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[AUCTeX] Re: Newbie Question: TeX-macro-global

From: David Kastrup
Subject: [AUCTeX] Re: Newbie Question: TeX-macro-global
Date: Mon, 21 Aug 2006 20:02:27 +0200
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"Joel J. Adamson" <address@hidden> writes:

> When I hit the LaTeX button, I can format files when they're
> open/saved in the MiKTeX directory (or any subdirectory), but nowhere
> else;  I did it hierarchically saving the input file in
> C:\Miktex2.5\tex\latex\base\, then C:\Miktex2.5\tex\latex\, then
> C:\Miktex2.5\tex\, then C:\Miktex2.5\, then C:\, which is when it
> stopped working). 
> If I open an input file anywhere other than C:\Miktex2.5\, I get
> "Windows API Error 123, path name, volume label or file name are
> incorrect." even though it correctly quotes the style file pathnames
> in the error message; I also get "LaTEX correctly formatted [0]
> pages."  If it's in the MiKTeX directory (or any subdirectory), it
> works flawlessly and produces a beautiful .dvi.
> I've tried fiddling with the customize variables open through
> customize-group' `AUCTEX', but everything seems to be the same.
> Let me know what I"m missing or where I need to look in the manual.

Are the MikTeX binaries in your PATH variable?  Namely, can you open a
command line window, change to an arbitrary directory, and call
on the command line without getting "Command not found" or similar?

David Kastrup, Kriemhildstr. 15, 44793 Bochum

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