[texhax] Information about document in the document

Tom Backer Johnsen backer at psych.uib.no
Thu Oct 9 22:15:00 CEST 2008

Dan Hatton wrote:
> Tom Schneider wrote:
>> See the 'pwd' there?  That's 'print working directory', a command
>> under all unix operating systems such as Linux.  It probably doesn't
>> exist in Bill's brain.  However perhaps you can put unix on your
>> machine (ubuntu!) or make a unix platform (Cygwin) in which you can
>> run the program.
> 'cd' without arguments is to MSDOS (and therefore presumably to modern
> Windows versions as well) as 'pwd' is to Linux.  ('cd' without
> arguments on Linux will, however, change the working directory to the
> user's home directory, so watch out).  Although I don't know how you'd
> get the rest of it, particularly the output redirection '>', to work.

That part certainly looks strange to me, but for the time being I am 
working with Windows.  I'll have a look at \cd, but I do not want a 
directory change.

I must say that I regard the documentation to the fink package as quite 
dense and not very readable for a non-nerd user of Latex.


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