[texhax] Problems with

David Carlisle d.p.carlisle at gmail.com
Fri Jan 4 18:01:19 CET 2019

```Nothing changed to \include in the 2018 latex release.

You mention \include in the text but show \@input (which isn't
intended as a document command at all), which did you use?

Either way, texlive 2018 like all tex versions will search any
directories in your TEXINPUTS path, which can be specified as an
environment variable or in a texmf.cnf file

David

On Fri, 4 Jan 2019 at 15:41, Colin Ramsay <cramsay at unl.edu> wrote:
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> Hi all,
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> I am writing a textbook and I have several files scattered across several folders.
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> I recently switched to Texlive 2018.  Since the change I cannot get TexLive 2018 to access files via the \include{filename}
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> command. For example, here are specific errors for two of my most commonly used \include commands:
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> \@input{My_Articles_Stix.aux}
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> No file My_Articles_Stix.tex.
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> \@input{My_Definitions_Book_Stix.aux}
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> No file My_Definitions_Book_Stix.tex.
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> This is frustrating because I have to keep copies of these files in the current directory of each main file.
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> Any suggestions for telling Texlive 2018 to search specific paths for certain files?
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> Colin
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