[OS X TeX] MacTex Distribution Updates?

Alex Hamann Alexander.Hamann at stud-mail.uni-wuerzburg.de
Fri Nov 16 21:47:51 CET 2007

Am 16.11.2007 um 21:08 schrieb Jasper Knockaert:

> Arthur Snoke schreef op 16-11-2007 20:36:
>> On Fri, 16 Nov 2007, Jasper Knockaert wrote:
>>> As for the many command-line tools that smoothen your LaTeX work  
>>> flow (such as ImageMagick, LaTeX2rtf, Ghostscript and others), it  
>>> is unclear what is the best of the many approaches available.
>> Where can one go to find what the current versions are for these  
>> packages?
> To know which is the most recent release of such a command-line  
> tool, you have to consult its project site. To stay on the current,  
> you subscribe to the corresponding mailing list or rss-feed.
> To know which version you are going to install, you check:
> - i-installer: at the bottom of the readme file
> - MacTeX: ???
> - fink: at the fink project site you can check the version number  
> available for both branches (stable and instable)
not to forget : MacPorts

> Best regards
> Jasper.
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