[OS X TeX] tco-browser and texdoc

Adam R. Maxwell amaxwell at mac.com
Fri Feb 2 10:34:17 EST 2007

On Feb 2, 2007, at 01:47, Alex Hamann wrote:

> Hello,
> I've got a question regarding texdoc and tco-browser.
> When I started using beamer I was looking for the beamer  
> documentation. Since it is called "beameruserguide" invoking "texdoc  
> beamer" obviously did not give me any results. Since some packages  
> obviously do not call their documentation file just like the package  
> itself is there a way to avoid first having to manually look through  
> the tex-directory in order to find the documentation? (texdoc -s  
> does not really seem to make things a lot easier)
> Also, I saw that in my specific case "beameruserguide" was not  
> listed as documentation in the tco-browser. Is it possible to add a  
> file here manually?

This is not possible in TCOBrowser.  If I find time, I may improve the  
heuristic for matching packages to documentation or look at other  
methods, but hacking on BibDesk is more fun.


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