[tex-live] install-tl vs win7 64-bit
daleif at imf.au.dk
Wed Oct 31 10:03:15 CET 2012
No it is not that. I was searching online. And somewhere someone suggested using the -D option for debugging from the commandline
I'm not sure if it is useful in this case, but -D support has to be compiled into the executable. Hence why I asked.
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From: tex-live [tex-live-bounces at tug.org] on behalf of Siep Kroonenberg [siepo at cybercomm.nl]
Sent: 31 October 2012 09:36
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Subject: Re: [tex-live] install-tl vs win7 64-bit
On Tue, Oct 30, 2012 at 02:40:53PM +0000, Lars Madsen wrote:
> Just a fast observation since I was at my office for a meeting (I'm officially back tommorow)
> I grabbed the latest install-tl.zip
> Added '-d' inside install-tl.bat
> In the debugger I tried just typing 'c' to make it continue
> then it does not crash
I remember similar elusiveness of installer crashes under w2000,
which disappeared when running perl under the debugger. There, too,
the text installer was unaffected.
> Who compiles the perl version shipped with the installer? Could someone recompile it for testing such that the -D
> option is available?
I do, but this is not a matter of recompiling but just of another
batchfile where perl is called with a -d parameter.
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