The TeX Directory Structure standard (the output of the TUG TDS working group).
<pre> This is the TeX Directory Structure (TDS) document, describing a runtime layout of TeX-related files intended to be portable, implementation-independent, etc. Most TeX distributions have adopted this in some form. If any questions, comments, or suggestions, email email@example.com. Mailing list archives available at: http://tug.org/mail-archives/twg-tds/ tds.tex is the master source file. A few extra LaTeX packages that it uses are in packages.zip, in the unlikely event that you don't already have them. http://tug.org/tds/ contains the current released version. For older versions, see ftp://tug.org/historic/docs/tds. <!-- For the current development sources, see http://tds.sarovar.org. --> Happy installing. </pre>
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tds – The TeX Directory Structure standard
Defines a structure for placement of TeX-related files on an hierarchical file system, in a way that is well-defined, and is readily implementable.
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