[texworks] message from TeXworks user(MiKTeX)
languasc at gmail.com
Fri Aug 17 23:48:41 CEST 2012
The easiest solution is to put a symbolic link (symlink) to your .bib file
in the directory of your .tex file.
If you don't know what a symbolik link is, read this page:
On 17/08/2012 21:40, Gilles, Christian wrote:
> I'm using texworks with miktex to typeset files on windows (XP).
> I have a bib file (mybib.bib) and in my tex file I have the instruction
> When I put mybib.bib in the same directory as the tex file, everything
> is fine. But I have many tex directory and only one mybib.bib, so I
> want to specify a path to the bib file. Neither (a) setting the
> TEXINPUTS environment variable to this path, nor (b) using
> edit->preferences, choosing the Typesetting tab, and adding
> *--include-directory=C:/Program Files/MiKTeX 2.8/bibtex/bib/base*
> (that is where I put mybib.bib)
> to the set of BibTeX arguments works. What am I doing wrong?
> Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks,
> Christian Gilles
> Senior Vice President
> Ally| Capital Markets
> 1177 Ave of the Americas / 16th floor
> NY NY 10036
> T + 646 781 2612 | M + 917 442 7832
> christian.gilles at ally.com
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