[OS X TeX] Revised TeXLive-2007

McGarry Vince vmcgarry at austin.rr.com
Thu Jan 18 06:08:38 CET 2007


A small suggestion. The reconfiguration information to use a  
particular TeX installation doesn't only apply to those who need the  
GUI programs reinstalled. I already have TeXShop, et al, installed  
and have no need to reinstall them, but would find the  
reconfiguration document useful. Because of the assistance I receive  
this list, I don't need it now, but it would have been nice to have  
without having to download the MacTeX Additions.

Vince McGarry

On Jan 17, 2007, at 2:46 PM, Richard Koch wrote:

> Folks,
>
> New versions of install packages for TeXLive-2007 and  
> TeXLiveMTS-2007 are available at
>
> 	www.tug.org/~koch/NewPackages.html
>
> These packages are based on a slightly more recent release from  
> TUG. These packages fix ConTeXt, which was previously broken. The  
> packages do not modify
>
> 	/usr/local/texlive/texmf-local
>
> if it exists, although they write an empty skeleton of this  
> directory if it is completely missing. This skeleton is exactly the  
> same as the skeleton produced by the standard TeXLive install script.
>
> Dick
> koch at math.uoregon.edu
>
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