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Direc­tory macros/xetex/generic/xesearch

This is the README file for xesearch.sty v.0.2.
Read xesearch.pdf for the documentation.
t-xeseach.tex is a third party file to use
XeSearch in ConTeXt.

XeSearch is a string finder for XeTeX
(and associated formats).
It searches for words or phrases, possibly
underspecified, and manipulates them, in
essence turning every string into a possible

Both the documentation (xesearch.pdf) and
the files (xesearch.sty and t-xesearch.tex)
are produced from xesearch.tex with the CodeDoc class.

To typeset the documentation, run XeLaTeX
on xesearch.tex with the 'produce' option
commented out on line 8.

To create xesearch.sty and t-xesearch.teX,
run (Xe)LaTeX again, but uncomment 'produce'
on the same line.

Licensing of this package is covered by LPPL.

Originally written by Paul Isambert, the package is
now maintained by Yuri Robbers.

Any reaction is welcome: yuri.robbers@gmail.com

Yuri Robbers

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (605.5k).

xe­search – A string finder for

The pack­age finds strings (e.g. (parts of) words or phrases) and ma­nip­u­lates them (ap­ply any macro), thus turn­ing each word or phrase into a pos­si­ble com­mand.

It is writ­ten in plain and should thus work with any for­mat (it is known to work with and Cont).

The main ap­pli­ca­tion for the mo­ment is XeIn­dex, an au­to­matic in­dex for XeLaTeX, but ex­am­ples are given of sim­ple use to check spelling, count words, and high­light syn­tax of pro­gram­ming lan­guages.

Ver­sion0.2 2019-04-24
Li­censesThe Project Public Li­cense
Main­tainerYuri Rob­bers
Paul Isam­bert (in­ac­tive)
Con­tained inTeX Live as xe­search
MiKTeX as xe­search
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