Event localization with ode | Error message: The ODE option 'Events' must be set to 'on' | 'off'
I just lost 1h solving a stupid issue and want to share my solution:
The ode-solvers are called with a function handle that compute
Suppose we have a function file get_df that does the job.
Then both syntax are fine
The trouble is that for the second syntax, the internal variable
FcnHandlesUsed is set to zero,
and the event localization routines get confused.
Using the first syntax, everything is ok.
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news:3ebcdb1f-aa3...newbie Q #2: setting 'set record' option problems in mutt
I recently switched from mailx to mutt. I successfully moved the old
mailbox folder files from the ~/mail location to ~/Mail. Both Webmail
and mutt can read and write to them successfully. However, I can't
option in the .muttrc file to work. I've tried various paths with and
without quotes and with single quotes. I tried set record=:
and plain old sent-mail.
(supply double and single quotes for all trial and error attempts)
There is a sent-mail file in Mail that I co...Set up latex options locally
I want to setup some latex options without modifying the original
distribution (under linux).
I'd like to set \write18, hyphenations, and every other option I can
How should I do so?
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Sensei <email@example.com> writes:
>I want to setup some latex options without modifying the original
>distribution (under linux).
>I'd like to set \write18, hyphenations, and every other option I can
>immagine...[biblatex] Set option locally for \fullcite
I am using biblatex for my Ph.D. thesis. I have used the "firstinits=true"
option. However, I have a short list of publications built using
\fullcite. For these specific \fullcite's I would like "firstinits=false".
Is there any way to achieve this? I have previously asked a similar
question regarding minnames and maxnames, but I suppose the above setting
does not boil down to setting a LaTeX counter as for the latter?
On Mon, 06 Sep 2010 13:18:16 +0000, Thomas Arildsen wrote:
> I am using biblatex for my Ph.D. thesis. ...is it possible to define a default options set for fconfigure?
since working/developing with tcl, I often had the need to open a lot
of files with the same fconfigure settings.
Is there a until now unrecognized way to pre(f)configure files to get
opened to have all files opened e.g. with a specified buffer size, or
must I call fconfigure really for each file?
On 6 Sep, 11:16, Martin Lemburg <martin.lemburg.siemens-...@gmx.net>
> Is there a until now unrecognized way to pre(f)configure files to get
> opened to have all files opened e.g. with a specified buffer size, or
> must I call fconfi...How do you set -XCMD option on EG Local Server?
When I try to run SAS code from Enterprise Guide on my Local Server
(WinXP SP2) I get the following error messages:
(1) When I use X or %SYSEXEC statements:
"WARNING: Shell escape is not valid in this SAS session."
(2) When I use FILENAME statement with a PIPE option:
"ERROR: Insufficient authorization to access PIPE.
ERROR: Error in the FILENAME statement."
Apparently these messages are due to the -NOXCMD option being set. I
can change these settings on remote servers by adding -XCMD or
-ALLOWXCMD options to the -sasCommand parameter at Spawner start-up.
How ca...Q: Which option is faster in rendering a set of objects?
I am making a GUI in which the user can step through a sequence of movie frames. I also want to overlay a series of lines (and accompanying
labels) which change from frame to frame.
I can see two ways of doing this:
1) Draw the lines/text for a particular frame, and when the user steps to a new frame, delete the old graphic objects and create the new
lines/text for that frame, or
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My question is which...Re: How do you set -XCMD option on EG Local Server?
> I've just run the following statements on my client's EG application
> (on Win2000) to my Local Server (running SAS 9.1.3), and they have
> worked without any errors:
> %put sysver=&sysver sysscpl=&sysscpl;
> libname x1 '.';
> %sysexec cd c:\temp;
> libname x3 '.';
> I now suspect WinXP SP2 is the cause of the problem, not SAS 9.
> There were certainly some SP2 security changes to DCOM, so maybe COM
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Concur, ve...[Q] defining xkeyval booleans that are also package options
I need some insight on the following question: how to define xkeyval
boolean keys that are also understood as package options. Unless I have
missed something, there is no convenient way to do that (in short, there
is no \DeclareBoolOptionX macro).
Until now, I've been using the following hack successfully (you can
ignore the "void" part):
% A ``boolean option-key'' is a boolean package option and macro key
% argument as well. For each |arg| option-key, there is a |noarg| void
% option-key counterpart.\par