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comment Literate R Programming
As a comparison looking at PythonTeX might be useful. In principle this can be used for other languages as well. Another approach is the project Jupyter, which is not really LaTeX based but can handle LaTeX markup.
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Oct
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comment Running R code from latex. (alternative to knitr)
Maybe something like PythonTeX can help you. This would require calling R from python but should work nonetheless.
Oct
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comment Document compiles with pdflatex but not lualatex but why?
@DavidCarlisle LaTeX2e <2015/10/01> patch level 1. So I am happy now and can continue :)
Oct
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accepted Document compiles with pdflatex but not lualatex but why?
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comment Document compiles with pdflatex but not lualatex but why?
@DavidCarlisle That is exactly what the file contains: \edef\fmtversion {2015/10/01} \def\patch@level{1}. The output from above was before I ran fmtutil-sys --all. I still have an old TeXLive 2014 installation in parallel but this should just be sitting idle on the disk.
Oct
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comment Document compiles with pdflatex but not lualatex but why?
@DavidCarlisle Thank you, that seems to be the same issue. After rebuilding everything using fmtutil-sys --all the format shows patch level 1 and everything works again.
Oct
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comment Document compiles with pdflatex but not lualatex but why?
@UlrikeFischer: The luatex.fmt is 2 hours old and the size is 529 kB.
Oct
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revised Document compiles with pdflatex but not lualatex but why?
added more of the error message
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comment LuaTeX issue with space in path?
@Mico: I tested this on the command line. It is not tied to TeXnicCenter in any other way than that TeXnicCenter uses backslashes when building the command to hand to LuaTeX.
Oct
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comment LuaTeX issue with space in path?
@DavidCarlisle: Yes, and if I type the path by hand this would work. Unfortunately TeXnicCenter uses ´\´ by default and this is not configurable by the user. Mico's comment indicates that this is a TeXLive specific bug, so maybe some configuration setting can be used to allow backshlashes and spaces in paths in TeXLive as well.
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