[OS X TeX] les bins MacteX ne sont pas dans le PATH ?

Yvon Thoraval yvon.ubuntu at gmail.com
Wed Jul 4 16:59:10 EDT 2012

2012/7/4 Ettore Aldrovandi <ealdrov at math.fsu.edu>

> On Wed, Jul 04, 2012 at 09:35:01PM +0200, Yvon Thoraval wrote:
> >    In fact, it seems my /etc/zshenv was incomplete because it is this
> file
> >    setting ZDOT.
> It is ZDOTDIR, not ZDOT.  I don't see why /etc/zshenv should set it.

I've read  ZDOT in "zsh-templates-2.0.4" from MacPorts and Google Code.

> >    Then I've updated it.
> Why? /etc/zshenv should be pretty minimal, since it's executed by every
> instance of zsh. Moreover it belongs to the system and it is bound to
> be overwritten by system updates.

OK, then it's better for me to put that in my ~.
Because the one in /etc didn't set the path correctly at the contrary of
the same content in my home, looks strange.

In fact the stock one just runs
> /usr/libexec/path_helper to set the path.  I think it would be
> advisable to leave it as it is.
> >    What does this "export" do exactly ?
> It propagates the variables to the environment. If you just say
>         PATH=/usr/texbin:$PATH
> it only sets PATH to the value you want within the script's context.

in a script ok, but in a .zshrc file ?
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