I have a LaTeX-document with embedded Asymptote code that works fine. That is, in Asymptote 2.15.
When I upgraded to 2.32 and rerun, the program gets stuck on working on one of the graphs. Stuck, no error messages or termination.
If I run the corresponding asymptote code separately it works fine. If, however, I try to run the file produced in the process, xxx-n.asy, it gets stuck in the same way.
It appears that it is one of the lines

if(!settings.multipleView) settings.batchView=false;

that causes the problem. But I cannot figure out which, and more importantly, why.
What has happened between versions 2.15 and 2.32 that I have missed and would explain this.

On request, here is a sample file:


\title{A test example}
Some introductory text.

import graph3;
import solids;
revolution sphere=sphere(1);
More text
  • For a question requiring this depth of understanding of Asymptote settings, you may be better off asking on the Asymptote forum. – Charles Staats May 22 '15 at 15:10
  • Could you try to compile your document in an new empty directory and give an ECM ? Please also specify your OS. – O.G. May 24 '15 at 22:01
  • My OS is Windows 7 professional. Unfortunately I do not know what an ECM is. How do I give one? – anders May 26 '15 at 6:20
  • Please give the latex file with the problematic asy graphs. Sorry ECM is "exemple concret minimal" (in french). – O.G. May 26 '15 at 14:38
  • Hello, thanks for the file. I have no problem to compile your example (Linux 64, svn2.33 almost the 2.32 version). In a new directory, can you try your not-working example and give the example-1.asy file ? Can you verify that the asymptote.sty is the good one ? And what happens with asy -vv command on the not working asy file ? asy -vv will give more details. Perhaps stackexchange is not the right place and that the asymptote help forum should be a better place to experiment. – O.G. Jun 1 '15 at 8:29

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