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Wish: refman.info improvement #8247

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vicuna opened this Issue Aug 23, 2003 · 2 comments

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commented Aug 23, 2003

Original bug ID: 1795
Reporter: administrator
Status: acknowledged
Resolution: open
Priority: normal
Severity: feature
Category: documentation

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Full_Name: Yamagata Yoriyuki
Version: 3.06
OS: Linux
Submission from: p2114-adsau14honb7-acca.tokyo.ocn.ne.jp (220.106.58.114)

The current refman.info doesn't seem to follow GNU convention of info. In
particular, I'd like to suggest the following improvement.

  1. It is better if chapters and sections are referred by their name, not
    numbers. This change enables a user to use "m" command to jump desired sections
    and chapters.

  2. Make all chapters listed in the top index, while move licence conditions or
    like to their own sections.

  3. Remove decorative ****** and ===

In general, I think it is preferable to create info from texi, not directly from
latex files by havea.

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commented Aug 26, 2003

Comment author: administrator

Looks like an Hevea issue...

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commented Mar 16, 2019

Not an info user myself but a test with the last published info files seems to indicate that 1+3 are still present.

@maranget do you think the "administrator" is right in pointing fingers at HeVeA ?

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