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Re: [RFC] document Cygwin native specific commands
- From: Pierre Muller <muller at cerbere dot u-strasbg dot fr>
- To: Eli Zaretskii <eliz at is dot elta dot co dot il>
- Cc: gdb-patches at sources dot redhat dot com
- Date: Wed, 20 Feb 2002 13:15:45 +0100
- Subject: Re: [RFC] document Cygwin native specific commands
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At 12:18 20/02/2002 , Eli Zaretskii a écrit:
>On Wed, 20 Feb 2002, Pierre Muller wrote:
> > Thus I looked at the subsection above concerning DJGPP
> > specific commands, but there I find a kindex entry
> > for :
> > "info dos"
> > "sysinfo"
> > but nothing for ldt gdt idt dos subcommands....
> > Shouldn't there be
> > @kindex info dos
> > ...
> > @kindex info dos sysinfo
> > ...
> > @kindex info dos ldt
> > @kindex info dos gdt
> > @kindex info dos idt
> > ?????
>I didn't include the subcommands on purpose. The reason is that it is
>not useful to have several index entries that all begin with the same
>string and point to the same page in the manual. That is why I only
>indexed "info dos".
>So I guess my assertion about ``every command'' should have been
>qualified by this exception. Sorry for confusion.
But why did you kindex sysinfo and not the other ones?
> > So
> > -- should I use
> > @kindex set shell
> > ?
>Yes. That is how all "set ..." commands are indexed in the manual,
> > -- shouldn't in be a w32 subcommand ?
>Sorry, I don't understand: the command is "set shell", not "set w32 shell",
>right? If so, you should have "@kindex set shell".
No I was asking if this "set shell " command
should not be replaced by a "set w32 shell" command.
But I am not sure how this could be done...
because add_show_from_set and add_set_cmd are
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