[tex-live] texdoc under windows
frank at kuesterei.ch
Sun Jun 10 16:00:31 CEST 2007
Taco Hoekwater <taco at elvenkind.com> wrote:
> Frank Küster wrote:
>> b) kpse* in luatex?
> I was going to say 'the reference manual' but I have done stuff in
> the past weeks that is not in the manual yet. Because there are
> only a few functions involved, here is the relevant documentation
> (most have a 1-to-1 relationship with the kpathsea C functions):
Thank you, I think that'll be enough for me.
> "var" = kpse.expand_var("varname")
> * expand a texmf variable (== kpsewhich --expand-var)
> "path" = kpse.expand_path("path")
> * expand a search path (== kpsewhich --expand-path)
> "variable" = kpse.expand_braces("variable")
> * expand a braced set (== kpsewhich --expand-braces)
> If this is not good enough, let me know. Adding an interface to other
> existing kpathsea functionality takes no more than a few minutes.
Probably I would need the analog of kpsewhich --var-value, too:
- As long as "--all" does not work for kpsew.find_file (I guess that's
not a problem of kpsewhich, but of the library) I need to iterate over
the trees in TEXDOCS.
- I probably need to get the values of TEXDOCSUFFIX or TEXDOCEXT from
texmf.cnf, at least that is what texdoc currently does. I was also
thinking about allowing viewer commands to be customized in texmf.cnf
- they are already different on OSX and will be even more different on
WinXX - but I'm not sure whether this is a good idea.
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