in many answers and hints to LaTeX questions regarding fonts, there is always the requirement for installing new fonts, to create a "TDS compliant" root directory.
If i follow these instructions and look up, for example on Windows with a Miktex installation, what a "TDS-compliant" directory should look like, it requests something: "THis does not look like an TDS-compliant directory. Please install one.."
He directs me to a documentation where following is claimed:
•bibtex •doc •fonts •scripts •tex
When i provide a directory with this structure (for example under C:\localtexmf) and try to add it via MikTeX console, he is still saying that exact this structure is "Not TDS-compliant". When i lookup the information, for example, as instructed by the answer in Create a local texmf tree in MiKTeX
it leads me to the information in A Directory Structure for TeX Files where a different "TDS-compliant" directory structure is propagated:
The top-level directories specified by the TDS are:
`tex' for TeX files (Section Macros). `fonts' for font-related files (Section Fonts). `metafont' for Metafont files which are not fonts (Section Non-font Metafont files). `metapost' for MetaPost files (Section MetaPost). `bibtex' for BibTeX files (Section BibTeX). `scripts' for platform-independent executables (Section Scripts). `doc' for user documentation (Section Documentation). `source' for sources. This includes both traditional program sources ....
Besides the fact that is strange that there are different "TDS-compliant" directory structures, neither of this different "TDS-compliant" structures are working with MikTeX.
Is there another "TDS-compliant" structure which would work with MikTeX?