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I use LaTeX for writing academic publications. I'm particularly interested in integrating LaTeX with diagrams generated in R via knitr.


Aug
8
accepted Extra space in front of keywords in listings
Aug
6
comment Extra space in front of keywords in listings
I think I was wrong-footed by the fact the issue only revealed itself in code listings, so it wasn't particularly obvious that actually the microtype stuff was to blame. Ach well, the joys of LaTeX!
Aug
6
answered Extra space in front of keywords in listings
Aug
6
asked Extra space in front of keywords in listings
Jun
7
awarded  Yearling
Nov
20
accepted Prevent Listings from breaking frames
Nov
20
answered Prevent Listings from breaking frames
Sep
26
awarded  Tumbleweed
Sep
19
asked Prevent Listings from breaking frames
Sep
21
comment Sweave generating invalid LaTeX
@AlanMunn thanks, the 's were causing the problem. The weird thing is that I'd not touched that preamble in months and the previous versions of Sweave (or more accurately pgfSweave) had not exhibited this problem.
Sep
21
awarded  Scholar
Sep
21
accepted Sweave generating invalid LaTeX
Sep
20
awarded  Editor
Sep
20
revised Sweave generating invalid LaTeX
I've done some further experiments and found this problem affects Sweave not just pgfSweave as I'd originally though.
Sep
16
asked Sweave generating invalid LaTeX
May
16
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
13
comment Making efficient use of \writes
@Bruno: I'm not using rvwrite. I added it in the hope it might help. If I remove it, then it frees up one more register and the compilation can get one listing further. The underlying problem still remains.
Apr
12
awarded  Supporter
Apr
12
comment Making efficient use of \writes
At the moment my PGF/TikZ images are actually generated from embedded R code using Cameron Bracket's pgfSweave package. It would be nontrivial to switch to your standalone package. The information about (La)TeX's register allocation is invaluable (though it confirms my fears!).
Apr
12
awarded  Student