Ed L Cashin <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: ... > Just to see what would happen, I then got pdftex 14h and unzipped it > in the bin dir, moving the pool files to texmf/web2c. Then I did > mktexlsr and fmtutil --all, but I see this error message in the > output: > > running `pdfetex -ini -jobname=cont-en -progname=context *cont-en.ini' ... > pdfetex: unrecognized option `-jobname=cont-en'
I hacked fmtutil and now all the formats get generated: [EMAIL PROTECTED] texmf# diff -u `which fmtutil` `which fmtutil`.hack --- /opt/tetex-2.0.2/bin/fmtutil Thu Oct 16 12:03:07 2003 +++ /opt/tetex-2.0.2/bin/fmtutil.hack Fri Oct 17 11:30:54 2003 @@ -555,7 +555,7 @@ localpool=false fi - jobswitch="-jobname=$format" + jobswitch="" case "$format" in metafun) prgswitch=-progname=mpost;; cont-??) prgswitch=-progname=context;; ... > I tried "texexec --make", but texexec is still just showing a usage > message and exiting. The --verbose option doesn't change that. Texexec still just shows a usage message. I bet I have to change something in texexec.ini, but I couldn't find it last time I looked. I'll look again. Now by doing "pdfetex \&cont-en test.tex" I'm able to see the example that made me want to upgrade. Hey, Hans! That is very impressive. You were absolutely right when you said, "Got you." How did you do it? It sounded like a hard problem. -- --Ed L Cashin | PGP public key: [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://noserose.net/e/pgp/ _______________________________________________ ntg-context mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.ntg.nl/mailman/listinfo/ntg-context