After upgrading to the latest version of TikZ/PGF I cannot access, using
texdoc, the newer version of the documentation. When I invoke
texdoc tikz it tries to open the version that used to reside in:
2.10CVS). Somehow I cannot find a way to tell
texdoc to open the right version which is located in:
A temporary workaround I use is to have a symbolic link from the former location to the latter. However, this is really ugly solution... I don't remember how I managed to tell
texdoc to override the shipped documentation back when I manually installed the
CVS version; thus I cannot simply undo it.
@AndrewSwann: The output of
texdoc -l tikz is:
1 /Users/username/Library/texmf/doc/generic/pgf/pgfmanual.pdf 2 /usr/local/texlive/2013/texmf-dist/doc/generic/pgf/pgfmanual.pdf
and the list go on... My question can be also stated: How can I remove
1 and make
2 the first one?