[OS X TeX] Switcher 1.1
gerhardt at math.uni-heidelberg.de
Wed Nov 29 08:40:29 EST 2006
After switching (via Switcher) to texlive2005, that I installed
myself from the TeXLive iso, though I assume that the MacTeX
installation will give the same result, the path to tex is
Inside this of this folder are the different tex binaries, where the
main one is called pdfetex, and the others like pdflatex are only
symlinks pointing to pdfetex
riemann:~ claus$ readlink /usr/local/texprograms/pdflatex
The name power-pc-apple-darwin-current isn't used by TeXLive (TUG)
only by Gerben's distributions. Click on Switcher's reveal button,
then you will see the path to active tex as defined by /usr/local/
On Nov 29, 2006, at 12:34, Michael Kubovy wrote:
> Hi all,
> In the past I used teTeX and Gerben Wierda's ii2.app. It was the
> best of times.
> After all the discussion on this list, I installed TeXLive2005.
> This was a hasty and foolish decision I see, but given the
> extraordinary fiducial responsibility of the developpers of LaTeX
> tools in general and tools for the Mac in particular, not
> uncharacteristic of a trusting person.
> Currently pdflatex seems to reside in
> If I set that as TeXShop's path setting, then tools I took for
> granted, such as apa.cls, which still lives in
> or apacite.sty, which is in
> are not found by TeXShop.
> If I use the default setting in TeXShop, it tells me that
> does not exist.
> Switcher hasn't solved my problem.
> Please help.
> Professor Michael Kubovy
> University of Virginia
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