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Re: TeX Live 2009 for Fedora



2009/8/20 Jindrich Novy <jnovy redhat com>:
>
> Maybe a good idea is to start directly with TeX Live 2009 in Fedora
> because TL 2008 has different package set and TL 2009 contains newest
> packages and will likely be released this year. And before that we can
> help with testing :)

One more issue: some packages (like R, for example) still depend on
"tetex-latex", which I guess used to be a virtual provide of texlive
but is now gone. What's the plan for dealing with this?

Here's the full list of things that require tetex-latex according to repoquery:

a2ps-0:4.14-8.fc11.x86_64
asymptote-0:1.70-1.fc11.x86_64
fig2ps-0:1.3.6-4.fc11.noarch
hevea-0:1.10-3.fc11.x86_64
HippoDraw-0:1.21.1-9.fc11.x86_64
ipe-0:6.0-0.29.pre30.fc11.x86_64
jadetex-0:3.13-5.fc11.noarch
mediawiki-math-0:1.14.0-45.fc11.x86_64
pdfjam-0:1.21-1.fc11.noarch
pyscript-0:0.6.1-4.fc11.noarch
R-devel-0:2.9.0-2.fc11.x86_64
tetex-bytefield-0:1.2a-5.fc11.noarch
tetex-dvipost-0:1.1-10.fc11.x86_64
tetex-elsevier-0:0.1.20071024-2.fc11.noarch
tetex-IEEEtran-0:1.7.1-2.fc11.noarch
tetex-perltex-0:1.7-2.fc11.noarch
tetex-prosper-0:1.5-5.fc11.noarch
texmaker-1:1.8-2.fc11.x86_64

MEF

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