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Re: Texinfo indexing

From: Jean-Charles Malahieude
Subject: Re: Texinfo indexing
Date: Tue, 14 Jun 2016 19:53:20 +0200
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Le 14/06/2016 à 10:47, David Kastrup a écrit :

Huh, I have to try.  I just remember that we likely are still using
texi2html for our web page generation, and I have no idea how _that_
does the indexing.  If we can only create better sorted indices for PDF
and/or Info, that would be sort of a let-down.

A cursory glance would suggest that the following commands are entered
both with and without backslash via @funindex:


This one appears only once, labeled "\accepts" with notation.pdf.
Even more, there is only one target (so to say only one place where both versions are mentioned) for "accepts" vs 3 targets when
@set txiindexbackslashignore
is specified in common-macros.itexi.

BTW this make a 6 pages less volume.

If texi2any follows the same rule, it would be the same, I guess for the HTML version. For the moment I'm still stuck withe the same errors and unable to dig further in the switch from texi2html that, sooner or later, will disappear from distros.


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