[R] Sweave not found from MikTeX?
hb at maths.lth.se
Fri Feb 20 09:53:31 CET 2004
Hi, I think about everyone asks the same question as you. A quick and
dirty way to fix it is to copy Sweave.sty from$R_HOME/share/texmf/ to
the same directory as your Sweave/R/TeX files.
BTW: Would it be possible to add a comment about the above in the
Sweave() help page and maybe even have an argument "copySty=FALSE"
that finds $R_HOME/share/texmf/Sweave.sty and copies it automatically?
Personally, I actually prefer to copy the file this way, because then
I can be sure that the Sweave report will be generated without problem
if I send it to someone else.
About MikTeX: You want to update you TeX-database (or whatever it's
called). Did you go into "MikTeX Options" and did "Refresh Now" under
"File name database"? It's not enough do run "Add..." the path.
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> Subject: [R] Sweave not found from MikTeX?
> I've been working on a LaTeX document that contains Sweave
> code and cannot get MikTeX to find the Sweave.sty file. I've
> added the c:\rw1081\share\texmf path in the MikTeX roots
> (I've ven added the path in the environment variables ) but
> to no avail. Is there a trick to getting Sweave installed
> correctly when using MikTeX on Windows XP? Do I need to
> move/copy the Sweave.sty file to the c:/textmf/?/?/? directory?
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