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Re: @math and @findex trouble

From: Patrick Guio
Subject: Re: @math and @findex trouble
Date: Thu, 16 Jan 2003 18:28:36 +0100 (MET)

On Thu, 16 Jan 2003, Robert J. Chassell wrote:

>    \input texinfo @c -*-texinfo-*-
>    @c %**start of header
>    @setfilename
>    @math{b_l \ldots b_h}
>    @bye
> That is an invalid Texinfo file.  I copied that text to `foo.texi';
> here are the results:

This is not a big point but thispiece of code works nicely for me now, I
get for makeinfo

% makeinfo --force --fill-column=70 --no-split --paragraph-indent=0
--verbose math.texi
makeinfo (GNU texinfo) 4.3
Making info file `' from `math.texi'.

and for TeX

% texi2dvi math.texi
This is TeX, Version 3.14159 (Web2C 7.3.1)
(/mn/aurora/u3/patricg/texmath/math.texi (texinfo.tex
Loading texinfo [version 2003-01-12.11]: Basics, pdf, fonts, page
tables, conditionals, indexing, sectioning, toc, environments, defuns,
cross references, (/usr/share/texmf/tex/plain/dvips/epsf.tex)
and turning on texinfo input format.) (math.aux) [1] )
Output written on math.dvi (1 page, 276 bytes).
Transcript written on math.log.

Everything is running smoothly and as expected  but I had to get the last
version of texinfo.tex.

I have another question regarding @if commands. I understand that I can do
such constructions

TeX code
@end iftex

HTML code
@end ifhtml

texinfo code
@end ifinfo

which provides code for all three formats, but what if want to generate
for example man pages? Is there a "@ifman @end ifman" or somekind of
"@else" command ?


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