Description of problem:
! LaTeX Error: Unknown option `no-math' for package `fontspec'.
[2006/12/24 v1.13 Advanced font selection for XeLaTeX]
[2007/06/20 v1.14 Advanced font selection for XeLaTeX]
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Starting from texlive-texmf-2007-16 we have a complete XeTeX installation in
texlive-texmf-xetex and ConTeXt in texlive-texmf-context, because I added the
needed styles. I personally don't use XeLaTeX, so I would be grateful to hear
Could you please attach here the tex source that causes XeLaTeX (fontspec) to fail?
That's all. The current fontspec has added some options that aren't in the
Ok, looking to the TeXLive upstream mailing list, there is TeXLive 2008 planned
to be released during this summer. So we can either wait until the TeXLive 2008
or to release the new fontspec via the texlive-texmf-errata package. Also, if
you are interested, consider to package fontspec separately if you think that it
is better to be updated more frequently?
Separate package seems extreme to me. I vote -1.
Otherwise, up to you. My local problem is fixed.
This seems to me to be a good use case of the use of the errata
package. Since texlive hasn't still landed in fedora stable and there
is a workaround I don't think it is really needed now but it is
a real world example of the need for the texlive-texmf-errata package.
Jindrich, I think that this could make a good test for texlive-texmf-errata
and an example for the use of the errata package, though you may have
other and more important things to do.
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Any progress here ? It seems that the fontspec package provided by texlive-texmf-xetex is still 'old' (doesn't support the no-math option). It would be great if it worked out of the box !
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