[XeTeX] Biblatex and Biber UTF-8 file
kfeuerherm at wlu.ca
Sat Nov 13 02:32:41 CET 2010
It's not so bad... I used to be in comp sci years ago, but I've been out of the loop, and back in the day I used a Honeywell system so never learned Unix. But it's coming!
Thanks for all the suggestions. As for Windows--not so much bad habits maybe, more 'no habits' because everything was just so awkward when it came to trying to do one's own systems programming sort of applications (not impossible, but expensive and inconvenient). To tell the truth, gcc and *TeX were main reasons for switching, since I found the user base on Windows was small and the applications just not really up to snuff.
>>> On Fri, Nov 12, 2010 at 8:10 PM, in message
<C6A0AEC9-B4E0-4B43-AC50-C0A078653634 at wideopenwest.com>, Herbert Schulz
<herbs at wideopenwest.com> wrote:
> On Nov 12, 2010, at 6:10 PM, Karljurgen Feuerherm wrote:
>> 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.)
> A lot to adjust to indeed. If you were used to Windows before it'll take a
> while just to undo ``bad'' habits and then learn the ``Mac Way'' of looking
> at the world. As far as TeX is concerned at some point you'll probably want
> to learn some Terminal (Command Line) stuff to fully understand some of the
> system but one thing at a time.
> Good Luck,
> Herb Schulz
> (herbs at wideopenwest dot com)
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