Why is quran package installed by default on Texlive2020

Manfred Lotz manfred at dante.de
Mon May 18 06:30:24 CEST 2020

On Mon, 18 May 2020 02:56:15 +0200 (CEST)
tel-2020--- via tex-live <tex-live at tug.org> wrote:

> karl - Because every system-independent package included in TL is
> installed by default (because the default is scheme-full), regardless
> of what collection it's in, or anything else.
> I meant say why quran installed expect for full install in my
> question, obvious everything installed for full install - quran and
> bible!
>  Now that I know quran works with LuaTeX also, I will move it to
> c-langarabic soon, unless a better choice presents itself. --karl
> Thx karl - perfect outcome - assume scheme-small not include
> c-langarabic

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