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Having just updated to TL2011, I find that the xfrac package fails with the error:

! LaTeX Error: File `template.sty' not found.

Sure enough, neither kpsewhich nor find can locate it. I can find it in my TL2010 tree, so I could copy it over from there, I guess. The location there is:

tex/latex/xpackages/xbase/template.sty

But there's not even a corresponding xpackages directory in the TL2011 tree! My (limited) poking around in the directory structure makes it look as though the x-stuff has been rearranged, and several things renamed. There is a suspicious looking xtemplate.sty file in the new TL2011 tree, but it is sufficiently different to template.sty that I can't be sure that they do the same thing.

So ...

  1. Is xtemplate.sty the new template.sty and I should just change the line in xfrac to require the x-rated version?
  2. If not, should I just copy template.sty over from TL2010 (in to my local texmf tree rather than TL2011, of course) and what else should I copy?
  3. Or is there a package on CTAN that covers this (I couldn't find it via a search)?
  4. Is there a new super all-singing all-dancing all-reciprocating package that replaces xfrac that I should use instead?
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(I've tagged this latex3 because it looks like that's what got reorganised.) –  Andrew Stacey Aug 8 '11 at 13:34
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If I load xfrac.sty (using TL 2011), it autoloads xtemplate.sty -- but this shouldn't require your hand to set up. Try updating your packages tlmgr update -self -all. If that doesn't work, add \listfiles to your code and post the file list, maybe. –  frabjous Aug 8 '11 at 13:47
    
xtemplate and xfrac itself are now l3packages. For me (TL 2011), xfrac is failing with a completely different error, which makes things even more interesting. –  Andrey Vihrov Aug 8 '11 at 13:50
    
Yes, it seems that the LaTeX3 packages got recently reorganized, at least in TeX Live. Some packages are now installed under different named in TeX Live. This lead to automatic deinstallation of some packages and the installations of some new ones. –  Martin Scharrer Aug 8 '11 at 13:52
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Aaagh! @frabjous is completely correct. I had downloaded xfrac once long ago and stashed it somewhere in my TEXMF tree (before it made it in to TL, presumably). That was being loaded, not the TL version. My apologies, one and all. (Close as "too-localised"?) –  Andrew Stacey Aug 8 '11 at 13:58
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closed as too localized by Andrew Stacey, Andrey Vihrov, Martin Scharrer Aug 8 '11 at 14:05

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