Why is quran package installed by default on Texlive2020
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Fri May 15 10:22:54 CEST 2020
pá 15. 5. 2020 v 6:08 odesílatel Norbert Preining
<norbert at preining.info> napsal:
> > Norbert appreciate the solution. Interesting need forced uninstall to remove it so Karl was wrong about a normal uninstall - find that really weird.
> Because collection-xetex depends on it, so tlmgr refuses to uninstall a
> package that is needed by a collection.
> Using the --force this is overridden.
> > Still dont understand why it is installed in anything but a full scheme - have very strong objections to it being installed on my computer but off topic.
> Please give a **universal** criteria which package should not be
> installed in a (medium/standard) setup? Onto which valuations do you
> base your decision what should and what should not be installed.
Just a comment, personally I would not accept as a valuable reason
that it is not installed in MiKTeX as default. There are many other
packages available in TeX Live as default but not available in MiKTeX,
so why only quran and the other dozens of packages? If you really
insist in having only packages available in MiKTeX, you can join the
team and prepare collection-miktex.
> Every user has different opinions on that, and yours is not more and not
> less worth than anyone else's opinion.
> PREINING Norbert https://www.preining.info
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