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Re: texinfo.tex: \dosuppress...

From: Simon Law
Subject: Re: texinfo.tex: \dosuppress...
Date: Tue, 16 Sep 2003 09:44:32 -0400
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On Tue, Sep 16, 2003 at 12:28:57PM +0200, Stepan Kasal wrote:
> Hello again,
>       I've looked at the \dosuppress... macro.
> It redefines \everypar, in an understandable way.
> It doesn't redefine @noindent, so that if the first paragraph of the
> section started with @noindent, the output would be garbled.  (It might
> be there from the times before texinfo suppressed first indents.)

        Oops.  That's an oversight on my part.  Sorry.

> And it does something with \indent, but I don't understand what.
> I'd say that if someone starts the first par with an explicite @indent,
> that means that they want the paragraph to be indented.

        Your described behaviour is exactly what the code implements.

> I've created a patch implementing these ideas.  Again, it's completely
> untested; I apologize for it.  You can take is as is, if you are
> interested; or you can tell me to resubmit it after it's tested (and I'll
> come back with it in a year or two ;-).

        I don't think the patch was attached.  Here is my version,
though.  Also included is a test document that exercises many of the
corner cases.


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