[OS X TeX] Duplicate texi* executables on Leopard

Adam R. Maxwell amaxwell at mac.com
Mon Nov 12 14:55:17 EST 2007

On Monday, November 12, 2007, at 11:52AM, "Berend Hasselman" <bhh at xs4all.nl> wrote:
>On 12 Nov 2007, at 20:35, Frank STENGEL wrote:
>> Le 12 nov. 07 à 19:36, Frank STENGEL a écrit :
>> <snip>
>>> Same here with a clean install of 10.5. As far as I can say the  
>>> files in /usr/bin/ are part of 10.5. I just checked on my time  
>>> machine backup: these files appear in /usr/bin from the first  
>>> backup onwards...
>> <snap>
>> As a matter of fact these it looks as if in Tiger one also found the  
>> texi* files within /usr/bin
>Yes you're right. Texi2pdf doesn't seem to be there.
>I don't understand this.
>Where are they coming from? If part of Mac OS X, then where is the  
>corresponding TeX?
>This is weird.

They've always been part of OS X AFAIK, or at least part of the dev tools install.  They're so out-of-date that we keep our own version texi2html for BibDesk, since the help book is written in Texinfo.


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