<div dir="ltr"><div><div><br>Zdeněk wrote<br><br><br></div><div><div style="margin-left:40px">I think it is generally a good idea to have local .cfg files and find
their meaning in the local guide. Its implementation is straightforward.
If there is a need for such a local .cfg file, it can be placed in
texmf-local which is searched first. If it is not found there, the
default .cfg will be read from texmf-dist. Thus it will work for both
kinds of users.<br><br></div>Yes, sure it's just that (as now) when changes are suggested in the default version it's not so clear where to go, for texlive I can mail here, I BCC'ed Christian as a heads up for miktex but other distributions it's not so clear what they do.<br><br></div>if we put them also on ctan as we do for the .def files then there would be a canonical place for them. (same true of .ini files for format creation actually)<br><br></div>David<br><br></div>