Apr
4
accepted Home folder not writeable
Apr
4
comment Home folder not writeable
@steeldriver See edit.
Apr
4
awarded Editor
Apr
4
revised Home folder not writeable
added 95 characters in body
Apr
4
comment Home folder not writeable
Again, it fails on /home/habefaro with Operation is not permitted.
Apr
4
comment Home folder not writeable
I've run the command, and all the subdirectories are owned by habefaro. However, on /home/habefaro it fails with Operation is not permitted.
Apr
4
asked Home folder not writeable
Mar
29
comment TikZ, PGFPlots, or GNUplot: plotting a curve without the known function
This looks like the response of a controller, e.g. a PID controller.
Mar
29
reviewed Approve suggested edit on TikZ, PGFPlots, or GNUplot: plotting a curve without the known function
Mar
26
accepted Conditional based on character following the macro
Mar
26
revised Conditional based on character following the macro
added 528 characters in body
Mar
26
comment Conditional based on character following the macro
I'm using LuaLaTeX, and it works for what I wanted it to do. I'll add my usecase to the question.
Mar
26
comment Conditional based on character following the macro
The previous answer (now deleted?) worked for me, so I'm good. I can still add the wanted information if you think this may be useful for someone else.
Mar
26
asked Conditional based on character following the macro
Mar
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Coloured boxes inside latex
Mar
13
comment How do I document "sub-classes" using sphinx and autodoc?
That's probably what I'm going to do. Thank you for taking the time!
Mar
13
accepted How do I document "sub-classes" using sphinx and autodoc?
Mar
13
comment How do I document "sub-classes" using sphinx and autodoc?
Thanks, that was very helpful. Now I can at least say :ivar surface: interface for :class:example.Surface` and have a link to the class. Still unsure if it is clear to the reader that you can do mybody.surface.get_surface_area() instead of mysurface = Surface(mybody); mysurface.get_surface_area().
Mar
12
comment How do I document "sub-classes" using sphinx and autodoc?
Well, the every body has a surface connected to it, i.e. there are no surfaces without bodies. Thats why there are quotation marks around the subclass; I didn't know what to call it. And there is a method called get_surface_area?!
Mar
11
asked How do I document "sub-classes" using sphinx and autodoc?
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