[tex-live] Trouble with Czech/Slovak
zdenek.wagner at gmail.com
Thu Aug 13 09:43:24 CEST 2020
čt 13. 8. 2020 v 7:54 odesílatel Dr. Werner Fink <werner at suse.de> napsal:
> On 2020/08/13 11:59:13 +0900, Akira Kakuto wrote:
> > Dear Werner,
> > > # from csplain:
> > > csplain pdftex - -etex -enc csplain-utf8.ini
> > > luacsplain luatex - -etex csplain.ini
> > > pdfcsplain luatex - -etex csplain.ini
> > > pdfcsplain pdftex - -etex -enc csplain-utf8.ini
> > > pdfcsplain xetex - -etex csplain.ini
> > These lines are the same as the ones in the TeX Live 2020.
> > However there are lines
> > ...
> > if echo "$src" | grep '/pdfcsplain$' >/dev/null; then
> > # at p.olsak insistence: we have three pdfcsplain entries in
> > # fmtutil.cnf with different engines, but the executable link
> > # must point to pdftex.
> > verbose_echo "forcing pdfcsplain destination to be pdftex"
> > dest=pdftex$exeext
> > fi
> > verbose_do ln -s "$dest" "$src"
> > ...
> > in texlinks.sh in the TeX Live 2020, thus the executable pdfcsplain is
> > linked to pdftex. So you are using a different build environment
> > than the standard TeX Live 2020.
> Indeed, yes the full TeXLive source are build if possible with the system
> libraries for each distribution. And meanwhile I've found also this in
> texlinks.sh and integrated this into the rpm spec file.
> Thanks for spotting!
Yes, I know about it. If you want to use csplain with xetex or luatex,
you have to specify the engine on the command line. I do not remember
the correct syntax, I would have to look into my e-mail archive or
into documentation written in Czech by Petr Olšák. His motivation is
that if t creates PDF directly, the name of te format must be pdftex
no matter which engine is used...
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