[OS X TeX] Duplicate texi* executables on Leopard

Berend Hasselman bhh at xs4all.nl
Wed Nov 14 17:38:46 CET 2007

On 14 Nov 2007, at 17:10, Herbert Schulz wrote:

> On Nov 14, 2007, at 7:13 AM, Berend Hasselman wrote:
>> ...
>> I made an engine for TeXShop. It only contains texi2pdf "$1" so  
>> that I wouldn't have to run LaTeX, BibTeX and possibly Makeindex  
>> manually enough times  to resolve all references. (On windows  
>> systems I use MiKTeX and texify to do this).
>> Until now I assumed that this would run /usr/texbin/texi2pdf.
>> I should have checked.
>> Nowadays I use the latexmk and pdflatexmk engines whenever I am  
>> editing/previewing with TeXShop.
>> I call(ed) texi2pdf from a script in Terminal (many times).
>> I do this for testing purposes (many LaTeX runs) and generated  
>> documents.
>> ...
> Howdy,
> If you are using an engine in TeXShop and a script in Terminal why  
> not just put in the full path: e.g., in the engine use
> /usr/texbin/texi2pdf "$1"
> and then you don't have to mess around with changing paths, etc. I  
> was going to suggest you try latexmk but I see you already know  
> about it.

Simplicity itself.
I'm now going to do some head-banging.



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