[tldoc] Alert translators: generated pdf and html only now synchronized with source

Siep Kroonenberg siepo at cybercomm.nl
Mon May 9 18:32:05 CEST 2016

The pdf- and html versions of the english versions of the manual had
not been updated with the latest changes. If you went by those
files, please check either the updated versions or consult the diff

Index: texlive-en.tex
--- texlive-en.tex	(revision 40603)
+++ texlive-en.tex	(revision 40949)
@@ -65,7 +65,7 @@
 \GNU/Linux, \MacOSX, and Cygwin.  The included sources can be compiled
 on platforms for which we do not provide binaries.
-As to Windows: Windows XP and later are supported.  Windows~2000
+As to Windows: Windows Vista and later are supported.  Windows~XP and 2000
 will probably still mostly work.  There are no special 64-bit
 executables for Windows, but the 32-bit executables should run on 64-bit
@@ -1401,14 +1401,20 @@
 By the same token, you can also install \TL{} locally and then move
 the entire hierarchy afterwards to a network location.
-For Windows, a sample network installation script named
-\filename{w32client} can be downloaded through
-\url{http://tug.org/texlive/w32client.html}.  It creates settings and
-menu shortcuts for using an existing \TL{} installation on a LAN.
-It also registers an uninstaller \filename{w32unclient}, available
-in the same zip file.  See the web page for more information.
+For Windows, a launcher \filename{tlaunch} is available at
+\url{http://tug.org/texlive/w32client.html}. Its main window
+contains menu entries and buttons for various \TeX-related
+programs and documentation.
+On first use, it modifies the searchpath for \TL\ and creates some
+file associations. It also creates a Start menu entry to undo these
+configurations, in addition to such an entry in the launcher menu.
+All this is set up in an ini file. You can add yourself entries for
+\emph{e.g.} SumatraPDF or some \LaTeX-editor.  See the web page
+above for more information.
 \subsection{Portable (\USB{}) installations}
@@ -1637,7 +1643,11 @@
 \item[Automatic path adjustment.] No manual configuration steps are required.
 \item[Uninstaller.] The installer creates an entry under `Add/Remove
   Programs' for \TL. The uninstall tab of the \TeX\ Live Manager \GUI\
-  refers to this.
+  refers to this. For a single-user install, the installer also
+  creates an uninstall entry under the Start menu.
+\item[Write-protect.] For an admin install, the \TL\ directories are
+  write-protected, at least if \TL\ is installed on a normal
+  NTFS-formatted non-removable disk.
 \subsection{Additional software included on Windows}
@@ -1754,15 +1764,6 @@
 you want to run usually gives you a choice `Run as administrator'.
-\subsubsection{Protecting the \TL{} directory}
-An admin install does \emph{not} protect the \TL{} directory from
-tampering by regular users. This will have to be done in a separate
-step by setting a suitable ACL (Access Control List) for the
-directory. To this end, check out the \filename{icacls} Windows
-command-line utility.
 \subsection{Increasing maximum memory on Windows and Cygwin}
@@ -2783,11 +2784,11 @@
 Translators of this manual:
+Denis Bitouzé (French),
 Carlos Enriquez Figueras (Spanish),
 Jjgod Jiang, Jinsong Zhao, Yue Wang, \& Helin Gai (Chinese),
 Nikola Le\v{c}i\'c (Serbian),
 Marco Pallante (Italian),
-Manuel P\'egouri\'e-Gonnard (French),
 Petr Sojka \& Jan Busa (Czech\slash Slovak),
 Boris Veytsman (Russian),
 Staszek Wawrykiewicz (Polish),

Sorry if this has inconvenienced any of you.

Siep Kroonenberg

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