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How do I set the documentation PDF for my package?

I wanted to check the syntax of something in one of my packages, and rather than hunt for the file on my system I just did texdoc hobby on the command line. To my dismay, this brought up the PDF ...
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Origami package

Does exist a specific package to draw origami? Some example: http://goclom.net/origami-papier/origami-grue.aspx
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Is there an implementation of WEB/NOWEB for LaTeX?

The WEB system is great, but it's a little cumbersome sometimes and very much rigid in its design. Is there a LaTeX document class for WEB-style documents? I'd like to program in other languages than ...
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New to ConTeXt, looking for better manual than PRAGMA

I am an experienced user of LaTeX learning ConTeXt. However, I find the manuals on the PRAGMA website to be less than ideal. Does anyone have a suggestion for a manual or text?
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Incomplete package documentation in TeXLive 2012 on Ubuntu

I use MacTex 2012 on my laptop. On the desktop in our lab, I use TeXLive 2012 on Ubuntu 12.04. I noticed that some package documentations in Ubuntu are not as comprehensive as they are in Mac. To ...
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Is there a `sty2dtx` for LaTeX3 syntax?

sty2dtx is a CLI tool to convert a commented style file into a Documented TeX file (dtx). It was written and works wonderfully for LaTeX2e packages, but expl3 offers a lot of happy times for package ...
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Documenting a latex package from comments

I have just completed writing my very own LaTex package, how can i make the package to be self documented like maybe from comments in the package code?
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Keyword-Based Documentation Help

When refering to shell commands and system calls, man provides a consistent, systematic, offline reference. The python interpreter's help command does the same for python. Does *tex have an ...
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Where do i get good quality (possibly free) templates in TEX for software development.

My documents include: Functionality Specification Software Requirement Specification Software manual High Level Design Document Configuration Management.... and so on Any TEX template for the ...
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Change header to a single column style with the grid, gridleno package

I found this wonderful little package for double column LaTeX documents. I want to write a documentation for a database, which I've built up. The document will contain source code as well. My ...
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Creating API document

Is there a Latex reference on how one should go about creating an API document? I've done some searching and mostly what I've found is using an existing API document (like a Java doc) and creating a ...