Texlive: kile do not find koma-script files
nicos at macports.org
Thu Jul 26 22:38:08 PDT 2012
Good to know that you could find a way to solve your issue.
Then, concerning your issue about classicthesis, I don't think it is anymore related to Macports, as you now use the TeXLive distribution.
The present version of the package classicthesis (see http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/classicthesis/) does not contain any file "classic-preamble.sty", which has been suppressed in recent versions of the package (see http://www.tex.ac.uk/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/classicthesis/CHANGES) with classicthesis-config.tex. You thus need to download an older version of the package or adapt your use to the new one. However, as already said, this not anymore related to any Macports' port.
> Thanks for the clarifications Nicolas,
> I am using kde4-kile @2.1.2_0
> In these days I went a bit around in the installed kile files and I already had a look at what you pointed out.
> Actually I first tried to manually change the kilestdtools.rc putting the correct path but this wasn't of any help.
> I finally realize that in Preferences->Tools->Build are set all the path that kile will use when compiling (e.g. /opt/local/bin/pdflatex).
> I set all these path like: /usr/local/texlive/2012/bin/x86_64-darwin/pdflatex
> But it still do not find classicthesis-preamble.sty. Actually I cannot find it too!
>> From the start, kile installed with Macports is not supposed to use an external tex installation in /usr/local, and would use the one installed from Macports.
> Now I uninstall and re-install kile and I checked it:
> It seems pointing at the correct files. But when trying to use the classic thesis environment it still do not find classicthesis-preamble.sty.
> I downloaded the classicthesis.zip but that file wasn't there.. Is there a link to directly download the missing file?
> On Jul 25, 2012, at 4:56 PM, Nicolas Pavillon wrote:
>> Just to be sure, is it the port "kde4-kile" which is the newest one, or the port "kile", which is pretty old and still based on kde3 ? What I write below is mainly concerning kde4-kile, but may also be true for the older one.
>> From the start, kile installed with Macports is not supposed to use an external tex installation in /usr/local, and would use the one installed from Macports. In the case kile points to this external installation (which can be checked in the menu Settings->System Check... ), it would mean that it is not a standard installation.
>> This said, the main paths for kile are set in a file called kilestdtools.rc, which should be located in /opt/local/share/apps/kile/kilestdtools.rc for a standard prefix. The path to the tex install could be changed in there. However, a manual change in this file may be overwritten by an upgrade of the port when it occurs.
>> On Jul 25, 2012, at 5:22 PM, Sara Buson wrote:
>>> I must advise that I am quite a new user of MecPorts and not expert!
>>> I recently installed TexLive2011. I then installed the kile editor compiling it by source and everything went fine. Despite this some days ago I run into issues with kile. It wasn't able to find any of the koma-script files. But those files were present as I see them in /usr/local/texlive/2012/texmf-dist/tex/latex/koma-script/ . Since I couldn't find any solution I decided to update from TexLive2011 to TexLive2012. I followed the simple instruction indicated here: http://tug.org/mactex/ . Installation successful but the .profile file was not updated, it still pointed to the old version of TexLive2011. The same for all the binaries in /opt/local/bin/ . I also removed the 2011 version but still they use the old version.
>>> I changed manually the .profile putting the path to the 2012 version.
>>> Now other editors that I have installed that using TexLive are working with the correct version (e.g. TexShop).
>>> Despite this kile still doesn't work properly.. I guess it might have its own configuration files somewhere but I cannot find them. More, isn't there a way to make it update to a new version of TexLive when available?
>>> I already lost several days on this problem, any suggestion would be very welcome.
>>> Thanks in advance,
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