I use MacPorts "Maxima 5.45.1 using SBCL 2.1.11 on OS X 13.6/15.7. In mathematical input mode, running TeXmacs 2.1.1 and its Maxima-plugin, integrals are not properly evaluated:

Has anyone a clue how to fix this issue?

Cheers

Tilda

I use MacPorts "Maxima 5.45.1 using SBCL 2.1.11 on OS X 13.6/15.7. In mathematical input mode, running TeXmacs 2.1.1 and its Maxima-plugin, integrals are not properly evaluated:

Has anyone a clue how to fix this issue?

Cheers

Tilda

You should look into the plugin code and see why the translation is incorrect or not implemented. I guess you can find it in `$TEXMACS_PATH/plugins/maxima/`

. Usually this is either implemented in scheme or in the plugin scripting language or in Python.

Hi try putting cdot before dx (and a space between d and the variable x)

In the same direction, note that “space” in math means really “function application” and that if you want multiplication then you need to type “space tab”.

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@mgubi thanks for reminding us about the importance of semantically correct mathematical typing. This does work now:

Unfortunately @Yibbou, meticulously following your suggestion still produces an error message as \cdot is not correctly converted into “*” but “.” – for reasons beyond my understanding:

Anyway, thanks for your fast replies and help.

Cheers

Tilda