From: Szabolcs Horvát <szhorvat@gm...> - 2008-02-12 14:32:41
The mthelp utility is great! Just press windows+R, type mthelp
packagename, and the documentation is instantly opened.
But it seems that it prefers the .dvi version of documents over .pdf
versions. For example, mthelp lshort will open lshort.dvi, even
though lshort.pdf exists too, and mthelp -l lshort lists both files.
Is there a way to make mthelp prefer the .pdf version, or,
alternatively, generate a HTML page which lists both the .pdf and .dvi
versions? mthelp is a very useful shortcut, and it is much easier to
use than browsing the doc directory directly. But .dvi files are a
pain to read on screen (at least compared with a PDF which is
searchable and has a table of contents).
Thanks for any suggestions in advance,
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