Various teaching-related LaTeX files, including several independent LaTeX repositories as subtrees
|OULogo||5 years ago|
|beamerthemes||3 years ago|
|fonts||4 years ago|
|hyperref||4 years ago|
|infosciletterhead||2 years ago|
|lectures||1 year ago|
|listings||4 years ago|
|minted||1 month ago|
|ouexam||1 year ago|
|Makefile||1 year ago|
|README.md||1 year ago|
|relalg.sty||8 years ago|
Various LaTeX classes. Note that some of this exists as independent LaTeX repostiories (e.g., ouexam, beamerthemes). You can find these repositories on [Github].
git clone this repository into somewhere suitable in your local LaTeX tree. Then you can simply
git pull to update to newer versions. This means you have a lot of irrelevant git-related files in your LaTeX tree, but it’s simple to manage.
To install, ensure that
$TEXMFHOME is set to your personal texmf tree (e.g.,
git clone https://github.com/Otago-InfoSci-Database/LaTeX.git cd LaTeX make install
Everything should just work beyond that point (fingers crossed! ☺), barring any backwards incompatible changes to classes or the like.
Normal users of the LaTeX repository should ignore the following!
ouexam subdirectories are git subtrees pointing to independent repositories. If you’re intending to edit the contents of these directories, you make a separate clone of the original repository.
To pull upstream changes to the subtrees (e.g., for
git subtree pull --prefix=ouexam --squash ouexam master
Cloning the repository will lose the subtree associations. To restore these:
git remote add -f beamerthemes https://github.com/nstanger/beamerthemes.git git remote add -f lectures https://github.com/nstanger/lectures.git git remote add -f listings https://github.com/nstanger/listings.git git remote add -f ouexam https://github.com/nstanger/ouexam.git
then update using the command above.