tkt.asakura at gmail.com
Wed Sep 4 15:17:52 CEST 2019
like Lars says, I need some more information to support you precisely.
Please tell me your TL version and the the debug output with:
$ texdoc -Dl schedule
BTW, Texdoc can optimize its behavior using environment variable such
as LANG. So, if you have a preferable language, say English,
$ LANG=en texdoc schedule
will prioritize English documents than those in other languages.
Of course, you can set the environment variables in your ~/.bashrc
(or whatever) to make the setting permanent.
> On 2019/09/04, at 22:01, Lars Madsen <daleif at math.au.dk> wrote:
> Perhaps you should mention which version of texlive you are using. Especially if it comes from a Linux dist
> I use fully up to date upstream TeXLive 2019 (what this mailing list is about)
> texdoc schedule
> I get an english manual, dated 2019-09-31
> /Lars Madsen
> Institut for Matematik / Department of Mathematics
> Aarhus Universitet / Aarhus University
> Mere info: http://au.dk/daleif@math / More information: http://au.dk/en/daleif@math
> From: tex-live <tex-live-bounces+daleif=imf.au.dk at tug.org> on behalf of Patrick Bideault <pb-latex at gmx.fr>
> Sent: 04 September 2019 09:23
> To: tex-live at tug.org <tex-live at tug.org>
> Subject: texdoc schedule
> There is a package named schedule, but when I type "texdoc schedule" on a linux console, it opens the schule manual in german. Couldn't this strange behavior be fixed?
> Patrick Bideault
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