Paul Fons paul-fons at aist.go.jp
Sun Nov 22 05:15:03 EST 2009

There is nothing wrong with MacTeX 2009.  The APS came out with a new  
version of RevTeX 4.1 that fixed several outstanding bugs and added  
some new features.  Both the APS and AIP accept (prefer) the new  
version.  The only change necessary is to change your preamble to use  
revtex4-1 instead of revtex4.  There is more information on both AIP  
and the APS pages about the 4-1 release.  Naturally since the old  
version 4 is out of date, only the new version is installed.  It seems  
to work fine in my experience.


e.g. something like this:


On Nov 22, 2009, at 12:31 PM, david craig wrote:

> Just installed MacTeX 2009.
> My first compile failed because TeXLive 2009 can't find revtex.    
> 2008 has no problem finding it.
> \documentclass[..]{revtex4}
> What has changed?   Is REVTeX not in TeXLive 2009?  Or is there  
> something else I need to fix first?   Mac OS X 10.5.8.
> Please cc me directly with any replies as I am on the digest version  
> of the list.
> Thanks,
> David Craig
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