[OS X TeX] mac-emacs: "latex: command not found"

Eckhard Giere Eckhard.Giere at web.de
Wed Aug 14 13:45:34 CEST 2002


Am Mittwoch den, 14. August 2002, um 01:06, schrieb Enrico Franconi:

> On August 13, Eckhard Giere writes:
>> I am playing a bit with mac-emacs but so far I hadn't very much fun.
>> Every time I want to TeX a file I get the  following message:
>> Running `LaTeX' on `spectral-neu' with ``latex
>> '\nonstopmode\input{spectral-neu.tex}'''
>> latex: Command not found.
>> LaTeX exited abnormally with code 1 at Tue Aug 13 21:44:07
> Did you try the suggestion in the mac-emacs web page
> http://www.cs.man.ac.uk/~franconi/mac-emacs/

Yes, I did.

>> In few cases mac-emacs does not recognise the latex binaries -- even
>> if they have been installed properly and they do work from the
>> command line. If you have this problem and if you have installed
>> Wierda's teTeX, then add at the beginning of the file
>> /usr/share/init/tcsh/rc the following line:
>> set path = ( ${path} 
>> /usr/local/teTeX/bin/powerpc-apple-darwin-current )
> Let me know if it does work.

This hint did it. Now, everything works fine. (Now I have to customize 
the emacs....)

Thanks a lot.


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