I mean something like this: TeX - Wikibooks
I found it looking up documentation for
\if. I didn't expect to find it to be a WikiBook.
Open the link, scroll down to "TeX Primitives" and click
ìf in the third column or use this link: TeX \if.
Requirements to "good documentation":
- structured, hyperlinks
- easy to find, easy to access
- comprehensive, complete
- generated from a database
- requirements of use
- used in package, file, line
- where defined
- where redefined
- importance, statistically determined
- supply of tooltips for typesetting system editors
- links to good blog posts
- links to StackExchange
- maintenance by all users of the community
And for comparison TeX, The Program Index
\if section 487:
That doesn't really help me.
\if in TeX by Topic:
That's better but in both cases no reference to
Thanks to the hint from Marcel Krüger:
It looks a lot better.