[OS X TeX] Ghostscript 9.15
murrayeisenberg at gmail.com
Sat Oct 11 18:11:04 EDT 2014
On 10 Oct 2014 13:30:11 -0700, Richard Koch <koch at math.uoregon.edu> wrote:
> Ghostscript 9.15, released on September 22, 2014, fixes the bugs which caused us to skip
> Ghostscript 9.14 and ship Ghostscript 9.10 with MacTeX-2014.
> I just released an install package for Ghostscript 9.15. See
> This package will work on Leopard 10.5 and above, for both PPC and Intel. The 32 bit
> binaries were compiled on Leopard and the 64 bit binaries were compiled on Snow Leopard.
> The package also contains 64 bit binaries for Yosemite, compiled on Yosemite.
> Apple has been pushing users to upgrade to their latest system, making these upgrades free
> and compatible with recent machines. Their message to developers has been
> "ignore older systems and develop for the latest release." In this spirit, I'll try when possible
> to support the latest system with binaries compiled on that system.
> Warning: This package hasn't been tested on older systems. Such testing is encouraged.
> My web page contains Ghostscript 9.10 in case of trouble.
My OS X 10.9.5 system has Ghostscript installed also via MacPorts (in /opt/local/bin), and the Terminal command "which gs" shows that MacPorts version, which unfortunately is only at version 9.10.
Does this matter to MacTeX? That is, will MacTeX automatically look in /usr/local/bin? Or, instead, will it use whatever instance of gs my "which gs" shows?
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