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URL updates for autoconf manual

From: Paul Eggert
Subject: URL updates for autoconf manual
Date: Fri, 20 Aug 2004 16:43:35 -0700
User-agent: Gnus/5.1006 (Gnus v5.10.6) Emacs/21.3 (gnu/linux)

I installed this:

2004-08-20  Paul Eggert  <address@hidden>

        * doc/autoconf.texi: Update URLs, some of which went stale.
        Use @uref rather than @href.

Index: doc/autoconf.texi
RCS file: /cvsroot/autoconf/autoconf/doc/autoconf.texi,v
retrieving revision 1.828
diff -p -u -r1.828 autoconf.texi
--- doc/autoconf.texi   20 Aug 2004 19:58:07 -0000      1.828
+++ doc/autoconf.texi   20 Aug 2004 23:41:24 -0000
@@ -24,21 +24,6 @@
 @address@hidden = @address@hidden
 @end macro
address@hidden @href(URL, TITLE)
address@hidden -----------------
address@hidden A replacement for @uref that puts the URL in the footnotes when
address@hidden not in HTML.
address@hidden href{url, title}
address@hidden, \title\}
address@hidden macro
address@hidden ifhtml
address@hidden href{url, title}
address@hidden, @url{\url\}.}
address@hidden macro
address@hidden ifnothtml
 @c Handling the indexes with Texinfo yields several different problems.
 @c Because we want to drop out the AC_ part of the macro names in the
@@ -653,34 +638,30 @@ do not have.  You must use version 1.4 o
 @xref{History}, for the story of Autoconf's development.  @xref{FAQ},
 for answers to some common questions about Autoconf.
-See the @href{,
+See the @uref{,
 Autoconf web page} for up-to-date information, details on the mailing
 lists, pointers to a list of known bugs, etc.
 Mail suggestions to @email{, the Autoconf mailing
-Bug reports should be preferably submitted to the
-Autoconf Gnats database}, or sent to @email{, the
+Bug reports should be emailed to @email{, the
 Autoconf Bugs mailing list}.  If possible, first check that your bug is
 not already solved in current development versions, and that it has not
 been reported yet.  Be sure to include all the needed information and a
 short @file{} that demonstrates the problem.
-Autoconf's development tree is accessible via @acronym{CVS}; see the Autoconf
-web page for details.  There is also a
address@hidden://, @acronym{CVS}web
-interface to the Autoconf development tree}.  Patches relative to the
+Autoconf's development tree is accessible via @acronym{CVS}; see the
address@hidden://, Autoconf
+Summary} for details.  Patches relative to the
 current @acronym{CVS} version can be sent for review to the
 @email{, Autoconf Patches mailing list}.
 Because of its mission, Autoconf includes only a set of often-used
 macros that have already demonstrated their usefulness.  Nevertheless,
 if you wish to share your macros, or find existing ones, see the
address@hidden://, Autoconf Macro
-Archive}, which is kindly run by @email{,
address@hidden://, @acronym{GNU} Autoconf Macro
+Archive}, which is kindly run by @email{,
 Peter Simons}.
@@ -794,9 +775,9 @@ the @acronym{GNU} build tools.
 @item Web
 The home pages for
address@hidden://,Automake}, and
address@hidden://, Autoconf},
address@hidden://, Automake}, and
address@hidden://, Libtool}.
 @item Automake Manual
@@ -807,18 +788,10 @@ information on Automake.
 The book @address@hidden Autoconf, Automake and
 address@hidden@address@hidden Autoconf, Automake and Libtool},
-by G. V. Vaughan, B. Elliston, T. Tromey, and I. L. Taylor.  New
-Riders, 2000, ISBN 1578701902.}  describes the complete @acronym{GNU}
-build environment.  You can also find the entire book on-line at
address@hidden://,``The Goat Book'' home
address@hidden Tutorials and Examples
-The @href{,Autoconf Developer Page}
-maintains links to a number of Autoconf/Automake tutorials online, and
-also links to the @href{,
-Autoconf Macro Archive}.
+by G. V. Vaughan, B. Elliston, T. Tromey, and I. L. Taylor.  SAMS (originally
+New Riders), 2000, ISBN 1578701902.}  describes the complete @acronym{GNU}
+build environment.  You can also find
address@hidden://, the entire book on-line}.
 @end itemize
@@ -6267,7 +6240,7 @@ if the system supports @samp{#!}, @samp{
 @cindex Large file support
 @cindex LFS
 Arrange for
 large-file support}.  On some hosts, one must use special compiler
 options to build programs that can access large files.  Append any such
 options to the output variable @code{CC}.  Define
@@ -6939,7 +6912,7 @@ This section aims at presenting some sys
 documentation.  It may help you addressing particular problems reported
 by users.
-The @href{, Rosetta Stone for Unix}
+The @uref{, Rosetta Stone for Unix}
 contains a lot of interesting crossed information on various Unix variants.
 @table @asis
@@ -6966,13 +6939,12 @@ tree on the UFS).
 @acronym{QNX} is a realtime operating system running on Intel architecture
 meant to be scalable from the small embedded systems to the hundred
 processor super-computer.  It claims to be @acronym{POSIX} certified.  More
-information is available on the @href{, @acronym{QNX} home page},
-including the @href{, @acronym{QNX}
-man pages}.
+information is available on the
address@hidden://, @acronym{QNX} home page}.
 @item Tru64
 @cindex Tru64
-The @href{,
+The @uref{,
 documentation of several versions of Tru64} is available in different
@@ -6982,7 +6954,7 @@ formats.
 Officially this was called the ``Seventh Edition'' of ``the @sc{unix}
 time-sharing system'' but we use the more-common name ``Unix version 7''.
 Documentation is available in the
address@hidden://, V7 Manual}.
address@hidden://, V7 Manual}.
 Previous versions of Unix are called ``Unix version 6'', etc., but
 they were not as widely used.
 @end table
@@ -9365,7 +9337,7 @@ Some of these external utilities have a 
 @ref{Limitations of Usual Tools}.
 There are other sources of documentation about shells.  See for instance
address@hidden://, the Shell FAQs}.
address@hidden://, the Shell FAQs}.
 * Shellology::                  A zoology of shells
@@ -9389,7 +9361,7 @@ There are other sources of documentation
 There are several families of shells, most prominently the Bourne family
 and the C shell family which are deeply incompatible.  If you want to
 write portable shell scripts, avoid members of the C shell family.  The
address@hidden://, the
address@hidden://, the
 Shell difference FAQ} includes a small history of Unix shells, and a
 comparison between several of them.
@@ -9745,7 +9717,7 @@ that are Unixy enough to run @command{au
 usually be able to handle long file names properly, there are still
 limitations that can seriously break packages.  Several of these issues
 can be easily detected by the
address@hidden://, doschk}
address@hidden://, doschk}
 A short overview follows; problems are marked with @sc{sfn}/@sc{lfn} to
@@ -15847,7 +15819,7 @@ datadir.h: Makefile
 Use @code{AC_DEFINE} but have @command{configure} compute the literal
 value of @code{datadir} and others.  Many people have wrapped macros to
 automate this task.  For instance, the macro @code{AC_DEFINE_DIR} from
-the @href{, Autoconf Macro
+the @uref{, @acronym{GNU} Autoconf Macro
 This solution does not conform to the @acronym{GNU} Coding Standards.
@@ -15860,7 +15832,8 @@ find @code{prefix} at runtime, this way 
 Some macros are already available to address this issue: see
address@hidden://, Autoconf Macro Archive}.
address@hidden Autoconf Macro Archive}.
 @end itemize

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