Problem generating pdf file with LaTeX fonts

Jouni K. Sepp�nen <jks@...397...> writes:

P�l Gunnar Ellingsen <paalge@...287...> writes:

I know there was a post on the mail liste a couple of days ago ( Bug
in `dviread.py'), but I'm not sure if this is the same error, which it
shouldn't be as I'm using the latest svn revision.

Not the same error - it is showing a warning message generated by the
workaround to that problem. It looks like your pdftex.map file is
lacking an entry for cmr12, which doesn't make any sense.

Indeed your file does have the entry, and using your file on my computer
I cannot reproduce the problem. I pushed a branch on github that adds
some debugging information. Can you try the version of matplotlib that
you can get via the following commands (assuming you already have a
clone of the matplotlib main repository)?

    git remote add jkseppan git@...3310...:jkseppan/matplotlib.git
    git fetch jkseppan
    git checkout jkseppan/dviread-bug

Alternatively, download the file

https://github.com/jkseppan/matplotlib/raw/dviread-bug/lib/matplotlib/dviread.py

and just copy it over your installed dviread.py file (make a backup
first).

Set verbose to debug-annoying and catch the output in a file; there will
be lots of it, so please email it to me off-list.

···

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Jouni K. Sepp�nen
http://www.iki.fi/jks

Hi

I only have a svn version of the repo, but I would like to move to git, but I get an error when running the code from http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/devel/coding_guide.html#using-git

git clone --origin svn git@…3310…:astraw/matplotlib.git
Cloning into matplotlib…
Permission denied (publickey).
fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly

I tried this on two different computers, but I guess this means that the git repo needs a ssh-key in order to access it?

Regards
Pål

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On 12 March 2011 14:56, Jouni K. Seppänen <jks@…397…> wrote:

Jouni K. Seppänen <jks@…397…> writes:

Pål Gunnar Ellingsen <paalge@…287…> writes:

I know there was a post on the mail liste a couple of days ago ( Bug

in `dviread.py’), but I’m not sure if this is the same error, which it

shouldn’t be as I’m using the latest svn revision.

Not the same error - it is showing a warning message generated by the

workaround to that problem. It looks like your pdftex.map file is

lacking an entry for cmr12, which doesn’t make any sense.

Indeed your file does have the entry, and using your file on my computer

I cannot reproduce the problem. I pushed a branch on github that adds

some debugging information. Can you try the version of matplotlib that

you can get via the following commands (assuming you already have a

clone of the matplotlib main repository)?

git remote add jkseppan git@...3310...:jkseppan/matplotlib.git

git fetch jkseppan

git checkout jkseppan/dviread-bug

Alternatively, download the file

https://github.com/jkseppan/matplotlib/raw/dviread-bug/lib/matplotlib/dviread.py

and just copy it over your installed dviread.py file (make a backup

first).

Set verbose to debug-annoying and catch the output in a file; there will

be lots of it, so please email it to me off-list.

Jouni K. Seppänen

http://www.iki.fi/jks


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On Saturday, March 12, 2011, Pål Gunnar Ellingsen <paalge@...287...> wrote:

Hi

I only have a svn version of the repo, but I would like to move to git, but I get an error when running the code from http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/devel/coding_guide.html#using-git

git clone --origin svn git@...3310...:astraw/matplotlib.git

Cloning into matplotlib...
Permission denied (publickey).
fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly

I tried this on two different computers, but I guess this means that the git repo needs a ssh-key in order to access it?

Regards
Pål