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Re: tex-mma

  • To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
  • Subject: Re: tex-mma
  • From: dan at chem.bu.edu (Dan Dill)
  • Date: Mon, 27 Jan 92 10:29:21 -0500

Steve Christensen has asked that I summarize the software that TeX/Mathematica
for Mathematica 2.0 presumes, the required versions, etc.:


	Software	Version			Where to get it
	--------	-------			---------------

	Mathematica	2.0			WRI, 1 800 441 6284
	GNU Emacs	18.55 or later		prep.ai.mit.edu

	math.el		January 20, 1992	Included with TeX/Mathematica
	psfig/TeX	1.8			Included with TeX/Mathematica

	TeX		3.14			labrea.stanford.edu
	LaTeX*		2.09			labrea.stanford,edu
	dvips		Rokicki	5.47		labrea.stanford,edu

   * Dependeing on whether your LaTeX is dated earlier than 2 May 90, the
     installation of TeX/Mathematica produces a different mathematica.sty, as
     described in the installation script tex-mma-install.


No special fonts are needed.  Full details are contained in the GNU Emacs Info
documentation included with TeX/Mathematica.

Dan Dill
dan at chem.bu.edu





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