[TxMt] Re: LaTeX bundle: could not locate any file named biblio.bib

René Schwaiger sanssecours at f-m.fm
Tue Aug 30 09:38:51 UTC 2016

Hi Gildas,

> On 30 Aug 2016, at 4:03 , Gildas Hamel <gweltaz at ucsc.edu> wrote:
> * Skriv a reas Gildas Hamel (gweltaz at ucsc.edu):
>  |>  Citation based on current word and Citation Ref-TeX style now give me the message, "Could not locate any file named 'bibliography.bib' ". I'm on TM2 beta 12.5 and OS 10.11.6. This problem came up a few days ago. I'm not sure if it was with beta 12.4 or 12.5. Removing my revised LaTeX bundle in Avian did not change behavior, neither did removing Macromates preference files or reinstall of TM. My .bib files are in ~/Library/texmf/bibtex/bib/local and I haven't defined PATH or BIBINPUTS in variables.
>  |>  
> It looks like the full path to the .bib files must be spelled out in the preamble. In my standard input-file preamble, I simply had \addbibresource{bibliography.bib}, which is sufficient for TeX but apparently not for the LaTeX bundle. Adding the full path works.

are you sure that you did not define `BIBINPUTS`? I could reproduce the problem, but only after I set `BIBINPUTS` to an “incorrect” value. 

Could you please do the following:

1. Open a new document in TextMate (`⌘` + `N`)
2. Paste the following commands in the first line of the new document

    echo -e "\nBIBINPUTS:\n\n$BIBINPUTS\n\nBibliography Paths:\n"; /Library/TeX/texbin/kpsewhich --show-path=bib

3. Execute the command by pressing `^` + `R`
4. What is the output of the commands from step 3?

> —Gildas

Kind regards,

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