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Re: [PATCH 01/12] Configury support for --enable-stack-protector.

On 22 Feb 2016, Joseph Myers outgrape:

> On Sun, 21 Feb 2016, Nix wrote:
>> On 20 Feb 2016, Joseph Myers spake thusly:
>> > Any patch adding a new configure option should also document it in 
>> > install.texi and regenerate INSTALL.
>> Like this? (Assuming that using multiple @items in succession like that
>> is sensible. If there's a better way to delineate possible options in a
>> way that the reader can match up with the -fstack-protector options
>> described below, please susgest it.)
> You should use @itemx for the second and subsequent entries in such a 
> list.

Aha, thank you. Adjusted, will be in the next series.

>> (I haven't included the INSTALL regeneration here, because when I try to
>> do it I end up with half of INSTALL getting re-word-wrapped, with
>> massive numbers of spurious changes that have nothing to do with the
>> stanza I've added. Is a particular version of texinfo required for this
>> to work?)
> Carlos recently changed <> 
> to say texinfo 6.0 (but it was the change from 4 to 5 that caused big 
> changes in the output).

Useful wiki page, thanks. I'll regenerate with 6.0 in the next series.
(I presume you want configure regenerated as well -- it looks like the
page is out of date, since that's clearly being generated with 2.69 at
present, but the page says 2.68.)

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