== README for the `fileinfo' bundle ==
This bundle has packages `readprov.sty' and `myfilist.sty'.
renders \GetFileInfo from LaTeX's `doc.sty' (without the
latter being required), as well as new robust (expandable)
variants of it, usable with files that are not really
loaded (they are quit when their file info is found,
cf. the `zwgetfdate' package). So, e.g., you can describe
packages that are incompatible with each other or with
packages that your document uses. You even can report about
various class files.
Such packages then also appear with LaTeX's \listfiles.
You may consider this a bug ...
makes this "bug" a feature. In a "TeX script," you can
choose some files and their order. Their names can be
output into a plain text file with their dates, version
ids, and one-line descriptions, formatted in the way
\listfiles does it after a LaTeX run. This way you can get
an overview of, e.g., some package bundle ...
The two packages are described in more detail in `readprov.pdf'
and `myfilist.pdf'. These documentation files also serve to
demonstrate some .txt->.tex functionality of the `nicetext'
Both packages evaluate the \Provides... commands that should
identify a LaTeX file. They are described in the context of
other packages evaluating the \Provides... entries by the
`info' package `latexfileinfo-pkgs',
The file `fileinfo.RLS', when installed just like
`myfilist.sty' and `readprov.sty' (in the `tex' tree of a TDS),
provides a summary of the currently installed release of the
`fileinfo' bundle, accessible as LaTeX file info by all of
`readprov' and `myfilist' are LICENSEd according to the LaTeX
Project Public License (see files; NO WARRANTY!). They are
A TDS version is available as
2012/05/26, Uwe Lueck, http://contact-ednotes.sty.de.vu
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myfilist – Configuring the output of the \listfiles command
The package modifies the \listfiles facility so that the
user can control what appears in the output, and in what order.
Output may be to the terminal or to a log file (as normal) or to a
separate text file.
The package is part of the fileinfo