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@math and @findex trouble

From: Patrick Guio
Subject: @math and @findex trouble
Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2003 14:18:32 +0100 (MET)

Dear all,
I am having trouble with the @math command. I have written these kinds of

some text @math{b_l @ldots b_h} some more text
some text @math{[0, @pi]} some more text
some text @address@hidden some more text

When I run texi2dvi, everything looks pretty nice in the ps file but when
I run

/bin/sh /usr/local/blitz/missing --run makeinfo --no-split  \
       `echo main.texi | sed 's,.*/,,'`

I get

./main.texi:50: Unknown command `ldots'.
./main.texi:510: Unknown command `pi]'.
./main.texi:699: Unknown command `nabla^2'.

Shall I use a special construct for makeinfo?

In the same way, I have the following index command

@findex std::string namespace

./main.texi:367: warning: Info cannot handle `:' in index entry
`std::string namespace'.

`::' is a reserved keyword in C++ and I would like to index this keyword.
Is there a way to avoid this warning?

Another question not related to the previous is about @example @end example
I use such construct

@include toto.texi
@end example

where toto.texi is created from toto.cpp by just running
sed -e 's/{/@{/' -e 's/}/@}/'

Is there an @example environment that will wrap around lines that
are too long?

Sincerely, Patrick

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