[XeTeX] Biblatex and Biber UTF-8 file
kfeuerherm at wlu.ca
Sat Nov 13 01:10:07 CET 2010
Thanks, Herb. I'll probably do that when I'm back at the office on Monday. I was doing individual ones because I'm at home in the country at the moment. I didn't realize after downloading TL2010 at the office that I'd be needing other things.
When TL2010 was first announced, I was monitoring messages and got the impression it would be best to wait a while as it seemed to have introduced some instabilities (fontspec comes to mind). But it turned out that something I compiled complained that I was using TL2009 and that I should be upgrading (I've forgotten now what it was), hence the upgrade the other day.
I should be ok now, I think. Just a matter of figuring out how the stuff works, now... (BTW I'm new to Mac, as well as to *TeX. So it's a lot to adjust to in a short time. But it's coming along well.)
>>> On Fri, Nov 12, 2010 at 4:58 PM, in message
<F96BC5F1-7CA9-4189-AF6E-8390ABD9C2EC at wideopenwest.com>, Herbert Schulz
<herbs at wideopenwest.com> wrote:
> On Nov 12, 2010, at 1:28 PM, Karljurgen Feuerherm wrote:
>> Ok, what I did was download MacTeX2010... Then I used the TeXLive utility to
> upgrade modules as it became evident that they were either missing or
> (already) out of date.
>> If there's a better way to do this, I'll be happy to use it. (Depending upon
> where I am, upgrade all is/isn't an option; but I can do it periodically, if
> that's the wise thing to do. I generally don't do this sort of thing so as
> only to get things I need, and when they've stabilized.)
> Now I know you're on Mac! :-) You can tell the TeX Live Utility to update all
> packages (Shift-Cmd-U) and that should bring you up to date. It sounds like you
> are updating individual packages. I say `should' because some repositories
> are more up to date that others.
> Good Luck,
> Herb Schulz
> (herbs at wideopenwest dot com)
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