This is piTeX, a set of macros I (Paul Isambert) use to typeset documentations for my packages (that's why it is archived on CTAN). Perhaps in the future, when this achieves some kind of format-like completude, it'll be publicly announced. In the meanwhile, a documentation exists (pitex-doc.pdf, also readable in a text editor as pitex-doc.txt). You can of course use those macros, but you are on your own, and the files will probably be modified without announcement. The file is supposed to be \input on plain TeX with LuaTeX, at least v.0.7. The files needed are: texapi.tex (an independent package for programming) yax.tex (an independent package for key=value interface) gates.tex and gates.lua (an independant package for overall architecture) navigator.tex (an independant package for PDF features) lua.ptx and base.ptxlua (Lua side) files.ptx (file management) fonts.ptx, fonts.ptxlua and foundry-settings.lua (fonts, should be independant some day; actually fonts.ptxlua can be used independantly, but there is no doc) sections.ptx (sectionning commands) blocks.ptx (text blocks) references.ptx (labels and references) verbatim.ptx (typesetting verbatim) inserts.ptx (footnotes and figures, a mess, like most files here anyway) output.ptx (output routine) The file i-pitex.lua is needed only to typeset the documentation with the Interpreter package. Date: November 2011. Licensing of these files is covered by LPPL.
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pitex – Documentation macros
The tools could be used by anyone, but there is no documentation, and the macros are subject to change without notice.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Contained in||TeX Live as pitex|
MiKTeX as pitex