, that did the trick. I installed Version 0.3 r.744 from launchpad, and no
more crashes when the .tex file is modified externally.



On Mon Mar 21  5:53 , Paul A Norman <paul.a.norman at gmail.com> sent:
>Dear Aloke,
>There were problems with that in earlier development releases of TeXworks (Tw).
>You are on Tw 0.2.3 (r.466), while the current development release of
>Tw is heading for version 0.4, and currenty on 0.3 (r.749)
>Try and see if you can get your  Ubuntu 10.04 package manager to
>update your version of TeXworks if that is possible, (or build it form
>sources? - have a look at
>http://code.google.com/p/texworks/wiki/Building ) and the problem will
>most likely go away.
>On 21 March 2011 03:00, aphatak at iinet.net.au aphatak at iinet.net.au> wrote:
>> I'm using TeXworks 0.2.3 (r.466) on Ubuntu 10.04. When I modify a file externally
>> that is currently loaded in TeXworks, it crashes. For example, I'm using Sweave
>> to integrate text and R code, and when I Sweave the file I'm working on
>> (foo.Rnw), it recreates the file foo.tex. That's when TeXworks crashes.
>> For what it's worth, I ran TeXworks from the command line, and I've appended the
>> output in the terminal after it crashes.
>> Any suggestions?
>> Aloke
>> --
>> [stuff deleted]

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