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Re: cygkpathsea-3-3-7.dll (was Re: grep.exe - Unable to locate DLL)
On Tue, 16 Sep 2003, Alex Vinokur wrote:
> "Alex Vinokur" wrote in message firstname.lastname@example.org">news:email@example.com...
> > "Jan Nieuwenhuizen" wrote in message firstname.lastname@example.org">news:email@example.com...
> > > Alex Vinokur writes:
> > >
> > > > $ cygcheck -c | grep tetex
> > > > tetex 20020911-1 OK
> > > > tetex-bin 20020911-1 OK
> > >
> > > ... but you must have libkpathsea3*-2.0.x or something. Very strange.
> > >
> > > The picture of your setup.exe suggests that the mirror that you use is
> > > very much out of date. What mirror do you use?
> > http://ftp.inf-tu.dresden.de (See attachment).
> It seems that http://ftp.inf-tu.dresden.de is OK.
> Perhaps it was my fault. Sorry.
> Now the problem with kpsewhich.exe (cygkpathsea-3-3-7) is solved.
> ------ BEGIN ------
> 1. I anew installed tetex, tetex-base, tetex-bin, tetex-devel which were
> downloaded from http://ftp.inf-tu.dresden.de .
> $ cygcheck -c | grep tetex
> tetex 2.0.2-12 OK
> tetex-base 2.0.2-12 Incomplete
> tetex-beta 20020911-1 OK
> tetex-bin 2.0.2-12 OK
> tetex-devel 2.0.2-12 OK
> tetex-doc 20020911-1 OK
> tetex-extra 20020911-1 OK
> tetex-tiny 20020911-1 Incomplete
> tetex-x11 20020911-1 OK
> $ cygcheck -cd | grep tetex
> tetex 2.0.2-12
> tetex-base 2.0.2-12
> tetex-beta 20020911-1
> tetex-bin 2.0.2-12
> tetex-devel 2.0.2-12
> tetex-doc 20020911-1
> tetex-extra 20020911-1
> tetex-tiny 20020911-1
> tetex-x11 20020911-1
Three quick notes:
1) There is no reason to run *both* "cygcheck -c" and "cygcheck -cd" --
the package version information will be absolutely the same. The only
difference is the integrity checking in "cygcheck -c".
2) Is there a particular reason why you didn't upgrade *all* of your tetex
packages to the latest version?
3) I'd investigate the "Incomplete"s above -- "tetex-*" aren't supposed to
have missing files. The next step after seeing an "Incomplete" package
is to run "cygcheck -cv" to see which files are considered missing (as
suggested in <http://cygwin.com/ml/cygwin/2003-09/msg00969.html>). If
"cygcheck -c" erroneously reports some files as missing, I'd like to
know about it.
Hope this helps,
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