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# -*- rpm-spec -*-
# $Id: tetex,v 1.25 2003/01/26 17:08:54 ab Exp $

Name: tetex
Version: 2.0
Release: alt2.1

%define pkgname         teTeX
%define texversion    2.0-rc1
%define _compress_method  bzip2
%set_autoconf_version 2.13
%set_automake_version 1.4
%define _perl_lib_path %_datadir/texmf/context/perltk

Summary: The TeX text formatting system
License: Distributable
Group: Publishing
Url: http://www.tug.org/teTeX/
Packager: teTeX Development Team <tetex at packages.altlinux.org>

Source0: ftp://ftp.dante.de/pub/tex-archive/systems/unix/teTeX/1.0/distrib/sources/%pkgname-src-%texversion.tar.gz
Source1: ftp://ftp.dante.de/pub/tex-archive/systems/unix/teTeX/1.0/distrib/sources/%pkgname-texmf-%texversion.tar.gz
Source2: ec-plain.tar.gz
Source4: icons-xdvi.tar.bz2
Source5: context-russian.tar.bz2
Source10: tetex.cron

# Emacs command settings:

Source101: %pkgname-xdvi.el
Source102: %pkgname-dvips.el
Source103: %pkgname-dvilj.el

Patch1: %pkgname-fmtutil-alt.patch.bz2
Patch2: %pkgname-klibtool-ldconfig-alt.patch
Patch3: %pkgname-tfmgen-alt.patch.bz2
Patch4: %pkgname-xdvik-large-fontmap-alt.patch.bz2
Patch5: %pkgname-texmf.in-alt.patch
Patch6: %pkgname-perltk-alt.patch
Patch7: %pkgname-2.0-updmap-cnfdir-alt.patch
Patch8: %pkgname-texk-alt.patch

Patch11: %pkgname-1.0-ipl_i18n.patch.bz2
Patch12: %pkgname-texmf-cyrtex-t2a-alt.patch
Patch13: %pkgname-texmf-defaults-alt.patch.bz2

Obsoletes: tetex-texmf-src
PreReq: tetex-core = %PACKAGE_VERSION-%release, cm-super-fonts-tex

%package core
Summary: The core of TeX text formatting system
License: Distributable
Group: Publishing
Url: http://www.tug.org/teTeX/

# ldv: shared library without SONAME usually means error.

Provides: libkpathsea.so

Provides: %_sysconfdir/tex-fonts.d
Provides:  tetex-fonts-source

PreReq: coreutils
Requires(post): %install_info
Requires(preun): %uninstall_info
Requires: dialog

Obsoletes: dvipdfm, tetex-fonts-source

BuildRequires: XFree86-devel XFree86-libs ed flex gcc-c++ libncurses-devel libpng-devel
BuildRequires: libstdc++-devel libtinfo-devel t1lib-devel autoconf_2.13 automake_1.4
BuildRequires: xpm zlib-devel libtiff-devel bison stmpclean perl-Tk

%description
teTeX is an implementation of TeX for Linux or UNIX systems. TeX takes
a text file and a set of formatting commands as input and creates a
typesetter independent .dvi (DeVice Independent) file as output.
Usually, TeX is used in conjunction with a higher level formatting
package like LaTeX or PlainTeX, since TeX by itself is not very
user-friendly.

Install teTeX if you want to use the TeX text formatting system.  If
you are installing teTeX, you would probably also need to install
tetex-afm (a PostScript(TM) font converter for TeX), tetex-dvilj
(for converting .dvi files to HP PCL format for printing on HP and
HP compatible printers), tetex-dvips (for converting .dvi files to
PostScript format for printing on PostScript printers), tetex-latex
(a higher level formatting package which provides an easier-to-use
interface for TeX) and tetex-xdvi (for previewing .dvi files in X).  
Unless you're an expert at using TeX, you'll also want to install
the tetex-doc package, which includes the documentation for TeX.

%description core
teTeX is an implementation of TeX for Linux or UNIX systems. TeX takes
a text file and a set of formatting commands as input and creates a
typesetter independent .dvi (DeVice Independent) file as output.
Usually, TeX is used in conjunction with a higher level formatting
package like LaTeX or PlainTeX, since TeX by itself is not very
user-friendly.

%package latex
Summary: The LaTeX front end for the TeX text formatting system
Group: Publishing
PreReq: tetex-core = %PACKAGE_VERSION-%release

%description latex
LaTeX is a front end for the TeX text formatting system.  Easier to use
than TeX, LaTeX is essentially a set of TeX macros which provide
convenient, predefined document formats for users.

If you are installing teTeX, so that you can use the TeX text formatting
system, you will also need to install tetex-latex.  In addition, you will
need to install tetex-afm (for converting PostScript font description
files), tetex-dvilj (for converting .dvi files to HP PCL format for
printing on HP and HP compatible printers), tetex-dvips (for converting
.dvi files to PostScript format for printing on PostScript printers) and
tetex-xdvi (for previewing .dvi files in X).  If you're not an expert
at TeX, you'll probably also want to install the tetex-doc package,
which contains documentation for TeX.

%package xdvi
Summary: An X viewer for DVI files
Group: Publishing
PreReq: tetex-core = %PACKAGE_VERSION-%release

%description xdvi
Xdvi allows you to preview the TeX text formatting system's output .dvi
files on an X Window System.

If you are installing teTeX, so that you can use the TeX text formatting
system, you will also need to install tetex-xdvi.  In addition, you will
need to install tetex-afm (a PostScript font converter for TeX),
tetex-dvilj (for converting .dvi files to HP PCL format for printing on
HP and HP compatible printers), tetex-dvips (for converting .dvi files to
PostScript format for printing on PostScript printers), and tetex-latex
(a higher level formatting package which provides an easier-to-use
interface for TeX).  If you're not a TeX expert, you'll probably also
want to install the tetex-doc package, which contains documentation for
the TeX text formatting system.

%package dvips
Summary: A DVI to PostScript converter for the TeX text formatting system
Group: Publishing
PreReq: tetex-core = %PACKAGE_VERSION-%release

%description dvips
Dvips converts .dvi files produced by the TeX text formatting system
(or by another processor like GFtoDVI) to PostScript(TM) format.
Normally the PostScript file is sent directly to your printer.

If you are installing teTeX, so that you can use the TeX text formatting
system, you will also need to install tetex-dvips.  In addition, you will
need to install tetex-afm (for converting PostScript font description
files), tetex-dvilj (for converting .dvi files to HP PCL format for
printing on HP and HP compatible printers), tetex-latex (a higher level
formatting package which provides an easier-to-use interface for TeX) and
tetex-xdvi (for previewing .dvi files in X).  If you're installing TeX
and you're not an expert at it, you'll also want to install the tetex-doc
package, which contains documentation for the TeX system.

%package dvilj
Summary: A DVI to HP PCL (Printer Control Language) converter
Group: Publishing
PreReq: tetex-core = %PACKAGE_VERSION-%release

%description dvilj
Dvilj and dvilj's siblings (included in this package) will convert TeX
text formatting system output .dvi files to HP PCL (HP Printer Control
Language) commands.  Using dvilj, you can print TeX files to HP
LaserJet+ and fully compatible printers.  With dvilj2p, you can print
to HP LaserJet IIP and fully compatible printers. And with dvilj4, you
can print to HP LaserJet4 and fully compatible printers.

If you are installing teTeX, so that you can use the TeX text formatting
system, you will also need to install tetex-dvilj.  In addition, you will
need to install tetex-afm (for converting PostScript font description
files), tetex-dvips (for converting .dvi files to PostScript format for
printing on PostScript printers), tetex-latex (a higher level formatting
package which provides an easier-to-use interface for TeX) and tetex-xdvi
(for previewing .dvi files in X).  If you're installing TeX and you're
not a TeX expert, you'll also want to install the tetex-doc package,
which contains documentation for TeX.

%package afm
Summary: A converter for PostScript(TM) font metric files, for use with TeX
Group: Publishing
PreReq: tetex-core = %PACKAGE_VERSION-%release

%description afm
tetex-afm provides afm2tfm, a converter for PostScript font metric files.
PostScript fonts are accompanied by .afm font metric files which describe
the characteristics of each font.  To use PostScript fonts with TeX, TeX
needs .tfm files that contain similar information.  Afm2tfm will convert
.afm files to .tfm files.

If you are installing tetex in order to use the TeX text formatting system,
you will need to install tetex-afm.  You will also need to install
tetex-dvilj (for converting .dvi files to HP PCL format for printing on HP
and HP compatible printers), tetex-dvips (for converting .dvi files to
PostScript format for printing on PostScript printers), tetex-latex (a
higher level formatting package which provides an easier-to-use interface
for TeX) and tetex-xdvi (for previewing .dvi files in X).  Unless you're
an expert at using TeX, you'll probably also want to install the tetex-doc
package, which includes documentation for TeX.

%package doc
Summary: The documentation files for the TeX text formatting system
Group: Publishing
AutoReq: no
Requires: tetex-core = %PACKAGE_VERSION-%release

%description doc
The tetex-doc package contains documentation for the TeX text
formatting system.

If you want to use TeX and you're not an expert at it, you should
install the tetex-doc package.  You'll also need to install the tetex
package, tetex-afm (a PostScript font converter for TeX), tetex-dvilj
(for converting .dvi files to HP PCL format for printing on HP and HP
compatible printers), tetex-dvips (for converting .dvi files to
PostScript format for printing on PostScript printers), tetex-latex
(a higher level formatting package which provides an easier-to-use
interface for TeX) and tetex-xdvi (for previewing .dvi files).

%package devel
Summary: Development files for KPathsea library
Group: Development/C
Requires: tetex-core = %PACKAGE_VERSION-%release

%description devel
This package contains development files for KPathsea library used in teTeX
to find files in TeX source tree.

%package context
Summary: The ConTeXt frontend for the TeX text formatting system
Group: Publishing
Requires: tetex-core = %PACKAGE_VERSION-%release

%description context
ConTeXt is a front end for the TeX text formatting system.  It is well suited
for creation of complex interactive documents like ebooks or assesments. Documents
prepared with ConTeXt's aid look good both in PDF format and when printed on paper.

%prep
%setup -q -n %pkgname-src-%texversion
%__mkdir texmf
pushd texmf
tar xzf %SOURCE1
tar xjf %SOURCE5
popd
tar xzf %SOURCE2
pushd ec-plain
   %__mkdir -p ../texmf/fonts/source/ec-plain
   cp *.mf ../texmf/fonts/source/ec-plain/
popd

# teTeX patches

%patch1 -p1
%patch2 -p1
%patch3 -p1
#%patch4 -p1
%patch5 -p1
%patch6 -p1
%patch7 -p1
%patch8 -p1

# texmf patches

pushd texmf
%patch11 -p2
#%patch12 -p2

# Remove mappings from dvips/config as they will be re-generated in %_sysconfdir/tex-fonts

for i in builtin35.map download35.map dvipdfm_dl14.map dvipdfm.map dvipdfm_ndl14.map \
 pdftex_dl14.map pdftex.map pdftex_ndl14.map ps2pk.map psfonts.map ../base/psfonts.map \
 psfonts_pk.map psfonts_t1.map ; do
   %__rm -f dvips/config/$i
done

%patch13 -p1
popd

# Hack out dependencies on /bin/sh5 and /bin/bsh.

%__grep -ErlZ 'exec /bin/(sh5|bsh)' . |
xargs -r0 %__subst -p 's,exec /bin/\(sh5\|bsh\),exec /bin/sh,g' --

%build
sh ./reautoconf
%configure \
--with-system-zlib \
--with-system-pnglib \
--with-system-t1lib \
--with-system-ncurses \
--with-system-tifflib \
--disable-multiplatform \
--without-dialog \
--without-texinfo \
--without-t1utils \
--enable-ipc \
--enable-a4 \
--enable-shared \
--disable-static


# SMP-incompatible build.

make

%install
mkdir -p %buildroot%_datadir/texmf
mkdir -p %buildroot%_localstatedir/texmf
mkdir -p %buildroot%_cachedir/texmf
mkdir -p %buildroot%_sysconfdir/tex-fonts{,.d}

pushd texmf
tar cf - . | tar xf - -C %buildroot%_datadir/texmf
popd

export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=%buildroot%_libdir
export MT_DONT_INSTALL_PK=1

%makeinstall texmf=%buildroot%_datadir/texmf
%__cp %buildroot%_datadir/texmf/web2c/updmap.cfg %buildroot%_sysconfdir/tex-fonts.d/00updmap.cfg

#

# Generate tfm metrics for all standard fonts
#
export PATH=%buildroot%_bindir:$PATH
export TEXMFMAIN=%buildroot%_datadir/texmf
for e in T1 OT1 T2A T2B T2C X2 ; do
   allcm -n -e $e 2>/dev/null
done

unset LD_LIBRARY_PATH

rm -f %buildroot%_infodir/dir

# these are links


mkdir -p %buildroot%_sysconfdir/cron.daily
install -p -m755 %SOURCE10 %buildroot%_sysconfdir/cron.daily

find %buildroot%_man1dir -type f -print0 |
xargs -r0 chmod 644
# call the brp-compress script before creating the file list
/usr/lib/rpm/brp-compress


# Explicitly remove %_bindir/readlink (better implementation added in coreutils).

%__rm -f %buildroot%_bindir/readlink

### Files list

find %buildroot -type f -or -type l | \
sed -e "s|%buildroot||g" | \
grep -v "^/etc" | grep -v '.orig$' | \
sed -e 's|.*\.cnf$|%config(noreplace) &|' \
           -e 's|%_datadir/texmf/dvips/config/config\.ps$|%config(noreplace) &|' \
   -e 's|%_datadir/texmf/dvips/config/config\.\(generic\|pdf\|www\)$|%config &|' \
   -e 's|%_datadir/texmf/xdvi/XDvi|%config &|' \
   -e 's|%config\(noreplace\) %_datadir/texmf/web2c/texmf\.cnf$|%config\(replace\) %_datadir/texmf/web2c/texmf\.cnf|' \
   >filelist.full

find %buildroot%_datadir/texmf -type d | \
sed "s|^%buildroot|\%attr(0755,root,root) \%dir |" >> filelist.full

# subpackages

grep -v "/doc/" filelist.full | grep latex > filelist.latex

grep -v "/doc/" filelist.full | grep xdvi | \
grep -v "%_datadir/texmf/tex" > filelist.xdvi
echo "%_bindir/mfw" >> filelist.xdvi

# Do not include dvips configs into dvips subpackage as they are now

# required by XDvi as well
grep -v "/doc/" filelist.full | grep dvips | \
grep -v "%_datadir/texmf/tex" | \
grep -v "%_datadir/texmf/dvips" > filelist.dvips
echo "%_bindir/dvired" >> filelist.dvips
echo "%_bindir/dvi2fax" >> filelist.dvips

grep -v "/doc/" filelist.full | grep dvilj | \
grep -v "%_datadir/texmf/tex/latex" > filelist.dvilj

grep -v "/doc/" filelist.full | grep afm > filelist.afm

grep "/doc/" filelist.full > filelist.doc_temp

grep "texdoc" filelist.full >> filelist.doc_temp
cat filelist.doc_temp | grep -v "/doc/context" | sort | uniq -u > filelist.doc

grep "/usr/include/" filelist.full > filelist.devel

# Separate ConTeXt

egrep "%_datadir/texmf/(tex/|doc/|)context" filelist.full > filelist.context
egrep "%_bindir/(texexec|texshow|texfind|texfont|texutil|mptopdf|fdf2tan|makempy)" filelist.full >>filelist.context
egrep "%_cachedir/texmf/web2c/(cont-.*|metafun|mptopdf)" filelist.full >>filelist.context
egrep "%_man1dir/(cont-en|cont-de|cont-nl|texexec|texshow|texutil)" filelist.full >>filelist.context

# now files listed only once, i.e. not included in any subpackage, will

# go in the main package
cat filelist.full \
   filelist.latex \
   filelist.xdvi \
   filelist.dvips \
   filelist.dvilj \
   filelist.afm \
   filelist.devel \
   filelist.doc \
   filelist.context | \
   sort | uniq -u > filelist.core
   
find texk -type f -\( \
   -name ChangeLog -or \
   -name 'README*' \
   -\) |sed -e 's|^texk/|%doc &|'|egrep -v "(make|etc|djgpp)/" > filelist.main

# xdvi menu things

mkdir -p %buildroot%_menudir
cat > %buildroot%_menudir/tetex-xdvi <<EOF
?package(tetex-xdvi): command="%_bindir/xdvi" needs="X11" \
icon="dvi.xpm" section="Applications/Publishing" title="xdvi" \
longtitle="DVI files viewer"
EOF

#mdk icons

install -d %buildroot%_iconsdir
tar xjf %SOURCE4 -C %buildroot%_iconsdir

# Settings for Emacs' TeX mode:

%define _emacssite %_sysconfdir/emacs/site-start.d
dest="%buildroot%_emacssite"
%__mkdir_p "$dest"
pkg=xdvi
%__install -p -m0644 %SOURCE101 "$dest"/$pkg.el
echo "%%config(noreplace) %_emacssite/$pkg.el" >> filelist.$pkg
pkg=dvips
install -p -m0644 %SOURCE102 "$dest"/$pkg.el
echo "%%config(noreplace) %_emacssite/$pkg.el" >> filelist.$pkg
pkg=dvilj
install -p -m0644 %SOURCE103 "$dest"/$pkg.el
for f in $(cat filelist.dvilj | fgrep /usr/bin/dvilj); do
   name="$(basename "$f")"
   echo ";(setq tex-dvi-print-command \"$name -e- * | lpr\")" >> "$dest"/$pkg.el
done
echo "%%config(noreplace) %_emacssite/$pkg.el" >> filelist.$pkg
unset dest

%pre core
if [ -d %_datadir/texmf/dvipdfm/config ]; then
%__rm -rf %_datadir/texmf/dvipdfm/config
fi

%post core
%install_info web2c.info kpathsea.info
[ -x /usr/bin/texhash ] && /usr/bin/texhash 2>/dev/null ||:
[ -x /usr/bin/updmap ] && /usr/bin/updmap 2>/dev/null ||:

%post latex
%install_info latex.info
[ -x /usr/bin/texhash ] && /usr/bin/texhash 2>/dev/null ||:

%post xdvi
%update_menus
[ -x /usr/bin/texhash ] && /usr/bin/texhash 2>/dev/null ||:

%post dvips
%install_info dvips.info
[ -x /usr/bin/texhash ] && /usr/bin/texhash 2>/dev/null ||:

%post dvilj
[ -x /usr/bin/texhash ] && /usr/bin/texhash 2>/dev/null ||:

%post afm
[ -x /usr/bin/texhash ] && /usr/bin/texhash 2>/dev/null ||:

%preun core
%uninstall_info kpathsea.info web2c
[ -x /usr/bin/texhash ] && /usr/bin/texhash 2>/dev/null ||:
[ -x /usr/bin/updmap ] && /usr/bin/updmap 2>/dev/null ||:

%postun latex
[ -x /usr/bin/texhash ] && /usr/bin/texhash 2>/dev/null ||:

%postun context
[ -x /usr/bin/texhash ] && /usr/bin/texhash 2>/dev/null ||:

%postun xdvi
[ -x /usr/bin/texhash ] && /usr/bin/texhash 2>/dev/null ||:

%postun dvips
[ -x /usr/bin/texhash ] && /usr/bin/texhash 2>/dev/null ||:

%postun dvilj
[ -x /usr/bin/texhash ] && /usr/bin/texhash 2>/dev/null ||:

%postun afm
[ -x /usr/bin/texhash ] && /usr/bin/texhash 2>/dev/null ||:

%preun dvips
%uninstall_info dvips.info

%preun latex
%uninstall_info latex.info

%files -f filelist.core core
%attr(1777,root,root) %dir %_localstatedir/texmf
%attr(1775,root,root) %dir %_cachedir/texmf
%attr(755,root,root) %dir %_sysconfdir/tex-fonts
%attr(755,root,root) %dir %_sysconfdir/tex-fonts.d
%config %_sysconfdir/cron.daily/tetex.cron
%config %_sysconfdir/tex-fonts.d/*

%files -f filelist.latex latex

%files -f filelist.context context

%files -f filelist.xdvi xdvi
%_menudir/tetex-xdvi
%_iconsdir/*.xpm
%_iconsdir/*/*.xpm
%doc texk/xdvik/README.t1fonts

%files -f filelist.dvips dvips

%files -f filelist.dvilj dvilj

%files -f filelist.afm afm

%files -f filelist.doc doc

%files -f filelist.devel devel

%files -f filelist.main
%doc PROBLEMS* README ChangeLog

%changelog

Full changelog you can see here

 
design & coding: Vladimir Lettiev aka crux © 2004-2005, Andrew Avramenko aka liks © 2007-2008
current maintainer: Michael Shigorin