[OS X TeX] Adding Classes to Latex WHile using texShop
"M. Tamer Özsu"
ozsut at mac.com
Wed Oct 19 07:25:35 CEST 2011
You pub the .cls files in a directory that tex can reach. Most often you create a folder called texmf inside your own Library folder. The .cls files go in there. Typically, you create a number of subdirectories (or folders) inside texmf so that you can better organize your files. Here is a minimum setup to start with
~/Library/texmf/bibtex (to hold any special .bst files you might have for bibtex)
/doc (I keep various latex related manuals, etc)
/tex (.cls files go in here)
Latex will then find them when you use them.
M. Tamer Özsu
University of Waterloo
On 2011-10-19, at 3:48 AM, Kevin Fjelsted wrote:
> How do I add a ".CLS" file to Latex under OS X Lion?
> I did a standard install of Texshop and Latex.
> I notice that TexShop recognizes class files as a type however my various searches don't seem to match the file locations that the Latex files reside in.
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