On Thu, 11 Jun 2009, Hans van der Meer wrote:

> When loading minimals with a shell script it appears that setuptex takes
> arguments from the calling shell script:

Indeed. 2 solutions:

- treat or save your arguments before calling setuptex, for example:
  shift $#
  source /opt/context/tex/setuptex

- or setuptex should be rather an executable, that prints out the
  environment to apply, then one would do something like this:
  eval `setuptex`
  (cleaner solution, but some work to do and all minimal-users must change
  their habits...)

Cheers, Peter

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