[OS X TeX] command-click on the name of a console file

Peter Dyballa Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Mon Nov 19 11:23:20 CET 2012

Am 19.11.2012 um 03:18 schrieb Alain Schremmer:

> So, I must be doing something even more stupid than usual. But what?

Because you do not update?

In my up-to-date TeX Live 2011 your example compiles fine. Could you put the line


before the \documentclass line and compare your list with mine? Particularly important are the version numbers and dates. Here is mine:

 *File List*
    book.cls    2007/10/19 v1.4h Standard LaTeX document class
    bk11.clo    2007/10/19 v1.4h Standard LaTeX file (size option)
currfile.sty    2012/05/06 v0.6 Provides the file path elements of the current input file
kvoptions.sty    2011/06/30 v3.11 Key value format for package options (HO)
  keyval.sty    1999/03/16 v1.13 key=value parser (DPC)
 ltxcmds.sty    2011/11/09 v1.22 LaTeX kernel commands for general use (HO)
kvsetkeys.sty    2012/04/25 v1.16 Key value parser (HO)
infwarerr.sty    2010/04/08 v1.3 Providing info/warning/error messages (HO)
etexcmds.sty    2011/02/16 v1.5 Avoid name clashes with e-TeX commands (HO)
ifluatex.sty    2010/03/01 v1.3 Provides the ifluatex switch (HO)
filehook.sty    2011/10/12 v0.5d Hooks for input files
currfile-abspath.sty    2012/05/06 v0.6 Provides absolute file paths, the parent working directory and the main file name

You can see that some files were updated this year… (with tlmgr or TLU)

Besides this, Martin Scharrer, the author of currfile, wrote me upon my bug report, that he has no access to a Mac…

With \usepackage[abspath]{currfile} you can use \currfileabspath to output the file's path name. Until the bug is eliminated. This works on Mac OS X 10.6.8 (Snow Leopard) with TeX Live 2012 and 2011 (in 2010 currfile does not provide \currfileabspath).



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