Ctest export failing with TL19
milde at users.sf.net
Mon Nov 18 21:25:15 UTC 2019
On 2019-11-17, Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
> Am Samstag, den 16.11.2019, 11:02 +0100 schrieb Kornel Benko:
>> So, the remaining are:
> This works for me with Systemfonts/XeTeX.
Works fine here (TL18) as well.
"Hand-Compiling" fails the first time after changing "use non-TeX fonts" to
"true" but works the second time (when the .aux file is updated).
> This seems to be an old bug (rather in amsart than polyglossia):
> In this thread, the amsclass maintainer promised (in 2008) to fix it in
> the next release of amsart. This apparently didn't happen. (The
> advertised fix still works,
OTOH, the tests pass here with TL18 (without the advertised fix).
> This is because the dvips option is used. Removing it makes the
> document compile with XeTeX and LuaTeX.
Is the output correct without dvips option:
* with TeX fonts,
* with non-TeX fonts?
If yes, we just remove the dvips option,
if no we should set "PDF (ps2pdf)" as output format.
> The document has a preamble definition which switches to the
> English language. With babel, English is loaded via the english class
> option. This does not work with polyglossia.
However, it seems to work in TL18 (the tests pass here).
OTOH, "hand compiling" with non-TeX fonts works only for XeTeX, with LuaTeX,
I get a pop-up window telling me: "The external program lualatex finiished
with an error. It is recommended you fix the cause of the external program's
error (check the logs)." (both with TeX fonts and non-TeX fonts).
"Document>LaTeX Log" is still grey.
When opening LyX from an X-terminal, the output there is
Unable to read environment locale: exit now.
support/Systemcall.cpp (291): Systemcall: 'lualatex "Braille.tex"' finished with exit code 1
Error: LaTeX failed
The external program
finished with an error. It is recommended you fix the cause of the external program's error (check the logs).
> The preamble tries to load Latin Modern Roman when fontspec is used.
> This does not work with XeTeX, as XeTeX (as opposed to LuaTeX) does not
> find fonts in the texmf tree (only fonts installed in the OS).
This explains why it works fine here (I have LM otf fonts installed
> Using another font which we can assume is widely installed on OSes will
> fix it.
Done (using DejaVu Sans).
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