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address@hidden: texinfo-multiple-files-update <-----> include-file witho


From: Karl Berry
Subject: address@hidden: texinfo-multiple-files-update <-----> include-file without node]
Date: 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.

Thanks,
karl (Texinfo maintainer)


Date: Tue, 23 Dec 2003 14:32:55 +0100
From: Wolfgang Pausch <address@hidden>
To: address@hidden
Subject: texinfo-multiple-files-update <-----> include-file without node

Hello,

(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 
requirement).

Does this behaviour make sense? Couldn't texinfo-multiple-files-update just 
ignore all files that doesn't contain nodes?

Wolfgang Pausch




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