[tex-live] TeX Live suggestions
asnd at triumf.ca
Thu Jan 21 02:07:44 CET 2010
Heiko Oberdiek <oberdiek at uni-freiburg.de> writes:
> > and each package in it should come with user documentation, but that's another
> > story...
> A text version could be automatically extracted from the package file,
> see appended perl script and saved and provided as "url.txt" that
> can then be found and presented by texdoc.
Should I extract the textual documentation and send it to ctan?
In some of my other packages I delimit the instructions as so:
%====================== BEGIN INSTRUCTIONS ===========================
%====================== END INSTRUCTIONS ===========================
and I should also do that with ulem. I at one point thought that
texdoc would be able to extract on the fly.
Hmmm, the version on ctan is 2000 whereas my copy is 2004, so some minor
fixes went unreleased.
On the other hand, I am not averse to making a crude LaTeX document
out of the instructions. Should I do that and avoid special handling?
As part of making a new version, I may include some more command
definitions that I have posted on c.t.t over the years.
Donald Arseneau asnd at triumf.ca
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