This is the README file for xesearch.sty v.0.1. 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 command. 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 5. 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. Any reaction is welcome: firstname.lastname@example.org Paul Isambert
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xesearch – A string finder for X∃TeX
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 X∃TeX and should thus work with any format (it is known to work with LaTeX and ConTeXt). The main application for the moment is XeIndex, an automatic index for X∃LaTeX, but examples are given of simple use to check spelling, count words, and highlight syntax of programming languages.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Contained in||TeXLive as xesearch|
|MiKTeX as xesearch|
text string searches and manipulation|
X∃TeX, material supporting it, and packages requiring it