Fabrice Popineau Fabrice.Popineau@supelec.fr
23 Feb 2000 09:02:14 +0100

* Staszek Wawrykiewicz <StaW@gust.org.pl> writes:

> Certainly yes.  And also texmf.cnf. But please be carefully

VARTEXMF and TEXMFLOCAL mostly have the same role. The only difference
is under Unix where you can expect /usr/local/... to hold static files
and /var/... to allow creation/removal of files. There is no such
difference under windows. So my intention was to use TEXMFLOCAL for
all local configuration and make VARTEXFONTS point to
$TEXMFLOCAL/fonts . There is no use for VARTEXMF under windows. Maybe
for completeness, VARTEXMF should point to $TEXMFLOCAL.

Thanks for any other comment,