TeX Collection upload from April 6

Siep Kroonenberg siepo at bitmuis.nl
Wed Apr 8 10:33:29 CEST 2020

On Tue, Apr 07, 2020 at 11:15:59PM +0100, Philip Taylor wrote:
> Philip Taylor wrote:
> But one part puzzles me — the very final part of the log reads :
> The following environment variables contain the string "tex"
> (case-independent).  If you're doing anything but adding personal
> directories to the system paths, they may well cause trouble somewhere
> while running TeX.  If you encounter problems, try unsetting them.
> Please ignore spurious matches unrelated to TeX.
>    WISH="V:\texlive\tlpkg\tltcl\bin\wish.exe"
> yet there is no environment variable "WISH" (I have checked), and I have no idea what V:\texlive\tlpkg\tltcl\bin\wish.exe does.  Running it tells me "couldn't read file 'does': no such file or directory" (quotes around "does" inverted to allow outer double quotes).

wish.exe is the graphical script interpreter for the gui front ends.
In some future update of the installer we shall suppress this

Apparently, you typed 'V:\texlive\tlpkg\tltcl\bin\wish.exe does' and
then wish does indeed look for a file 'does'.

Siep Kroonenberg

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