[OS X TeX] personal package : following 2

Alain Schremmer schremmer.alain at gmail.com
Sat Dec 25 17:55:41 CET 2010


On Dec 25, 2010, at 10:20 AM, Alan Munn wrote:

>> On Dec 23, 2010, at 7:58 PM, Claus Gerhardt wrote:
>>>
>>> Since these questions have already be answered sufficiently and  
>>> in great detail over and over again, we should pick one default  
>>> link where the answer can be found and whenever the question is  
>>> asked again simply provide the link without any further explanation.
>
> All I proposed was that there be an easy way for new users to set  
> up the folder structure. In fact, one could argue that having the  
> structure pre-set, *aids* people to understand it.  Jumping through  
> the hoops of independently having to create the folders isn't  
> necessary for learning that TeX looks in certain places for certain  
> files.  Again, understanding TeX and all its intricacies isn't the  
> goal, the goal is to be able to use TeX as a tool to do other  
> things.  After all, that's why  TeXShop was written, and the great  
> one click MacTeX installer.  Or should we go back to using the  
> command line for everything?

Also, I forgot to say that I don't see any conflict between your  
application and Gerhardt's suggestion.

Best regards to all
--schremmer

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