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I'm trying to include listings in a beamer presentation.  The language
is similar to C and a shell script; comments start with "#".

The following code, not using beamer, does work:

,----
| \documentclass{article}
| \usepackage{listings}
| \lstset{language=C}
| \begin{document}
| \begin{lstlisting}
|   a = b;
|   # comment
|   a = b;  # comment
| \end{lstlisting}
| \end{document}
`----

The following beamer code works:

,----
| \documentclass{beamer}
| \usepackage{listings}
| \lstset{language=C}
| \begin{document}
| \begin{frame}
|   \frametitle{test} 
|   a b
| \end{frame}
| \end{document}
`----

The following combined code hangs during compilation with pdflatex with
the CPU at 100%:

,----
| \documentclass{beamer}
| \usepackage{listings}
| \lstset{language=C}
| \begin{document}
| \begin{frame}
|   \frametitle{test} 
|   \begin{lstlisting}
|     a b
|   \end{lstlisting}
| \end{frame}
| \end{document}
`----

Tail of the log looks like

,----
| (C:\texmf\tex\latex\listings\listings.sty
| (C:\texmf\tex\latex\listings\lstpatch.sty)
| (C:\texmf\tex\latex\listings\lstmisc.sty)
| (C:\texmf\tex\latex\listings\listings.cfg))
| (C:\texmf\tex\latex\listings\lstlang1.sty)
| (C:\texmf\tex\latex\listings\lstmisc.sty) (test2.aux)
| (C:\texmf\tex\context\base\supp-pdf.tex (C:\texmf\tex\context\base\supp-mis.tex
| loading : Context Support Macros / Miscellaneous (2004.10.26)
| )
| loading : Context Support Macros / PDF (2004.03.26)
| ) (C:\texmf\tex\latex\hyperref\nameref.sty
| (C:\texmf\tex\latex\oberdiek\refcount.sty)) (test2.out) (test2.out)
| LaTeX exited abnormally with code 1 at Wed Sep 20 11:35:57
`----

I'm running a current (updated yesterday) 2.4 version of MiKTeX.

Any suggestions?  I've searched the documentation and c.t.t, to no
avail.

Thanks,

Bill
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Facilitated Systems                              Everett, WA 98208 USA
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On Wed, 20 Sep 2006 20:38:33 +0200, Bill Harris  =

<bill_harris@facilitatedsystems.com> wrote:


> The following combined code hangs during compilation with pdflatex wit=
h
> the CPU at 100%:
>
> ,----
> | \documentclass{beamer}
> | \usepackage{listings}
> | \lstset{language=3DC}
> | \begin{document}
> | \begin{frame}
> |   \frametitle{test}
> |   \begin{lstlisting}
> |     a b
> |   \end{lstlisting}
> | \end{frame}
> | \end{document}
> `----
[...]
> Any suggestions?  I've searched the documentation and c.t.t, to no
> avail.

When using the lstlisting environment, it must be treated like any other=
  =

frame containing verbatim. Use fragile as an optional argument to frame.=

-- =

Morten
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9/20/2006 7:18:30 PM
Bill Harris <bill_harris@facilitatedsystems.com> writes:

[...]
> The following combined code hangs during compilation with pdflatex with
> the CPU at 100%:
>
> ,----
> | \documentclass{beamer}
> | \usepackage{listings}
> | \lstset{language=C}
> | \begin{document}
> | \begin{frame}
> |   \frametitle{test} 
> |   \begin{lstlisting}
> |     a b
> |   \end{lstlisting}
> | \end{frame}
> | \end{document}
> `----

lstlisting is a verbatim environment. To process verbatim environments
correctly, pass the fragile option to the frame, as detailed in
section 11.9 of the beamer user guide. Please be careful that in this
case, the \end{frame} must be at column 0. (Gets me every time.)

HTH
 Ulrich
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9/20/2006 7:26:55 PM
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Bill Harris <bill_harris@facilitatedsystems.com> writes:

> The following combined code hangs during compilation with pdflatex with
> the CPU at 100%:
>
> ,----
> | \documentclass{beamer}
> | \usepackage{listings}
> | \lstset{language=C}
> | \begin{document}
> | \begin{frame}

Section 3.13 of the manual says I should use \begin{frame}[fragile],
and, indeed, that seems to be the secret.

Bill
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Bill Harris                      http://facilitatedsystems.com/weblog/
Facilitated Systems                              Everett, WA 98208 USA
http://facilitatedsystems.com/                  phone: +1 425 337-5541
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brotherelf@gmx.net (Ulrich M. Schwarz) writes:

> case, the \end{frame} must be at column 0. (Gets me every time.)

Many thanks!  I've luckily met that condition so far, but I'm sure I'd
be a victim soon.

MfG,

Bill
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Bill Harris                      http://facilitatedsystems.com/weblog/
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What is "text + text" supposed to do right now? It doesn't seem very useful to me. What about making "text + text" as an equivalent for "text || text"? Most strongly-typed programming languages do this. And MS SQL Server too, I think (CMIIW). -- dave ---------------------------(end of broadcast)--------------------------- TIP 1: subscribe and unsubscribe commands go to majordomo@postgresql.org Am Freitag, 8. Oktober 2004 12:57 schrieb David Garamond: > What is "text + text" supposed to do right now? Nothing. > What about making "text + text" as an equivalent for "text > || text"? Most strongly-typed programming languages do this. And MS SQL > Server too, I think (CMIIW). What would this gain except for bloat? It's not like SQL is utterly compatible with any programming language; users will still have to learn all the operators anyway. -- Peter Eisentraut http://developer.postgresql.org/~petere/ ---------------------------(end of broadcast)--------------------------- TIP 9: the planner will ignore your desire to choose an index scan if your joining column's datatypes do not match Peter Eisentraut wrote: >>What is "text + text" supposed to do right now? > > Nothing. Then are these bugs? (7.4.5 and 8.0.0beta1 give same results). Frankly, the current behaviour is quite strange to me. ------------------ =...

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Hi, I'm very new to latex. I'm trying to make a list of a list, with: \begin{list}{} \item \begin{list}{} \item \end{list} \end{list} However, I'm getting the error: Runaway argument? ! Paragraph ended before \list was complete. <to be read again> \par l.2273 However, I can do a list of enumerates, but that's not what I want. Is this a clash in syntax? Is there a way to prevent this? Please help. Michael On 1 Nov 2004 00:19:43 -0800, Michael <dayzman@hotmail.com> wrote: > Hi, > I'm very new to latex. I'm trying to make a list ...

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