Re: Which Convert files where?
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- Subject: [mg18486] Re: Which Convert files where?
- From: paulh at wolfram.com (P.J. Hinton)
- Date: Wed, 7 Jul 1999 23:08:44 -0400
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In article <7lunaa$lgi at smc.vnet.net>, Murray Eisenberg <murray at math.umass.edu> writes: > (Sorry, this is complicated -- because I'm confused!) > > Installing Mathematica 4.0 (Windows 98 version) installs the > DumpSave-format package > > > C:\Mathematica4.0\SystemFiles\Kernel\SystemResources\Windows\Convert\ConvertInit.mx > > and the LaTeX 2.09 style file > > C:\Mathematica4.0\SystemFiles\IncludeFiles\TeX\notebook.sty > > (where "Mathematica4.0" is my name for the top Mathematica directory). > > A .tex file generated from a whole notebook includes the comment: > > %%Implementation-specific instructions for installing TeX-related files > %% can be found at this URL. > %% > %% http://www.wolfram.com/support/FrontEnds/Export/TeX > > That URL, in turn, has a link to a page specifically for 4.0 that > includes the link: > > http://www.wolfram.com/suppport/FrontEnds/Export/HTML/Convert.zip > > The file Convert.zip includes among others the following files, all > dated 5/20/99:, > > ConvertCommon.m > ConvertInit.m > HTMLConvert.m > TeXConvert.m > notebook.sty > notebook2e.sty > > along with a README.txt file telling where to install these. > > QUESTIONS: > > 1. Is the functionality of these four .m files subsumed by > ConvertInit.mx? The four .m files comprise the code which is used to create ConvertInit.mx when we build a CD-ROM. The instructions set up your kernel so that it uses the definitions in the .m files rather than the .mx file. > 2. If so, is the content of these four .m files more recent than > ConvertInit.mx (whose date is 4/21/99) more recent than that of > ConvertInit.mx? Yes. They will continue to be updated with time. > 3. What is the relationship of notebook.sty in that .zip file with > notebook.sty that is installed as part of installing Mathematica 4.0? > (Note that the version numbers and dates of these two files are > inconsistent--the one installed says "v.30 December 20, 1998" whereas > the one from the .zip file says "notebook.sty,v 1.5 1999/05/05"!) The version of the notebook.sty file in the .zip file replaces the one that sits in SystemFiles\IncludeFiles\TeX > 4. How come installing Mathematica 4.0 installs notebook.sty (which > seems to be exclusively for LaTeX 2.09 or else Plain TeX) yet does not > install notebook2e.sty (which is for the now-standard version of LaTeX, > namely, LaTeX2e)? It _does_ install notebook2e.sty. The file sits in the deeper down in the directory tree. SystemFiles\IncludeFiles\TeX\texmf\tex\latex\wolfram The files that are used with LaTeX 2e sit in a TeX directory standard tree to make it easier to copy the files to your existing TeX installation. -- P.J. Hinton Mathematica Programming Group paulh at wolfram.com Wolfram Research, Inc. Disclaimer: Opinions expressed herein are those of the author alone.