[Mac OS X TeX] OzTeX configs in TeXShop?

Michael Goldweber mikeyg at cerebro.cs.xu.edu
Tue Nov 20 11:59:16 EST 2001

<x-flowed>>On Tuesday, November 20, 2001, at 09:07 , david craig wrote:
>>Is there any way to tell TeXShop/tetex to scan this folder for
>>config/style/whatever files?  (I don't really need two copies of
>>everything, and I'm not that interested in committing to the texmf tree
>>at this point anyhow.)  I've only barely begun to take a look at
>>TeXShop, so I know this may be a hopelessly naive question.
>The simple answer is no. teTeX is very powerful, but at the cost of 
>But the directory structure is not that complex. Use
>	~/Library/texmf/tex for tex, latex, style etc
>	~/Library/texmf/fonts for font stuff
>If you want everything in one directory, make those directories 
>symbolic links to that one directory.

A better way to think of structuring things may be to place your 
local style files etc. where teTeX/TeXshop/CMacTeX expects them (see 
above) and configure OzTeX to look there as well.

This is what I have done.


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