[OS X TeX] Equivalent to TeXify in TeXShop?
Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Sat Mar 10 22:59:45 CET 2007
Am 10.03.2007 um 22:30 schrieb Friedrich Vosberg:
> How can I check whether it works? And how can I invoke it in
> TeXShop to handle a TeX file?
Friedrich: you don't use it from TeX Shop! Didn't you show in that
TeX excerpt that TeX itself is invoking texify?!
>> you can move it into /usr/local/bin,
> Could I move it into my standard TeX trees ~/Library/texmf/...?
Of course you can, at least I believe so. But then you'd need to
adjust PATH that the texify executable can be found in your cellar.
Texify is no TeX package, it's a script like texexec, updmap, Claus
Gerhardt's macros, or any TeXShop engine.
> PS: Sometimes it's not really maclike to configure TeX on Mac.
Some of us are already with Mac OS X. It's not NeXT, which had GNU
Emacs, but over NeXT, which has climate damaging Carbon Emacs. And
also Emacs.app, which is more NeXT like. (Could be too much a German
problem with so many Carbon power plants in planning, because it was
so cold this winter.)
Mit friedvollen Grüßen
Eine Fehlentscheidung auf Anhieb spart immerhin Zeit.
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