[OS X TeX] How Long...
herbs at wideopenwest.com
Sat Jun 21 15:45:49 EDT 2008
On Jun 21, 2008, at 12:59 PM, Robert Bruner wrote:
> Jason Davies wrote:
>> Herbert Schulz wrote on 21/6/08 at 14:28
>>> So, let the discussion begin. How many people, especially at
>>> Universities and other Organizations, which distribute software via
>>> Disk still need Panther versions?
>> I've got one at home and my dept uses a few. But then, they
>> already have things installed and don't especially need updating
>> (if it ain't broke, don't fix..)
> This is my attitude exactly. If people are still running 10.3,
> then they probably aren't installing the latest TeX. If they do
> want to, the older releases of TeX can still be retrieved, no?
> I am one of these people who lags behind the leading edge by a bit,
> and when something like this comes along and forces me to catch up, it
> is not always a bad thing.
> Bob Bruner
Just to keep the confusion down I expect that the TeX distribution
itself will be Panther/Tiger/Leopard compatible. It is the extras that
come with the full MacTeX distribution (i.e., the TUG TeX Live 2008
DVD) or MacTeXtras (which is everything except the TeX distribution)
that I am concerned about.
(herbs at wideopenwest.com)
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