Noam Postavsky <address@hidden
> Mauro Aranda <address@hidden
>> In the HTML format of the GNU Emacs Lisp Reference Manual, navigate to
>> the node Skipping Characters, under the node Motion. There, look for
>> the cross references to Regular Expressions and to Char Classes, and
>> note the redundant "See".
> Hmm, the HTML output has a redundant "See", but the .info doesn't. But
> I see the texinfo manual examples don't put "see" in front of @xref, so
> I guess it's just coincidence that it produces okay results for .info.
Yes. Initially, I spotted the redundant "See" in HTML, and when I went
to my computer to fix them, I thought they were already fixed because I
couldn't see them in .info. I don't know why .info doesn't show the
>> * doc/lispref/positions.texi (Skipping Characters): Remove redundant
>> "See" before cross references. Change @xref to @pxref, which is
>> more suitable when at the end of a sentence. (Bug#35793)
> M-x rgrep RET [Ss]ee @.\?xref RET *.texi RET doc/ RET finds a few more
> hits in other manuals, could you fix those too please?
Of course Noam, but you should get credit for finding them. The
attached patch should cover them.