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Bug#546858: More info


Thanks a lot for the quick reply;

> On Mi, 16 Sep 2009, Michael Tautschnig wrote:
> > (/usr/share/texmf-texlive/tex/generic/hyphen/ukhyphen.tex
> > ! TeX capacity exceeded, sorry [pattern memory=270000].
> Hmm, that is strange.
> I have installed all the TL2007 packages plus cjk plus littex, so all
> the hyphenation patterns that there are, and I don't have that problem,
> running also amd64.
> Could it be that you didn't accept updating one of the /etc/texmf/texmf.d/
> conffiles?
> I have in /etc/texmf/texmf.d/95NonPath.cnf:
>   trie_size = 400000

Huh - I seemingly skipped the comment in /etc/texmf/texmf.cnf that tells me that
one shouldn't edit that file because it will be auto-generated. My 95NonPath.cnf
indeed has that value, but texmf.cnf still has trie_size = 270000!? 

I don't think I ever changed that file, at least not in a way that set trie_size
to 270000 (I actually had scripts setting that to 470000 because of those
upgrade issues). I wonder how update-texmf decides whether or not to overwrite
the values using data from texmf.d/*?

> Is that the same on yours?
> Can you send me your language.dat file, please
>   /var/lib/texmf/tex/generic/config/language.dat


Not sending that file for now as the issue will probably be solved once I
understand the way update-texmf works...

Could you just briefly explain how update-texmf takes its decisions? I think
we'll be able to close that bug in a few moments :-)

Thanks a lot,

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