The LaTeX2e Unofficial Reference Manual aims to provide a reference for the user-level commands of LaTeX. For more information, see the home page.
It comes in a number of formats, including two HTML formats. One has all the information on a single page. The other has separate pages for each section or subsection.
If you would like to host either version, or both, whether to have a convenient local copy or to provide a service to the community, that'd be great. The single-page version is easy to search. The many-pages version is more host-friendly since a visitor who only wants one thing doesn't have to get everything. They both have a free license.
/home/jim/src/latexrefman/. In that directory run
svn checkout http://svn.gnu.org.ua/sources/latexrefman/trunkto fetch a subdirectory
trunk/with all of the files.
trunk/latex2e-help-texinfo-tree/latex2e/. How to display them depends on your web server but the most common case is that you have Apache 2 running under Linux. If so, put something like this in the configuration file (perhaps named
Alias "/latexref" "/home/jim/src/latexrefman/trunk/latex2e-help-texinfo-tree/latex2e" <Directory "/home/jim/src/latexrefman/trunk/latex2e-help-texinfo-tree/latex2e"> Require all granted Options Indexes FollowSymLinks </Directory>
trunk/latex2e.html. Serve it with something like this.
Alias "/latexrefonepage" "/home/jim/src/latexrefman/trunk/latex2e.html" <Directory "/home/jim/src/latexrefman/trunk/"> Require all granted </Directory>
trunk/latexreflocal.csscontains a sample Cascading Style Sheets file to decorate the web pages that you are serving. Adjust it to your taste and then put a copy in your web server's
svn updateto get the latest version. Once a week should suffice. You can automate this, for example by using
If you post a version that will stay current then it'd be great if you
could let us know about it by mailing