Ed L Cashin <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> 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.  

It turned out that when I copied the new perl files to the bin
directory, there were some old symlinks there, and texutil was
overwriting texexec.

That was hard to figure out!  ... but only because I wasn't reading
the usage message carefully.  It did say "texutil".  :)

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