Package texlive-tetex

scripts and files originally written for or included in teTeX

teTeX was a comprehensive distribution of TeX, LaTeX and
family, designed for ease of compilation, installation and
customisation. In 2006, Thomas Esser announced he would no
longer be able to support, or to produce new versions of,
teTeX. With the appearance of TeX live 2007 (whose Unix-system
TeX support originally derived from teTeX), no-one should be
using teTeX at all, in new applications. One of the "schemes"
available when installing TeX live provides a configuration
very close to that of the old teTeX, but using modern versions
of programs and packages.

General Commands
Command Description
allcm force the most important Computer-Modern-fonts to be calculated
allec force the most important ec-fonts to be calculated
allneeded force the calculation of all fonts now needed
dvi2fax convert a TeX DVI file to G3 fax format
dvired print dvi-files
fmtutil manage TeX formats, Metafont bases and Metapost mems, per-user
kpsetool script to make teTeX-style kpsetool, kpsexpand, and kpsepath available
kpsewhere Expanding kpsewhich to separately iterate over each texmf tree listed in $TEXMF.
texlinks maintain symbolic links from format to engine
updmap manage TeX font maps, per-user
File Formats
File Description
fmtutil.cnf configuration file for fmtutil
updmap.cfg configuration of font mapping/inclusion for dvips and friends.