[tex-live] No format built on i386-linux
daniel.flipo at univ-lille1.fr
Sat Dec 23 11:19:39 CET 2006
> No format gets built at the end:
> As I recall, it's intentional. No formats are built by default; instead,
> they are created the first time a program is invoked.
Fine for me, I was just unsure it was intended because I saw this when
checking the log:
Doing post-install jobs from the packages...
EXECUTE !BuildFormat=amstex: BuildFormat on amstex
EXECUTE !BuildFormat=context: BuildFormat on context
EXECUTE !BuildFormat=cyramstex: BuildFormat on cyramstex
EXECUTE !BuildFormat=cyrtex: BuildFormat on cyrtex
EXECUTE !BuildFormat=cyrtexinfo: BuildFormat on cyrtexinfo
EXECUTE !BuildFormat=etex: BuildFormat on etex
EXECUTE !BuildFormat=jadetex: BuildFormat on jadetex
EXECUTE !BuildFormat=latex: BuildFormat on latex
EXECUTE !BuildFormat=metafont: BuildFormat on metafont
EXECUTE !BuildFormat=metapost: BuildFormat on metapost
EXECUTE !BuildFormat=mltex: BuildFormat on mltex
EXECUTE !BuildFormat=pdftex: BuildFormat on pdftex
EXECUTE !BuildFormat=tex: BuildFormat on tex
EXECUTE !BuildFormat=xmltex: BuildFormat on xmltex
the other EXECUTE commands _are_ executed:
EXECUTE !BuildLanguageDat=ba: BuildLanguageDat on ba
EXECUTE !addMap=aifonts.map: addMap on aifonts.map
I would suggest to delete the
lines and to add a message at the end of installation saying that
formats can be created by `fmtutil-sys --all' if needed. Creation on the
fly is best for single-user systems, but on multi-users systems each
user ends up with his own formats in his home directory, I guess most
sysadmins prefer creating them globally.
> ! I can't find file `xu-bahyph.tex'.
> Oops, my mistake. I'll arrange the dependencies so that they are always
> installed. Right now I think they are just in collection-xetex.
OK, I'll give another try to the next image.
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