From: Philip G. Ratcliffe <philipratcliffe@ti...> - 2004-05-27 22:35:00
> Yes, but in addition you have to follow TDS which for many people is a
> mystery. That is two things to remember - not trivial for most people :-)
Well, for the strong-hearted there is http://tug.org/tds/ or
...\texmf\doc\tds\tds.dvi, otherwise one can quite simply look at the \texmf
subdirectory structure and copy it. The commonly used bits are
the last, which is the most interesting here, being where you put package
> And to be absolutely clear: When I talked about how great TEXINPUTS
> are I said "moved or added" files - I didn't mention "edited or updated".
So you did ... hmm.
> For the record: I also have a localtexmf tree for permanent private
> packages, but I like to use TEXINPUTS for stuff I just need for a
> short while
> or just want to test.
I see your point and it's a good one, although the original poster was
probably not looking for a short-term testing area.
Cordialmente, Philip G. Ratcliffe
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