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*To*: Yannis Haralambous <yannis@fluxus-virus.com>*Subject*: Re: Help!!!!*From*: Berthold Horn <bkph@ai.mit.edu>*Date*: Sun, 14 Mar 1999 14:33:13 -0500*Cc*: "tex-fonts@math.utah.edu" <tex-fonts@math.utah.edu>*In-Reply-To*: <199903141811.TAA14603@smtp.nordnet.fr>

At 19:14 1999-03-14 +0100, Yannis Haralambous wrote: >On 14/03/99 at 12:37, tech-support@ams.org (AMS Technical Support) wrote: >> you are welcome to send inquiries to ams tech-support if you are >> having problems with one of the ams collections. also, you may be >> interested in knowing that of all the mac implementations, oztex >> is the closest to unix -- in fact, use of the unix versions of the >Sorry Barbara, it is CMacTeX that is closest. IN fact, CMacTeX is based >on the latest Web2C, while OzTeX first compiles TeX into Modula-2. Of course, there is another question, which is whether it is neccessarily a good thing to be "closest to Unix" :-) On the Mac, for example, for many purposes, Textures may a better choice... Berthold K.P. Horn Cambridge, Massachusetts (M)

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