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Re: libiberty docs are in

> Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2001 12:57:21 -0400
> From: DJ Delorie <>
> It is only temporary.  In case there were bugs, I didn't want to
> burden everyone all at once.  When it's proven stable, I'll add it to
> the default rules.

Thank you!

> > I don't recommend using the full @node lines, like this:
> > 
> >     @node Using,Overview,Top,Top
> I couldn't get the auto-node logic to work right in all places.  If
> you can, that's good!

I tested "make info" after applying the changes I sent, and it built
without any complaints.

The secret is that you need to lay out the subnodes in the same order
as they are listed in the menus.  One of the nodes was out of order,
so I moved it.  I'm guessing that this node is what gave you trouble.

> > [Repeat after me: "it's ``occurrence'', not ``occurance'' ;-)  May I
> > suggest "M-x ispell-comments-and-strings RET"?]
> You may, but I was happy to get what was available in place...  :-)

Oops, sorry, I didn't realize you've written the text in the *.c files
as well.  I should have looked in the Changelog before releasing silly

> > Index: src/libiberty/libiberty.texi
> Changelog entry?


2001-09-27  Eli Zaretskii  <>

	* libiberty.texi: (Top level): Add syncodeindex pg.
	(many nodes): Lose the next,prev,up pointers on the @nide line.
	(Using, Supplemental Functions, Replacement Functions): Fix
	(Functions): Move around, to allow makeinfo to build the manual
	without next,prev,up pointers in thye node lines.
	(Licenses): Fix typos.

	* index.c, rindex.c, strchr.c, strerror.c, strrchr.c, strstr.c,
	strtol.c, xatexit.c, xexit.c, xmalloc.c: Fix spelling and markup.

	* copying-lib.texi: Lose the next,prev,up pointers on the @node

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