Re: The Future of Debian's TeX packages
'Christian Schwarz wrote:'
>So the major question is:
> a) do we stick to our own Debian-TeX distribution -- that is:
> we have to get all TeX sources/macro packages from CTAN and
> have to arrange/compile/config them to apply to our standards, or
This may be the option that fits our source code packaging best.
> b) should we base our TeX packages on an existing TeX distribution
> (teTeX, NTeX, etc.) and change only what's necessary to apply
> to Debian standards.
I'd add a disadvantage to these is that we won't have sources (well,
maybe we would) and the filesystem standard would have to be verified
after each new release (hard work too).
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