[OS X TeX] Open Testing of MacTeX Distribution
Gerben.Wierda at rna.nl
Tue Oct 11 12:42:47 EDT 2005
> Le 11 oct. 05 à 18:25, Richard Koch a écrit :
>> As a followup to the thread below, Jonathan's original package
>> contains Gerben's
>> code to reset these paths, and nothing has changed since. I believe
>> has correctly diagnosed why Maartin's tests suggested that
>> something was
>> wrong. Unless I hear otherwise, I mark this bug as solved.
>>>> AFAIR /usr/local/bin is made available from the command line when
>>>> installing the GhostScript i-Package, which patches /etc/
>>>> csh.login and /etc/profile. I don't know about MacTeX.pkg.
>>> Yes; MacTeX.pkg does the same patches, or at least it was intended
>>> to do so.
> IIRC Jaguar (10.2) did not include bash, hence /etc/profile wasn't
> involved. It used tcsh, but was /etc/csh.login the config file for it
> already, or was this config file different (for example at another
> location instead of /etc/)? Unfortunately I've got not Jaguar setup
> to check.
I think 10.2 already had bash and 10.1 had zsh. Both have sh. /etc/profile
or something like it has always been there. But initially I only patched
te PATH for the default shell.
Furthermore, somewhere inbetween the setup for tcsh was minimized (because
large paths make the Mac slow) and it was not in /etc/csh.login but
somewhere in /usr/share first.
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