Just back from a couple days offline.
Thanks for taking a stab at this. Braille still needs some work, so I would not
hold up a release for this one. But I agree that it will require an
author/publisher to get a few things in place on their own.
I routinely get the following errors at the end of a run with file2brl.
Cannot resolve table 'nemeth.ctb'
1 errors found.
nemeth.ctb could not be compiled
liblouisutdml.ini:38: Table 'nemeth.ctb' cannot be found.
liblouisutdml.ini:38: invalid mathexprTableName
I don't think this table is necessary, and it seems to not be an impediment. We
are getting Nemeth braille from MathJax anyway.
If I translate Judson's book, with the index, I get no output and no error
messages explaining why. (Drop the index, and it is fine.)
Which is a long way of saying, I've not figured out how to get more
comprehensive debugging information.
"en-us-g2.ctb" is likely more critical, as "Grade 2" braille is the main code
used for all the literary text.
1. Compile from source? OK, maybe not a great idea (but it is what I do
2. Perhaps it is matter of setting some environment variables? I've seen some
discussion along these lines just the past couple weeks on the liblouis list.
You could try posting there?
> There were also some issues earlier "Something went wrong computing speech."
Can you say more? That does not sound like one of our error messages, and I
can't find it in PreTeXt source anywhere.
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