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 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 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: email@example.com Yuri Robbers
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xesearch – A string finder for XeTeX
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 XeTeX 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 XeLaTeX, but examples are given of simple use to check spelling, count words, and highlight syntax of programming languages.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License|
Paul Isambert (inactive)
|Contained in||TeX Live as xesearch|
MiKTeX as xesearch