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22 Aug 2001 21:28:26 +0200
Gnus/5.0808 (Gnus v5.8.8) Emacs/20.7
Rob Browning <address@hidden> writes:
> > I believe there are two options:
> > - Only include a versioning file in one of the Texinfo manuals. In
> > this case, I'd choose the reference manual.
> > - Move each Texinfo manual into its own subdirectory.
> > I'd rather not do the second when we're already in the middle of a
> > stable release. What do you think?
> Another option might be to see if we can come up with a rule or rules
> in the Makefile.am that would temporarily provide the missing one(s).
> I'm happy with any of these solutions. As long as the subdir approach
> doesn't involve too many changes, other than the move itself and a
> little bit of automakery, I'm even OK with that approach if it's the
> right solution.
Since the current tools assume one manual per directory I'd suggest we
split the various documents into subdirectories (i.e. Neils second
This also has the advantage to clean up the doc directory, which
currently contains a mix of a lot of stuff.
I've been away from Guile for some time now (nice work has been done
during that time---thanks everybody!), but I guess I still have the
authority to give you a "go" to perform this change, and if Rob is
willing to include the change in the 1.5 branch, that seems good too.