Adrian.Aichner(a)t-online.de (Adrian Aichner) writes:
Hacking on texi2html I found texinfo.texi to be badly structured
wrt. its ＠node structuring.
texinfo.texi seems to be unique to XEmacs?
I have not found it in GNU Emacs at
It's from GNU Texinfo.
Are there any objections against me trying to get the document
sections properly linked?
No objections, but I would suggest updating texinfo.texi to
the newer version from GNU Texinfo 4.0.