The dirtree package produces really nice directory trees. The input follows a predefined structure. Manually typing all directories and files in a root directory is painful, even for a relatively short number of items. I wrote a short perl script that outputs the file structure in the right format. It works on Linux and Mac … [Read more…]
Every package in Latex comes with its documentation. Hence, most LaTeX-distributions contain the “complete” documentation by default, which is accessible without an internet connection. In order to access a documentation file of any package, go to the command line and type: For example, to open the documentation of the hyperref package, use: The texdoc command opens … [Read more…]
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