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Instead, put your changes -- and only your changes, not an % entire copy! -- in ../../texmf.cnf. That is, if this file is % installed in /some/path/to/texlive/2016/texmf-dist/web2c/texmf.cnf, % add your custom settings to /some/path/to/texlive/2016/texmf.cnf. % % What follows is a super-summary of what this .cnf file can % contain. Please read the Kpathsea manual for more information. % % Each statement in this file boils down to: % [.] [=] % % Neither the nor the may be empty. % Any identifier (sticking to A-Za-z_ for names is safest) can be assigned. % The `=' (and surrounding spaces) is optional. % \$foo (or \${foo}) in a value expands to the envvar or cnf value of foo. % Lines can be continued with a \; no whitespace removal is done. % % Earlier entries (in the same or another file) override later ones, and % an environment variable foo overrides any texmf.cnf definition of foo. % % All definitions are read before anything is expanded, so you can use % variables before they are defined. % % If a variable assignment is qualified with `.PROGRAM', it is ignored % unless the current executable (last filename component of argv[0]) is % named PROGRAM. This foo.PROGRAM construct is not recognized on the % right-hand side. For environment variables, use FOO_PROGRAM. % % Which file formats use which paths for searches is described in the % various programs' and the Kpathsea documentation (http://tug.org/kpathsea). % % // means to search subdirectories (recursively). % A leading !! means to look only in the ls-R db, never on the disk. % In this file, either ; or : can be used to separate path components. % A leading/trailing/doubled path separator in the paths will be % expanded into the compile-time default. Probably not what you want. % % Brace notation is supported, for example: /usr/local/{mytex,othertex} % expands to /usr/local/mytex:/usr/local/othertex. % Part 1: Search paths and directories. % This is the parent directory of our several trees, i.e., % /usr/local/texlive/YYYY in the original TeX Live distribution. % % All trees must be organized according to the TeX Directory Structure % (http://tug.org/tds), or files may not be found. % % Redistributors will probably want \$SELFAUTODIR/share, i.e., /usr/share. % Kpathsea sets SELFAUTOLOC (the directory with the binary), % SELFAUTODIR (its parent), and SELFAUTOPARENT (its grandparent). TEXMFROOT = \$SELFAUTOPARENT % The main tree of distributed packages and programs: TEXMFDIST = /usr/share/texlive/texmf-dist % We used to have a separate /texmf tree with some core programs and files. % Keep the variable name. TEXMFMAIN = \$TEXMFDIST % The Debian search tree TEXMFDEBIAN = /usr/share/texmf % Local additions to the distribution trees. TEXMFLOCAL = /usr/local/share/texmf % TEXMFSYSVAR, where *-sys store cached runtime data. TEXMFSYSVAR = /var/lib/texmf % TEXMFSYSCONFIG, where *-sys store configuration data. TEXMFSYSCONFIG = /etc/texmf % Per-user texmf tree(s) -- organized per the TDS, as usual. To define % more than one per-user tree, set this to a list of directories in % braces, as described above. (This used to be HOMETEXMF.) ~ expands % to %USERPROFILE% on Windows, \$HOME otherwise. TEXMFHOME = ~/texmf % TEXMFVAR, where texconfig/updmap/fmtutil store cached runtime data. TEXMFVAR = ~/.texmf-var % TEXMFCONFIG, where texconfig/updmap/fmtutil store configuration data. TEXMFCONFIG = ~/.texmf-config % List all the texmf trees. For an explanation of what they are, see the % TeX Live manual. % % For texconfig to work properly, TEXMFCONFIG and TEXMFVAR should be named % explicitly and before all other trees. % % TEXMFLOCAL precedes TEXMFDIST because locally-installed versions % should take precedence over distribution files -- although it is % generally a source of confusion to have different versions of a % package installed, whatever the trees, so try to avoid it. TEXMF = {\$TEXMFCONFIG,\$TEXMFVAR,\$TEXMFHOME,!!\$TEXMFSYSCONFIG,!!\$TEXMFSYSVAR,!!\$TEXMFLOCAL,!!\$TEXMFDEBIAN,!!\$TEXMFDIST} % Where to look for ls-R files. There need not be an ls-R in the % directories in this path, but if there is one, Kpathsea will use it. % By default, this is only the !! elements of TEXMF, so that mktexlsr % does not create ls-R files in the non-!! elements -- because if an % ls-R is present, it will be used, and the disk will not be searched. % This is arguably a bug in kpathsea. TEXMFDBS = {!!\$TEXMFSYSCONFIG,!!\$TEXMFSYSVAR,!!\$TEXMFLOCAL,!!\$TEXMFDEBIAN,!!\$TEXMFDIST} % The system trees. These are the trees that are shared by all users. % If a tree appears in this list, the mktex* scripts will use % VARTEXFONTS for generated files, if the original tree isn't writable; % otherwise the current working directory is used. SYSTEXMF = \$TEXMFSYSVAR;\$TEXMFLOCAL;\$TEXMFDEBIAN;\$TEXMFDIST % First writable tree here is used by Lua(La)TeX for the font cache. % LuaLaTeX uses the value here, while ConTeXt uses the same variable but % from texmfcnf.lua; therefore the two values should be kept in sync. % (As should everything else in texmf.cnf <-> texmfcnf.lua.) TEXMFCACHE = \$TEXMFSYSVAR;\$TEXMFVAR % Where generated fonts may be written. This tree is used when the sources % were found in a system tree and either that tree wasn't writable, or the % varfonts feature was enabled in MT_FEATURES in mktex.cnf. VARTEXFONTS = /var/cache/fonts % On some systems, there will be a system tree which contains all the font % files that may be created as well as the formats. For example % TEXMFVAR = /var/lib/texmf % is used in many distros. In this case, set VARTEXFONTS like this %VARTEXFONTS = \$TEXMFVAR/fonts % and do not mention it in TEXMFDBS (but _do_ mention TEXMFVAR). % % Remove \$VARTEXFONTS from TEXMFDBS if the VARTEXFONTS directory is below % one of the TEXMF directories (avoids overlapping ls-R files). %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% % Usually you will not need to edit any of the following variables. %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% % WEB2C is for Web2C specific files. The current directory may not be % a good place to look for them. WEB2C = \$TEXMF/web2c % TEXINPUTS is for TeX input files -- i.e., anything to be found by \input % or \openin, including .sty, .eps, etc. We specify paths for all known % formats, past or present. Not all of them are built these days. % Plain TeX. Have the command tex check all directories as a last % resort, we may have plain-compatible stuff anywhere. TEXINPUTS.tex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{plain,generic,}// % Fontinst needs to read afm files. TEXINPUTS.fontinst = .;\$TEXMF/{tex,fonts/afm}// % Other plain-based formats. TEXINPUTS.amstex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{amstex,plain,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.csplain = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{csplain,plain,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.eplain = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{eplain,plain,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.ftex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{formate,plain,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.mex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{mex,plain,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.texinfo = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{texinfo,plain,generic,}// % LaTeX 2e specific macros are stored in latex/, macros that can only be % used with 2.09 in latex209/. In addition, we look in the directory % latex209, useful for macros that were written for 2.09 and do not % mention 2e at all, but can be used with 2e. TEXINPUTS.cslatex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{cslatex,csplain,latex,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.latex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{latex,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.latex209 = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{latex209,generic,latex,}// TEXINPUTS.olatex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{latex,generic,}// % MLTeX. TEXINPUTS.frlatex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{french,latex,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.frtex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{french,plain,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.mllatex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{latex,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.mltex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{plain,generic,}// % e-TeX. TEXINPUTS.elatex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{latex,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.etex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{plain,generic,}// % pdfTeX. TEXINPUTS.pdfcslatex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{cslatex,csplain,latex,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.pdfcsplain = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{csplain,plain,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.pdflatex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{latex,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.pdfmex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{mex,plain,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.utf8mex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{mex,plain,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.pdftex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{plain,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.pdftexinfo = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{texinfo,plain,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.pdfamstex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{amstex,plain,generic,}// % pdfeTeX. TEXINPUTS.pdfelatex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{latex,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.pdfetex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{plain,generic,}// % LuaTeX. TEXINPUTS.lualatex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{lualatex,latex,luatex,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.dvilualatex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{lualatex,latex,luatex,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.luatex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{luatex,plain,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.luajittex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{luatex,plain,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.dviluatex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{luatex,plain,generic,}// % XeTeX. TEXINPUTS.xelatex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{xelatex,latex,xetex,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.xeplain = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{xeplain,eplain,plain,xetex,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.xetex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{xetex,plain,generic,}// % Omega / Aleph. TEXINPUTS.aleph = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{plain,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.elambda = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{lambda,latex,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.eomega = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{plain,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.lambda = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{lambda,latex,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.lamed = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{lambda,latex,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.omega = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{plain,generic,}// % p(La)TeX. TEXINPUTS.ptex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{ptex,plain,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.platex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{platex,latex,generic,}// % epTeX, and for pmpost. TEXINPUTS.eptex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{ptex,plain,generic,}// TEX.pmpost = eptex % p(La)TeX-ng TEXINPUTS.ptex-ng = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{uptex,ptex,plain,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.platex-ng = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{uplatex,platex,latex,generic,}// % (e)up(La)TeX, and for upmpost TEXINPUTS.uplatex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{uplatex,platex,latex,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.uptex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{uptex,ptex,plain,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.euptex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{uptex,ptex,plain,generic,}// TEX.upmpost = euptex % pBibTeX bibliographies and style files. BIBINPUTS.pbibtex = .;\$TEXMF/{pbibtex,bibtex}/bib// BSTINPUTS.pbibtex = .;\$TEXMF/{pbibtex,bibtex}/bst// % ConTeXt. TEXINPUTS.context = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{context,plain,generic,}// % jadetex. TEXINPUTS.jadetex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{jadetex,latex,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.pdfjadetex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{jadetex,latex,generic,}// % XMLTeX. TEXINPUTS.xmltex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{xmltex,latex,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.pdfxmltex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{xmltex,latex,generic,}// % Miscellany, no longer built. TEXINPUTS.lamstex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{lamstex,plain,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.lollipop = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{lollipop,plain,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.frpdflatex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{french,latex,generic,}// TEXINPUTS.frpdftex = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{french,plain,generic,}// % Earlier entries override later ones, so put this generic one last. TEXINPUTS = .;\$TEXMF/tex/{\$progname,generic,}// % ttf2tfm. TTF2TFMINPUTS = .;\$TEXMF/ttf2pk// % Metafont, MetaPost inputs. MFINPUTS = .;\$TEXMF/metafont//;{\$TEXMF/fonts,\$VARTEXFONTS}/source// MPINPUTS = .;\$TEXMF/metapost// % Dump files (fmt/base/mem) for vir{tex,mf,mp} to read. % We want to find the engine-specific file, e.g., cont-en.fmt can % exist under both pdftex/ and xetex/. But just in case some formats % end up without an engine directory, look directly in web2c/ too. % We repeat the same definition three times because of the way fmtutil % is implemented; if we use \${TEXFORMATS}, the mpost/mf/etc. formats % will not be found. TEXFORMATS = .;\$TEXMF/web2c{/\$engine,} MFBASES = .;\$TEXMF/web2c{/\$engine,} MPMEMS = .;\$TEXMF/web2c{/\$engine,} % % As of 2008, pool files don't exist any more (the strings are compiled % into the binaries), but just in case something expects to find these: TEXPOOL = .;\$TEXMF/web2c MFPOOL = \${TEXPOOL} MPPOOL = \${TEXPOOL} % support the original xdvi. Must come before the generic settings. PKFONTS.XDvi = .;\$TEXMF/%s;\$VARTEXFONTS/pk/{%m,modeless}// VFFONTS.XDvi = .;\$TEXMF/%s PSHEADERS.XDvi = .;\$TEXMF/%q{dvips,fonts/type1}// TEXPICTS.XDvi = .;\$TEXMF/%q{dvips,tex}// % Device-independent font metric files. VFFONTS = .;\$TEXMF/fonts/vf// TFMFONTS = .;{\$TEXMF/fonts,\$VARTEXFONTS}/tfm// % The \$MAKETEX_MODE below means the drivers will not use a cx font when % the mode is ricoh. If no mode is explicitly specified, kpse_prog_init % sets MAKETEX_MODE to /, so all subdirectories are searched. See the manual. % The modeless part guarantees that bitmaps for PostScript fonts are found. PKFONTS = .;{\$TEXMF/fonts,\$VARTEXFONTS}/pk/{\$MAKETEX_MODE,modeless}// % Similarly for the GF format, which only remains in existence because % Metafont outputs it (and MF isn't going to change). GFFONTS = .;\$TEXMF/fonts/gf/\$MAKETEX_MODE// % A backup for PKFONTS and GFFONTS. Not used for anything. GLYPHFONTS = .;\$TEXMF/fonts % A place to puth everything that doesn't fit the other font categories. MISCFONTS = .;\$TEXMF/fonts/misc// % font name map files. This isn't just fonts/map// because ConTeXt % wants support for having files with the same name in the different % subdirs. Maybe if the programs ever get unified to accepting the same % map file syntax the definition can be simplified again. TEXFONTMAPS = .;\$TEXMF/fonts/map/{\$progname,pdftex,dvips,}// % BibTeX bibliographies and style files. bibtex8 also uses these. BIBINPUTS = .;\$TEXMF/bibtex/bib// BSTINPUTS = .;\$TEXMF/bibtex/{bst,csf}// % MlBibTeX. MLBIBINPUTS = .;\$TEXMF/bibtex/bib/{mlbib,}// MLBSTINPUTS = .;\$TEXMF/bibtex/{mlbst,bst}// % .ris and .bltxml bibliography formats. RISINPUTS = .;\$TEXMF/biber/ris// BLTXMLINPUTS = .;\$TEXMF/biber/bltxml// % MFT style files. MFTINPUTS = .;\$TEXMF/mft// % PostScript headers and prologues (.pro); unfortunately, some programs % also use this for acessing font files (enc, type1, truetype) TEXPSHEADERS = .;\$TEXMF/{dvips,fonts/{enc,type1,type42,type3}}// TEXPSHEADERS.gsftopk = .;\$TEXMF/{dvips,fonts/{enc,type1,type42,type3,truetype}}// % OSFONTDIR is to provide a convenient hook for allowing TeX to find % fonts installed on the system (outside of TeX). An empty default % value would add "//" to the search paths, so we give it a dummy value. OSFONTDIR = /please/set/osfontdir/in/the/environment % PostScript Type 1 outline fonts. T1FONTS = .;\$TEXMF/fonts/type1//;\$OSFONTDIR// % PostScript AFM metric files. AFMFONTS = .;\$TEXMF/fonts/afm//;\$OSFONTDIR// % TrueType outline fonts. TTFONTS = .;\$TEXMF/fonts/{truetype,opentype}//;\$OSFONTDIR// % OpenType outline fonts. OPENTYPEFONTS = .;\$TEXMF/fonts/{opentype,truetype}//;\$OSFONTDIR// % Type 42 outline fonts. T42FONTS = .;\$TEXMF/fonts/type42// % Ligature definition files. LIGFONTS = .;\$TEXMF/fonts/lig// % Dvips' config.* files (this name should not start with `TEX'!). TEXCONFIG = \$TEXMF/dvips// % Makeindex style (.ist) files. INDEXSTYLE = .;\$TEXMF/makeindex// % Font encoding files (.enc). ENCFONTS = .;\$TEXMF/fonts/enc// % CMap files. CMAPFONTS = .;\$TEXMF/fonts/cmap// % Subfont definition files. SFDFONTS = .;\$TEXMF/fonts/sfd// % OpenType feature files (.fea). FONTFEATURES=.;\$TEXMF/fonts/fea// % .cid and .cidmap FONTCIDMAPS=.;\$TEXMF/fonts/cid// % pdftex config files: PDFTEXCONFIG = .;\$TEXMF/pdftex/{\$progname,}// % Used by DMP (ditroff-to-mpx), called by makempx -troff. TRFONTS = /usr{/local,}/share/groff/{current/font,site-font}/devps MPSUPPORT = .;\$TEXMF/metapost/support % For xdvi to find mime.types and .mailcap, if they do not exist in % ~. These are single directories, not paths. % (But the default mime.types, at least, may well suffice.) MIMELIBDIR = \$TEXMFROOT/etc MAILCAPLIBDIR = \$TEXMFROOT/etc % Default settings for the fontconfig library as used by the Windows % versions of xetex/xdvipdfmx. Not used by xetex on Unixish systems. % ConTeXT MkIV (all platforms) also use these values. % FONTCONFIG_FILE = fonts.conf FONTCONFIG_PATH = \$TEXMFSYSVAR/fonts/conf FC_CACHEDIR = \$TEXMFSYSVAR/fonts/cache % TeX documentation and source files, for use with texdoc and kpsewhich. TEXDOCS = \$TEXMF/doc// TEXSOURCES = .;\$TEXMF/source// % Web and CWeb input paths. WEBINPUTS = .;\$TEXMF/web// CWEBINPUTS = .;\$TEXMF/cweb// % Omega-related fonts and other files. OFMFONTS = .;{\$TEXMF/fonts,\$VARTEXFONTS}/{ofm,tfm}// OPLFONTS = .;{\$TEXMF/fonts,\$VARTEXFONTS}/opl// OVFFONTS = .;{\$TEXMF/fonts,\$VARTEXFONTS}/{ovf,vf}// OVPFONTS = .;{\$TEXMF/fonts,\$VARTEXFONTS}/ovp// OTPINPUTS = .;\$TEXMF/omega/otp// OCPINPUTS = .;\$TEXMF/omega/ocp// % Some additional input variables for several programs. If you add % a program that uses the `other text files' or `other binary files' % search formats, you'll want to add their variables here as well. T4HTINPUTS = .;\$TEXMF/tex4ht// %% t4ht utility, sharing files with TeX4ht TEX4HTFONTSET=alias,iso8859,unicode TEX4HTINPUTS = .;\$TEXMF/tex4ht/base//;\$TEXMF/tex4ht/ht-fonts/{\$TEX4HTFONTSET}// % TeXworks editor configuration and settings TW_LIBPATH = \$TEXMFCONFIG/texworks TW_INIPATH = \$TW_LIBPATH % For security, do not look in . for dvipdfmx.cfg, since the D option % would allow command execution. DVIPDFMXINPUTS = \$TEXMF/dvipdfmx % Lua needs to look in TEXINPUTS for lua scripts distributed with packages. % % But we can't simply use \$TEXINPUTS, since then if TEXINPUTS is set in % the environment with a colon, say, TEXINPUTS=/some/dir:, the intended % default expansion of TEXINPUTS will not happen and .lua files under % the /tex/ will not be found. % % So, duplicate the TEXINPUTS.*lualatex values as LUAINPUTS.*lualatex. % The default LUAINPUTS suffices for luatex and dviluatex. % LUAINPUTS.lualatex = .;\$TEXMF/scripts/{\$progname,\$engine,}/{lua,}//;\$TEXMF/tex/{lualatex,latex,luatex,generic,}// LUAINPUTS.dvilualatex = .;\$TEXMF/scripts/{\$progname,\$engine,}/{lua,}//;\$TEXMF/tex/{lualatex,latex,luatex,generic,}// LUAINPUTS = .;\$TEXMF/scripts/{\$progname,\$engine,}/{lua,}//;\$TEXMF/tex/{luatex,plain,generic,}// % Lua needs to look for binary lua libraries distributed with packages. CLUAINPUTS = .;\$SELFAUTOLOC/lib/{\$progname,\$engine,}/lua// % Architecture independent executables. TEXMFSCRIPTS = \$TEXMF/scripts/{\$progname,\$engine,}// % Other languages. JAVAINPUTS = .;\$TEXMF/scripts/{\$progname,\$engine,}/java// PERLINPUTS = .;\$TEXMF/scripts/{\$progname,\$engine,}/perl// PYTHONINPUTS = .;\$TEXMF/scripts/{\$progname,\$engine,}/python// RUBYINPUTS = .;\$TEXMF/scripts/{\$progname,\$engine,}/ruby// %% The mktex* scripts rely on KPSE_DOT. Do not set it in the environment. % KPSE_DOT = . % This definition isn't used from this .cnf file itself (that would be % paradoxical), but the compile-time default in paths.h is built from it. % The SELFAUTO* variables are set automatically from the location of % argv[0], in kpse_set_program_name. % % This main texmf.cnf file is installed, for a release YYYY, in a % directory such as /usr/local/texlive/YYYY/texmf-dist/web2c/texmf.cnf. % Since this file is subject to future updates, the TeX Live installer % or human administrator may also create a file % /usr/local/texlive/YYYY/texmf.cnf; any settings in this latter file % will take precedence over the distributed one. % % For security reasons, it is best not to include . in this path. % % The idea behind this lengthy definition: for each of % SELFAUTO{LOC,DIR,PARENT}, look in the directory, % then the subdirectories share/texmf-local, share/texmf-dist, share/texmf, % then the subdirectories ./texmf-local, texmf-dist, ./texmf. % At any given installation, most of these directories will not exist, % but they all turn out to be useful somewhere. % % Special addition -- we want to include one more directory: the % great-grandparent's texmf-local, because that is how TL is installed % by default. That is, given a binary % /usr/local/texlive/YYYY/bin/PLATFORM/kpsewhich, it should find % /usr/local/texlive/texmf-local/web2c/texmf.cnf. I.e., not under YYYY. % % As a result, we cannot use actual brace expansion in the definition, % since we don't want to scatter ../'s throughout the value. Hence we % explicitly list every directory. Arguably more understandable anyway. % TEXMFCNF = {/etc/texmf/web2c,/usr/local/share/texmf/web2c,/usr/share/texmf/web2c,/usr/share/texlive/texmf-dist/web2c,\$SELFAUTOPARENT/share/texmf/web2c} % % For reference, here is the old brace-using definition: %TEXMFCNF = {\$SELFAUTOLOC,\$SELFAUTODIR,\$SELFAUTOPARENT}{,{/share,}/texmf{-local,}/web2c} % kpathsea 3.5.3 and later sets these at runtime. To avoid empty % expansions from binaries linked against an earlier version of the % library, we set \$progname and \$engine to something non-empty: progname = unsetprogname engine = unsetengine % Part 2: Options. % If this option is set to true, `tex a.b' will look first for a.b.tex % (within each path element), and then for a.b, i.e., we try standard % extensions first. If this is false, we first look for a.b and then % a.b.tex, i.e., we try the name as-is first. % % Both names are always tried; the difference is the order in which they % are tried. The setting applies to all searches, not just .tex. % % This setting only affects names being looked up which *already* have % an extension. A name without an extension (e.g., `tex story') will % always have an extension added first. % % The default is true, because we already avoid adding the standard % extension(s) in the usual cases. E.g., babel.sty will only look for % babel.sty, not babel.sty.tex, regardless of this setting. try_std_extension_first = t % Enable system commands via \write18{...}. When enabled fully (set to % t), obviously insecure. When enabled partially (set to p), only the % commands listed in shell_escape_commands are allowed. Although this % is not fully secure either, it is much better, and so useful that we % enable it for everything but bare tex. shell_escape = p % No spaces in this command list. % % The programs listed here are as safe as any we know: they either do % not write any output files, respect openout_any, or have hard-coded % restrictions similar to or higher than openout_any=p. They also have % no features to invoke arbitrary other programs, and no known % exploitable bugs. All to the best of our knowledge. They also have % practical use for being called from TeX. % shell_escape_commands = \ bibtex,bibtex8,\ extractbb,\ gregorio,\ kpsewhich,\ makeindex,\ mpost,\ repstopdf,\ % we'd like to allow: % dvips - but external commands can be executed, need at least -R1. % epspdf, ps2pdf, pstopdf - need to respect openout_any, % and gs -dSAFER must be used and check for shell injection with filenames. % pygmentize - but is the filter feature insecure? % ps4pdf - but it calls an unrestricted latex. % rpdfcrop - maybe ok, but let's get experience with repstopdf first. % texindy,xindy - but is the module feature insecure? % ulqda - but requires optional SHA1.pm, so why bother. % tex, latex, etc. - need to forbid --shell-escape, and inherit openout_any. % plain "tex" should remain unenhanced. shell_escape.tex = f shell_escape.initex = f % This is used by the Windows script wrapper for restricting searching % for the purportedly safe shell_escape_commands above to system % directories. TEXMF_RESTRICTED_SCRIPTS = \ {!!\$TEXMFLOCAL,!!\$TEXMFDIST}/scripts/{\$progname,\$engine,}// % Do we allow TeX \input or \openin (openin_any), or \openout % (openout_any) on filenames starting with `.' (e.g., .rhosts) or % outside the current tree (e.g., /etc/passwd)? % a (any) : any file can be opened. % r (restricted) : disallow opening dot files % p (paranoid) : as `r' and disallow going to parent directories, and % restrict absolute paths to be under \$TEXMFOUTPUT. openin_any = a openout_any = p % Write .log/.dvi/.aux/etc. files here, if the current directory is unwritable. %TEXMFOUTPUT = /tmp % If a dynamic file creation fails, log the command to this file, in % either the current directory or TEXMFOUTPUT. Set to the % empty string or 0 to avoid logging. MISSFONT_LOG = missfont.log % Set to a colon-separated list of words specifying warnings to suppress. % To suppress everything, use TEX_HUSH = all; this is currently equivalent to % TEX_HUSH = checksum:lostchar:readable:special % To suppress nothing, use TEX_HUSH = none or do not set the variable at all. TEX_HUSH = none % Allow TeX and MF to parse the first line of an input file for % the %&format construct. parse_first_line = t % But don't parse the first line if invoked as "tex", since we want that % to remain Knuth-compatible. The src_specials and % file_line_error_style settings, as well as the options -enctex, % -mltex, -8bit, etc., also affect this, but they are all off by default. parse_first_line.tex = f parse_first_line.initex = f % Control file:line:error style messages. file_line_error_style = f % Enable the mktex... scripts by default? These must be set to 0 or 1. % Particular programs can and do override these settings, for example % dvips's -M option. Your first chance to specify whether the scripts % are invoked by default is at configure time. % % These values are ignored if the script names are changed; e.g., if you % set DVIPSMAKEPK to `foo', what counts is the value of the environment % variable/config value `FOO', not the `MKTEXPK' value. % %MKTEXTEX = 0 %MKTEXPK = 0 %MKTEXMF = 0 %MKTEXTFM = 0 %MKTEXFMT = 0 %MKOCP = 0 %MKOFM = 0 % Used by makempx to run TeX. We use "etex" because MetaPost is % expecting DVI, and not "tex" because we want first line parsing. TEX = etex % Use Japanese eptex for Japanese pmpost. TEX.pmpost = eptex % These variables specify the external program called for the % interactive `e' option. %d is replaced by the line number and %s by % the current filename. The default is specified at compile-time, and % we let that stay in place since different platforms like different values. %TEXEDIT = vi +%d '%s' % default for Unix %TEXEDIT = texworks --position=+%d "%s" % default for Windows %MFEDIT = \${TEXEDIT} %MPEDIT = \${TEXEDIT} % The default `codepage and sort order' file for BibTeX8, when none is % given as command line option or environment variable. BIBTEX_CSFILE = 88591lat.csf % This variable is specific to Windows. It must be set to 0 or 1. The % default is 0. Setting it to 1 tells the Windows script wrappers to % use an already installed Perl interpreter if one is found on the % search path, in preference to the Perl shipped with TeX Live. Thus, % it may be useful if you both (a) installed a full Perl distribution % for general use, and (b) need to run Perl programs from TL that use % additional modules we don't provide. The TL Perl does provide all the % standard Perl modules. % %TEXLIVE_WINDOWS_TRY_EXTERNAL_PERL = 0 % Part 3: Array and other sizes for TeX, Metafont, etc. % % If you want to change some of these sizes only for a certain TeX % variant, the usual dot notation works, e.g., % main_memory.hugetex = 20000000 % % If a change here appears to be ignored, try redumping the format file. % Memory. Must be less than 8,000,000 total. % % main_memory is relevant only to initex, extra_mem_* only to non-ini. % Thus, have to redump the .fmt file after changing main_memory; to add % to existing fmt files, increase extra_mem_*. (To get an idea of how % much, try \tracingstats=2 in your TeX source file; % web2c/tests/memtest.tex might also be interesting.) % % To increase space for boxes (as might be needed by, e.g., PiCTeX), % increase extra_mem_bot. % % For some xy-pic samples, you may need as much as 700000 words of memory. % For the vast majority of documents, 60000 or less will do. % main_memory = 5000000 % words of inimemory available; also applies to inimf&mp extra_mem_top = 0 % extra high memory for chars, tokens, etc. extra_mem_bot = 0 % extra low memory for boxes, glue, breakpoints, etc. % ConTeXt needs lots of memory. extra_mem_top.context = 2000000 extra_mem_bot.context = 4000000 % Words of font info for TeX (total size of all TFM files, approximately). % Must be >= 20000 and <= 147483647 (without tex.ch changes). font_mem_size = 8000000 % Total number of fonts. Must be >= 50 and <= 9000 (without tex.ch changes). font_max = 9000 % Extra space for the hash table of control sequences. hash_extra = 600000 % Max number of characters in all strings, including all error messages, % help texts, font names, control sequences. These values apply to TeX. pool_size = 6250000 % Minimum pool space after TeX's own strings; must be at least % 25000 less than pool_size, but doesn't need to be nearly that large. string_vacancies = 90000 % Maximum number of strings. max_strings = 500000 % min pool space left after loading .fmt pool_free = 47500 % Buffer size. TeX uses the buffer to contain input lines, but macro % expansion works by writing material into the buffer and reparsing the % line. As a consequence, certain constructs require the buffer to be % very large, even though most documents can be handled with a small value. buf_size = 200000 % Hyphenation trie. The maximum possible is 4194303 (ssup_trie_size in % the sources), but we don't need that much. The value here suffices % for all known free hyphenation patterns to be loaded simultaneously % (as TeX Live does). % trie_size = 1000000 hyph_size = 8191 % prime number of hyphenation exceptions, >610, <32767. % http://primes.utm.edu/curios/page.php/8191.html nest_size = 500 % simultaneous semantic levels (e.g., groups) max_in_open = 15 % simultaneous input files and error insertions, % also applies to MetaPost param_size = 10000 % simultaneous macro parameters, also applies to MP save_size = 100000 % for saving values outside current group stack_size = 5000 % simultaneous input sources % These are Omega-specific. ocp_buf_size = 500000 % character buffers for ocp filters. ocp_stack_size = 10000 % stacks for ocp computations. ocp_list_size = 1000 % control for multiple ocps. % These work best if they are the same as the I/O buffer size, but it % doesn't matter much. Must be a multiple of 8. dvi_buf_size = 16384 % TeX gf_buf_size = 16384 % MF % It's probably inadvisable to change these. At any rate, we must have: % 45 < error_line < 255; % 30 < half_error_line < error_line - 15; % 60 <= max_print_line; % These apply to TeX, Metafont, and MetaPost. error_line = 79 half_error_line = 50 max_print_line = 79 % Metafont only. screen_width.mf = 1664 screen_depth.mf = 1200 % BibTeX only (max_strings also determines hash_size and hash_prime). ent_str_size = 250 glob_str_size = 20000 max_strings.bibtex = 35307 max_strings.bibtex8 = 35307 max_strings.bibtexu = 35307 max_strings.pbibtex = 35307 % GFtype only. line_length.gftype = 500 max_rows.gftype = 8191 max_cols.gftype = 8191 % Guess input encoding (SJIS vs. Unicode, etc.) in pTeX and friends? % Default is 0, to not guess. guess_input_kanji_encoding = 1 ``````