[Mac OS X TeX] TeXShop text ?

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[Mac OS X TeX] TeXShop text ?

tom keyes


<x-charset ISO-8859-1>On Sun, Jun 3, 2001 7:30 AM, Michael Murray
<mailto:[hidden email]> wrote:
>I ftped a lot of TeXShop files to my web server - I think they went as
binary
>I used Interarchy. Then I tested one on the UNIX machine the students
>use - none of them will run as the spurious characters are
>still there.
>
>The only solution I could find was to cut  from the TeXShop file
>paste into BBEdit and then save that.  Then I ftped that onto
>the UNIX machine and it was fine.

The problem is more general than TeXShop. The data files that my OS9
programs wrote now cannot be plotted by unix gnuplot locally or after
being ftp'd to a remote machine because they are full of ^M, which is
a Mac line ending. I think pre-OSX it was clear that a mac was a mac
and the control characters got translated, but now mac is also unix
so.....??  The BBEdit 'save as' dialog includes the option of mac or
unix, and i've been dragging the files onto BB and saving as unix. I
really wish BBEdit could somehow handle the text editing part of
TeXShop.

I'm still not sure how I'm going to handle graphics. I've always done
TeX the user-unfriendly way on unix making .ps or .eps graphics with
gnuplot. I can distill .ps to .pdf but that's one more step. a cocoa
ploting app wd make .pdf but some journals want .ps anyway.

tom





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