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RE: address@hidden: RE: cannot find :enable inElispmanualindex]

From: Drew Adams
Subject: RE: address@hidden: RE: cannot find :enable inElispmanualindex]
Date: Sun, 3 Jun 2007 22:42:11 -0700

>     You make a more general point, however. Things such as index
>     lookup via `i' would have no HTML counterpart
> Why do you think so?  If the index is stored as HTML, searching it
> can be implemented, just as it was implemented with Info format.

Yes, sure it can. You can have search capabilities across a set of HTML
pages. However, that search is not HTML coding; it is something else
(perhaps embedded within HTML code). It could be Javascript, ECMAscript,
Java, php, or whatever. All I meant was that the cross-pages search would
not itself be just static HTML code. We agree: search can be _implemented_
for HTML pages.

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