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and sorry again for my bad grammar, English is not my native idiom.

I start explaining about what I have and then what I want:

I built a format for my school so students can build up their thesis without having headache with latex environment (out of topic: wanna upload it when it's done so i can have a viewpoint of all, but dunno if put it like a question or if there's a specific link for that.).

What I want of the project is to build it portable, so the students don't have to dowload all MiKTeX, I just want the specific packages I call on my .sty and if possible to have them in the same folder.

Is there a way so I can migrate the specific packages so I can use them on the same folder of my .sty? Or is there a way to call packages from a diferent directory?

I'll add more details if needed.

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One possibility would be to use the snapshot package and bundledoc to bundle together all the files needed to build your document.

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i understood how to use the snapshot package but how i use the bundledoc or where do i put the instruction to call the .dep file? –  Yaren Sep 11 '12 at 18:58
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@Yaren bundledoc is a Perl script (so you need Perl installed in your system). Once the .dep file was created (say, test.dep), you open a a terminal, move to the directory containing test.dep and run bundledoc test.dep. –  Gonzalo Medina Sep 11 '12 at 19:11
    
@Yaren depending on your operating system you might need to change the configuration for bundledoc; this document gives the details. –  Gonzalo Medina Sep 11 '12 at 19:25
    
thx for that! now gona try bundledoc on my proyect. –  Yaren Sep 11 '12 at 19:41

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