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Re: [vox-tech] circuits with latex


i wish i could.  i don't even get that far!  here's my m4 file:

   p@satan$ cat circuit.m4 
   gridsize = 0.1

   p@satan$ m4 circuit.m4  > circuit.pic
   p@satan$ gpic -t circuit.pic > circuit.tex
   gpic:circuit.pic:3: syntax error before newline
   gpic:circuit.pic:3: giving up on this picture

it's giving up on cct_init.  what my belief in what should happen is

1. m4 creates a .pic file.
2. gpic takes a .pic file and creates a .tex file.
3. i \input the .tex file at the appropriate location.

am i completely off base here?


On Sat 07 Feb 04,  8:56 PM, Mark K. Kim <markslist@cbreak.org> said:
> Can you post a sample latex file and the error messages from running
> latex on it?
> -Mark
> On Sat, 7 Feb 2004, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> > has anyone successfully used the circuit_macros package for latex?
> >
> > i keep getting gpic errors, no matter how simple my circuit is (even the
> > null circuit generates errors.
> >
> > pete
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