[OS X TeX] /usr/local/texprograms -> /Library/ActiveTeXPrograms
Gerben.Wierda at rna.nl
Thu Nov 30 01:36:08 EST 2006
On Nov 30, 2006, at 01:27 , Jérome Laurens wrote:
> Le 30 nov. 06 à 01:16, Gerben Wierda a écrit :
>> On Nov 30, 2006, at 00:06 , Maarten Sneep wrote:
>>> On 29-nov-2006, at 23:59, Gerben Wierda wrote:
>>>> So, I am planning to do this in terms of links:
>>>> /Library/gwTeX -> ../../usr/local/gwTeX
>>>> /Library/ActiveTeXPrograms -> ../../usr/local/gwTeX/bin/i386-
>>>> apple-darwin-current (on intel)
>>>> /Library/ActiveTeXPrograms -> ../../usr/local/gwTeX/bin/powerpc-
>>>> apple-darwin-current (on ppc)
>>>> The ../.. part of the link is to make sure they still work if
>>>> the volume is not the startup volume. The capitalisation makes
>>>> it easier to read.
>>>> Any comments?
>>> I would add one level: /Library/TeX/gwTeX, /Library/TeX/
>>> ActiveTeXProgram, etc. to group the TeX stuff.
>> That is a good plan.
>>> Is it possible to add /Library/TeX/texmf as a texmf local tree?
>>> Or link from there to the active texmf local tree?
>> /Library/TeX/ActiveTexmfLocal ?
>> Actually I think this is not a good plan. It adds something that
>> can be a mismatch. Someone resets the programs but forgets the
>> local. Bad.
> Sorry, I don't understand...
It would be possible to set the link to texmf to a different
distribution than the link to programs.
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