[OS X TeX] Newbie questions:
bvoisin at mac.com
Thu Jun 8 18:11:38 CEST 2006
Le 8 juin 06 à 17:28, Arno Kruse a écrit :
> I have chosen the text above as an example: During the last weeks I
> feel more and more helpless, because I do not understand what
> Bruno, Peter and many other are talking about. I do not understand
> the problems nor do I understand the answers.
> Is this the false list for me? Am I alone so stupid not to
> understand? Is it necessary to be an expert if I only want to use
> (La)TeX and get informations?
> I hoped to get old without becoming senile. My doubts arise.
Regarding the MacTeX list, it's quite normal you don't know about it:
this is a separate list that started as closed, invitation-only, and
to which you can now ask for subscription. This list <http://
www.tug.org/mailman/listinfo/mactex> is the discussion list of the
MacTeX Technical Working Group of TUG <http://www.tug.org/twg/mactex/>.
Generally I avoid mentioning this list, first given its closed nature
and also because of the naming confusion:
- MacTeX is also the name of the all-in-one distribution of TeX
<http://www.tug.org/mactex/>, prepared by members of the MacTeX
Technical Working Group under the supervision of Herb Schulz (who did
a lot of the hard work of putting the distribution together).
- Mac-TeX is also a shorthand name for the TeX on Mac OS X web site
<http://www.esm.psu.edu/mac-tex/> created by Gary Gray and maintained
by Joe Slater.
- And finally Mac-TeX is also often a shorthand for this mailing list.
« De quoi perdre son latin » as the French would say!
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