[Mac OS X TeX] New teTeX.dmg (small updater available)

Gary L. Gray gray at lpcm.esm.psu.edu
Wed Oct 31 18:09:55 CET 2001

<x-flowed>On 10/31/2001 at 3:58 PM +0100, Gerben Wierda wrote:

>There is only one small change. I forgot to fix protcode.tex in the 
>texmf tree, but an updated protcode.tex is needed if it is to run 
>with the newer pdfTeX I have installed.
>You only need to upgrade if you want to be able to use margin 
>kerning. There is not other difference.
>For convenience, I have put a small file on my ftp site.
>	ftp://ftp.nluug.nl/pub/comp/macosx/tex-gs/update-protcode.tar.gz
>Download and untar. It creates two files, protocde.tex.fixed and 
>update_protcode, which is a shell script. In a Terminal window, from 
>the directory where these files reside, run (as root) 
>./update_protcode. This will install the fixed version twice, one in 
>the intended place in the main texmf tree, the other will replace 
>any protcode.tex you might have installed yourself in a place where 
>it is found before the official one.
>If you do this, you have a setup which is equal to downloading and 
>installing the new dmg which I will upload tonight.

I just did this (that is, installed the newest teTeX and then ran the 
above-mentioned script) and the protcode.tex file at:


is not the new version (that is, is not the same as 
protcode.tex.fixed). What am I missing here?

Best regards,
    Gary L. Gray
    Associate Professor
    Engineering Science & Mechanics
    Penn State University
    (814) 863-1778

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