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TeX Directory Structure

In typsetting software, TeX Directory Structure (TDS) is a directory hierarchy for macros, fonts, and the other implementation-independent TeX system files. The top-level directories are

Directory Description
tex TeX files (including LaTeX and other macro packages)
bibtex BibTeX files
doc user documentation
fonts font-related files
metafont METAFONT files
metapost MetaPost files
scripts platform-independent executables
source sources

TDS is used by several TeX distributions, including teTeX, TeX Live and MiKTeX.

See also

External links

  • Documentation PDF
  • html documentation on the TeX users group site
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