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Feb
23
comment Is it feasible to create a standalone package for fonts / styles / layouts?
Ah, okay, I see. An if I specified it as ./local/texmf?
Feb
23
comment Is it feasible to create a standalone package for fonts / styles / layouts?
Do you know, if I can add the current folder, e.g. the folder with my main tex file to TEXMFLOCAL/TEXMFHOME?
Feb
23
comment Is it feasible to create a standalone package for fonts / styles / layouts?
But that means I have to overcome a setup hurdle for each new installation? (E.g. I need to maintain a directory outside the current folder.) Or can I include the current folder in TEXMFHOME?
Feb
23
comment Is it feasible to create a standalone package for fonts / styles / layouts?
Packaging the style files is a good thing of course but does not solve the sychronisation problem and the font files.
Sep
11
comment ‘Bundle’ TeX output in a directory
Looks good. Maybe I should try and tweak it a little so that it’s not an Application Bundle but a Document Package (which Preview.app can understand).
Sep
10
comment ‘Bundle’ TeX output in a directory
But still this means that everything looks like a directory and you have to check inside the directory to find the pdf. Also, it’s easy to mess around and accidentally hide stuff by putting it into the wrong directory.