A plugin for Sublime Text which helps to show LaTeX package documents
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by Lyu Ming [https://github.com/CareF]
This is a Sublime Text package for showing the LaTeX package documents.
I develop and test the package under Sublime Text 3 and Windows 8 but I shall not use anything not supported by other platform. If anyone found it cannot run under Sublime Text 2 or other OS, please contact me.
I use TexLive 2014, and know nothing about other TeX distribution. This package requires the following two commands about TeX:
tlmgr list --only-installed texdoc <package name>
Any distribution that supports these two commands should be supported by this package.
v1.0.0: The first release that realize basic function of showing docs.
v1.0.4: Write log file about getting package list, helping future develop that supports other LaTeX distribution.
v2.0.0: New format of cache for better performance. Therefore you have to refresh the cache to make it run in a right way. Description of packages added in “mentioned in this document” command. Also, several bugs in multi-platform have been fixed. Unfortunately I was still told that there is some problem in support under Mac OS.
v2.1.0: Solve the multi platform path environment setting problem.
Before you use this package, you need to do the following things first:
- Configure the LaTeX path in
Settings - User. You may want to copy it from
Settings - Defaultto get example setting and modify it accordingly.
- Refresh the installed packages list cache: press
Ctrl+Shift+Pto call the panel, run the command
Show TeXdoc: refresh the list of installed packagesand wait until task bar tells you succeeded.
Ctrl+Shift+P to call the panel, input
show texdoc and choose
from the 4 items.
Show TeXdoc mentioned in this document: This will scan the document in the active view and list all the packages mentioned.
Show TeXdoc from all packages installed: This will give all the packages installed in the local machine (acquired by
Show TeXdoc with user input: This will allow you to input a package name, which is equivalent to the shell command
Show TeXdoc: refresh the list of installed packages: Searching for all packages installed is costly, so the list of packages is actually stored in
Packages\ShowTexdoc\paclist.pclas pickle binary. And this command will refresh the cache.
You need to run
Show TeXdoc: refresh the list of installed packages at least
once to get the cache!
Thanks Carl-Henrik Buschmann who gave feedback and helped me on testing the package