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I have put the style file in localtexmf folder in c:

for example:

\usepackage{mathtime} mathtime package called in c:\localtexmf folder.

Its compiling.

If we put the mathtime style file in tex file directory. the mathtime package called in same folder path. We need not want this.

We need
if we put the mathtime package in same tex file loaction. We need not want to call this package. Only we need the package from c:\localtexmf. How to fix the path for style files.

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The rule for finding style files is the same as for all tex input files. This is dependent on the implementation, so you need to tell us what TeX implementation you are using. –  Harald Hanche-Olsen Jan 10 '11 at 9:30
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I'm not sure that I understand. It seems that you have two copies of the style file, one in C:\localtexmf and one in the same directory as the .tex file and that you want the C:\localtexmf one to be the one that is used. Is that correct? If so, the answer that seems easiest is to delete the copy in the directory with the .tex file, otherwise I suspect that you will have to change some environment variables to override the normal search path for style files. –  Loop Space Jan 10 '11 at 9:31
    
We have fixed the style file in the localtexmf folder. If anybody use the file in the same diectory as the .tex file. While compile we take the same folder style file. –  S. Murugan Jan 10 '11 at 9:55
    
So you want to be sure that any user who loads the mathtime package uses the system one, even if they've installed a copy in the same directory as the .tex file. One way to do that would be to alter the search order that TeX uses, but I don't know how to do that for one specific file only and wouldn't recommend doing it for arbitrary files. –  Loop Space Jan 10 '11 at 10:43

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It should be (for windows): localtexmf\tex\latex\

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Yes. The packages or classes must be in some sub directory of TeX tree structure called as TDS-compliant directory. :-) –  xport Jun 15 '11 at 3:59

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