[OS X TeX] referencing external documents with xr
Alan T Litchfield
alan at alphabyte.co.nz
Fri Sep 11 16:13:35 EDT 2009
Will the use of \graphicspath help? It comes with the graphics package.
On 12/09/2009, at 1:05 AM, <peter.frings at agfa.com> wrote:
> Good afternoon all,
> I was trying to find a way to refer to sections, figures, etc. in
> external document, and stumbled upon the hyper-xr package. However,
> I'm having a problem with it that I cannot figure out by myself...
> The problem is that the link to the external file uses the same path
> as the one specified in the \externaldocument directive.
> In our system, we have many (PDF) documents, available to all co-
> workers, in a single, source-controlled folder. The .tex and other
> files (images, ...) for each of these documents live in a separate
> subtree, with a subfolder per document
> .../proposals-src/abc/abc.tex + other files
> .../proposals-src/def/def.tex + other files
> .../proposals-src/gih/gih.tex + other files
> You see it coming, right?
> When writing the documents in the proposals-src tree, I add e.g., in
> Sure enough, when working on the document in the src tree, the link
> in the resulting abc.pdf file properly links to proposals/def/
> def.pdf and opens it when clicked. However, when I move it to it's
> final folder and check it in, the link no longer works: it tries to
> access document "../def/def.pdf", which is of course not there.
> So, finally, my question: is there a way to make this work, one way
> or another, preferably without changing the structure of the src
> and final trees?
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