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[Emacs-diffs] /srv/bzr/emacs/trunk r108410: * doc/misc/sc.texi: Nuke han

From: Glenn Morris
Subject: [Emacs-diffs] /srv/bzr/emacs/trunk r108410: * doc/misc/sc.texi: Nuke hand-written node pointers.
Date: Mon, 28 May 2012 16:28:27 -0700
User-agent: Bazaar (2.5.0)

revno: 108410
committer: Glenn Morris <address@hidden>
branch nick: trunk
timestamp: Mon 2012-05-28 16:28:27 -0700
  * doc/misc/sc.texi: Nuke hand-written node pointers.
  Fix top-level menu to match actual node order.
=== modified file 'doc/misc/ChangeLog'
--- a/doc/misc/ChangeLog        2012-05-27 02:30:29 +0000
+++ b/doc/misc/ChangeLog        2012-05-28 23:28:27 +0000
@@ -1,3 +1,8 @@
+2012-05-28  Glenn Morris  <address@hidden>
+       * sc.texi: Nuke hand-written node pointers.
+       Fix top-level menu to match actual node order.
 2012-05-27  Glenn Morris  <address@hidden>
        * cl.texi, dired-x.texi: Nuke hand-written node pointers.

=== modified file 'doc/misc/sc.texi'
--- a/doc/misc/sc.texi  2012-02-28 08:17:21 +0000
+++ b/doc/misc/sc.texi  2012-05-28 23:28:27 +0000
@@ -52,9 +52,8 @@
address@hidden Top, Introduction, (dir), (dir)
address@hidden Top
 @top Supercite
address@hidden  node-name,  next,  previous,  up
@@ -64,13 +63,13 @@
 * Introduction::
 * Citations::
+* Information Keys and the Info Alist::
+* Reference Headers::
 * Getting Connected::
 * Replying and Yanking::
 * Selecting an Attribution::
 * Configuring the Citation Engine::
 * Post-yank Formatting Commands::
-* Information Keys and the Info Alist::
-* Reference Headers::
 * Hints to MUA Authors::
 * Thanks and History::
@@ -83,7 +82,7 @@
 @end ifnottex
address@hidden  Introduction, Usage Overview, Top, Top
address@hidden  Introduction
 @chapter Introduction
 Supercite is a GNU Emacs package written entirely in Emacs Lisp. It
@@ -113,14 +112,14 @@
 sent.  Supercite is re-initialized in each new reply buffer.
address@hidden Usage Overview, What Supercite Does Not Do, Introduction, 
address@hidden Usage Overview
address@hidden Usage Overview
 @kindex r
 @kindex f
 @kindex C-c C-y
 @cindex yank
 @cindex cite, citing
 @cindex attribute, attributing
address@hidden Usage Overview
 Typical usage is as follows. You want to reply or followup to a message
 in your MUA. You will probably hit @kbd{r} (i.e., ``reply'') or @kbd{f}
@@ -138,7 +137,7 @@
 using Supercite you gain a wider flexibility in the look and style of
 citations.  Supercite's only job is to cite the original message.
address@hidden  What Supercite Does Not Do, What Supercite Does, Usage 
Overview, Introduction
address@hidden  What Supercite Does Not Do
 @section What Supercite Doesn't Do
 Because of this clear division of labor, there are useful features which
@@ -159,9 +158,9 @@
 outside the designated region. @xref{Hints to MUA Authors}, for more
address@hidden  What Supercite Does, Citations, What Supercite Does Not Do, 
address@hidden sc-cite-original
address@hidden  What Supercite Does
 @section What Supercite Does
address@hidden sc-cite-original
 Supercite is invoked for the first time on a reply buffer via your MUA's
 reply or forward command.  This command will actually perform citations
@@ -219,10 +218,10 @@
 it has been properly connected to your MUA.  @xref{Getting Connected},
 for more address@hidden
address@hidden  Citations, Citation Elements, What Supercite Does, Top
address@hidden  Citations
address@hidden Citations
 @cindex nested citations
 @cindex citation
address@hidden Citations
 A @dfn{citation} is the acknowledgement of the original author of a mail
 message in the body of the reply.  There are two basic citation styles
@@ -284,9 +283,9 @@
 are used.
address@hidden  Citation Elements, Recognizing Citations, Citations, Citations
address@hidden  Citation Elements
address@hidden Citation Elements
 @cindex citation string
address@hidden Citation Elements
 @dfn{Citation strings} are composed of one or more elements. Non-nested
 citations are composed of four elements, three of which are directly
@@ -339,7 +338,7 @@
 enough to not put additional spaces between citation delimiters for
 multi-level nested citations.
address@hidden  Recognizing Citations, Getting Connected, Citation Elements, 
address@hidden  Recognizing Citations
 @section Recognizing Citations
 Supercite also recognizes citations in the original article, and can
@@ -383,13 +382,13 @@
 change @code{sc-citation-root-regexp} you should always also change
address@hidden  Information Keys and the Info Alist, Reference Headers, 
Miscellaneous Commands, Top
address@hidden  Information Keys and the Info Alist
address@hidden Information Keys and the Info Alist
 @cindex information keys
 @cindex Info Alist
 @cindex information extracted from mail fields
 @findex sc-mail-field
 @findex mail-field (sc-)
address@hidden Information Keys and the Info Alist
 @dfn{Mail header information keys} are nuggets of information that
 Supercite extracts from the various mail headers of the original
@@ -493,9 +492,9 @@
 info keys with the appropriate index (e.g., @code{"sc-middlename-2"},
 @dots{}).  @xref{Selecting an address@hidden
address@hidden  Reference Headers, The Built-in Header Rewrite Functions, 
Information Keys and the Info Alist, Top
address@hidden  Reference Headers
address@hidden Reference Headers
 @cindex reference headers
address@hidden Reference Headers
 Supercite will insert an informative @dfn{reference header} at the
 beginning of the cited body of text, which display more detail about the
@@ -534,9 +533,9 @@
 integer which is an index into the @code{sc-rewrite-header-list},
 beginning at zero.
address@hidden  The Built-in Header Rewrite Functions, Electric References, 
Reference Headers, Reference Headers
address@hidden  The Built-in Header Rewrite Functions
address@hidden The Built-in Header Rewrite Functions
 @cindex header rewrite functions, built-in
address@hidden The Built-in Header Rewrite Functions
 Below are examples of the various built-in header rewrite functions.
 Please note the following:@: first, the text which appears in the
@@ -613,9 +612,9 @@
 @code{>>>>> see @var{references} for more details}
 @end table
address@hidden  Electric References, Hints to MUA Authors, The Built-in Header 
Rewrite Functions, Reference Headers
address@hidden  Electric References
address@hidden Electric References
 @cindex electric references
address@hidden Electric References
 By default, when Supercite cites the original message for the first
 time, it just goes ahead and inserts the reference header indexed by
@@ -709,10 +708,9 @@
 Supercite will execute the hook @code{sc-electric-mode-hook} before
 entering electric reference mode.
address@hidden  Getting Connected, Replying and Yanking, Recognizing Citations, 
address@hidden  Getting Connected
address@hidden Getting Connected
 @cindex citation interface specification
address@hidden Getting Connected
 @vindex mail-citation-hook
 @cindex .emacs file
@@ -791,7 +789,7 @@
 get executed every time @code{sc-cite-original} is called.  @xref{Reply
 Buffer address@hidden
address@hidden  Replying and Yanking, Reply Buffer Initialization, Getting 
Connected, Top
address@hidden  Replying and Yanking
 @chapter Replying and Yanking
@@ -803,10 +801,10 @@
 * Filling Cited Text::
 @end menu
 @end ifinfo
address@hidden  Reply Buffer Initialization, Filling Cited Text, Replying and 
Yanking, Replying and Yanking
address@hidden sc-cite-original
address@hidden cite-original (sc-)
address@hidden  Reply Buffer Initialization
 @section Reply Buffer Initialization
address@hidden sc-cite-original
address@hidden cite-original (sc-)
 Executing @code{sc-cite-original} performs the following steps as it
 initializes the reply buffer:
@@ -960,7 +958,8 @@
 reset certain variables set in @address@hidden
 @end enumerate
address@hidden  Filling Cited Text, Selecting an Attribution, Reply Buffer 
Initialization, Replying and Yanking
address@hidden  Filling Cited Text
address@hidden Filling Cited Text
 @cindex filling paragraphs
 @vindex sc-auto-fill-region-p
 @vindex auto-fill-region-p (sc-)
@@ -970,7 +969,6 @@
 @findex setup-filladapt (sc-)
 @vindex sc-load-hook
 @vindex load-hook (sc-)
address@hidden Filling Cited Text
 Supercite will automatically fill newly cited text from the original
 message unless the variable @code{sc-auto-fill-region-p} has a
@@ -1039,11 +1037,11 @@
 containing lines greater than about 72 characters.  So the default is to
 fill cited text.
address@hidden  Selecting an Attribution, Attribution Preferences, Filling 
Cited Text, Top
address@hidden  Selecting an Attribution
address@hidden Selecting an Attribution
 @cindex attribution list
 @vindex sc-preferred-attribution-list
 @vindex preferred-attribution-list (sc-)
address@hidden Selecting an Attribution
 As you know, the attribution string is the part of the author's name
 that will be used to composed a non-nested citation string. Supercite
@@ -1063,7 +1061,7 @@
 @end menu
 @end ifinfo
address@hidden  Attribution Preferences, Anonymous Attributions, Selecting an 
Attribution, Selecting an Attribution
address@hidden  Attribution Preferences
 @section Attribution Preferences
 When you cite an original message, you can tell Supercite which part of
@@ -1165,12 +1163,12 @@
 match against a specific mail field, e.g., @samp{From:@:}, allowing you
 to cite your friend's message with the appropriate attribution.
address@hidden  Anonymous Attributions, Author Names, Attribution Preferences, 
Selecting an Attribution
address@hidden  Anonymous Attributions
address@hidden Anonymous Attributions
 @vindex sc-default-author-name
 @vindex default-author-name (sc-)
 @vindex sc-default-attribution
 @vindex default-attribution (sc-)
address@hidden Anonymous Attributions
 When the author's name cannot be found in the @samp{From:@:} mail
 header, a fallback author name and attribution string must be supplied.
@@ -1254,9 +1252,9 @@
 one character long; e.g. you prefer to use @code{"initials"} but the
 author only has one address@hidden
address@hidden  Author Names, Configuring the Citation Engine, Anonymous 
Attributions, Selecting an Attribution
address@hidden  Author Names
address@hidden Author Names
 @cindex author names
address@hidden Author Names
 Supercite employs a number of heuristics to decipher the author's name
 based on value of the @samp{From:@:} mail field of the original message.
@@ -1316,11 +1314,11 @@
 word in the name field, while @code{any} matches against every word in
 the name field.
address@hidden  Configuring the Citation Engine, Using Regi, Author Names, Top
address@hidden  Configuring the Citation Engine
address@hidden Configuring the Citation Engine
 @cindex Regi
 @cindex frames (Regi)
 @cindex entries (Regi)
address@hidden Configuring the Citation Engine
 At the heart of Supercite is a regular expression interpreting engine
 called @dfn{Regi}.  Regi operates by interpreting a data structure
@@ -1354,11 +1352,11 @@
 cite or fill those differently than normal text.  None of this is
 currently part of Supercite, but contributions are welcome!
address@hidden  Using Regi, Frames You Can Customize, Configuring the Citation 
Engine, Configuring the Citation Engine
address@hidden  Using Regi
address@hidden Using Regi
 @findex regi-interpret
 @findex eval
 @findex looking-at
address@hidden Using Regi
 Regi works by interpreting frames with the function
 @code{regi-interpret}.  A frame is a list of arbitrary size where each
@@ -1452,9 +1450,9 @@
 The current frame entry being interpreted.
 @end table
address@hidden  Frames You Can Customize, Post-yank Formatting Commands, Using 
Regi, Configuring the Citation Engine
address@hidden  Frames You Can Customize
address@hidden Frames You Can Customize
 @vindex sc-nuke-mail-header
address@hidden Frames You Can Customize
 As mentioned earlier, Supercite uses various frames to perform
 certain jobs such as mail header information extraction and mail header
@@ -1516,11 +1514,11 @@
 the appropriate alist and attempts to find a frame to use.  If one
 is not found from the alist, then the appropriate default frame is used.
address@hidden  Post-yank Formatting Commands, Citing Commands, Frames You Can 
Customize, Top
address@hidden sc-mode-map-prefix
address@hidden mode-map-prefix (sc-)
address@hidden C-c C-p
address@hidden  Post-yank Formatting Commands
 @chapter Post-yank Formatting Commands
address@hidden sc-mode-map-prefix
address@hidden mode-map-prefix (sc-)
address@hidden C-c C-p
 Once the original message has been yanked into the reply buffer, and
 @code{sc-cite-original} has had a chance to do its thing, a number of
@@ -1546,9 +1544,9 @@
 @end menu
 @end ifinfo
address@hidden   Citing Commands, Insertion Commands, Post-yank Formatting 
Commands, Post-yank Formatting Commands
address@hidden sc-cite-region-limit
address@hidden   Citing Commands
 @section Commands to Manually Cite, Recite, and Uncite
address@hidden sc-cite-region-limit
 Probably the three most common post-yank formatting operations that you
 will perform will be the manual citing, reciting, and unciting of
@@ -1608,7 +1606,7 @@
 region, regardless of the value of @code{sc-confirm-always-p}.
 @end table
address@hidden  Insertion Commands, Variable Toggling Shortcuts, Citing 
Commands, Post-yank Formatting Commands
address@hidden  Insertion Commands
 @section Insertion Commands
 These two functions insert various strings into the reply buffer.
@@ -1638,9 +1636,9 @@
 an error and will not cite the line.
 @end table
address@hidden  Variable Toggling Shortcuts, Mail Field Commands, Insertion 
Commands, Post-yank Formatting Commands
address@hidden  Variable Toggling Shortcuts
address@hidden Variable Toggling Shortcuts
 @cindex toggling variables
address@hidden Variable Toggling Shortcuts
 Supercite defines a number of commands that make it easier for you to
 toggle and set various Supercite variables as you are editing the reply
@@ -1718,7 +1716,7 @@
 brings up a Help message on the toggling keymap.
address@hidden  Mail Field Commands, Miscellaneous Commands, Variable Toggling 
Shortcuts, Post-yank Formatting Commands
address@hidden  Mail Field Commands
 @section Mail Field Commands
 These commands allow you to view, modify, add, and delete various bits
@@ -1768,7 +1766,7 @@
 old information is address@hidden
 @end table
address@hidden  Miscellaneous Commands, Information Keys and the Info Alist, 
Mail Field Commands, Post-yank Formatting Commands
address@hidden  Miscellaneous Commands
 @section Miscellaneous Commands
 @table @asis
@@ -1782,7 +1780,7 @@
 an optional numeric argument inserts that many new address@hidden
 @end table
address@hidden  Hints to MUA Authors, Thanks and History, Electric References, 
address@hidden  Hints to MUA Authors
 @chapter Hints to MUA Authors
 In June of 1989, some discussion was held between the various MUA
@@ -1864,7 +1862,7 @@
 If you do all this your MUA will join the ranks of those that conform to
 this interface ``out of the box.''
address@hidden Thanks and History, GNU Free Documentation License, Hints to MUA 
Authors, Top
address@hidden Thanks and History
 @chapter Thanks and History
 The Supercite package was derived from its predecessor Superyank 1.11
@@ -1901,15 +1899,15 @@
 Supercite was written by Barry Warsaw.
address@hidden GNU Free Documentation License, Concept Index, Thanks and 
History, Top
address@hidden GNU Free Documentation License
 @appendix GNU Free Documentation License
 @include doclicense.texi
address@hidden  Concept Index, Command Index, GNU Free Documentation License, 
address@hidden  Concept Index
 @unnumbered Concept Index
 @printindex cp
address@hidden  Command Index, Key Index, Concept Index, Top
address@hidden  Command Index
 @unnumbered Command Index
@@ -1922,11 +1920,11 @@
 @end iftex
 @printindex fn
address@hidden  Key Index, Variable Index, Command Index, Top
address@hidden  Key Index
 @unnumbered Key Index
 @printindex ky
address@hidden Variable Index,  , Key Index, Top
address@hidden Variable Index
 @unnumbered Variable Index

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