Trees: tested on 10.4, should work on 10.3 and 10.5
Validation: built successfully with fink -m --build-as-nobody rebuild
$ fink -v validate main/finkinfo/text/system-texlive.info
Validating package file main/finkinfo/text/system-texlive.info...
Package looks good!
fink -v validate ../../debs/system-texlive_2007-1_darwin-i386.deb
Validating .deb file ../../debs/system-texlive_2007-1_darwin-i386.deb...
Package looks good!
See also the thread in the fink-devel mailing list.
This package allows users to use a separately installed version of TeX Live with fink. TeX Live must be installed in the default location of /usr/local/texlive/2007. This package adds /usr/local/texlive/2007/bin/xxx to the path, where xxx is the appropriate directory for the architecture. This breaks a couple of packages that depend on the TeX binaries being in /sw/bin: luximono and feynmf.
This package is designed to be used in combination with tetex-base-texlive and tetex-texmf-texlive which provide tetex-base and tetex-texmf but are based on texlive. Currently they do not add anything to texlive, but I think they might need to. They are intended only as migration tools.
Because TeX Live does not include libkpathsea.a nor the include/kpathsea this package does not provide kpathsea. This means that the following packages will not work:
ec-fonts-mftraced, ipe6, lcdf-typetools, lilypond, mftrace, ptexenc, pyx-py, tex-guy, vflib3
The following packages will not work because they depend on tetex with specific versions mentioned: doxygen, doxygen1.3, klatexformula, and ptex-texmf.
ha-prosper will not work because it depends on a specific version of prosper
The following packages basically become obsolete, because they are included in the TeX Live distribution:
cm-super, enumitem, ifmslide, jadetex, latex-beamer, latex-figbib, latex-make, pdfscreen, pdfslide, pdfsync, pgf, powerdot, ppower4, prosper, tex4ht, texpower, tipa, unicode-tex, xcolor, xdvi, xetex, and xkeyval