[OS X TeX] pstoedit i-Package
Gerben.Wierda at rna.nl
Tue Jan 18 15:15:12 EST 2005
On 18 Jan 2005, at 20:09, Claus Gerhardt wrote:
> I wonder why this backward compatibility to 10.2.8 is necessary. Is it
> because of some packages or because of some computers? It's hard to
> imaging that there are computers that can't run 10.3.
Most computers *can* run 10.3 but many of those still run 10.2.
Upgrading costs $129. Going to 10.3 would even help me with
i-Installer, i.e. I would be able to do the proxy stuff. Still, I would
lose a lot of people if I would force 10.3 usage. I already dropped
10.1. Currently, I follow the "current and one release down" strategy,
but maybe with 10.4 I'll keep 10.2 because it works so well as a
> Wouldn't a strict 10.3 conform compilation make the packages more
No, most stuff that runs on 10.2 runs perfectly fine on 10.3. 10.2.8 is
a very good environment, unix-wise.
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