[OS X TeX] OSX-ifying TeX even more

Roberto Avanzi roberto.avanzi at gmail.com
Thu Jan 18 10:29:09 EST 2007

On 18 Jan 2007, at 15:40, Bruno Voisin wrote:

> /Users is supposed to be for user-specific files, including /Users/ 
> Shared for files to be shared among users, but the operation of the  
> OS and applications should be completely independent from the / 
> Users area, except for personal preference and configuration files,  
> personal fonts, personal TeX additions, all inside ~/Library.

Are there any common parts for "library stuff" that get ported over by
Migration Assistant?

> You can, of course, store these installer packages and all the  
> customizations you may have added inside /Users/Shared, and  
> reinstall from there. Personally I store all these installer  
> packages and customizations on an external hard drive, where I keep  
> the packages as up to date as possible, and from time to time I  
> burn that repository on a DVD.

I currently do the same (of course)


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