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Re: Makeinfo generates wrong link

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: Makeinfo generates wrong link
Date: Mon, 03 Oct 2022 21:02:03 -0400

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  > > Changing that file would change the link, e.g.
  > >
  > > --- a/util/htmlxref.cnf
  > > +++ b/util/htmlxref.cnf
  > > @@ -340,7 +340,7 @@ gcal                mono    
  > >  gcal           node    ${GS}/gcal/manual/html_node/
  > >
  > >  GCC = https://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs
  > > -gcc            node    ${GCC}/gcc/
  > > +gcc            node    ${GCC}/gcc-4.8.5/
  > >   cpp           node    ${GCC}/cpp/
  > >   gfortran      node    ${GCC}/gfortran/
  > >   gnat_rm       node    ${GCC}/gnat_rm/

On my machine, the file has

    GCC = https://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs
    gcc         node    ${GCC}/gcc/
     cpp                node    ${GCC}/cpp/
     gfortran   node    ${GCC}/gfortran/
     gnat_rm    node    ${GCC}/gnat_rm/
     gnat_ugn   node    ${GCC}/gnat_ugn/
     libgomp    node    ${GCC}/libgomp/
     libstdc++  node    ${GCC}/libstdc++/

So where do these strange numbers come from?


Could there be a bug in texi2any that handles hyphen wrong?
0x2d is the hex code for hyphen.

What does the source for that GCC manual say
for the node name?  Does it have a space there, or a hyphen?

Dr Richard Stallman (https://stallman.org)
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