[NTG-context] mbib installation

Jean Magnan de Bornier ntg-context@ntg.nl
Mon Jun 14 11:56:44 CEST 2004


Le 06/14/04 Taco Hoekwater <taco@elvenkind.com> a =E9crit notamment:

> Hi,
>
> Short answer:
>=20=09
> Leave them in the directory where your input files are.
>
>
> Long answer:
>
> The 'logical' place for the .TEX files would be=20
>
> 	<temf-root>/tex/context/user
>
> And for the .BST files:
>
> 	<temf-root>/bibtex/bst/context
>
> Both directories would need to be created if they do not exist.
>
> <texmf-root> is a variable. You could use the main tree (/usr/share/texmf=
)=20
> assuming you are root on your machine, or (better)  the 'local tree'=20=20
> (probably  /usr/share/texmf-local), or even a private tree under  your ho=
me=20
> directory ($HOME/texmf, handy if you have no rights on the machine).
>
> After copying, you need to execute "mktexlsr" to make sure that
> the search database is updated.
>
>

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>
> On Mon, 14 Jun 2004 09:45:25 +0200, Jean wrote:
>
>> Hello all,
>> I am new on this list, trying these days to learn about context and
>> considering switching from laTex to context.
>> I have downloaded and unzipped the mbib package but not found *any*
>> installation instructions, only some files plus a very brief README. So
>> can anyone tell me what should I do with those.
>> my TeX installation is teTeX


[...]

Thanks Taco, that's actually quite *logical* for a latex user, I wasn't
sure it was in a context context ;)
cheers,
--=20
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