Changes to LaTeX

Dr Eberhard W Lisse nospam at lisse.NA
Wed Oct 14 18:42:03 UTC 2020


I could do that, but why for as they say here?  This has happened
for the second time in as many years so it's not really worth the
effort. This happens because LaTeX is being revised significantly and
thus needs to be lived with :-)-O

I have every box I work with connected to a hard drive and to a Time
Capsule running Time Machine of both.

Once I figured out how far to go back, it took 20 seconds to start Time
Machine, and a few minutes to restore.  On the other machines I have
configured tlmgr differently and just restored the version number.

greetings, el

On 2020-10-14 14:32 , Rich Shepard wrote:
> On Wed, 14 Oct 2020, Dr Eberhard Lisse wrote:
>> The quick fix is to roll back
>>     tlmgr restore latex 53958
>> which implies that tlmgr should have been configured to keep a number
>> of backups :-)-O.
> ...
>> because I didn't keep enough backups but you want to look for a
>> backup from 2020-10-08 or earlier.
> EL,
> I use linux, not macOS but ...  Have you considered using git to store
> builds?  Easy to pull out an earlier version.
> Rich

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