In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], John Culleton [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes So how would you start an absolute newbie to e.g., Context and pdfetex? Where would you point them for their first download? Mswintex.zip is another option for a basic (Context only) setup that avoids the frighteningly large
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], John Culleton [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes So how would you start an absolute newbie to e.g., Context and pdfetex? [Apologies if you get this twice - first time I used the wrong email identity so I think that the list server has quarantined or deleted it.] Mswintex.zip
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Bruce Horrocks [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes So I wrote my own :-) which I have attached and which you are welcome Okay, this time they're attached. :-) Regards, -- Bruce Horrocks Surrey, UK I can't find a proper install guide for mswintex.zip under XP Professional
I am writing some e-books on free software. I am recommending TeX (of course) and Context instead of LaTeX. The vast majority of my readers will be using some flavor of MSWindows. Unfortunately there have been problems in synchronizing Context releases and Miktex releases, in re.