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Wed, 4 Jun 2003 09:26:36 -0400
Continuing with philosophical discussion, what about multiple spaces
in source? They are equal to only one in TeX, so perhaps makeinfo
could condese them too.
Right. (Well, usually equal, as I said. Not in @verbatim, @example, etc.)
And what about multiple spaces an the end of a sentence? TeX has its
own way to handle this (spacefactor). Should makeinfo have similar
In theory, yes. It already does some stuff along those lines, although
it doesn't actually adjust the number of spaces.
If yes, shouldn't we implement @frenchspacing in makeinfo?
I suppose so.
(Currently, users are happy, as their style of writing texinfo
sources gets copied to info files.)