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Based on the comments to this question and some further research it seems that the practical purpose of having the sources lies in their comments, which are missing from what I'll call the "distributed" versions. Being able to see the comments with the code can help with debugging as well as figuring out how a command works, even if you have no interesting ...


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The file is included under texmf-dist/texmf-dist/.. but kpsewhich is searching under texmf-dist/ and the relevant ls-R is in texmf-dist/. So the file is not found because the file is one directory layer deeper than normal, but your TeX Live is not configured accordingly. The best solution, I think, will involve eliminating the additional layer so that you ...


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It's an oversight of gnuplottex: if no gnuplot diagram is processed, the file <jobname>.gnuploterrors is not produced, so the final code for displaying errors fails to find it. 203 \AtEndDocument{% 204 \ifmiktex 205 \else 206 \CatchFileDef\gnuploterrors@{\jobname.gnuploterrors}{\endlinechar=`^^J \catcode`\ =12 }% 207 ...


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The lollipop package corresponds to a format (just like latex or pdflatex), so it is linked to the “binary” packages for the various platforms; the ones relative to the host machine are automatically installed. On Mac OS X usually both universal-darwin and x86_64-darwin are installed (you can disable one of them, but it's not so space saving. In the ...



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