At 05.19 08/03/2005, you wrote:
>On Sat, Mar 05, 2005 at 09:42:58AM -0800, Luis wrote:
> > I think I see Stephen's point: what he wants is a truly portable MiKTeX he
> > can carry around to work in trips, computer labs, internet cafes, or
> > auntie's cottage. I also tried something like that, and finally fell back
> > to emTeX/dviwin. You might try this combo meanwhile, although it's not
> > pretty or complete.
>I agree completely that it's a bitty that MiKTeX uses the registry. I suggest
>that you file and feature request (and that everybody that wants a
>non-registry version of MiKTeX posts a comment on the request). However,
>if you are allowed to write to the registry it's very easy to just include
>registry settings on your media of choice (CD-rom, Flash...) and then merged
>the registry settings everytime you come to a new computer.
This is really an interesting project, and truely in topic with this ML. It
would be nice if someone who has been able to port a version of MIKTEX on a
USB pen drive could share his experience with us all. I'am not that one,
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