Hello again, another beginner’s question: where should I look for information about TeXmacs packages? I am writing some notes and wanted to leave a margin (or collapsible) todo note. In the end I discovered the
\todo macro. In the packages menu I saw some other packages e.g.
chat-rooms. I thought it implemented a “chat” functionality in the document that I could use to “chat with myself” (that was a stretch, I know). However, when I enabled the plugin I could not at all figure out what it did. I even opened the source of the plugin but there was nothing. Is the documentation absent or am I looking for it in the wrong place.
This post is mainly meant to confirm that I am not missing something.
Here comes a possible suggestion that may be freely ignored: maybe, there should be a default place for package documentation and if is missing one should have an empty section with “TODO” rather than it now being there. Coming from emacs, it was very discoverable because an introduction to anything is supposed to be available as the docstring to the function
whatever-mode that enables a mode. If it was missing from there then I knew that it was incomplete.