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TeTex v. 3.0 (1/2/2006, SAWATAISHI Jun) Readme/What's new
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After I have uploaded OS/2 binaries and needed files for teTeX 2.99x-beta, I kept on building newly updated beta source. As soon as teTeX 3.0 was released Feb 2005, I built teTeX. `mktexdir'(in `usr/share/texmf/web2c') included in the first release was broken. I'm very sorry to trouble those who downloded release 1. This is the 4th release of teTeX 3.0 for OS/2. Please send me a mail if you have any troubles and opinions. You can get newest release of teTeX 3.0 for OS/2 in hobbes: http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/cgi-bin/h-browse?sh=1&dir=//pub/os2/apps/wp/tex http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/pub/os2/apps/wp/tex/os2tetex-3.0.zip NOTE 1: `enctex' feature is included in web2c 7.5.3/7.5.4. NOTE 2: No format files (*.fmt, *.mem) are included in this zip archive. So make format files by yourself using `fmtutil'. NOTE 3: Japanized version of tex (ptex), dvips and related files are included in this package. NOTE for Japanese user: Read "For Japanese users" section after installation. Version numbers for main programs of tetex-20050111-beta @@// TeX 3.141592 (Web2C 7.5.4) pTeX 3.141592-p3.1.9 (SJIS) (Web2C 7.5.4) [for Japanese] Aleph 3.141592-1.15-2.1-rc4 (Web2C 7.5.4) pdfTeX, pdfeTeX, pdfxTeX 3.141592-1.21a-2.2 Web2C 7.5.4 kpathsea version 3.5.4 xdvi-os2.exe: LESSTIF version xdvik version 22.84.9 (#(@)GNU/LessTif Version 1.2 Release 0.88.1, runtime verson 0.0) xdvi-xaw: Xaw3d version xdvik version 22.84.9 (Xaw toolkit) xdvi-jp.exe: LESSTIF version xdvik version 22.84.8 (#(@)GNU/LessTif Version 1.2 Release 0.88.1, runtime version 0.0) dvips(k) 5.95a dvipdfm, version 0.13.2c: dvi to pdf converter dvipdfmx-20050201 : dvi to pdf converter which can handle Japanese DVI dvipng 1.5: Create png format graphics from DVI file!! EPSTOPDF 2.7, 2001/03/05 .................. ................. (`dvipdfmx' is not originally included in teTeX 3.0) //** Special utility included **// `sh2exe': to use UNIXy shell script from command line. sh2exe depends on `exe.exe'. If you have a script `foo'. > copy exe.exe foo.exe Now you can run `foo' from cmd.exe. If you'd like to automaticaly perform copying in `x:/foo/bin' execute "sh2exe x:/foo/bin" or "sh2.exe ." //** DLLs included **// 89625 2000-09-25 22:41 VFlib251.dll ; vflib 2.51 for Japanese 226618 1998-08-28 23:44 Xaw3d.dll ; Xaw3d 1.5 912020 2005-01-27 00:01 iconv.dll ; libiconv 1.9.2 39156 2005-01-24 23:02 intl014.dll ; intl lib of gettext 0.14.1 64719 2005-02-10 00:26 kpath354.dll ; kpathsea 3.5.4 136887 1999-12-20 23:31 ttf13.dll ; freetype 1.3 for VFlib251.dll Table of contents ================= General Instruction @gen History of OS/2 Port @his Required Executables @req How to install @ins For Japanese users @jap On xdvi, dvips,dvipdfm, dvipdfmx @dvi About teTeX utilities @tetex Important documents @doc CTAN.site @ctan General Instruction =================== A lot of Linux distributions follow the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS), a collaborative document that defines the names and locations of many files and directories. I have decided to make zip archive for which end users can install files in FHS like way. File Structure of ZIP archive ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Zip archive contains six files. 1) README_tetex-src-3.0.os2 -- instruction 2) OS2tree.zip -- binary and library treee 3) filelist.dat -- list of `OS2tree.zip' - OS2tree.zip ** dvips-jp.zip -- dvips with Japanese patch /usr/bin/ -- executables /usr/dll/ -- DLLs /usr/lib/ -- C library files /usr/include/ -- C include files /usr/share/doc/tetex-src-3.0 -- documents 00dll_list.dat -- DLL list needed by programs /usr/share/man/ -- manpages /usr/share/info/ -- Info manuals /usr/src/redhat/SOUCRS -- OS/2 patch files /usr/etc/termcap.dat -- modified by me /usr/share/terminfo/* -- modified by me 4) BUILD_tetex-src-3.0.os2 -- instruction to build teTeX 5)OS2patch.zip os2config.cmd -- modify source using `os2unix' and apply diff files followed by running configure os2/C_Source.diff -- patch for C source os2/In-make.diff for Makefile.in's and scripts os2/Other.diff for other files +--- os2unix utility -------------------------------+ | os2/os2_convert_configure.sed | | os2/os2_convert_Makefile_in.sed | | os2/os2_convert_Makefile_in_in.sed | | os2/os2_convert_Makefile_in_lib_prog.sed | | os2/os2_convert_mk.sed | | os2/os2_convert_Makefile_in.grep | | os2/os2_mkinstalldirs | | os2/os2_missing | | os2unix.cmd | +---------------------------------------------------+ 6) os2tetex-3.0.txt UNIXROOT environment variable ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I recommend you to set UNIXROOT env. var., where OS/2 ported free software are to be installed. You will be able to install ZIP archives easily, and will be able to run programs with minimun efforts. Without UNIXROOT env. var., message from a program will be always in English. Installation is simple: when UNIXROOT is equal to "e:" x:\foo\tmp> unzip -o tetex-src-3.0.zip x:\foo\tmp> unzip -o OS2tree -d e:/ or x:\foo\tmp> e: e:\> unzip -o x:/foo/tmp/OS2tree Confirm these variables are properly set. UNIXROOT x: PATH x:\usr\bin;..... LIBPATH x:\usr\dll;.... INFOPATH x:/usr/share/info;... MANPATH x:/usr/share/man;.... or INFOPATH %UNIXROOT%/usr/share/info;... MANPATH %UNIXROOT%/usr/share/man;.... If UNIXROOT env. var. is not set or empty and HOME env. var. is set, drive name part of HOME is assumed as UNIXROOT. e.g. HOME=g:\emx programs treat `x:/usr/share/locale' as locale directory History of OS/2 Port @his ==================== Fixed Sun May 29 2005 In `tetex-src-3.0/texk/kpathsea/config.h /* case-insensitive filename comparisons? */ #if defined (DOSISH) #ifndef __EMX__ #define MONOCASE_FILENAMES #endif /* __EMX__ */ #endif kpsewhich -format='TeX system documentation' README.knuth failed, now OK! tetex-src-3.0 release 4, 1 Feb 2005 1) `dvips -Pfoo' reads `config.foo' (old one reads `foo.cfg') 2) configuration file for `dvips' accepts "L" option for fli font file. 3) dvipdfmx updated ==> dvipdfmx-20050201 4) Sample `texmf.cnf' for "texmf-dist" /usr/share/texmf/web2c/texmf.cnf-dist tetex-src-3.0 release 3 Sat Mar 5 2005 `ps2pk.exe' and `fmtutil' fixed, `ed.exe' added tetex-src-3.0 release 2 Tue Feb 22 2005 `mktexdir' script fixed; tetex-src-3.0 release 1 Fri Feb 11 2005 tetex-src- release 2 Fri Jan 21 2005 tetex-src- release 1 Sun Jan 16 2005 Required Executables @req ==================== XFree86 for OS/2 and lesstif library for `xdvi' to work ftp://ftp.xfree86.org/pub/XFree86/3.3.6/binaries/OS2/ ftp://hobbes.nmsu.edu/pub/os2/dev/x11/lesstif-0.88.9-os2.zip ghohstscript for OS/2 for If you'd like to use ghostscript in XFree86 with xdvi, get GNU utilities needed for teTeX GNU textutils: sort.exe GNU sh-utils: pwd.exe, expr.exe, env.exe GNU fileutils: mkdir.exe Unixy shell: sh.exe of KSH GNU awk: name must be `awk.exe' GNU grep: grep.exe and egrep.exe GNU sed: sed.exe HOBBES=ftp://hobbes.nmsu.edu/pub/os2 LEO=ftp://ftp.leo.org/pub/comp/os/os2/leo JSAWA=http://www2s.biglobe.ne.jp/~vtgf3mpr emx runtime version 0.9d (or later): Not included HOBBES/dev/emx/v0.9d/emxrt.zip LEO/dev/emx/v0.9d/emxrt.zip `man' (requires GNU groff) HOBBES/dev/help/gnuman.zip ; v1.0 LEO/gnu/doc/man11a.zip ; v1.1a JSAWA/linux/man.htm ; v1.5g GNU groff -- to read manpages Groff v1.10 HOBBES/apps/wp/gnugroff.zip LEO/gnu/doc/gnugroff.zip GNU groff v1.15 (with Japanization patch) JSAWA/manpage/manpage-e.htm [English] JSAWA/manpage/manpage.htm [Japanese] GNU grep (grep.exe, egrep.exe) HOBBES/util/file/gnugrep.zip ; v2.0 LEO/gnu/systools/gnugrep.zip ; v2.0 JSAWA/gnu/grep.htm ; v2.3h or later Pager : I strongly recommend you to install `less' less 332 with Japanese patch: http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA000199/os2/ You can use this in virtual terminal (xterm etc) of XFree86 for OS/2. You should get this one if you'd like to see manpages in XFree86. less 329 without XFree86 capability LEO/unix/gnu/less329-2.zip HOBBES/unix/util/util/file/less329-2.zip `gzip.exe' and `bzip2.exe' [gzip] HOBBES/util/archiver/gz124_32.zip LEO/gnu/archiver/gz124-32.zip [bzip2] HOBBES/util/archiver/bzip090b.zip LEO/archiver/bzip090b.zip http://www.muraroa.demon.co.uk/ JSAWA/rpm/bzip2.htm ; v0.9.5d --- this version preserve time stamp http://netpassport-wc.netpassport.or.jp/~wmakoto/CLUB-bzip2.html GNU Awk (gawk.exe, awk.exe) [English version] HOBBES/dev/awk/gnuawk.zip ; v3.0.3 [Japanized version] JSAWA/gnu/awk.htm ; v3.0.4 GNU find (find.exe) LEO/gnu/systools/gnufind.zip ; v4.1 HOBBES/util/disk/gnufind.zip ; v4.1 GNU sed LEO/gnu/systools/gnused.zip ; v2.05 HOBBES/apps/editors/gnused.zip ; v3.0 JSAWA/gnu/sed.htm ; v3.02.80 `tr.exe' and `cat.exe' included in GNU text utilities LEO/gnu/systools/gnututil.zip ; v1.19 HOBBES/util/file/gnututil.zip ; v1.19 JSAWA/gnu/text-util.htm ; v1.22f or later `sh.exe' included in KSH package LEO/shells/pdksh-5.2.13-emx.zip HOBBES/util/shell/ksh527rt.zip `chmod.exe' included in GNU file utilities LEO/gnu/systools/gnufutil.zip ; v3.13 HOBBES/util/file/gnufutil.zip ; v3.13 JSAWA/gnu/fileutils.htm ; v3.16 How to install @ins ============== 1. Delete `sort.exe' installed from OS/2 installation CDROM GNU version of `sort.exe' must be available. 2a. Confirm an environment variable `TMP' is set like `d:/temp', not `d:\temp'. And make sure `d:/temp' exists in your system. 2b. Confirm an environment variable `TMPDIR' is set like `d:/temp', not `d:\temp'. And make sure `d:/temp' exists in your system. 3. Confirm GNU utilities are properly installed Copy `grep.exe' to `egrep.exe'. Copy `gawk.exe' to `awk.exe'. 4. Get `tetex-texmf-3.0.tar.gz' and optinally `tetex-texmfsrc-3.0.tar.gz' from CTAN. If you don't know URLs for CTAN, see section "CTAN.site" in this document. 5. Decide where to install teTeX I assume you will install teTeX in drive `x:'. 6. Intall tetex-*****.tar.gz and OS/2 files for them x:> mkdir usr x:> mkdir usr\share x:> mkdir usr\share\texmf x:> cd usr\shar\texmf x:\usr\share\texmf> tar zxvf SOMEWHERE/tetex-texmf-3.0.tar.gz x:\usr\share\texmf> tar zxvf SOMEWHERE/tetex-texmfsrc-3.0.tar.gz x:\usr\share\texmf> cd \ x:\>unzip SOMEWHER/tetex-src-3.0.zip x:\>unzip OS2tree.zip (6b. If you'd like to install in "x:/usr/share/texmf-dist", you will have to use "/usr/share/texmf/web2c/texmf.cnf-dist". I have not tried to install "x:/usr/share/texmf-dist", so I cannot tell you anything. Sorry. To know "standard" installation, read "/usr/share/texmf/doc/tetex/TETEXDOC.pdf. ) 7. setup env. vars in your `config.sys' for DLLs add "x:\usr\dll" to your LIBPATH or x:/usr>copy dll\*.dll YOUR_LIBPATH_DIR For `texconfig'(one of tetex utilities), you may have to setup terminfo set TERMINFO_DIRS=x:/usr/share/terminfo;................ set TERMINFO=x:/usr/share/terminfo set TERMCAP=x:/usr/etc/termcap.dat set TERM=os2 I strongly recommend you to set "TERM=os2".You will see beautiful look-and-feel. For TeX programs set TEXMF=x:/usr/share/texmf set TEXMFCNF=x:/usr/share/texmf/web2c For `texconfig' set EDITOR=your_editor set PAGER=less 8. Edit `x:/usr/share/texmf/web2c/texmf.cnf' texmf.cnf: edit this file!! This file was modified to use `dvipdfmx'. texmf.cnf-pre : tetex original + my modification (I failed to use) I think new variable SELFAUTODIR is not suitable for OS/2. texmf.cnf-os2 : a copy of `texmf.cnf' line 70: TEXMFMAIN = p:/usr/share/texmf ===> TEXMFMAIN = x:/usr/share/texmf line 71: CMAP=p:/usr/share/cmap ===> CMAP=x:/usr/share/cmap 9. Edit `x:/usr/share/texmf/web2c/fmtutil.cnf' If you'd like to make uncommented format files, just remove "#" NOTES: definition which contains "-enc" enables `enctex'!! If you need to use enctex feature for `tex' tex tex - tex.ini --enc for latex latex pdfetex ...... -enc Non-Japanese users should uncomment these lines ptex ptex - ptex.ini platex ptex - platex.ini 10. If XFree86 for OS/2 is not available in your machine x:/> copy usr\bin\mf-nowin.exe usr\bin\mf.exe `mf.exe' requires ice.dll, sm.dll, x11.dll, and xt.dll 11. Update LS-R database x:/foo> mktexlsr Test kpsewhich avalability x:/foo> kpsewhich times.sty x:/foo> kpsewhich -expand-var $TEXMFMAIN If `kpsewhich' failes, TEXMF/TEXMFCNF env. vars. are wrong or some of `texmf.cnf' definition is wrong. 12. Make format files I strongly recommend `fmtutil'. x:/foo> fmtutil --all 13. Update fontmap files x:/foo> updmap 14. Setup executables according to `fmtutil.cnf' For example, see a line below. latex pdfetex language.dat -translate-file=cp227.tcx *latex.i This means only `latex.fmt' is for `pdfetex.exe'. So you must copy pdfetex.exe to latex.exe, or make cmd file named `latex.cmd' with a line; @pdfetex -fmt=latex %1 %2 %3 %4 %5 You can copy from executables to other names automatically. x:>cd \usr\bin x:/usr/bin> 00copy_tex_executables_for_fmtutil_cnf.cmd Now `00copy.cmd' is created. x:/usr/bin>00copy If you need `odvips' x:/usr/bin> copy dvips.exe odvips.exe That's all. For Japanese users @jap ================== First of all, edit $TEXMF/web2c/updmap.cfg to enable `dvips', `dvipdfm' process Japanese. Uncomment line 79. Line 78: # For Japanese ASCII ptex Line 79: #Map japanese.map Next execute `updmap' in OS/2 command prompt. 1) `dvipdfmx', `makeinfo', `mendex'(makeindex) and `texindex' included in this package can handle files encoded by Japanese SJIS. ASCII `ptex' and `platex' are for Japanese users. `dvips' include in this release is not for ASCII pTeX. To use dvips (5.94b p1.6a1 Copyright 2004 ASCII Corp.), unzip `dvips-jp.zip' in "x:/" x:/> unzip dvips-jp usr/bin/dvips.exe usr/bin/odvips.exe usr/share/doc/ usr/share/doc/dvips-jp/ usr/share/doc/dvips-jp/ChangeLog.jpatch usr/share/doc/dvips-jp/PSTricks.patch usr/share/doc/dvips-jp/README.jpatch usr/share/texmf/dvips/ usr/share/texmf/dvips/base/ usr/share/texmf/dvips/base/color.pro usr/share/texmf/dvips/base/crop.pro usr/share/texmf/dvips/base/finclude.pro usr/share/texmf/dvips/base/hps.pro usr/share/texmf/dvips/base/psfonts.map usr/share/texmf/dvips/base/special.pro usr/share/texmf/dvips/base/tex.pro usr/share/texmf/dvips/base/texc.pro usr/share/texmf/dvips/base/texps.pro usr/share/texmf/dvips/config/ usr/share/texmf/dvips/config/config.ps usr/share/texmf/dvips/config/config.ps.jsawa usr/share/texmf/fonts/map/dvips/ptex/psfonts_jp.map 2) xdvi-jp.exe included in this package can handle Japanese How to use xdvi-jp.exe : a) Read /usr/share/texmf/xdvi/README.sjis and edit /usr/share/texmf/xdvi/vfontcap b) In your `config.sys' set VFONTCAP=x:/usr/share/temf/xdvi/vfontcap set VFONTMAP=x:/usr/share/temf/xdvi/vfontmap 3)ghostscript: You can use ghostscript 8.51 or later to read Japanes ps/pdf. You can read instruction in Japanese in OS2Wiki: http://wiki.fdiary.net/OS2Wiki/?TeXPostScriptPDF a) Confirm that Japanese CID fonts are installed in your system. If you can't find "c:/PSFONTS/IBJHKGW5.CID", then install them from OS/2 installation CDROM. b) get ghostscript and GSView from CTAN and then install them. For example get these files and install ftp://ftp.riken.go.jp/tex-archive/nonfree/support/ ghostscript/AFPL/gs853/gs853os2.zip ftp://ftp.riken.go.jp/tex-archive/nonfree/support/ ghostscript/ghostgum/gsv47os2.zip c) Get `gs800-j-vlib-os2.zip' from http://www.ipc.shizuoka.ac.jp/~sctokab/UNOFF/INDEX.HTM d) Setup to use Japanese CID font included in Japanese OS/2 If you have installed ghostscript in "x:/foo/gs8.53": > x: > cd \foo\gs8.53 > unzip SOMEWHERE/gs800-j-vlib-os2.zip gs8.00/bin/CIDJ.cmd > copy gs8.00\bin\CIDJ.cmd . Edit `CIDJ.cmd': "c:\gs\gs_res.ps" to "x:/foo/gs8.53/lib/gs_res.ps" > CIDJ Move "x]y/CIDFont/" directory into "x:/foo/gs8.53/Resource" Be sure "x:/foo/gs8.53/Resource/CIDFont" directory exists. About teTeX utilities @tetex ===================== texdoc/xtexdoc To see tex documentation, you can use `texdoc' in normal OS/2 environment. `xtexdoc' in XFree86 for OS/2. I strongly recommend you to edit these scripts to match your environment. `texdoc' : ${TEXDOCVIEW_dvi=' dvi2tty.exe %s &'} : ${TEXDOCVIEW_pdf='(I:/GSVIEW/GVPM.EXE %s )&'} : ${TEXDOCVIEW_ps='(I:/GSVIEW/GVPM.EXE %s )&'} : ${TEXDOCVIEW_html='(netscape.exe %s )&'} : ${TEXDOCVIEW_txt="${PAGER-more} %s"} : ${TEXDOCVIEW_doc="${PAGER-more} %s"} : ${TEXDOCVIEW_txt="${PAGER-more} %s"} `xtexdoc' : ${TEXDOCVIEW_dvi=' xdvi %s &'} : ${TEXDOCVIEW_pdf='xpdf %s &'} : ${TEXDOCVIEW_ps='gv %s &'} : ${TEXDOCVIEW_html='rxvt -e w3m %s &'} : ${TEXDOCVIEW_txt="rxvt -e ${PAGER-more} %s &"} : ${TEXDOCVIEW_doc="rxvt -e ${PAGER-more} %s &"} To test `texdoc' do like this x:/foo> texdoc xcolor.dvi `texdoc/xtexdoc' will fail to read files [P:\var\dvi]texdoc amstex.bug Don't know how to view file type bug (matching file was e:/usr/share/texmf/doc/amstex/amstex.bug) [P:\var\dvi]texdoc amsppt.faq Don't know how to view file type faq (matching file was e:/usr/share/texmf/doc/amstex/amsppt.faq) If you'd like to read files with extension like ".faq" and ".bug", add them to `texdoc/xtexdoc' : ${TEXDOCVIEW_faq="${PAGER-more} %s"} : ${TEXDOCVIEW_bug="${PAGER-more} %s"} extlist='.dvi .dvi.gz .dvi.bz2 .pdf .pdf.gz..... .faq .bug" updmap: after you modified fontmaps or added new fontmaps, do not forget to run `updmap'. I recommend you to check(change) $TEXMF/web2c/updmap.cfg according to your preference. texconfig: this depends on terminfo, so if you failed to setup terminfo, texconfig won't run properly. texconfig is very useful utility to modify configuration, make format files, and confirm TeX environments. Manpages for teTeX utilities: allcm allec allneeded dvi2fax dvired e2pall epstopdf fdf2tex fontinst kpsetool kpsewhere makempy mkocp mkofm ofm2opl opl2ofm otp2ocp outocp ovf2ovp ovp2ovf ps2frag pslatex rubibtex rumakeindex texconfig texdoc texdoctk texexec texfind texfont texshow texutil thumbpdf ttf2afm updmap NOTE: I did not test all utilitis, so if you face any troubles please inform me. Important documents @doc =================== Read documents in `/usr/share/doc/tetex-3.0' for dviljk, dvipdfm, dvipdfmx, dvipng, makeindexk, mendex ps2pkm, xdvik CTAN.site @ctan ========= In order to reduce network load, it is recommended that you use the Comprehensive TeX Archive Network (CTAN) host which is located in the closest network proximity to your site. Alternatively, you may wish to obtain a copy of the CTAN via CD-ROM (see help/CTAN.cdrom for details). 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