[OS X TeX] BibTool i-Package released

Jon Crump jjcrump at u.washington.edu
Wed Apr 7 19:55:20 EDT 2004

G et al.

A thousand thanks! After a bit of hunting around I learned that all I had
to do to add /usr/local/bin to my path was to add the following line to my
.tcshrc file:

set path = ( $path   /usr/local/bin )

bibtool now works just fine (Maarten, it responds just fine, by the way,
to the -h option)

This is a formidably useful tool and I'm very grateful to you for adding
it to your i-packages. As a klutz, I had to draw the line at trying to
compile it from source myself.

On Wed, 7 Apr 2004, Gerben Wierda wrote:

> On Apr 7, 2004, at 22:01, Jon Crump wrote:
> > the file appears to have been installed in /usr/local/bin, but I can't
> > seem to call it from the command line. which does not find it either.
> > ls
> > -l shows it thus:
> /usr/local/bin needs to be in your path. I still need to adapt all the
> packages except Ghostscript to handle that for you.
> The easiest way is to install the Ghostscript package. BTW, path
> changes need a new terminal window to become active.
> G

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