texinfo-4.5: description + notes
Texinfo is a documentation system that uses a single source file to produce both online information and printed output. This means that instead of writing two different documents, one for the on-line help or other on-line information and the other for a typeset manual or other printed work, you need write only one document. When the work is revised, you need revise only one document.
You can read the on-line information, known as an "Info file", with an Info documentation-reading program. Try M-x info in emacs, or the info command. If info or emacs has trouble locating an info file there are a couple things to try:
- Verify that the .info files exist in /usr/freeware/info.
- Make sure your INFOPATH contains /usr/freeware/info.
- Check to see if /usr/freeware/info/dir contains an entry for the info file. If it doesn't, then please file a bug against the package and ask your system administrator to run /usr/freeware/bin/gen-dir-node and save the output in /usr/freeware/info/dir.
The Texinfo web site has more information.
To auto-install this package, go back and click on the respective install icon.