Re: I can't find tex.fmt

2001-05-28 Thread Thomas Esser

 Where is the tex.fmt?

What happens if you run
  fmtutil --byfmt=tex

Thomas



Re: teTeX releases

2001-05-28 Thread Thomas Esser

 Is there a new teTeX release underway anytime soon?

No. My target for a new release is somewhere at the end of this year
when - hopefully - the next web2c release is out.

teTeX is based on web2c-7.3.1 and I want to skip over 7.3.2 and 7.3.3
which are already out (with only very few improvements over 7.3.1).
I would have updated pdftex in teTeX-beta, but since it depends on
web2c-7.3.3 now, this is not as easy as it used to be...

Thomas



Re: PS viewers.

2001-05-28 Thread Mats Bengtsson

 Hello,
 
 Thanks very much for all the feedback I got on PS viewers.
 
 In fact, only a week ago, I downloaded gv 3..5.8, managed to compile it and 
 it worked fine.  I then had to upgrade my gs5.50 to gs6.50 to handle 
 computer modern type 1 fonts.  Now, gv no longer works.  It gives 
 Postscript interpreter failed on main page.

That's weird. I just tried the same gv 3.5.8 with both
gs5.50 and gs6.50 and it works without any problems. 
Are you sure that you didn't compile in any full paths to 
gs in the gv binary? In State-Ghostscript options ..., 
it should just say Interpreter: gs

/Mats





RE: PS viewers.

2001-05-28 Thread George J. Wakileh

Hello,

The problem is solved now as pointed out in my previous email.  The puzzle 
is How did gv work with gs 5.50?.

George

-Original Message-
From:   Mats Bengtsson [SMTP:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent:   Monday, 28 May 2001 14:36
To: George J. Wakileh
Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject:Re: PS viewers.

That's weird. I just tried the same gv 3.5.8 with both gs5.50 and gs6.50 
and it works without any problems.   Are you sure that you didn't compile 
in any full paths to gs in the gv binary? In State-Ghostscript options 
...,  it should just say Interpreter: gs

/Mats