[OS X TeX] How to plot functions with PGF and TeXShop ?
bvoisin at mac.com
Sun Jan 15 15:46:04 EST 2006
Le 15 janv. 06 à 20:32, Franck Pastor a écrit :
> I suspect TeXShop is aware of the /usr/bin or /usr/local/bin
> directories, but not of /sw/bin...
Remember what Gerben said on the ~/.MacOSX/environment.plist problem
(see below). This tells us that TeXShop is indeed aware of /usr/local/
bin and /usr/local/teTeX/bin/powerpc-apple-darwin-current, but of
these only. They are set in the Engine tab of its Prefs; I don't know
whether it's possible to specify a "multiple" path, such as "/usr/
local/bin;/sw/bin" (I've no idea of the correct syntax).
> De : Gerben Wierda
> Date : 31 mai 2005 23:55:20 HAEC
> À : TeX on Mac OS X Mailing List
> Objet : Rép : [OS X TeX] epstopdf can't find Ghostscript
> Répondre à : TeX on Mac OS X Mailing List
> On May 31, 2005, at 23:25, Peter Dyballa wrote:
>> Am 31.05.2005 um 22:50 schrieb Gerben Wierda:
>>> The correct way is to have the GUI *application* (and not a
>>> global setting for all GUI applications) set the right PATH
>>> before executing commands.
>> You mean that at login-time the correct values for PATH or path
>> should be set? And this should work because any process created by
>> a GUI app should have then too the right settings?
> No, what I mean is that if a GUI app requires non-default setting
> for its working (and that generally means running subprocesses) it
> should keep its own PATH setting. TeXShop does this in its
> Preferences (in the Engine tab).
> The Apple Frameworks for running subprocesses have the possibility
> to pass environment variables to that subprocess. Hence, TeXShop
> passes an updated environment to the subprocess including a PATH
> containing and /usr/local/bin and /usr/local/teTeX/bin/powerpc-
> apple-darwin-current (or whatever you set in preferences)
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