|From:||Miguel de Benito Delgado|
|Subject:||Re: [Texmacs-dev] [TeXmacs] New binary versions under Linux|
|Date:||Thu, 10 Apr 2014 14:10:45 +0200|
Thanks for the explanation. On my "newer" linux system should I
expect to see any differences between the "x11" version currently
downloadable from the web site:
versus your "qt" version TeXmacs-1.99.1-8433... ?
On 9 April 2014 05:37, <address@hidden> wrote:
> Those versions are supposed to be 'universal' not link to a specific
> distribution. They aim to provides TeXmacs for distributions which don't
> have it and also to give opportunity to have a newer version without
> recompiling. Else this versions could have some side effects like François
> noticed it.
> I didn't fully test but I would say 'old' is before kernel 2.6. We
> targeted distributions that are 10 years old.
>> Any hints about what old and new linux means in this context? Kernel?
>> What version in major distributions, e.g. Fedora, Ubuntu, SuSE ...
>> Also, what advantages this version should have over previous?
>> On 8 April 2014 10:47, Joris van der Hoeven <address@hidden> wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> Denis Raux has managed to create static binaries for the Qt version of
>>> TeXmacs under Linux.
>>> His packages can be used instead of standard packages provided by
>>> various Linux distributions
>>> in the case that users want the most recent version or if the TeXmacs
>>> package is
>>> not well supported in their favourite distribution. It would be nice if
>>> as many volunteers under Linux as possible could try the new packages.
>>> The first (A) link is for old Linux distributions, whereas you should
>>> use the second (B) one for more recent versions of Linux.
>>> Installation is similar as for the classical binary distributions.
>>> Best wishes, --Joris
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