[OS X TeX] El Capitan and fonts in texmf-local
ross.moore at mq.edu.au
Tue Sep 29 20:36:00 EDT 2015
On 30/09/2015, at 10:24 AM, Richard Seguin wrote:
> So /usr is non-writeable EXCEPT for its subfolder /usr/local, which is? If so, I didn’t know that you could do that.
A folder being non-writable just means that its subfolder's names
are fixed, along with any other files that may be in that folder.
It does not mean that those sub-folders' contents are fixed.
If you add or modify anything in a subfolder, the modification
date of its parent folder is not affected in any way.
At least, that is how I understand this.
Hope this helps,
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