|-cb, -color_bold c2|
color used for bold. See
|-ch, -color_help c1|
color (between 1 and 16) used for general printing. Only
|-cu, -color_underline c3|
color used for underline. See
detex mode. The TeX file is converted to readable screen output that is directly
written to the terminal; dont use tex or xdvi.
apropos mode. Only write to standard output the list of section headings in manual
You can then choose an element in the list and use it as argument for gphelp (surround it by quotes if it includes spaces), possibly followed by a trailing @ marker (see above).
use internal format for output (using @x markers). For debugging only.
try to convert
file from TeX to POD format. Will only work on some subset of PARI Users Manual
(Chapter 3, reference card). This should be the only arguments on the
COLUMNS number of columns available on screen (for detex mode)
DISPLAY where to launch the dvi previewer. If unset, detex mode is assumed automatically.
GPDOCDIR directory where PARI help files are located. Default value set at Configure time.
GPTMPDIR directory where temporary files are written
GPXDVI dvi previewer to use
gp the gp calculator
gphelp the gphelp script
users.dvi PARI/GP Users Manual
tutorial.dvi PARI/GP tutorial
refcard.dvi GP reference card
refcard.ps GP reference card, printer ready
The search algorithm is rather crude and the data searched rather unstructured. Hence, searching outside of Chapter 3 may not yield useful results, except in apropos mode (sections may be truncated too soon for instance).
Multiword search patterns have a tendency to fail due to various TeX constructs in the source.
Originally written by Ilya Zakharevitch for the Math::Pari perl package. Rewritten and expanded by Karim Belabas for the main PARI distribution.
gp(1), gzip(1), readline(1), tex(1), xdvi(1).
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation.
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