[NTG-context] Scite problems after update of Scite

Wolfgang Zillig wolfgang.zillig at student.kuleuven.be
Thu Dec 1 10:27:09 CET 2005


Hans Hagen schrieb:

> Wolfgang Zillig wrote:
>
>> 1. when starting scite i get an error: attempt to call a string value
>>  
>>
>>> Lua: error occurred while loading startup script
>>>   
>>
>>
>> I assume this is due to "import scite-ctx" and in that file there is
>> "ext.lua.startup.script=$(SciteDefaultHome)/scite-ctx.lua" which I don't
>> have.
>>
>> My solution: I commended "import scite-ctx" out
>>  
>>
> ah, i see, i forget to copy the lua script into the zip; attached
>
> watch the lof pane for some info at startup
>
> (spell checking in tex and xml files only works when you have at the 
> top of the file something
>
> % language=uk
>
> as well as a spell check list defined in the properties files [one 
> word per line in such a file])
>
thanks, that is solved

>> 2. When I try to compile a file then I get the message: ">texmfstart
>> newtexexec.rb --autopdf --pdf to_do.tex
>>  
>>
>>> The system cannot find the file specified."   
>>
>> When I try the command:"texmfstart newtexexec.rb --autopdf --pdf
>> to_do.tex" in the command line I get the file compiled without any
>> problems. I absolutely don't have an idea whats going wrong here.
>>
>>  
>>
> looks like some file association problem; the is a zip with a binary 
> of texmfstart at the web site
>
> did you set up a file association?
>
> FTYPE LuaScript=c:\data\system\lua\bin\lua.exe %%1 %%*
> ASSOC .lua=LuaScript
>
do I need Lua installed on my computer?

>> 3. all text and context commands are in black and white. Is there a
>> chance to get color back?
>>  
>>
> looks like some messed up properties file ... are you sure that there 
> is no conflicting local prop file?
>
That was probably the case, but I couldn't locate my error completely, 
after some time and some changes it worked again!

Hans, thank you very much!

Wolfgang



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