[OS X TeX] TeX based on TeX Live release
Gerben.Wierda at rna.nl
Thu Nov 2 16:32:24 EST 2006
On Nov 2, 2006, at 11:31 , Bruno Voisin wrote:
> Le 2 nov. 06 à 00:29, Gerben Wierda a écrit :
>> The TeX (based on TeX Live) i-Package has been released to all the
>> repositories and so have all the support i-Packages: MusixTeX, CM-
>> Super, CB-Greek and the ConTeXt Updater.
> Some font issues (in Expert mode):
> - The following map files are not enabled by default:
> manfnt.map (missing)
> mflogo.map (missing)
> stmaryrd.map (missing)
I will add the misisng ones. The others are turned off because they
were missing in an earlier release at which time your updmap.cfg was
adapted (updmap --syncwithrees)
> Regarding the last four, they correspond in teTeX to /usr/local/
> - Some map files in the following directories, taken verbatim from
> teTeX, are partly redundant with those from the original TeXLive:
> Some examples of redundancy:
> I don't know which other directories have been copied verbatim from
> teTeX (lucida?). I'm not sure it would be good to suppress them
> either: for example, /usr/local/TeXLive/texmf.texlive/fonts/map/
> dvips/tetex/ contains lucidabr-o.map and lumath-o.map I absolutely
> need for my Lucida font setup.
> - Regarding mathtime, the tfm files are indeed present in /usr/
> local/TeXLive/texmf.texlive/fonts/tfm/yandy/mathtime/, but the vf
> file mtmi.vf is missing. In teTeX it was:
mtmi.vf is not in TeX Live. Maybe it is best to report things there.
> Some other things:
> - I'm surprised by the existence of:
> Is it standard practice to include them in TeXLive?
Yep. But I should remove them.
> - During the Language selection stage (in Expert mode), the
> comments in the dialog box mention English and British, while the
> hyphenation files are called usenglish and ukenglish. Some users
> might be confused by this.
I have removed the remarks from the comment.
> That's it, I've not attempted to perform any exhaustive and
> systematic check of the content of the font-support files in
> TeXLive; the above are just things I noticed randomly. For the rest
> of this week and most of next week I need to get going, and will
> probably switch back to teTeX until I get a few things done.
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