paths give the location of bin directory which consists of (latex) executable files in any platform. Post installation it is important to set the path for the bin directory. use this tag for installation issues

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How to include graphics with spaces in their path?

I want to import graphics into my main input file using the macro \includegraphics. It does not work if the filename contains spaces. Include image with spaces in path directory to be processed with ...
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Expand directory names using nested macro definitions

Background Would like to use values from macros that reference other macros (n-levels deep) and apply their values to the \path command. Problem (Scenario A) The following works: \usepackage{url} ...
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How to make \include work with a quoted string path containing spaces?

In Windows, \input can work with a quoted string path containing spaces, but \include cannot. How to fix it? \documentclass{book} \begin{document} %\input works! \input{"Contents/Installing and ...
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Obey spaces with URL package (path command)

Background Using the \path command from the URL package to mark-up directory paths. Some of the paths have spaces. Problem The preamble is set to: \usepackage{algorithm} \usepackage{booktabs} % ...
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Using \nameref within \path

Background Looking to apply a consistent style to file and directory names. The book's appendix has a subsection for every file referenced by the book. Every subsection has a label whose value is ...
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How to make \lstinputlisting applicable to file paths with spaces?

I am using the listings package and the path to the source code contains some spaces. For example, the path can be /some dir/sub dir/file 1.txt and \lstinputlisting{/some dir/sub dir/file 1.txt} does ...
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How to make the main file recognize relative paths used in the imported files?

I'm currently using doxygen to generate some documentation for a project, and doxygen generate some LaTeX code that then can be used to generate a nice pdf. But let's say I would like to write ...