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I installed the pythontex package in my texmf directory, but still the command pythontex is not found when i write it in a terminal... And when i compile, \printpythontex returns ?? PythonTeX ?? Moreover, I think it's also installed in texlive (i installed texlive-full on linux) ??

Any idea to correct this ?

I'm trying to compile with pythontex with arara on Latex-suite, and all seems to work but pythontex...

To make pythontex work with arara, i made a pythontex.yaml file like it's proposed here : Arara rule for Pythontex

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  • Are you compiling PythonTeX with arara? In arara, there is no compilation rule for PythonTeX (sadly). PythonTeX is distributed via full TeXlive (you should not need to install it manually). – Tomáš Kruliš Apr 11 '20 at 19:18
  • Excuse me i didn't precise that i'm using the method that Uwe Ziegenhagen proposed here : Arara rule for Pythontex (i add the link in the post). So it should work... – Nnomuas Apr 11 '20 at 19:21
  • Proper PythonTeX compilation procedure is pdflatex -> pythontex -> pdflatex (or any other latex). Did you do that? – Tomáš Kruliš Apr 11 '20 at 19:57
  • Yes I put the lines % arara: lualatex and % arara: pythontex and then % arara: lualatex. I give more details on this post [tex.stackexchange.com/questions/538042/… – Nnomuas Apr 11 '20 at 20:00
  • the problem really seems to come from the pythontex installation... – Nnomuas Apr 11 '20 at 20:01
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I've found the problem. I still don't understand why i have pythontex 0.16, but i forgot to make the .py pythontex files executable... Now it's ok, but if someone knows why i have the 0.16 version... I find it strange because i did it from the CTAN package, but maybe i did something wrong, and just finally used the texlive-full version of pythontex, which should be 0.16 ?

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  • which year texlive you have? The best approach for anyone new is to install full TeXlive and use its tlmgr updater than anything else ... – Tomáš Kruliš Apr 12 '20 at 8:45
  • i installed texlive by the sudo apt-get install texlive-full command – Nnomuas Apr 13 '20 at 9:14
  • Well, the Ubuntu packages are usually some-time behind the newest TeXlive, this is probably TeXlive 2018 (or 2017); and that is frozen (current updatable TeXlive is 2020). If you want newest PythonTeX since you are beginner, you should 100 % remove Ubuntu package and install current TeXlive from official web. Follow theyre install instructions. – Tomáš Kruliš Apr 13 '20 at 10:06
  • Ok thanks for yout answer. Actually, all is ok now, all my files work (exercices generators with python, bibliographies etc). Would you highly recommend to reinstall texlive ? Are there very important updates ? – Nnomuas Apr 13 '20 at 12:17
  • It highly depends on what you are using or want. If everything works as you want, no need to update. If you hit a problem, the first answer might be to reinstall and update ... Otherwise. Important updates also depends on packages you are using and if you are using LuaLaTeX. I deem as important updates of LuaLaTeX, PythonTeX and tcolorbox. These did have had important updates last year. – Tomáš Kruliš Apr 13 '20 at 12:41

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