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Re: [O] ox-texinfo: Link to dedicated to target doesn't work

From: Vaidheeswaran C
Subject: Re: [O] ox-texinfo: Link to dedicated to target doesn't work
Date: Sat, 30 May 2015 14:06:22 +0530
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On Saturday 30 May 2015 01:49 PM, Nicolas Goaziou wrote:
> Vaidheeswaran C <address@hidden> writes:
>> > A canonical DESCRIPTION is NOT available.  (YET) The ANCHOR should
>> > still get through to the `texi' file, right?
> We can replace a silly behaviour with another silly one, yes. But is
> there any non-silly one?

Displaying a silly link is a call for an action (to fix).  So, from
fixability perspective, having a silly anchor is better than pruning
it from output.

>> > This is the output I see in other backends (that support anchors).
>> >
>> >   HTML:
>> >
>> >       <p>
>> >       Jump to <a href="#orgtarget1">No description for this link</a>.
>> >       </p>
> The example above is a bit misleading because a description is not
> mandatory. In your situation, Option "num:t" would be sufficient to
> produce something.

I understand that the error is in the OPTIONs that I have and I need
to fix the Org file.  Your argument is sound.  (BUT) Having some
feedback that something is amisss is always desirable.

>> >   LaTeX:
>> >
>> >       Jump to \ref{orgtarget1}.
> If you look at it, this will not appear in the (PDF) output as there's
> nothing to refer to, much like what happens in ox-texinfo.

I see a red box (which is an urgent call for action).

> In any case, what exactly do you suggest in this situation, i.e., what
> should be displayed?

How about @ref{orgtarget1}?


ps: I can send in fixes.  I have a copyright assignment.  WDYT?

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