On Fri, Oct 8, 2010 at 1:55 AM, Stephen J. Turnbull <stephen(a)xemacs.org> wrote:
Thanks for looking at this!
Samuel Bronson writes:
> Hmm, it looks like there are worse problems, at least in lispref: the
> sectioning hierarchy doesn't match the node next/previous/up links
> doesn't match the node menu structure.
I'm having trouble finding this code. Perhaps there should be
directions for finding it in man/README?
There is Lisp code in a comment in either the XEmacs User Guide or
Lispref (or maybe both) that is useful for maintaining both menus and
> I'd like to straighten this out a bit; any hints as to how to tell
> which order/structure(s) to keep?
Use your good taste as far as order goes. If as far as you can tell
it doesn't matter, see if the helper code will decide for you (IIRC it
either constructs menu from the node graph or vice versa) and if not,
flip a coin.
> One other thing I've noticed: usually, when I try "C-h
C-f", it says
> that whatever I was looking for is missing from the index, but when
> the .texi file has a perfectly-good looking ＠defun (or similar) in it.
> Am I wrong in thinking that ＠defun is supposed to put the function
> described into the function index, or is something just mysteriously
AFAIK the primitive ＠def* directives handle this, so, yes, it should
update the index automatically.
Sounds like possibly Makefile breakage to me. I don't use C-h C-f
except by accident (I generally work with the manual source 'cause
there's always something I want to change ;-), so I haven't paid much
attention to that.
Too bad there's no way for the Info mode to take you to the source for
the text near point.
Hmm. Looking closer, I see that lispref has one index for everything.
Is it possible that this somehow confuses the `Info-index' code?
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