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May
18
comment minted or listings input a file between markers
This feature has been requested for minted, and some form will be present in the next release. Basic functionality should already be possible using fancyvrb syntax, which is a bit ugly (hence the need for a nice minted wrapper); see the linked issue for an example.
May
11
reviewed Approve How can I insert the Apple Symbol ?
May
7
comment Build errors while using minted package
Are you using minted 2.0? Only the latest version supports inline.
May
6
comment Correct highlighting of code listings using minted
Related: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/18083. The best option is probably a custom lexer.
May
3
answered Pythontex: trying to compile an example I found on TeX
Apr
27
answered Typeset functions with PythonTeX and execute them in console afterwards
Apr
21
answered Minted caching in tikz externalize job
Apr
14
comment Getting non-curly quote marks with PythonTeX 0.14
@interro_gator I'm not aware of any syntax highlighting. That would definitely be useful.
Apr
13
comment Getting non-curly quote marks with PythonTeX 0.14
@interro_gator I don't think I'll be able to make it to the TUG meeting this year. Maybe next year. --verbose provides a little more detail about the number of sessions running, but currently doesn't give anything like a progress bar. Something like that might be a good idea, if Python's multiprocessing can be coaxed into providing the requisite information.
Apr
12
answered Getting non-curly quote marks with PythonTeX 0.14
Mar
31
answered Anyone have experience with PythonTeX?
Mar
31
comment Anyone have experience with PythonTeX?
It looks like you want pyfuture=none (no auto imports from __future__) and the pyconcode environment. I can add a more detailed answer later.
Mar
31
comment Anyone have experience with PythonTeX?
If you have pyfuture=all, I think you want print("foo"), with the parentheses for the print() function. Have you tried that? Also, giving the actual error messages would be helpful.
Mar
26
answered Haskell minted environement - problems with brackets
Mar
20
comment pythontex + sage preparsing
@Koji I've opened an issue for refining the SAGE support at github.com/gpoore/pythontex/issues/63. You can post your code and error messages there.
Mar
20
comment pythontex + sage preparsing
I'm interested in adding an extension mechanism, but have been waiting until I've added enough additional languages to have a good idea of what that mechanism should look like. I will probably try to start putting together an extension mechanism over the summer or in the fall.
Mar
20
answered pythontex + sage preparsing
Mar
15
comment LaTeX interaction with the OCaml toplevel system
For future reference: PythonTeX issue discussing the possibility of adding OCaml support
Mar
14
comment pythontex + sage preparsing
It should be possible to have a SAGE console mode, but it may take a while. I can add a code mode for SAGE very quickly, because it's all based on templates. Adding console support will take longer, because I need to rewrite the current console handling to remove a number of limitations and make it easier to extend to other languages. The new console handling is already scheduled for the next release, but I don't have an estimate of when that will actually be.
Mar
13
comment pythontex + sage preparsing
There isn't a good way to add the SAGE preparsing without changing the pythontex internals. However, adding SAGE support to pythontex should be simple; probably only a few lines of code are needed. I've actually been waiting for someone to request SAGE support. I will see about adding SAGE support in the next day or so.