[OS X TeX] Where to put file like "longdiv.tex"?

Alan Munn amunn at msu.edu
Wed Feb 28 09:50:10 EST 2007

At 9:39 AM -0500 2/28/07, Alain Schremmer wrote:
>Herbert Schulz wrote:
>>If it is a file that can also be used with Plain TeX (that is 
>>usually  the case with macro files that are .tex rather than .sty) 
>>I'd put it in
>>but, if you're going to use it with LaTeX only putting it in
>>is fine. Remember to run texhash.
>Any difference between "run[ning] texhash" (I assume from the 
>terminal) and LaTeXing from TeXShop?

Apples and oranges.  texhash is the utility that recreates the lists 
of files that the tex distribution knows about (i.e. if you've added 
something new, it updates things so that tex programs can find it.)


Alan Munn 
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