I will look over the manual over the next few days.
One thing I wanted to point out right away is that you don't
need NEXT, PREV, and UP links on the @node line.
If you use `texinfo-all-menus-update' rather than
`texinfo-every-node-update', then such links won't be created.
Here is what I use to delete them.
(defun texinfo-delete-node-links ()
"Delete the NEXT, PREV, and UP links following @node name
as well the following line if it starts with @comment
for all nodes in the current buffer.
These are not necessary. In fact they are nuisance if one wants to
split one file into several files or if one wants to share a texinfo
file fragment in multiple texinfo documents."
(while (re-search-forward "^@node [^,]+," nil t)
(delete-region (1- (match-end 0)) (progn (end-of-line) (point)))
(if (looking-at "@comment")
The next/prev/up links may have been needed many years ago
perhaps to help out makeinfo. However makeinfo as well as
texi2html have been able to deal with lact of next/prev/up
links for several years now.
I have one question regarding semantic and wisent manuals.
Are you planning on keeping the two manuals separate?
Is there any plans to merge the two manuals together?
>>>>> "DP" == David Ponce <david@...> writes:
DP> Hi Eric & Richard,
DP> These last days I mainly worked on completing the Wisent's manual in
DP> file wisent.texi.
DP> It is not yet finished and I plan to add more new chapters and
DP> examples ;-) But, IMO, the latest version I checked in begins to be
DP> quite usable!
DP> If you get enough time, I would like you have a look at it and tell me
DP> your opinion. Please don't hesitate to correct my English (nice way
DP> for me to learn more ;-). I am not sure at all that my phrases are
DP> always well written, and are clear enough!
DP> Thank you in advance for your help!