# [tldoc] Status of English version

Staszek Wawrykiewicz staw at gust.org.pl
Mon Jul 14 01:50:53 CEST 2008

On Sun, 13 Jul 2008, Siep Kroonenberg wrote:

> Chapters 1-6 are more or less complete and in the repository. That
> doesn't mean that they are finished; just to convince you that there
> is progress. So if you start translating now then you may have to
> redo a lot of it.

Siep,
that is really good work! Many thanks for doing that.

sec. 3.3
<  (\texttt{nl}), Polish (\texttt{pl}) and Slovenian
>  (\texttt{sl}). The installer tries to determine the right language
>  (\texttt{nl}), Polish (\texttt{pl}), Slovenian (\texttt{sl}) and
>  Vietnamese (vi). The installer tries to determine the right language

sec. 3.4.5
< to define an environment \envname{TEXMFCNF} variable which tells
< \TL{} programs in what directory to find this \filename{texmf.cnf}.
> to define an environment \envname{TEXMFCNF} variable which tells
> \TL{} programs in what directory to find this \filename{texmf.cnf}.
> Of course modifying \envname{PATH} variable, as described before,
> is still needed.

[I have added that for sake, if somebody jumps only to that section]

sec. 7.2
<  \item \cmdname{Emacs} with AucTeX is available natively under Windows, see
<        \url{ftp://alpha.gnu.org/gnu/auctex}
>  \item \cmdname{Emacs} with AucTeX for Windows is available on \TL in
>        the \path|support| directory, see \url{ftp://alpha.gnu.org/gnu/auctex}

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[Dviout. This is really a pain that we cannot give people installed dviout
previewer for win32 users. All I can do is to prepare README file how
to install and configure it, and put the file in support/dviout/
(see rev. 9532).
Anyway, I think that some subsection should be added after sec. 7.1

\subsection{Dviout previewer}
This \TL{} release unfortunatelly doesn't offer preinstalled \textsf{DVI}
previewer for Windows. However you can install \textsf{dviout} by Toshio
Oshima from the \path|support/dviout/| directory, which contains also
a short information how to install and configure \textsf{dviout} for \TL.

At first, when you preview files with \cmdname{dviout}, it will create fonts
because screen fonts were not installed. After a while, you will have created
most of the fonts you use, and you will rarely see the font-creation window.