Sat, 13 Apr 2002 20:11:56 +0200
> TE> Well, you could make an entry in texmf/aliases and don't need to
> TE> care about any file using the old name...
> my point was that having a duplicate of the ruhyphen.tex in another
> location is a bad idea, because it is the source of maintenance errors
> (like forgetting to update it when the master file in the ruhyphen
> package changes, as happened just recently)
My suggestion was to have one file and support old macro files via an
alias in texmf/aliases. If, however, you want to make sure that you
always use the new filename, the alias is not what you want.