[tex-live] Matching TL package setups to my own

Norbert Preining preining at logic.at
Sun Aug 26 09:23:55 CEST 2007

On Sam, 25 Aug 2007, Karl Berry wrote:
>     I would prefer to have the bin-stuff remaining ... 
> Why?

Well, in fact I don't mind, or I don't know. There is one thing which
might be of interest namely to know where binaries (actual compiled
binaries) are located. But this is not that important.

> In cases like perltex and wordcount, it seems an unnecessary
> complication to me to have both foo and bin-foo.  I'd rather just have
> foo.  Maybe I'm foo(lish).

I agree, yes, the splitting creates more pain quite often then win. But
the restructuring should be done in mind that we have cross tree
packages (what I don't consider a problem ...)

Best wishes


PS: Leaving today again for one week ... probably no internet access.

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