[tex-live] Czech support, ugly but efficient solution

David Antos xantos@informatics.muni.cz, cstugb-l@muni.cz
Fri, 11 Oct 2002 12:56:47 +0200


please, please, the political discussion about correct Czech support is
interesting, nevertheless we are in a hurry a bit, as we'll have to send
the CD to CSTUG members and we have a firm to make the CD.

Could you be so kind and prepare a `CS' edition havig pdftex.ini just in
the same state as about two years ago, not calling bplain but plain?

> $ cat /cdrom/texmf/pdftex/plain/config/pdftex.ini
> % Thomas Esser, 1998. public domain.
> % hyphenation tables are now set up in language.dat
> \pdfoutput=1
> \input plain
> \dump
> \endinput

Or is it enough to change the file and use `mkisofs -rJ'? (I'm afraid
the tpm files would go wrong.)

Thank you very much!


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