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Re: Section number increments

From: Laurence Finston
Subject: Re: Section number increments
Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2004 10:40:04 +0100 (MET)

On Mon, 23 Feb 2004, Karl Berry wrote:

>     > If Texinfo had @subsubsubsection and @subsubsubsubsection commands I
>     > would have used those, of course.
>     Then perhaps a better solution would be to add them.
> No.  That would be too much work for too little gain.  Such deep
> structure does not seem especially desirable to me anyway.
I agree.  However, what I miss is a address@hidden' command.  My manual is 
into a "User" and "Reference" part, but there's no way to have this
reflected in the table of contents and the formatting.  I must admit to
using a somewhat out-of-date version of Texinfo, so maybe this problem's
been solved already.

In an old version of my manual, I used address@hidden' (or whatever it's
called), but I had to remove it when I divided the manual into multiple
because otherwise `texinfo-multiple-files-update' got confused.  It gets
confused anyway, and I always have to fix a couple of things by hand, but
that's another story.

Laurence Finston
3DLDF maintainer

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