peter.ragosch at t-online.de
Tue Jan 6 17:55:36 CET 2009
Am Tuesday 06 January 2009 15:53:22 schrieb Daniel Flipo:
> Hi everybody,
> I fail to include my local .map files in TL2008.
> According to file updmap-hdr.cfg, a possible way is to have a
> TEXMFLOCAL/web2c/updmap-local.cfg file holding the local maps to include
> and to execute command
> tlmgr generate updmap
> This should permanently add them.
> When I do this, a new updmap.cfg file is generated (it includes my local
> .map files, that's fine) *but* it is written as
> and the 'active' one (according to kpsewhich and texmf.cnf) is
> so my local additions are ignored by updmap-sys :-(
> I have not changed any setting in the standard texmf.cnf and my file
> /usr/local/texlive/2008/texmf.cnf is standard (only comments).
> What am I missing?
> Thanks in advance for any hint and best wishes to all of you.
You will find:
# Generated by /usr/local/texlive/2008/bin/x86_64-linux/tlmgr on Tue Jan 6
# $Id: updmap-hdr.cfg 11382 2008-11-20 18:59:26Z karl $
# The full updmap.cfg is generated by concatenating updmap-hdr.cfg with
# all the Map and MixedMap lines from an installation, possibly
# appending a local configuration file.
# To make local customizations to the map files, please use of the
# following methods:
# 1) call
# updmap-sys --enable Map=foo.map
# for each map file. (Or MixedMap instead of Map, if your font has
# both Metafont and outline definitions.) See the updmap --help
# 2) add your local map entries to the file
# and then call
# tlmgr generate updmap
# which will concatenate updmap-local.cfg to the end of the final
# updmap.cfg. (You can override the local.cfg file location with the
# --localcfg option; see tlmgr --help.) <===========
# If you use either of these methods, your local adaptations will be
# preserved when tlmgr updates the installation or this config file.
# Manual edits to updmap.cfg may be lost on update.
Hope this helps
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