Thanks for your answer! It is in a certain sense possible to create a
structure quite similar to the nice options available in Miktex 2.4. By
default, the folders labelled bibtex\bib and bibtex\bst (you have to
create them) in the user_data folder are added to the standard search
path. Put everything in there and the setup works.
Rainer Thiel wrote:
> 2007/6/5, Thomas Meurer <meurer@...>:
>> maybe this question is not up-to-date but I was just now forced to
>> switch from Miktex 2.4 to 2.6. In 2.4 one is able to specify certain
>> search paths, e.g. for bib-files, in a local version of miktex.ini using
>> e.g. "Input Dirs=.;%R\bibtex//". Does something similar exist in 2.6?
>> And if so, which ini-file is responsible for setting these paths? Thanks.
> I had the same problem when I changed from MikTeX 2.4 to MikTeX 2.5.
> As far as I know, there is no way to set these paths in ini-files any
> On the other hand, there are a number of environment variables MikTeX
> now supports, for which see chapter 8 of the MikTeX documentation.
> One of the the variables is BIBINPUTS where you can put any paths
> MikTeX should search for bib-files in.
> Raienr Thiel
Dr.-Ing./M.Sc. Thomas Meurer
Complex Dynamical Systems Group
Automation and Control Institute (ACIN)
Vienna University of Technology
Gusshausstrasse 27-29 / E376
1040 Wien, Austria