Is there any registry entry (or some other file) that tells miktex
which packages are installed (or does it guess by enumerating
directories in the package sub-directory)? maybe some manual work to
that database is required?
On 1/14/06, Zulfiqar Malik <zulfiqar.malik@...> wrote:
> Well first i installed the package when i was asked to install it
> during compilation of a tex file. After sometime, when the error kept
> on coming up, i un-installed and reinstalled the package from the
> package manager.
> I actually don't get an error. I get a dialog box quoting the
> following words in verbatim (alongwith a few buttons on the dialog
> The installation of the following package is required:
> Name: oberdiek
> Title: <none>
> The package will be installed from the following source:
> and then it asks me whether i want to install the package or not. If i
> choose to install it then it first installs it and then gives me the
> same error again! This happens no matter how many times i install the
> aforementioned package. If i choose not to install it, the compilation
> stops and no output is generated. At first i speculated that the
> problem might be occuring due to spaces in Miktex directory path, and
> so i reinstalled it in a new location, without any spaces in names,
> but to no avail. Btw i downloaded and installed the small miktex
> package (around 23MB, or so).
> Thanks to all those who tried to help.
> Zulfiqar Inayat Malik.
Zulfiqar Inayat Malik.