[OS X TeX] Re: textools --fixtexmftrees : parse error !
Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Thu Nov 4 06:54:04 EST 2004
In .tcshrc you should use
set path=($path /usr/local/teTeX/bin/powerpc-apple-darwin-current
The csh derivatives then put an environment variable PATH into their
environment for the other camp's members sh, ash, bash, ksh. Usually
csh and tcsh rely on $path ("echo $path" or "set | grep path"). But
both are a bit lazy: you have to invoke 'rehash' to teach them to use
the new path designation. It's like in TeX: both shells carry a hash of
all executables with them. If the number of executables or the elements
and their order of $path changes, you have to re-hash, texhash. And you
have to do it in every shell you make a change of this kind. (The
modern bash uses a hash table too.)
Once you've changed ~/.tcshrc and open a new tcsh in a new Terminal (or
Emacs) everything will be up to date.
In Mac OS X you could use locate to find a file on the system. All you
need to do is to run as super-user /usr/libexec/locate.updatedb ('sudo
/usr/libexec/locate.updatedb', there is no need to add /usr/libexec to
your search path). "locate texexec" as average user then will give you
a list of pathnames that contain the string 'texexec' -- which
sometimes can be too much. Both!
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