> btw, if one uses mkiv, ruby is no longer needed unless one wants to run
> specific scripts that are not yet luafied; but then, installing ruby is no
> big deal anyway

How about process the mkii document using lua script too? So
eventually we can get rid of ruby and perl.

now context script supports --pdftex and --xetex switch, but it still
fall back to texexec and texutils ruby scripts.


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