Interesting that you are familiar with the download speeds of places say
in Namibia. If download was the issue, buy the DVD.

It not trims a Tex installation, it trims the whole lot.


On 5/25/11 10:45 PM, Trevor Jenkins wrote:
> On Wed, May 25, 2011 at 8:34 PM, Dr Eberhard W Lisse <
> <>> wrote:
>     It'll trim approximately 1 Gig in unnecessary language and other crap
>     from *ALL* apps and stuff, not just from the wiki, but if space is tight
>     yu don't have to mess about installations :-)-O
> Shame it doesn't also trim email replies too. 86 lines of back story
> that a decent threading email can cope with and FYI-28 non-compliant
> .sig files.
> Interesting I didn't see any mention of the CleanMyMac web site about it
> being able to trim a LaTeX installation.
> And the original observation was not about the disk footprint of MacTex
> but rather the size of the download, which for some ... say in Namibia
> where telecomms are still not T1 quality may be a consideration. And for
> some of us englska är inte endast språk; neither Mac OS X with all the
> latest Snow Leopard gizmos nor TeX can deal with the language into/from
> which I translate every day of my working life.
> Regards, Trevor.
> <>< Re: deemed!

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