[OS X TeX] speed of typesetting on a MacBook?
will.adams at frycomm.com
Thu Jan 12 10:16:02 EST 2006
On Jan 12, 2006, at 9:39 AM, Jonathan Kew wrote:
> For those using XeTeX, it does benefit from dual processors when
> generating PDF output, as it runs the formatting and pdf-generation
> processes in parallel.
> But on the other hand, there's no Intel-native build yet .... hey,
> anyone care to offer me a new MacBook? ;)
I've got a better angle --- how's the port to non-Mac OS X platforms
Not that I'm pushing on that or anything since I'm now up-to-date w/
Tiger here at work.
(who is really, really pleased w/ his new dual 2.3GHz G5 here at his
new job, despite having hung a ``crash log'' outside his cubicle to
track crashes for each day, as well as a cumulative year-to-date
count on a per-application basis (Quark, InDesign &c.))
senior graphic designer
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