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Re: tetex-tiny bug

Ryan Johnson skrev 2011-11-25 17:53:
> On 25/11/2011 11:48 AM, Peter Rosin wrote:
>> Ryan Johnson skrev 2011-11-25 17:38:
>>> On 25/11/2011 10:48 AM, Peter Rosin wrote:
>>>> It's been a couple of years since I fixed this [1] on my old
>>>> computer, and now I had to fix it on the new one. Can someone
>>>> please fix the tetex-tiny package?
>>> My understanding is that tetex has not been maintained in years (neither cygwin nor upstream) and that we should all be using TexLive (cygwin-aware) or possibly MikTex (Windows native) at this point. My life has certainly become simpler since I realized this.
>> Great, but where's the TexLive Cygwin maintainer? Are you volunteering?

> That would be the good folks at Their unix
> installer is cygwin-aware out of the box, or they have a native Windows
> version if you prefer.

I prefer to install Cygwin software with setup.exe, which is what a
"Cygwin maintainer" provides, so I guess the good folks fail to deliver.

Also, I'm sure TeX Live also sports a dependency or two that I would
have to install, and maintain, manually. I prefer to keep my install
free of any locally installed software (that I have not written

Sorry to sound so ungrateful, but I suspect you knew what I meant from
the start - you certainly seem Cygwin-savvy enough, at least judging by
other posts.

I'm requesting a one-liner in a config file, is that such a big deal?


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