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Aug
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awarded  Yearling
Mar
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awarded  Popular Question
Dec
10
accepted How to insert slashed o “ø” into an author's name in my bibliography
Dec
10
asked How to insert slashed o “ø” into an author's name in my bibliography
Dec
10
accepted How to align piecewise functions?
Dec
10
asked How to align piecewise functions?
Nov
8
awarded  Commentator
Nov
8
comment Fortran syntax highlighting in listings
Yeah but it doesn't colour the syntax at all
Nov
8
comment Fortran syntax highlighting in listings
I found a good solution: use the 'minted' package. This appears to be the best way to auto-color-highlight syntax in code listings. code.google.com/p/minted
Nov
8
asked Two column code listings in appendix in a one column report
Nov
8
asked Fortran syntax highlighting in listings
Sep
8
comment Having trouble cross-referencing figures
Lol thanks, can't believe I didn't try that before :P
Sep
8
accepted Having trouble cross-referencing figures
Sep
8
asked Having trouble cross-referencing figures
Sep
8
accepted pdflatex bash script to supress all output except error messages?
Sep
8
comment pdflatex bash script to supress all output except error messages?
Thanks, that worked well. I changed grep ".*:[0-9]*:.*" to egrep ".*:[0-9]*:.*|LaTeX Warning:" so that it looks for warnings as well as errors.
Sep
8
comment pdflatex bash script to supress all output except error messages?
Yeah I mean warnings as well as errors. The KDE latex editor Kile somehow manages to do it, it has a small log window which only displays errors and warnings, but I can't figure out how to do that in a script
Sep
8
asked pdflatex bash script to supress all output except error messages?
Sep
8
accepted epstopdf warning: “Shell escape feature is not enabled.”
Sep
7
asked epstopdf warning: “Shell escape feature is not enabled.”