[tex-live] texlive 2003 -- acronym package missing doc
h.harders at tu-bs.de
Thu Feb 12 00:11:09 CET 2004
On Wed, 11 Feb 2004, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
> I think, a Makefile could do the job, e.g., for
> > numprint:
> > Then, the automatic procedure could be to start
> > make texlive
> > or similar for every package. The advantage of using makefiles is that
> > this is a common known format. You just have to declare which tags have to
> > be used, e.g., that every makefile has to provide the tag "texlive".
> I agree. I could switch to this immediately with a special
> case saying "IF there is a Makefile with a targte 'texlive',
> then use it".
> what should the target do? create a child tree "texmf" which
> contains the complete setup, which I could copy into
> place? I'd be happy with that
> - get package
> - make texlive
> - move texmf to right place for further processing
That is a great idea. I will include the target "texlive" to all Makefiles
of my packages.
> Of course, 99.9% of the world has no idea what a Makefile is....
May be, the percentage is a little better in TeX world (about 95%?).
But nevertheless, I am happy with that Makefile solution.
Thank you for this discussion.
Harald Harders Langer Kamp 8
Technische Universität Braunschweig D-38106 Braunschweig
Institut für Werkstoffe Germany
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