[OS X TeX] BibTeX mystery

Matthias Damm macplanet at macnews.de
Thu Dec 28 09:23:44 EST 2006

Am 28.12.2006 um 00:11 schrieb Ross Moore:

> Only with experiences such as this do you learn when aliases
> can be used, and when not. When an alias doesn't work, you need
> to ensure that your input files are in the standard locations,
> as determined by the variables defined within the  texmf.cnf  file.
> (Or you can adjust those definitions, if you dare!!)

That's probably a good idea (and not so hard to do).

But using a UNIX symlink instead of a Mac OS alias could be worth a  
try, too.
(SymbolicLinker is a nice frontend to create symlinks if you don't  
want to do it in the Terminal: <http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/ 

Best regards,

Matthias Damm
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