CTAN update: pkgcheck
2020-01-17 (2.0.0) - more error checking in TDS zip archives - detecting if a .dtx or .ins file is not in a subdirectory of source/ or doc/ toplevel directories (E0036) - detecting empty directories (W0007) - detecting hidden directories (E0006) - detecting temporary files (E0008) - as a special case tex/latex/tools/.tex is allowed for package latex-tools. The same applies for latex-tools-dev package - revamped handling of line ending checks - reporting if a file has CR line endings only (E0037) - reporting if a file has inconsistent line endings (E0038) - reporting if a Windows file does not have Windows (CRLF) line endings (W0008) - a file is regarded a Windows file if its name ends with one of .bat, .cmd, .nsh or .reg - files with CR, or CRLF line endings will be corrected to LF - but windows files will be corrected to CRLF line endings - when correcting line endings a line ending at the end of a file will be added if required - renamed command line switch - old: -L, --correct-crlf Correct CRLF line endings - new: -L, --correct-le Correct line endings - other changes - new message F0007 when tmp directory is not writable or the tmp directory is full - some code simplifications - crates update - when detecting an empty file also permissions will be checked and (if requested) corrected - (Experimental) for latex-base-dev, latex-tools-dev, latex-graphics-dev and latex-amsmath-dev check for latex-dev in the path names in the TDS zip archive - if a file in a generated file statement contains a directory part it was correctly recognized but not compared correctly to the contents of the TDS zip archive
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pkgcheck – CTAN package checker
Packages uploaded to CTAN will be checked by the CTAN team before they get installed.
This package provides the pkgckeck command line utility used by CTAN members for carrying out those checks that can be performed in an automated way.
pkgcheck is a 64-bit static Linux binary, and runs out of the box. The only prerequisites is that pdfinfo is available.
A Windows version is not planned.
|2018 Manfred Lotz
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