I installed the latest MacTex.pkg on a new MacBook Pro running OS X Yosemite (10.10.4). After a reboot, pdflatex and xelatex work fine on the bash shell (Terminal application) command line.
This evidently is because the following has been added to my $PATH: /Library/TeX/texbin
My question: How is that added to my path? It is not mentioned in my ~/.profile nor in my .bashrc.
What is the mechanism by which that directory is added to my path at boot-up or at the start of a new Terminal session?
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As detailed for example in http://serverfault.com/questions/16355/ ... th-on-os-x, on the Mac the location
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