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[Groff-commit] Changes to //var/cvs/groff

From: wlemb
Subject: [Groff-commit] Changes to //var/cvs/groff
Date: 25 Feb 2003 21:07:17 -0000

Log from commit: 

Update of /var/cvs/groff/contrib/mom
In directory genba:/tmp/cvs-serv14339

Modified Files:
        BUGS ChangeLog NEWS om.tmac 
Log Message:

o Added James Ramsey's proposed CHAPTER_TITLE macro, along with his
  rewritten START macro and his utility macros to make START easier
  to read.

o Expanded handling of CHAPTER_TITLE to encompass TYPEWRITE, as well as
  plugging it into the docheaders.  Made CHAPTER_TITLE backwardly
  compatible so that pre-1.1.5 docs using CHAPTER_STRING to create a
  chapter title remain unaffected when groffed with 1.1.5.

o Created control macros for CHAPTER_TITLE FAMILY, FONT and SIZE.
  Added defaults for handling of CHAPTER title to DEFAULTS.  Documented
  CHAPTER_TITLE and everything that goes along with it.

o Fixed broken draft and revision in headers/footers.

o Fixed \*[RULE] so that it behaves properly with indents and justified

o Fixed/tweaked handling of epigraph spacing in TYPEWRITE.

o Fixed broken spacing of docheaders in TYPEWRITE.

o Fixed an oversight in CLOSING for DOCTYPE LETTER (closing wasn't
  being set flush left)

o Changed .ne in .HEAD when PRINTSTYLE TYPESET from 5 to 4.  With 5,
  heads required at least 2 lines of text underneath or they'd be
  defered to the next page, which created too much whitespace at the
  end of the page.  Heads will now be processed on the same page if the
  head plus at least one line of text underneath fits.  I figure it's
  easier for the user to break to a new page manually if this behaviour
  is unsatisfactory than to massage the page to fix the excess

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