[tex-k] header special extension proposal

Paul Vojta vojta at Math.Berkeley.EDU
Wed Aug 24 05:21:48 CEST 2005

On Tue, Aug 23, 2005 at 09:17:49AM +0200, Hendri Adriaens wrote:
> > You don't need to know about perl.  Just use it.
> Often, the need for an external program (and `learning' where to get it) is
> enough to hold people back from usign the software.

>From the MikTeX installation page, http://www.miktex.org/manual/howtoget.html:

	"There are other applications you might be interested in installing:


	    ActivePerl is an implementation of Perl for Windows. A few
	    utilities (e.g., ConTeXt) are Perl scripts. You should install
	    ActivePerl, if you want to use these utilities."

On Unix systems, perl is usually included as a basic system utility.

--Paul Vojta, vojta at math.berkeley.edu

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