[OS X TeX] TeX-Gyre package of 2007/01/11 not working
Axel E. Retif
axretif at igo.com.mx
Sun Jan 14 13:33:23 EST 2007
On Jan 14, 2007, at 11:58, Roussanka Loukanova wrote:
> On Sun, 14 Jan 2007, Gerben Wierda wrote:
>> On Jan 14, 2007, at 18:11 , Roussanka Loukanova wrote:
>>> How did you updated, automatically, or by running i-Installer?
>>> As I recall, Gerben said in some email at one point that the
>>> updates would be automatic. Hope so.
>> The update from my build system to the repositpry is manual, it is
>> only automatic for th ConTeXt updater.
>> Installing/updating for a usr will by definition always be manual
>> as I consider too much automation there a security risk.
> - i-Instaler -> i-Package -> Open Updated Packages...
> - "Warning:... Do you want to check all i-Packages in your default
> save directory..."
> - I selected [Now]
> - "All i-Packages files in your local default save directory have
> been checked." [OK]
> In the browser's Preferences -> Main I have checked Show the
> Downloads window when downloading a file; and Always ask me where
> to save files.
> But I have not seen any updates, while you have done such and Axel
> got them? I am worried because I have troubles with some beamer
> files. I'll post that separately.
You only see updates if an i-Package in ~/Documents/i-Packages has
been updated in the remote repository, and i-Installer only checks if
the i-Package is up to date, not if the installed files are up to date.
Run i-Installer and in the i-Package menu choose Known Packages i-
Directory, from the window that opens select the i-Package you want
to check: gwTeX Support: TeX Gyre fonts, for example; then click in
``Open i-Package'' and in the i-Package window that will open click
in the ``Pkg Properties'' tab. There you will see if Self (the i-
Package in ~/Documents) is the same as Remote and if the installed
files (if at all) are up to date.
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