jfbu at free.fr
Fri May 8 09:19:28 CEST 2015
Le 8 mai 2015 à 01:18, Norbert Preining <preining at logic.at> a écrit :
> On Fri, 08 May 2015, jfbu wrote:
>> installed: Yes
>> relocatable: No
> Well, this is strictly speaking correct, as soon as the package
> is installed it is not relocatable anymore.
> THe display of information is misleading. I am not sure, maybe I drop
> the relocatable information for installed packages completely,
> as it is irrelevant, or show the value from the remote tlpdb.
I had been reading http://tug.org/texlive/doc/tlmgr.html and
wanted to try a few things. (on my pretest installation)
All packages (corresponding to LaTeX macro packages)
which I tried returned relocatable: Yes.
I tried a few more this morning: hyperref babel newtx framed
kpfonts mathdesign newtxtt tabulary and all returned
apart from newtx
> I checked, and in the tlpretest tlpdb entry for etoc there is
> relocated 1
> meaning that a user can install it in user mode. That is all.
> Hope that clarifies things.
Thus relocatable means "user-mode-installable" ?
It also helped me clarify to myself that I had been entertaining
in my mind a confusion between "packages for TeX Live repos"
and "(generally) packages as bundled macro style files"
For example "tlmgr info newtxmath", or "tlmgr info tabularx"
both fail because those are indeed LaTeX packages, but they
are bundled into bigger things for TeX Live installation.
I do not see in the doc of tlmgr an action which given
say foo.sty would return the corresponding TeXLive package ?
tlmgr which etoc ->
"TeX Live package etoc"
tlmgr which tabularx ->
"No TL package "tabularx". Perhaps you meant tabularx.sty ?
Try out TeX Live package tools"
tlmgr which newtxmath ->
"No TL package with this name, but perhaps you will be interested
in TL package newtx? indeed, among the 1878 run files installed
with it, I could recognize newtxmath.sty"
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