Re: Problem with other backends than html / docbook
This is a fortuitous posting. I was considering starting a topic like this.
While I know the latex backend is experimental, I also know my needs are
simple and I thought I might not push it past its limits. Lately I
gave it a try.
So two things ...
To answer the thread's question first -- I got the same error. You see,
the manual says somewhere that asciidoc will try to load in all the
filters it finds in the filter directory. That includes the
source-filter (or whatever it's called, see below) filter. But there's
something wrong with it, so even if you aren't using
source-highlight-filtering, you get an error.
My favorite theories about it are: You might have to install the
source-highlight package to get it to work. OR .... the name of the
source hilight filter may have changed recently, and the asciidoc
referencing hasn't caught up yet.
Anyway ... WORKAROUND ... The way to turn the thing off is to create a file named
in the folder with the filter's config file. I found mine in the
filters folder, which is in the asciidoc or .asciidoc folder in the
machine's \user\(username)\AppData\Roaming (or in the Documents and
Settings\(username)\ ) section , since I'm on windows.
That keeps the filter from trying to load, and asciidoc and the latex backend can proceed.
But then there's my question.
...... I used this on the 8.6.7 distribution's doc\asciidoc.txt file.
...... Did everyone else that tried this get the same thing, that all
...... the tables ran off the right hand side of the pdf's page?
(I am planning to examine the latex source that was generated for the tables, but I ran out of time.)
On May 4, 4:59 am, Gour <g...-XQYBc/g6bIvk1uMJSBkQmQ@public.gmane.org> wrote:
> On Thu, 5 Apr 2012 08:54:54 -0700 (PDT)
> Sebastian Bernhard
> <s...-bdq14YP6qtTFlEURE6xjZ1aTQe2KTcnfirstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hello Sebastian,
> > Running this command only produces the following error message.
> > asciidoc: WARNING: ep.txt: line 3: missing section: [source-filter-
> > style]
> > asciidoc: FAILED: ep.txt: line 3: malformed section entry:
> > template::[source-filter-style]
> I've tried latex backend hoping to find workaround for lack of proper
> floating of images, but I get the same error as you.
> > What should be done, to give the latex backend a try.
> Have you, maybe, found some workaround to use latex backend with latest
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