How to inform TXS about available package manual?

TXS - Help
2014-01-23
2014-01-24
  • Otto Debals

    Otto Debals - 2014-01-23

    Dear,

    In TXS, it is possible to open the manual of a package by using 'ctrl' and clicking on the package. I was wondering if that's also possible for own/custom packages? Positioning the manual in the same directory as the sty file does not work.

    I'm assuming now that this kind of linking to the manual is a TXS-based issue. If it is LaTeX / MiKTeX / ... based, I probably should post this elsewhere?

    KR and thanks in advance,

    Otto

     
    • Jan  Sundermeyer

      Jan Sundermeyer - 2014-01-24

      txs uses the tex-command "texdoc" to determine the apropriate documentation.

      On 23.01.2014 11:54, Otto Debals wrote:

      Dear,

      In TXS, it is possible to open the manual of a package by using 'ctrl'
      and clicking on the package. I was wondering if that's also possible for
      own/custom packages? Positioning the manual in the same directory as the
      sty file does not work.

      I'm assuming now that this kind of linking to the manual is a TXS-based
      issue. If it is LaTeX / MiKTeX / ... based, I probably should post this
      elsewhere?

      KR and thanks in advance,

      Otto


      How to inform TXS about available package manual?
      https://sourceforge.net/p/texstudio/discussion/907840/thread/01e952ef/?limit=25#1457


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