Tag: bashLaTeX and BibTeX Search Path
October 22, 2009
I often write papers in LaTeX that use the ACM SIG Proceedings Template. Previously, I would put a copy of the LaTeX style file (.sty) in every directory where I had a LaTeX document that used it. Then I discovered I could set an environment variable to automatically have LaTeX search a path for a style file.
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The following few lines in my
# Include shared LaTeX classes and BibTeX files in path, if LaTeX folder exists if [ -d "~/latex" ]; then export TEXINPUTS=".:~/latex/:" export BIBINPUTS=".:~/latex/:" fi
Tab Completion of SSH Hosts
August 28, 2009
I was tired of having to type full hostnames every time I wanted to SSH to a computer I commonly use. So, I setup tab completion for hostnames when I use SSH or SCP. The process involved only 3 simple steps.
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