Creating a Chocolatey Package For TexLive
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Fri Sep 11 13:37:11 CEST 2020
pá 11. 9. 2020 v 12:55 odesílatel Philip Taylor
<P.Taylor at hellenic-institute.uk> napsal:
> Naveen M K wrote:
> The reason I created the thread is that there should be pre-compiled binaries rather than those compiled in the user's computer [...]
> There are pre-compiled binaries — I use nothing else. Whilst, when I was a VMS user, I would regard compiling a program from source as the most natural way to do things, with MS Windows I expect pre-compiled binaries and would have no wish whatsoever to compile someone else's program[s], tho' I might very occasionally want to compile my own.
The problem in TeX Live is that the programs are not written just in
one programming language. I do not mind compiling someone else's
programs but I do not have all tools installed so that I am not able
to compile the whole TeX Live. I do not like to install tools just for
TeX Live compilation if I do not use them for my work, thus I am happy
that I can install precompiled binaries even in Linux.
> ** Phil.
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