#1 "\usepgflibrary" undefined

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2008-08-20
2008-08-20
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When importing the package tikz, the message
l.15 \usepgflibrary
{plothandlers}
is issued for file .,,tikz.code.tex

Inconsistent naming?
(There is a \usetikzlibrary, which is defined later, and there are calls to \usepgfmodule)

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Discussion

  • Berhold Hoffmann

    A very simple file

     
  • Lennart Sauerbeck

    I had the exact same problem. I installed pgf to my local tree (~/.texmf) by symlinking the whole pgf directory to ~/.texmf/tex/generic/pgf. The issue was solved for me after I symlinked the latex tree of pgf directly to ~/.texmf/tex/latex/pgf (so the last link points to pgf-2.00/latex/pgf).

    I don't know however if this is a problem with my LaTeX distribution (I'm still on tetex) or if it's an issue with pgf.

     
  • sganslandt

    sganslandt - 2008-12-04

    I have also had the same problem. Solved it by removing all older instances of pgf and did a TDS-compliant install of pgf-2.00. I am also running tetex, installed with the mac-ports utility.

    Cheers!
    - Sebastian

     

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