[tex-live] Grrr... what has happened with lambda/lamed, antomega and ushyphen.tex???

Norbert Preining preining at logic.at
Mon Sep 26 01:13:45 CEST 2005

HI Staszek!

On Mon, 26 Sep 2005, Staszek Wawrykiewicz wrote:
> select/modify what they really want. Anyway, we still need that file
> for engines like omega.
> It is really anoying and time consuming task to repair such badly
> maintained stuff...

I would suggest to ship a language.dat for lambda/etc which only
contains a minimal language setting, i.e. ushyphen/hyphen.tex. If
someone wants to work with lambda/lamed/antomega he has to make up his
mind and create a language.dat for himself. What do you think?

> Ps2. Norbert, you can revert your patch for Debian, I think.

Which patch? I removed language.dat from the lambda dir completely for
now *FOR THE DEBIAN PACKAGES*. But as soon as we have something useful I
will include it again.

Best wishes


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