This post is a follow-up to my post Using
subfiles package with
.sty files. Answering that post, a couple people suggested I build a local texmf tree.
I've hunted around and it seems that this is unique to Linux systems.
Q: What is a (local?) texmf tree (or it's equivalent on MikTeX + Vista32 systems)?
I have my
Q: Would a texmf directory be built there and then pointed to by
TEXINPUTS? Or does a texmf directory just refer to any directory pointed to by