[OS X TeX] Xelatex fontspec Texshop and command line
curiouslearn at gmail.com
Mon Dec 20 14:25:34 CET 2010
Thanks for the explanation of why things work with TeXShop.
I think I have multiple entries for the python path because I have
updated the Enthought Python Distribution a number of times and during
installation, it just adds to the older entries. Maybe I should just
remove the older entries from .bash_profile file.
Regarding ContextMinimals, it is perhaps because I had it twice in my
.bash_profile file. I took out one entry and there is only one in the
path now. The problem is that this one entry still appears before the
/usr/texbin entry. I don't know how to switch the sequence.
I am using the bash shell. I am using ConTeXtMinimals because it fixes
some of the problems that are present in the previous versions.
Can anyone please suggest how to get /usr/texbin before
ConTeXtMinimals in the path for the bash shell. I tried adding
/usr/texbin to the .bash_profile file both at the beginning and the
end. However, that does not help. It adds it again to the path, but
after the ConTeXtMinimals.
On Mon, Dec 20, 2010 at 6:51 AM, Peter Dyballa <Peter_Dyballa at web.de> wrote:
> Am 20.12.2010 um 02:59 schrieb Curiouslearn:
>> I ran the command
>> which kpsewhich xelatex pdftex
>> you suggested, and I got
>> I suppose I need to change the path such that /usr/texbin comes before
>> anything that is ConTeXt related.
>> Can someone please tell me how I can do that?
> It depends on the shell you are using. 'man <name of this shell>' will point
> you to the files and to the syntax to be used. You could also just
> grep ConTeXtMinimals ~/.*
> and get a list of potential candidates for some correctional action.
> You might also consider to remove these ConTeXtMinimals since TeX
> Live/MacTeX comes with complete ConTeXt.
>> Also, why does this same problem not arise in TeXShop?
> Because TeXShop inherits only your login environment while ConTeXtMinimals
> becomes part of the environment only in an interactive shell.
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