[OS X TeX] final tex live 2007
rloukano at stp.lingfil.uu.se
Thu Feb 22 13:45:02 EST 2007
On Thu, 22 Feb 2007, Bruno Voisin wrote:
> One thing you may have to do is, in case you installed additional elements in
> /usr/local/texlive/texmf-local, to run mktexlsr and (in case you installed
> additional fonts) updmap manually from the command-line.
For now, I haven't.
>> 2. I did the Full mode of gwTeX install. But I am tempted (very much
>> indeed) to try he expert mode, if you would give some guidelines. (Some
>> time ago, I dared that with the deprecated-now teTeX. I'm not sure if I
>> grasped what I did, but whatever, teTeX worked greatly.)
> Unless you have a specific need to do this (e.g. select font inclusion in all
> cases, customize the list of formats to build and/or of hyphenation files to
> include, add map files, activate per-user configuration, etc.), it's not
> really useful.
One thing might be relevant: I have a specific package for Bulgarian font
which is not on CTAN (but it is very good), and I should place it at some
appropriate location. Perhaps somehow and somewhere in the
The package is called bgtex-v3. I run test files inside the directory
bgtex, and they typeset ok, but I got a bunch of font specific files, like
grmn0500.600pk, grmn0500.mf, grmn0500.tfm, etc.
It seems to me that the option (2) may have the drawback of deleting the
font with each update. But on the other hand, it may have some more
important pluses unknown to me.
I recall there were already discussions on this subject on the list, but
finding them is another matter... So, i simply do not know how to deal
with this package.
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