Plugins sessions issues

I use Texmacs 1.99.11 on windows 10, 64 bits.
I have some troubles with the Texmacs plugins (I took the precaution of indicating all the paths in the environment variables) :

  1. When I load a session with the plugins python, asymptote, graph, gnuplot I recieve the message “python: can’t open file ‘C:\Program’: [Errno 2] No such file or directory”. And “Busy” (“En cours” in french) is displayed above the Python (or the other plugins) prompt.
  2. When I load a session with the plugins Dratex, Feynmf, Matlab, Shell, Texgraph, XYPic. “Busy” is always displayed above the prompt and everything is blocked.
  3. The plugins that work fine with me are : Scheme, Giac, Maxima, Yacas.
    I hope someone can help for these issues.

best regards

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Thanks for you report.

It’s my fault to introduce the bugs. I’ve fixed it via:

And I made a preview Windows version for GNU TeXmacs using slowphil’s build definitiion:

You may use this version before the next release of GNU TeXmacs 2.1.

I maintain the plugin status here:

There are too many plugins to maintain. Currently, we can not guarantee that all the plugins work fine.

Thanks you very much Sadhen.

Unfortunately the link ( don’t work for now.
I’ve modified the init scm files (in my texmacs $Home directory) the way you explain and now most of the plugins work fine. Thank you very much.
The plugins that don’t work yet are : Dratex, Feynmf, Matlab, Shell and Texgraph.

Best regards.

I will fix Dratex/Feynmf later.

Currently, shell should only work for Linux/Unix. I will check if it is disabled under Windows.

I have uploaded the binary to Github:


I have just tested the dratex plugin and i find this

Traceback (most recent call last):
File “C:\Users…\AppData\Roaming\TeXmacs/plugins/tmpy/session/”, line 33, in
current = DraTeX()
File “C:\Users…\AppData\Roaming\TeXmacs/plugins/tmpy\graph\”, line 22, in init
the_plugin_path = get_plugin_path(name)
NameError: global name ‘get_plugin_path’ is not defined

I am not sure if this is the place to publish this, if it is not just let me know


I made a mistake for the preview release:

I have fixed it. Well, fortunately, it is a preview release.

You may report it here: TeXmacs Pre Release (v1.99.11_v12359) for Windows