CentOS 7.0 - man page for kpsewhich (centos section 1)
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kpsewhich - standalone path lookup and and expansion for kpathsea
kpsewhich [options] [filenames]
This manual page is not meant to be exhaustive. The complete documentation for this ver-
sion of TeX can be found in the info file or manual Kpathsea: A library for path search-
kpsewhich is used as a standalone front-end of the kpathsea library that can be used to
examine variables and find files. When the -format option is not given, the search path
used when looking for a file is inferred from the name given, by looking for a known
extension. If no known extension is found, the search path for TeX source files is used.
kpsewhich accepts the following options:
Set debugging flags.
-D num Use a base resolution of num; the default, set by the installer, is typically 600.
Set $engine in the environment, which is used in some search paths.
Print variable and brace expansion of string.
Print complete path expansion of string.
Print variable expansion of string.
Use file type name. See the info manual for a list of valid names, or use the
-help option to print the list.
-help Print help message and exit.
Ask for additional filenames to look up.
enable mktexfmt generation. (fmt=pk/mf/tex/tfm)
Set device name for $MAKETEX_MODE to string; no default.
Search the disk as well as ls-R if necessary.
disable mktexfmt generation. (fmt=pk/mf/tex/tfm)
Search in the path string.
Set program name to string.
Output search path for file type name. See the info manual for a list of valid
names, or use the -help option to print the list.
Print the expansion of variable.
Print version information and exit.
mktexlsr(1), mktexmf(1), mktexpk(1), mktextfm(1).
Kpathsea 6.1.0 1 March 2011 KPSEWHICH(1)
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