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Re: @subsection foo should get <name="foo">

From: Mark Polesky
Subject: Re: @subsection foo should get <name="foo">
Date: Wed, 15 Jul 2009 13:44:03 -0700 (PDT)

Graham Percival wrote:
> >> Yes.  You can add a menu to the Feta font
> >> section and introduce each subsection with
> >>
> >> @node ....
> >> @subsection ...
> >
> > As we're in an appendix maybe this should be
> >
> > @node ...
> > @appendixsubsec ... ?
> I believe it should be
>   @node
>   @unnumberedsubsec
> You can use them inside an @appendicsec, and since the html pages
> are split based on numbers, we want an @unnumbered... there.

Just want to make sure I have this right. Is this outline correct?
- Mark

@node The Feta font
@appendixsec The Feta font

@cindex Feta font
@cindex Font, Feta

The following symbols are available in the Emmentaler font and may be
accessed directly using text markup such as @code{g^\markup @{
\musicglyph #"scripts.segno" @}}, see @ref{Formatting text}.

* Clefs::
* Time Signatures::
@end menu

@node Clefs
@unnumberedsubsec Clefs

\include ""
\markuplines \override-lines #'(word-space . 4)
             \doc-chars #clefs
@end lilypond

@node Time Signatures
@unnumberedsubsec Time Signatures

\include ""
\markuplines \override-lines #'(word-space . 4)
             \doc-chars #timesig
@end lilypond



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