[tex-live] Undocumented packages

Reinhard Kotucha reinhard.kotucha at web.de
Mon Oct 26 21:43:45 CET 2009

On 26 October 2009 Manuel Pégourié-Gonnard wrote:

 >> PPRalcatel: prosper-doc
 >> PPRalienglow: prosper-doc
 >> PPRarabic: arabi/user_guide
 >> PPRautumn: prosper-doc
 >> PPRazure: prosper-doc
 >> PPRblends: prosper-doc
 >> PPRcapsules: prosper-doc
 >> PPRcontemporain: prosper-doc
 >> PPRcorners: prosper-doc
 >> PPRdarkblue: prosper-doc
 >> PPRdefault: prosper-doc
 >> PPRframes: prosper-doc
 >> PPRfyma: prosper-doc
 >> PPRgyom: prosper-doc
 >> PPRlignesbleues: prosper-doc
 >> PPRmancini: prosper-doc
 >> PPRnuancegris: prosper-doc
 >> PPRprettybox: prosper-doc
 >> PPRrico: prosper-doc
 >> PPRserpaggi: prosper-doc
 >> PPRthomasd: prosper-doc
 >> PPRtroispoints: prosper-doc
 >> PPRwhitecross: prosper-doc
 >> PPRwinter: prosper-doc
 >> PPRwj: prosper-doc

a heretical question: Would any prosper user ever run "texdoc PPR...."?

I doubt that it's worth to add more complexity to texdoc.  At least in
this case.  None of the PPR*.sty files contains documentation.  Only
PPRtroispoints.sty is mentioned in prosper-doc.pdf as an
undocumented example, all of them have to be reverse-engineered

I don't see any good reason to care about them at all.  


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