[Therion] texlive support in therion

Wookey wookey at aleph1.co.uk
Sat Dec 23 01:59:50 CET 2006


On 2006-12-19 12:20 +0100, Norbert Preining wrote:
> Hi!
> 
> On Die, 19 Dez 2006, Norbert Preining wrote:
> > > Although for the purposes of texlive compatibility I think the
> > > existing 0.3.10 in debian testing will be just as good.
> > 
> > Ok, can take a look at this, too.
> 
> Hmm, it is quite hard to check for dependencies in the source c++ code.
> I have another idea: Can you send me some typical file which should be
> compiled with metapost and pdflatex (or whatever)?

There is a set of files for a large project here:
http://wookware.org/mulu/mulu.tgz
common_layout.th has some metapost code in it. The .th2 files are the
ones that describe the lines and symbols use to draw each section. the
thconfig file sets which files and styles are used for each dir (try
benarat/terikan/ as a reasonably complex and complete example).

As I said I'm not sure this is really going to help that much as it is
too far removed from Tex to be relevant. 

I think the tex, mpost and (maybe) texenc dirs in the source are the
bit that show what tex and metapost functions are used. 

> I have seen comments on metafun, too, do you use context?

I don't understand this question. Martin, Stacho? 

> As I said, the best option is to send me some medium complicated files
> which should be do-able with the dependencies, and I will check them.
> Thank

Well that Mulu.tbz tarball is an example. Unpack it. and apt-get install therion.
Then 
cd benarat/terikan
therion

and watch it process. (You can do therion at the top level but that
could take a while).

I suppose I could try the same thing with texlive and see what
happens. But right now I need to produce some output for an expedition
leaving just after xmas. I'll try Texlive once that panic is over.

Wookey
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