[lucida] tlluatex-dev repository
preining at logic.at
Mon Mar 13 00:33:17 CET 2017
sorry, I think I didn't send attached email to the lucida list or you.
> - Create inside /usr/local/texlive/2016/bin/dev-x86_64 a texmf.cnf containing
Have you seen my post about the easiest solution?
* link texlive/2016/texmf-var/web2c/luatex-dev to texlive/2016/texmf-var/web2c/luatex
* copy the new luatex binaries to
texlive/2016/bin/x64_64-darwin (or whatver your arch is(
but name them
* create scripts luatex1, lualatex1, ... that contain the following lines
exec luatex-dev -progname=luatex -format=lualatex "$*"
* create TEXMFLOCAL/web2c/fmtutil.cnf containing entries similar to the
luatex entries, but add the 1 to the progrname, and -dev to the format:
dvilualatex1 luatex-dev language.dat,language.dat.lua dvilualatex.ini
lualatex1 luatex-dev language.dat,language.dat.lua lualatex.ini
* call fmtutil-sys --missing or fmtutil-sys --by-fmt luatex-dev
That's all. I have also a repo, but for now only for Linux.
I can easily add universal-darwin binaries if someone sends me them
(not available on the context download page AFAIS!).
> Really, I don't think this all is worth the effort: I just made a rather rhetorical comment originally, about not being able to replace momentarily the binaries in TeX Live by newer development versions without touching the main texlive tree. I had not at all given thought then, how this could be compatible with the texlive architecture.
As said, with the tlmgr repository I created it is as simple as installing a package.
THe firs step about linking needs only be done once, and I will adjust fmtutil
that this is caught automatically.
PREINING Norbert http://www.preining.info
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