tlmgr (was: [OS X TeX] MacTeX-2008)

Michael Kubovy kubovy at virginia.edu
Sat Sep 6 20:28:05 CEST 2008


Dear Friends,

In trying to properly set paths I have in .tcshrc, which gives me
Unmatched ".
when I start a new shell.

Does anyone know where I went wrong, and if this is what I need to get  
tlmgr on my path?

setenv LC_CTYPE en_US.UTF-8
#
# Set paths
#
set path = (/Developer/Tools \
	/Developer/Applications \
	/usr/texbin \
	/usr/local/bin \
	/usr/bin \
	/bin \
	/usr/local/sbin \
	/usr/sbin \
	/sbin \
	/usr/local/src/RTcmix-4.0.1/bin \
	/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/Current/bin \
	/opt/local/bin \
	/Applications/~LocalApps/sound/Cog \
	/Users/mk/bin \
	/usr/local/netpbm/bin \
	./ )
#	
# Set the DISPLAY variable -- works for Apple X11 with Fast User  
Switching
#
if (! $?DISPLAY && ! $?SSH_CONNECTION ) then
   setenv DISPLAY `ps -ax | grep X11.app |  grep -v Xauthority  | grep  
-v grep | awk '{print $7}' `.0
     if ( $DISPLAY == '.0' )then
        setenv DISPLAY :0.0
     endif
   echo "lias SetTitle 'settitle \[tcsh\]\ \ \ $HOST:r:r\:\:$cwd '
#
# The last two directories in the path will appear in the tab
# However, this is what will appear in the title bar of terminal.app
#
alias settab 'echo -n "Dlias SetTab 'settab $cwd:h:t/$cwd:t     '
#
# This dynamically updates both titles whenever you change directories
# If you use pushd and popd, alias them likewise to redefine them.
#
alias cd 'cd \!*;SetTab;SetTitle'
#
# Start the label update process on login to window
SetTitle;SetTab
set prompt="tcsh-% "
ISPLAY has been set to $DISPLAY"
endif

test -r /sw/bin/init.csh && source /sw/bin/init.csh
#
# Initialize FINK, if it is present
#
if ( -d /sw/bin ) then
	source /sw/bin/init.csh
endif

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On Sep 6, 2008, at 11:37 AM, Peter Dyballa wrote:

>
> Am 06.09.2008 um 14:00 schrieb Michael Kubovy:
>
>> So can anyone suggest how I can install tlmgr properly?
>
>
> On Tiger I am using Perl from ActiveState: http://www.activestate.com/Products/activeperl/index.mhtml 
> . Here Perl, too, has a problem to find modules. In my case I can  
> simply invoke:
>
> 	env PERL5LIB=/usr/local/ActivePerl-5.10/lib tlmgr --gui &
>
> Could be you need to add: /usr/local/texlive/2008/tlpkg, from where  
> TeXLive/TLPOBJ.pm can be found ...
>
>
> Apple's Perl installation has the file /Library/Perl/5.8.6/ 
> AppendToPath where additional paths can be added.
>
> --
> Greetings
>
>  Pete
>
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