[texworks] TeXworks Windows available

T T t34www at googlemail.com
Sat Jun 13 14:39:08 CEST 2009

On 13/06/2009, Stefan Löffler <st.loeffler at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 2009-06-13 13:04, Hans Hagen wrote:
>> the current state (recent files etc) is stored in the main ini file
>> (which in my case lives in the bin path); i wonder what happens if the
>> bin path is not writeable  or when multiple users run texworks from
>> the same bin path
> I assume you're running on Windows. In this case, this should not be the
> default behavior. Normally, user settings should be saved on a per-user
> basis in the registry. Only if you created the texworks-setup.ini file
> (which is by no means necessary) you get into this situation. In that
> case, it's up to you to ensure that different users can have different
> settings if they want to (which I doubt is possible if the main ini file
> resides in the TW bin directory).

There are also TW_INIPATH and TW_LIBPATH environment variables
available now (since rev.296). They can be used instead of (or to
override) the corresponding inipath & libpath settings from the
texworks-setup.ini. You can use them with a batch wrapper for each
user or something like that.



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