[OS X TeX] final tex live 2007
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Thu Feb 22 14:10:51 EST 2007
Am 22.02.2007 um 15:13 schrieb Herbert Schulz:
> On Feb 22, 2007, at 2:30 AM, Christian Burk wrote:
>> Am 20.02.2007 um 22:11 schrieb Richard Koch:
>>> The MacTeX TeXLive-2007 package is constructed by installing the
>>> full TeXLive-2007
>> But in this site, it says that MacTeX contains Gerben Wierda's
>> extensive TeX distribution, XeTeX, and the following front end
>> programs : TeXShop, LaTeXiT, BibDesk, Excalibur, and i-Installer.
>> (vide http://www.tug.org/mactex/)
>> Do I misunderstand something or where could I get the MacTeX
>> installation with the _full_ TL2007?
> Because of the state of flux at this time the <http://www.tug.org/
> mactex/> site is still pointing toward the release of last year's
> (well the late 2005) MacTeX release that was updated as Gerben
> updated the i-installer version. Some time, hopefully shortly,
> after the final MacTeX 2007 is released these pages will be revised.
> If you want the ``experimental'' (this is awfully close to the
> final release so experimental makes its sound unstable and it's
> very stable) version of MacTeX 2007 go to <http://www.tug.org/~koch/
> NewPackages.html>. You can get the complete version (full TeX Live
> 2007 [just barely pre-release] with the GUI apps at the bottom of
> that page (as mactex.tar.gz) or choose the MacTeX_Additions.dmg for
> the GUI apps and either gwTeX.dmg for Gerben's release based on TeX
> Live 2007 [just barely pre-release] or the full TeXLive-2007.dmg
> [ditto]. My advice is to NOT take the teTeX based version since
> that will not be maintained and I'm not sure about the
> TeXLiveMTS-2007.dmg version.
> There is some information near the bottom of of that page that may
> explain things better and more fully.
> Good Luck,
> Herb Schulz
> (herbs at wideopenwest.com)
Thanks for clarifying this point...!
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