[rfa/5] add PDF target to doc directory
Sun May 28 07:29:00 GMT 2000
Eli Zaretskii wrote:
> > Date: Sun, 28 May 2000 18:39:17 +1000
> > From: Andrew Cagney <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Sorry, I ment the contents which always end up at the end of the
> > document :-)
> Texinfo 4.0 allows you to put @contents *anywhere* in the document. I
> don't know if the pretest that you are using includes that feature,
> but even if it doesn't, you only need this with TeX or PDFTeX, which
> always supported this, since TeX does several passes on the document
> So you could put @contents twice, once @iftex at the beginning, the
> other time @ifnottex at the end, and get what you want, I think.
Yep, that works. Namely:
o Duplicate contents at start and end.
Allows makeinfo-OLD to work.
o For pdftex, use the latest texinfo.tex.
Fixes nr chapter pages - even.
Magically adds all the cross references.
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