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[help-texinfo] Using @ref @xref and @pxref

From: Christopher Dimech
Subject: [help-texinfo] Using @ref @xref and @pxref
Date: Tue, 1 Jan 2019 18:00:53 +0100

I have written a document in texinfo. I put all the document material into one 
Now I am trying to split things into multiple files as the document has become 
too long.

I have seen that @ref can be used with up to five parameters but cannot find 
useful examples 
of how to carry out the change. I would appreciate help in this new plan so 
very much

$ ~/umedu
├── report.texi
├── chap1
│   ├── bibliography.texi
│   ├── figures.texi
└── umedu--files

Here are examples I had using @ref  

@ref{gutscher--kopp--krastel--et--al--2017,, Marc-Andr@'e (2017)}

@node figures
@unnumberedsec Figures
@include ./chap1/figures.texi

@node bibliography
@unnumberedsec Bibliography
@include ./chap1/bibliography.texi


@float Figure,fig:siculo--calabri--tectonic--map
  @center @image{./umedu--files/siculo--calabri--tectonic--map,11cm,,,.png}
  @shortcaption{Short Description}
@end float


2017.  @sc{Gutscher, Marc-Andr@'e}; @strong{Active tectonics of
the Calabrian subduction revealed by new multi-beam bathymetric data and
high-resolution seismic profiles in the Ionian Sea (Central
Mediterranean).} Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Volume 461,
Pagination 61-72.
@uref{, [Complete 
@c {Published: January 09}

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