[R-SIG-Mac] obsolete LaTeX software in "R CMD check" on Mac?

Eberhard W Lisse e| @end|ng |rom ||@@e@n@
Sun May 17 20:22:04 CEST 2020


you are welcome.

As before, it is really helpful to have a “known state”.

As I may have written before, being disciplined about this (having a “handbook”), may be boring, but makes especially uncommon tasks easy.

I have recently gone so far as to replacing all manually uploaded Apps with homebrew casks (where available) so now my regular

tlmgr update —self —all
brew upgrade
brew cask upgrade

catches them too :-)-O


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On 17 May 2020, 19:31 +0200, Spencer Graves <spencer.graves using prodsyse.com>, wrote:
>       I did more tidying.  "ls -l /usr/local/bin/" contained 854
> objects before I did "rm" on 451 that were alias for objects in
> "/usr/local/texlive/2016".  After I did that, "ls -l /usr/local/bin/"
> contained 403 = 854-451 objects.
>       Thanks again to Ken Beath, Peter Dalgaard, Eberhard W Lisse,
> Berend Hasselman, marc Schwartz, Adrian Dușa, and everyone else who took
> the time to consider the question.  This had been a problem for me since
> at least early February.  It's good to have it fixed.
>       Spencer Graves
> […]

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