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

Michael Kubovy kubovy at virginia.edu
Sat Sep 6 23:58:19 CEST 2008


Hi Peter,

I had indeed put a '#' character in front of each line; that's how I  
new that this is the culprit. Someone else wrote those lines, and I  
not sure what purpose they serve. I'll keep them commented out and  
treat them as apocrypha ripe for exegesis when I have absolutely  
nothing else to do.

As to having two terminal windows open. I did something very similar:  
had the .tcshrc open in TextWrangler and each time I save I opened a  
new terminal window.

Thanks again,
Michael
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On Sep 6, 2008, at 5:49 PM, Peter Dyballa wrote:

> Am 06.09.2008 um 23:35 schrieb Michael Kubovy:
>
>> The error is indeed in the block of code you point to, but I don't  
>> know enough to fix it.
>
>
> Put a '#' character in front of each line. This will turn them all  
> into comments.
>
> Without documentation of the lines' meaning I can only guess that  
> the first of the three lines can be made correct by adding a '"'  
> character at its end.
>
> BTW, in one Terminal you can have ~/.cshrc or ~/.tcshrc open and in  
> editing mode. After each save, without leaving the editor, you can  
> open a new Terminal window. When you're good, it will show another  
> or no mistake. So you can approach step-by-step the error-free  
> version.
>
> --
> Greetings
>
>  Pete

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