texshow



texshow(1)                          CONTEXT                         texshow(1)




NAME

       texshow - ConTeXt command and parameter reference



SYNOPSIS

       texshow [ OPTION ] [ COMMAND ] [ LANGUAGE ]



DESCRIPTION

       texshow uses perl(1) and PerlTk (see Tk(3pm)) to show a overview of the
       commands and parameters of those.  In the Tk window you can search  for
       a command and by switching the interface, you can see the equivalent in
       another interface language.

       COMMAND is a ConTeXt command to search for in the database.  Note  that
       Plain  TeX commands are not (yet) in this database although they can be
       used in ConTeXt source files.

       LANGUAGE can be one of cz (Czech), de (German), en (US-English)  or  nl
       (Dutch).  The default language is Dutch.

       You can also set the interface language with the --interface switch.



OPTIONS

       --help Print a brief syntax summary

       --interface=LANGUAGE
              Primary   interface  language.   See  DESCRIPTION  for  LANGUAGE
              options.



FILES

       TEXMF/context/perltk/cont_mis.pm
              Perl module for formatting data

       TEXMF/context/perltk/cont_set.pm
              Perl module for defining and constructing Tk interface

       TEXMF/context/data/cont-XX.tws
              The database file.  At  this  writing,  XX  can  be  one  of  cz
              (Czech), de (German), en (English), it (Italian), or nl (Dutch).
              Which file is used is determined by the  LANGUAGE  specified  on
              the command line.



SEE ALSO

       texexec(1), texutil(1), pdfetex(1), pdftex(1).

       Web page: <http://www.pragma-ade.com/>



AUTHOR

       texshow was written by Hans Hagen <pragma@wxs.nl>.

       This manpage was written by Tobias Burnus <burnus@gmx.de> and C.M. Con-
       nelly <c@eskimo.com>.

       texshow  is  part  of  TeXWork  and  ConTeXt  and  is  available   from
       <http://www.pragma-ade.com/pragma-ade/>.




ConTeXt                            Oct 2000                         texshow(1)

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