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comment Error message when compiling ConTeXt document from Emacs
The sentence "This question has been asked before and already has an answer" isn't quite accurate though. The last link seems to be the first question in chronological order.
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comment Error message when compiling ConTeXt document from Emacs
There is also (an even older) tex.stackexchange.com/questions/140629/…
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comment Error message when compiling ConTeXt document from Emacs
I leave the decision up to you, the experienced ones. All three questions point to the same problem and fall into the category of "bug reports" that will remain relevant until everyone upgrades to a patched TL 2013 or TL 2014. (It is not clear to me which question could be treated as a duplicate of which.)
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comment ConTeXt and Smultron
I don't use Sumltron either, but the three lines cd-ing around should be replaced by a single source /Applications/ConTeXtStandalone/tex/setuptex (in !/bin/bash) or even better by export PATH=/Applications/ConTeXtStandalone/tex/texmf-osx-64/bin:$PATH. That said, this probably doesn't solve your problem.
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answered XeTeX (I think) problem with Mac OS X.9
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answered Error message when compiling ConTeXt document from Emacs
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answered Unable to run ConTeXt (pdfTeX) after upgrading to Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks
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comment Direct connection from the CTAN package name to the files of the package
For the scripts in TL see tug.org/svn/texlive/trunk/Master/tlpkg/libexec/…, tug.org/svn/texlive/trunk/Master/tlpkg/bin/…, ... but these are not standalone and might need minor adjustments.
May
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comment How to insert Greek letters directly in math environment?
@leo-liu: I didn't want to suggest using ConTeXt, I only wanted to argue that (non)ability to use Unicode input is not a limitation of Type1 fonts. For example, the following works for me in pdfLaTeX:\documentclass[a4paper]{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \DeclareUnicodeCharacter{03C9}{\omega} \begin{document} $\omega=ω$ \end{document} but I totally agree that one should rather use unicode-math.
May
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comment How to insert Greek letters directly in math environment?
It doesn't help to answer the question, but "You can't use non-latin alphabets in math formulas" is not exactly true. One can easily type Unicode input in ConTeXt with pdfTeX for example and the same could be done with LaTeX (see also egreg's answer, I guess that a fix in inputenc's utf8 would be needed). It might only be that a suitable package is missing and there might not be enough interest to write one for pdfTeX. But unicode-math is the future anyway.
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answered Why are all Heiti fonts appearing below the baseline in ConTeXt?
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answered How to vertically center content in ConTeXt?
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answered lualatex error with Brazilian Portuguese babel option
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answered lualatex error with Brazilian Portuguese babel option
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