[OS X TeX] settcshtexpath trouble

Bruce D'Arcus bdarcus at mac.com
Sat Aug 24 15:14:04 CEST 2002

On Saturday, August 24, 2002, at 09:02 AM, Michael Murray wrote:

> I got the same error in the install. But the install went OK and I put  
> the
> following in my .cshrc
> setenv  PATH  
> "${PATH}:/usr/local/bin:/usr/local/teTeX/bin/powerpc-apple-darwin- 
> current"

I just decided to create the directories and the file in question,  
which seemed to work (at least with the installer).  I suppose I need  
to logout and back in to get it to register (I hope!).

Can someone out there explain (or point me somewhere that does so well)  
in simple terms how environment variables work?  I installed  
RCEnvironment--which puts a nice little preferences item in the  
preference panel--in the hopes that it would make this all easier, but  
I still don't quite get it.

> Whats not working in your setup ?

I need to install some fonts, but the script I want to use relies on  
afm2tfm and kpsewhich.  Because neither can found, the script just  
won't work.  I could always manually use afm2tfm and such, and specify  
the full path, but that doesn't seem like fun!


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