On Mon, Oct 4, 2010 at 7:37 PM, Samuel Bronson <naesten(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Hmm, I've noticed that the print-formatted manuals I'm
their tables of contents at the end instead of the beginning.
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 realize there's no reason
that all three trees need to be identical, but this seems ridiculous:
some nodes are even given in a *different order* in the menu structure
and in the next/previous/up links!
I'd like to straighten this out a bit; any hints as to how to tell
which order/structure(s) to keep?
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
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