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I would like to know how I can install third-party packages that are not included in the standard MacTeX distribution.

I am interested in using jecon.bst in particular.

The current situation is:

  • The .bst file works fine when I put the file in the same folder as the main .tex file. I am using TeXShop.
  • The manual of jecon.bst file suggests that I put the file in the folder where jplain.bst is located, and I did that. In addition to this, I copy pasted jecon folder into bibtex/bst folder as well. However the engine upbibtex cannot locate jecon.bst.
  • How do I add a .sty file to my MacTeX/TeXShop installation? did not solve my problem. I could locate the texmf hidden folder without any problem, as I indicated above.

Is there anything else I have to do for upbibtex to recognize jecon.bst?

marked as duplicate by Alan Munn, Henri Menke, siracusa, Mensch, Phelype Oleinik Jul 16 at 23:39

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  • Welcome to TeX SX! Normally, local additions which are not part of the distribution should be in your texmf-local folder, respecting the T.D.S. – namely, in texmf-local/bibtex/bst (creating the directories which do not exist if necessary). – Bernard Jun 17 at 10:29
  • Thank you for thoughtful advice. @Bernard I have tried texmf-local (I do not know whether the subfolders I created are appropriate). – decsci Jun 17 at 13:27
  • @KJO I also 1) checked doppelgenger sort of things along with 4) avoid Japanese paths. I have little ability to check 2) for myself. I also browsed the link you gave me. Unfortunately, none has worked so far. I will get along via the most basic option -- placing the .bst file in the same folder as .tex file. – decsci Jun 17 at 13:32
  • Some MacTeX users like to put their local additions instead into ~/Library/texmf. (This allows for different local configurations if there are multiple users for the computer.) Then your .bst file could go into ~/Library/texmf/bibtex/bst/local. – murray Jun 17 at 15:03
  • Use kpsewhich -show-path=bst to show the paths that are searched for .bst files. MacTeX does things slightly differently from vanilla TeX Live, for historical reasons. – Adam Maxwell Jun 18 at 2:39
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Simply, I have to run mktexlsr.

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