[OS X TeX] kpsewhich .enc strange
bb at creativeeyes.at
Thu Dec 30 12:27:43 EST 2004
I found the same problem in my fresh installation, getting the message:
Warning: pdflatex (file 8r.enc): cannot open encoding file for reading
Something similar happens when using dvips:
Warning: module writet1 of dvips (file 8r.enc): cannot open encoding
file for reading
This does not happen when using standard CM fonts. I just noticed it
with Adobe Garamond fonts I tried to install into teTeX, and I am not
100% sure that everything works fine with these newly added fonts
(although it should). However, something should be wrong, because
kpsewhich -progname=pdftex 8r.enc
kpsewhich -progname=dvips 8r.enc
both produce no result, i.e., 8r.enc is not in the search path. I
definitely don't know enough about fonts in LaTeX, but I guess this
might be one source of the problem.
On 30. Dez 2004, at 17:45, Curtis Clifton wrote:
> I see that Simon has succeeded in getting TL2005 install working, so
> perhaps I should go that route. However, something is clearly broken
> in the TL2004 "Stable" install and I'm stubborn enough to want to help
> you fix these bugs. Please note that I am using the TUG i-Directory.
> I'm starting with a clean install of the TeX i-Package dated June
> 2004, before you integrated TL2004 into the TeX i-Package. This old
> i-Package installs and works without any problems.
> I did the following:
> 1. I uninstalled the TeX i-Package. (i-Installer reported that the
> remote package was more current, so I updated before uninstalling.)
> 2. I verified that /usr/local/teTeX no longer existed on my machine.
> (i-Installer bug: the Pkg Properties tab does not update the Installed
> line to show "No installation found".)
> 3. I tried to run Install and Configure of the TeX i-Package. This
> failed. The Subprocess Output error window shows:
> Can't locate
> /Users/cclifton/Documents/i-Packages/tex.ii2/tex.sharedscript.pm in
> @INC (@INC contains:
> /Library/Perl/5.8.1/darwin-thread-multi-2level /Library/Perl/5.8.1
> /Library/Perl /Network/Library/Perl/5.8.1/darwin-thread-multi-2level
> /Network/Library/Perl/5.8.1 /Network/Library/Perl .) at
> /Users/cclifton/Documents/i-Packages/tex.ii2/tex.selector line 18.
> There appears to be a problem with updating from the June TeX
> i-Package to the most recent one. The tex.sharedscript.pm file, among
> others, is not downloaded. I have reported this problem to you
> off-list previously and have duplicated the problem three times using
> the procedure described above. You may not be interested in fixing
> this bug, but should at least acknowledge it in either the package
> description or on your website.
> To get past this bug, it is necessary to exit i-Installer and delete
> the TeX i-Package from my ~/Documents/i-Packages directory. So I did
> so and continued as follows:
> 1. I opened the TeX i-Package from TUG.
> 2. I ran Install and Configure with the following options:
> 2004 Stable
> Paper size: chose letter, clicked Set
> 3. In Terminal, I opened on a new shell, cd to the directory
> containing my minimal fourier sample file, and ran `pdflatex sample`.
> This failed, with the key bit of the log being: Warning: pdflatex
> (file 8r.enc): cannot open encoding file for reading
> Having re-established the broken installation, I tried all the various
> queries on the environment that you've suggested in the threads on
> this topic. The full transcript of these follows my signature below.
> But the interesting bits are that:
> - My environment contains only one variable related to TeX:
> TEXEDIT=bbedit +%d %s
> - The ENCFONTS variable does not appear in texmf.cnf as demonstrated
> by the following transcript:
> [cclifton]$ find /usr/local/teTeX -name texmf.cnf
> [cclifton]$ grep ENCFONTS /usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf/web2c/texmf.cnf
> [cclifton]$ grep ENCFONTS /usr/local/teTeX/texmf.cnf
> The transcript below contains a listing of both texmf.cnf files.
> You'll note that the /usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf/web2c/texmf.cnf file
> includes hardwired references to /usr/local/Build. I suspect that the
> i-Package is failing to generate the correct texmf.cnf for the TL2004
> Stable install.
> Your posts to the list seem to indicate that you believe this problem
> is entirely due to user error (esp. with regard to environment
> variables). However, the other common factor is that TL2004 Stable
> does not work, but TL2005 Devel. does work.
> I will send the i-Installer report off list.
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