managing TexLive packages is a mess.
As with many other Linux distros, the local package manager tlmgr is broken due to wrong paths/permissions. The AUR ttlocalmgr is broken and orphean. I do think the whole install process of TexLive shall be rethink in order to use the tlmgr.pl script. It seems that installing TexLive from tug.org (not recommanded ) fixes the package manager issues. Gabx (talk) 15:32, 29 September 2013 (UTC)
- Why is it not recommended? It is straightforward to install from upstream, makes it possible to install TL without root privileges (as recommended by upstream) and ensures that everything 'just works' without need to mess around. I would definitely recommend upstream's net installer and strongly recommend not using Arch's packages. This is no criticism of Arch's packaging. I would say the same about any distro's packaging of TeX Live. --cfr (talk) 21:14, 25 August 2014 (UTC)
The LaTeX used to contain a list of TeX editors. I've merged this list to List of applications#Scientific documents. It also contained a few online latex suites which I've added here (it does not belong to List of applications) temporarily until someone comes up with a more suitable place. (Probably the LaTeX wikibook.). -- Ambrevar (talk) 11:21, 7 November 2015 (UTC)