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Re: [help-texinfo] texinfo : HTML (dir) link is bad

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Subject: Re: [help-texinfo] texinfo : HTML (dir) link is bad
Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2010 15:11:18 +0200
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I am sure in the texinfo file, it is in UTF-8 and not in ISO-8859-1 because I
use a software (utrac) which tell me in what encoding the file is. But maybe
when I send a mail it is converted automatically in ISO-8859-1.

But : problem resolved :-)

In fact, the problem wasn't Texinfo. The problem was TeX (1).

On my distro, I have textex (2).

So, I uninstall tetex then I install the last TeX Live (3).

And now, the accent can be directly put in my texinfo file in the verbatim mode
using '@documentencoding UTF-8', and it is displayed in the PDF correctly. I use
these versions :
-texlive 20091107
-texinfo 4.13a

Thank you.

(1) :
(2) :
(3) : Live

Selon Karl Berry <address@hidden>:

>     The problem is that there is a link "(dir)" to go to
>     "../index.html#dir", and this file isn't generated by makeinfo, so
>     it doesn't exists.
> I've never thought much about what to do with the (dir) entry in HTML
> output.  But certainly makeinfo cannot create it.  You have to create
> it.  Or else you can postprocess the html to get rid of the bad link.
> Sorry.
> I expect the next release will have more ways to control what happens.
> (Right, Patrice?)
> Best,
> Karl

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