[OS X TeX] status of Spotlight indexing of .tex files?

Josep M.Font jmfont at inicia.es
Tue Dec 20 07:17:43 EST 2005

El 20/12/2005, a las 10:52, Stephen Moye escribió:

> I disagree. I have any number of dtx files that I have downloaded in 
> order to look at the contents, but have not made the .sty nor 
> documentation files from them -- I'd like to be able to track down the 
> information in them. And, as I said It is often convenient to open the 
> .dtx file for a quick glance at the macros and their accompanying 
> documentation. I also think it is useful to be able to keep track of 
> index files and the information that they contain, and the fact that 
> they exist with that information.

I agree (with Stephen). I find this thread amazing, and warns me 
against upgrading to Tiger (now happy with Panther 10.3.9). Why 
shouldn't *every* (text?) file in my hard disk be indexed and searched 
even with a normal "find" operation in the Finder ?


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