I just tried to compile an old TikZ code (which as far as I recall compiled perfectly in the past and was not changed in the meanwhile) and I faced some serious compilation issues related to TikZ.
The last few lines of log are:
Package pgfplots: loading complementary code for your PGF version... (/usr/local/texlive/2012/texmf-dist/tex/generic/pgfplots/oldpgfcompatib/pgfplot soldpgfsupp_misc.code.tex ! Undefined control sequence. l.236 ...e\let\pgfutil@next\relax\fi \pgfutil@next }
Little googling around pointed that the problem might be some incompatibility between TikZ elements on my system. Since, as far as I recall, I didn't change my code and it compiled in the past, I believe that the problem indeed relates to my installation of TikZ. I'm using
MacTeX on a Snow Leopard Mac OS, and I installed the CVS version of TikZ in my home directory. It seems, however, that
pdflatex uses the older version of TikZ which is to be found in
I don't really know where to start and debug this issue. For the reference the complete log file is here.
How can I fix the installation of TikZ? Is it correct behavior that TikZ uses code from both the main installation of
texlive and from my local installation? If this question fails (and it is I guess a border case) to be valid to TeX.SE, then I hope you can at least point me to sources/places where I can get some help with this.