TeX Live: Essential programs and files
DescriptionThese files are regarded as basic for any TeX system, covering plain TeX macros, Computer Modern fonts, and configuration for common drivers; no LaTeX. This package includes the following CTAN packages: texlive.infra -- basic TeX Live infrastructure amsfonts -- TeX fonts from the American Mathematical Society bibtex -- Process bibliographies for LaTeX, etc cm -- Computer Modern fonts dvipdfmx -- An extended version of dvipdfm dvips -- A DVI to PostScript driver enctex -- A TeX extension that translates input on its way into TeX etex -- An extended version of TeX, from the NTS project etex-pkg -- E-TeX support package glyphlist -- graphics-def -- Colour and graphics option files gsftopk -- Convert "Ghostscript fonts" to PK files hyph-utf8 -- Hyphenation patterns expressed in UTF-8 hyphen-base -- ifluatex -- Provides the \ifluatex switch ifxetex -- Am I running under XeTeX? knuth-lib -- A small library of Metafont sources knuth-local -- Knuth's local information kpathsea -- Path searching library for TeX-related files lua-alt-getopt -- Process application arguments the same way as getopt_long luatex -- The LuaTeX engine makeindex -- Makeindex development sources metafont -- A system for specifying fonts mflogo -- LaTeX support for Metafont logo fonts mfware -- Supporting tools for use with Metafont pdftex -- A TeX extension for direct creation of PDF plain -- The Plain TeX format tetex -- scripts and files originally written for or included in teTeX tex -- A sophisticated typesetting engine tex-ini-files -- Model TeX format creation files texconfig -- texlive-common -- TeX Live documentation (common elements) texlive-docindex -- top-level TeX Live doc.html, etc. texlive-en -- TeX Live manual (English) unicode-data -- Unicode data and loaders for TeX updmap-map -- xdvi -- A DVI previewer for the X Window System texdoc -- Documentation access for TeX distributions
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