[OS X TeX] (OT) Beamer

Alain Matthes alain.matthes at mac.com
Thu Mar 8 19:06:15 CET 2007

Le 8 mars 07 à 16:17, Enrico Franconi a écrit :

> On 8 Mar 2007, at 23:31, Alain Matthes wrote:
>> Tantau makes a lots of changes in the cvs for beamer and tikz 	
>> but it prefers to do few versions, only when the changes are  
>> important.
>> If you want to be up to date, it is necessary to supervise the  
>> files using CVS!
> I am a heavy user of (stable) beamer.
> How "safe" would be to rely on the CVS version?

I speak for Beamer and for Tikz. I think that a good idea,
is to be to subscribe with the lists beamer and pgf.
There are relatively little messages but if a bug is discovered
  Tantau made the correction very quickly. It gives the solution
  so that one can correct manually, and if not it corrects the
files via cvs. A file in Tikz changes every month.

With TeX on Mac OS X, the other list important, is the pdftex list.


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