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Tue, 23 Dec 2003 14:39:18 -0500
Resending this bug report. I hope someone who likes to work on the
Texinfo Elisp files will consider it.
Having a separate file including version/date-type information is what
Automake does by default, by the way. And Texinfo itself uses that
feature. So it would be highly desirable to support this.
karl (Texinfo maintainer)
Date: Tue, 23 Dec 2003 14:32:55 +0100
From: Wolfgang Pausch <address@hidden>
Subject: texinfo-multiple-files-update <-----> include-file without node
(I hope this is the right place to report this, if not, please notify me...)
The following situation:
I have the top-.texinfo-file of a manual, include a file with
version-information using @include version.texinfo. Contents of the file are
for example @set version 0.0.2
Now, I want to use texinfo-multiple-files-update (with a positive argument).
But this isn't possible, since texinfo-multiple-files-update expects a node
in every included file (and refuses to work if any file doesn't fit this
Does this behaviour make sense? Couldn't texinfo-multiple-files-update just
ignore all files that doesn't contain nodes?
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