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-rw-r--r--doc/tools/ChangeLog10
-rw-r--r--doc/tools/Makefile.am3
-rw-r--r--doc/tools/bmenu/bmenu2.c6
-rw-r--r--doc/tools/configure.ac2
-rw-r--r--doc/tools/texi2www/ChangeLog27
-rw-r--r--doc/tools/texi2www/Makefile.am17
-rw-r--r--doc/tools/texi2www/dir-arrow.gifbin2609 -> 0 bytes
-rw-r--r--doc/tools/texi2www/missing-arrow.gifbin166 -> 0 bytes
-rw-r--r--doc/tools/texi2www/next-arrow.gifbin275 -> 0 bytes
-rw-r--r--doc/tools/texi2www/prev-arrow.gifbin279 -> 0 bytes
-rw-r--r--doc/tools/texi2www/texi2dvi218
-rwxr-xr-xdoc/tools/texi2www/texi2www1316
-rw-r--r--doc/tools/texi2www/texi2www.texi708
-rw-r--r--doc/tools/texi2www/up-arrow.gifbin264 -> 0 bytes
14 files changed, 16 insertions, 2291 deletions
diff --git a/doc/tools/ChangeLog b/doc/tools/ChangeLog
index 8fb689f3ea..3952a6cc6f 100644
--- a/doc/tools/ChangeLog
+++ b/doc/tools/ChangeLog
@@ -1,3 +1,13 @@
+2011-12-06 Joel Sherrill <joel.sherrill@oarcorp.com>
+
+ PR 1793/doc
+ * Makefile.am, configure.ac, bmenu/bmenu2.c: Convert from texi2www to
+ texi2html.
+ * texi2www/ChangeLog, texi2www/Makefile.am, texi2www/dir-arrow.gif,
+ texi2www/missing-arrow.gif, texi2www/next-arrow.gif,
+ texi2www/prev-arrow.gif, texi2www/texi2dvi, texi2www/texi2www,
+ texi2www/texi2www.texi, texi2www/up-arrow.gif: Removed.
+
2011-02-02 Ralf Cors├ępius <ralf.corsepius@rtems.org>
* configure.ac: Require autoconf-2.68, automake-1.11.1.
diff --git a/doc/tools/Makefile.am b/doc/tools/Makefile.am
index 88d9e30265..09fc48a109 100644
--- a/doc/tools/Makefile.am
+++ b/doc/tools/Makefile.am
@@ -3,4 +3,5 @@ ACLOCAL_AMFLAGS = -I ../../aclocal
EXTRA_DIST = word-replace2
-SUBDIRS = bmenu texi2www
+SUBDIRS = bmenu
+#texi2www
diff --git a/doc/tools/bmenu/bmenu2.c b/doc/tools/bmenu/bmenu2.c
index edd9311a8e..01ffe893ae 100644
--- a/doc/tools/bmenu/bmenu2.c
+++ b/doc/tools/bmenu/bmenu2.c
@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@
* + previous of the first node
* + next of the last node
*
- * COPYRIGHT (c) 1988-2002.
+ * COPYRIGHT (c) 1989-2011.
* On-Line Applications Research Corporation (OAR).
* All rights reserved.
*
@@ -777,7 +777,7 @@ void BuildTexinfoNodes( void )
if ( menu_items == 0 ) {
new_line = AllocateLine();
- strcpy( new_line->Contents, "@ifinfo" );
+ strcpy( new_line->Contents, "" ); /* "@ifinfo" ); */
_Chain_Insert( menu_insert_point->Node.previous, &new_line->Node );
new_line = AllocateLine();
@@ -808,7 +808,7 @@ continue_menu_loop:
_Chain_Insert( menu_insert_point->Node.previous, &new_line->Node );
new_line = AllocateLine();
- strcpy( new_line->Contents, "@end ifinfo" );
+ strcpy( new_line->Contents, "" ); /* "@end ifinfo" ); */
_Chain_Insert( menu_insert_point->Node.previous, &new_line->Node );
}
diff --git a/doc/tools/configure.ac b/doc/tools/configure.ac
index 39bdaa2673..4ea8b21dc0 100644
--- a/doc/tools/configure.ac
+++ b/doc/tools/configure.ac
@@ -21,8 +21,8 @@ dnl Checks for typedefs, structures, and compiler characteristics.
dnl Checks for library functions.
AC_CHECK_FUNCS(strdup strstr)
+# texi2www/Makefile
AC_CONFIG_FILES([Makefile
bmenu/Makefile
-texi2www/Makefile
])
AC_OUTPUT
diff --git a/doc/tools/texi2www/ChangeLog b/doc/tools/texi2www/ChangeLog
deleted file mode 100644
index 3154785d01..0000000000
--- a/doc/tools/texi2www/ChangeLog
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,27 +0,0 @@
-2006-01-20 Ralf Corsepius <ralf.corsepius@rtems.org>
-
- * texi2www: Add provisory support for @image.
-
-2003-12-12 Ralf Corsepius <corsepiu@faw.uni-ulm.de>
-
- * Makefile.am: Cosmetics.
-
-2003-09-22 Ralf Corsepius <corsepiu@faw.uni-ulm.de>
-
- * Makefile.am: Merger from rtems-4-6-branch.
-
-2003-05-21 Ralf Corsepius <corsepiu@faw.uni-ulm.de>
-
- * texi2www: Add support for @ifnottex.
-
-2002-03-27 Ralf Corsepius <corsepiu@faw.uni-ulm.de>
-
- * Makefile.am: Remove AUTOMAKE_OPTIONS.
-
-2002-01-18 Ralf Corsepius <corsepiu@faw.uni-ulm.de>
-
- * Makefile.am: require automake-1.5.
-
-2000-08-10 Joel Sherrill <joel@OARcorp.com>
-
- * ChangeLog: New file.
diff --git a/doc/tools/texi2www/Makefile.am b/doc/tools/texi2www/Makefile.am
deleted file mode 100644
index 4ebdd53e46..0000000000
--- a/doc/tools/texi2www/Makefile.am
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,17 +0,0 @@
-#
-# COPYRIGHT (c) 1988-2002.
-# On-Line Applications Research Corporation (OAR).
-# All rights reserved.
-#
-# $Id$
-#
-
-noinst_SCRIPTS = texi2www texi2dvi
-
-EXTRA_DIST = $(noinst_SCRIPTS) dir-arrow.gif prev-arrow.gif \
- missing-arrow.gif up-arrow.gif next-arrow.gif texi2www.texi
-
-PROJECT = texi2www
-
-# TEXINFO_TEX = $(top_srcdir)/../texinfo/texinfo.tex
-# info_TEXINFOS = texi2www.texi
diff --git a/doc/tools/texi2www/dir-arrow.gif b/doc/tools/texi2www/dir-arrow.gif
deleted file mode 100644
index 5d661527cc..0000000000
--- a/doc/tools/texi2www/dir-arrow.gif
+++ /dev/null
Binary files differ
diff --git a/doc/tools/texi2www/missing-arrow.gif b/doc/tools/texi2www/missing-arrow.gif
deleted file mode 100644
index c686c80b5f..0000000000
--- a/doc/tools/texi2www/missing-arrow.gif
+++ /dev/null
Binary files differ
diff --git a/doc/tools/texi2www/next-arrow.gif b/doc/tools/texi2www/next-arrow.gif
deleted file mode 100644
index 57f5cddb81..0000000000
--- a/doc/tools/texi2www/next-arrow.gif
+++ /dev/null
Binary files differ
diff --git a/doc/tools/texi2www/prev-arrow.gif b/doc/tools/texi2www/prev-arrow.gif
deleted file mode 100644
index 350785be10..0000000000
--- a/doc/tools/texi2www/prev-arrow.gif
+++ /dev/null
Binary files differ
diff --git a/doc/tools/texi2www/texi2dvi b/doc/tools/texi2www/texi2dvi
deleted file mode 100644
index 913904a921..0000000000
--- a/doc/tools/texi2www/texi2dvi
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,218 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/perl
-#
-# $Id$
-#
-
-$version = <<END_VERSION;
-Jan 2 1996
-END_VERSION
-
-$copyright = <<END_COPYRIGHT;
-texi2dvi - converts texinfo to dvi
-Copyright (C) 1996 Tim Singletary
-
-This program is freely distributable under the terms of the GNU
-GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE. In particular, modified versions of this
-program must retain this copyright notice and must remain freely
-distributable.
-END_COPYRIGHT
-
-$usage = <<END_USAGE;
-Usage: texi2dvi [option ...] texinfo_file ...
- -k (-nocleanup) -- don't ``rm -f'' the intermediate files.
- -v (-verbose) -- print additional output.
- -copyright -- print the copyright and die.
- -version -- print the version and die.
-Generates a .dvi file from each texinfo (.texi or .texinfo) file.
-Understands texi2www extensions (\@gif, etc.).
-END_USAGE
-
-unless ($tex = $ENV{TEX}) {$tex = tex;}
-unless ($texindex = $ENV{TEXINDEX}) {$texindex = texindex;}
-$texinputs = $ENV{TEXINPUTS};
-
-$cleanup = 1;
-while ($ARGV[0] =~ /^-/) {
- $_ = shift;
- if (/-k$/ || /-nocleanup/) {$cleanup = 0; next;}
- if (/-v$/ || /-verbose/) {$verbose = 1; next;}
- if (/-d$/ || /-vv$/ || /-debug/) {$verbose = 2; next;}
- if (/-copyright/) {die $copyright;}
- if (/-version/) {die $version;}
- die $usage;
-}
-
-$font_prefix = "xx";
-while (&prefix_in_use($font_prefix)) {
- ++$font_prefix;
- if (length($font_prefix) > 2) {
- $font_prefix = "aa";
- }
-}
-
-$unique_base = "_" . $$ . "a-";
-while (&prefix_in_use($unique_base)) {++$unique_base;}
-
-print "Generated files will begin with \`$unique_base\'\n" if $verbose;
-
-$arg_index = 'a';
-foreach $raw_texi (@ARGV) {
- $base = $unique_base . $arg_index;
- ++$arg_index;
-
- # $tawtexifile is a texinfo file; suffix must be either `.texi' or
- # `.texinfo'. If arg is in a different directory, adjust
- # TEXINPUTS environment variable to include that (and the current)
- # directory.
- unless ($raw_texi =~ /(.*).texi(nfo)?$/) {
- print "skipping $raw_texi -- has unknown extension!\n";
- next;
- }
- $raw_texi_base = $1;
- if ($raw_texi_base =~ m|^(.*)/([^/]*)$|) {
- $raw_texi_base = $2;
- $ENV{TEXINPUTS} = ".:$1:$texinputs";
- } else {
- $ENV{TEXINPUTS} = ".:$texinputs";
- }
-
- unless (-r $raw_texi) {
- print "skipping $raw_texi -- not readable or doesn't exist!\n";
- next;
- }
-
- # Preprocesses the $rawtexifile (because of @gif{} and other extensions)
- $processed_texi = "$base.texi";
- print "Preprocessing $raw_texi into $processed_texi:\n" if $verbose;
- &preprocess_texinfo($raw_texi,$processed_texi,$base);
-
- print "$tex $processed_texi\n" if $verbose;
- if (system("$tex $processed_texi") == 0) {
-
- # @possible_index_file = <$base.??>; only works for the
- # first value of $base ... so,
- opendir(DIR,".") || die "Couldn't read current directory -- $!\n";
- @possible_index_files = ();
- while ($_ = readdir(DIR)) {
- if (/^$base\...$/) {
- push(@possible_index_files,$_);
- }
- }
- closedir(DIR);
-
- @index_files = ();
- foreach $possible_index_file (@possible_index_files) {
- print "DEBUG: possible_index_file $possible_index_file\n"
- if ($verbose > 1);
- next unless (-s $possible_index_file);
- push(@index_files,$possible_index_file);
- }
-
- if (@index_files > 0) {
- $texindex_cmd = "$texindex " . join(' ',@index_files);
- print "$texindex_cmd\n" if $verbose;
- if (system($texindex_cmd) == 0) {
- print "$tex $processed_texi\n" if $verbose;
- system("$tex $processed_texi");
- }
- }
- }
-
- # At this point, $base.dvi should exist -- rename it
- # to $raw_texi_base.dvi
- if (-e "$base.dvi") {
- rename("$base.dvi","$raw_texi_base.dvi")
- || die "rename $base.dvi $raw_texi_base.dvi -- $!\n";
- }
-}
-if ($cleanup) {unlink(<$base*>);}
-
-sub preprocess_texinfo
-{
- local ($infile,$outfile,$b) = @_;
-
- open(IN,"<$infile") || die "Couldn't open $infile -- $!\n";
- open(OUT,">$outfile") || die "Couldn't open $outfile -- $!\n";
-
- $gif_index = 'a';
- while (<IN>) {
-
- # @gif{gif} or @gif{html_gif, tex_gif}
- if (/(.*)\@gif\{([^{]*)\}(.*)/) {
- $prefix = $1;
- $arg = $2;
- $suffix = $3;
- print OUT "$prefix\n" if $prefix;
-
- while (1) {
- $gif_base = $b . $gif_index;
- last unless (-e $gif_base . ".gif");
- ++$gif_index;
- }
-
- $gif_file = '';
- if ($arg =~ /.*,(..*\.gif)/) {
- $gif_file = $1;
- $font_base = $gif_file;
- } else {
- $font_base = $arg;
- $gif_file = $gif_base . ".gif";
- print "Scaling $arg into $gif_file:\n" if $verbose;
- $scale_cmd = "giftopnm $arg | pnmscale 2 | pnmnlfilt 2 1 "
- . "| ppmquant 255 | ppmtogif > $gif_file";
- print "$scale_cmd\n" if $verbose;
- if (system($scale_cmd) != 0) {
- print "$scale_cmd failed\n";
- $gif_file = '';
- }
- }
-
- if ($gif_file =~ /.*\.gif/) {
-
-
- $font_base =~ s|.*/||;
- $font_base =~ s|\..*||;
-
- # $font_base, due to bm2font requirements, can't be more
- # than six characters long and must consist entirely of
- # lower case letters.
- $font_base =~ s/[^a-z]//g;
- $font_base = $font_prefix . substr($font_base,0,5);
- while (&prefix_in_use($font_base)) {++$font_base;}
-
- $bm2font_cmd = "bm2font -f$font_base $gif_file";
- print "$bm2font_cmd\n" if $verbose;
- if (system($bm2font_cmd) != 0) {
- print "$bm2font_cmd failed\n";
- } else {
- print OUT "\@tex\n";
- print OUT "\\input $font_base.tex\n";
- print OUT "\\set$font_base\n";
- print OUT "\@end tex\n";
- }
- }
-
- print OUT "$suffix \n" if $suffix;
- } else {
- print OUT "$_";
- }
- }
- close OUT;
- close IN;
-}
-
-sub prefix_in_use
-{
- local ($p) = @_;
-
- # Returns true or false; returns true if any file in the current
- # directory begins with $p. This function is here because
- # `<$p*>' only works for the first value of $p!
-
- opendir(DIR,".") || die "Couldn't read current directory -- $!\n";
- while ($_ = readdir(DIR)) {
- last if /^$p/;
- }
- closedir(DIR);
- $rc = /^$p/;
-}
diff --git a/doc/tools/texi2www/texi2www b/doc/tools/texi2www/texi2www
deleted file mode 100755
index 18e0ce3390..0000000000
--- a/doc/tools/texi2www/texi2www
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,1316 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/perl
-# (Works with both perl 4 and perl 5)
-#
-# $Id$
-#
-
-$version = 'Jan 2 1996';
-$copyright = <<EOT;
-texi2www - converts texinfo to HTML
-Copyright (C) 1994, 1995, 1996 Tim Singletary
-
-This program is freely distributable under the terms of the GNU
-GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE. In particular, modified versions of this
-program must retain this copyright notice and must remain freely
-distributable.
-
-EOT
-$usage = <<EOT;
-Usage: texi2www [option ...] texinfo_file
-where options are:
- -dir directory -- Specify output directory. Default is `.'.
- -dirfile path -- Specifies a replacement for ../dir.html
- -header path -- Specifies the path to a file containing HTML;
- this files gets inserted near the top of each
- generated HTML file.
- -footer path -- Specifies the path to a file containing HTML;
- this files gets inserted near the bottom of each
- generated HTML file.
- -I path -- Append path to the directories being searched for
- texi files.
- -icons path -- Specifies the path, relative to the output directory,
- to the arrow files. Default is `..'.
- -base -- Specify the base part fo the genrated short file names
- -uselongnames -- Use long names for generated html files
- -verbose -- Verbose output.
-
-The complete user\'s is available at
-http://sunland.gsfc.nasa.gov/info/texi2www/Top.html
-EOT
-
-########################################################################
-
-%lookup = (); # clear the name mapping hash
-$uselongnames=0; # default to using short names
-$base = "a"; # default short name base (BASEnnnnn.html)
-$outcount = 0; # count for the nnnnn part of short names
-$icons = ".."; # where are the icons
-$dir = "."; # where are the generated files to go
-$dirfile = "../dir.html"; # "up" node pointer
-@include_path = () ; # list of include directories
-
-while ($ARGV[0] =~ /^-/) {
- $_ = shift;
- if (/-base/) {$base = shift; next;}
- if (/-dirfile/) {$dirfile = shift; next;}
- if (/-dir/) {$_ = shift; s!/$!!; s!$!/!; $dir = $_; next;}
- if (/-footer/) {$footer = shift; next;}
- if (/-header/) {$header = shift; next;}
- if (/-icons/) {$_ = shift; s!\/$!!; $icons = $_; next;}
- if (/-uselongnames/) {$uselongnames = 1; next;}
- if (/-verbose/) {$verbose = 1; next;}
- if (/-I/) { push @include_path, shift; next;}
- die $usage;
-}
-
-print STDERR "include-path:@include_path\n" if $verbose ;
-&initialize_tables();
-
-#
-# Read the texinfo input into @texinfo
-#
-&open_input_file($ARGV[0]);
-&read_input(1,'/^\@bye/',"$texinfo_file[0] line 1");
-$texinfo[$ntexinfo] = "\@bye\n";
-$origin[$ntexinfo] = "$texinfo_file[0] line $.";
-
-#
-# Parse @texinfo
-#
-$texinfo_index = 0;
-while ($texinfo_index < @texinfo) {
- &get_more_stuff_to_parse();
- if (/^\@bye/) {
- &terminate_node();
- print "Normal completion\n";
- exit;
- }
- &parse();
-}
-
-print "Huh? didn't parse the \@bye directive!\n";
-
-########################################################################
-sub canonical # (node_name)
-{
- local ($n) = @_;
-
- $n =~ s/^\s+//; $n =~ s/\s+$//; # strip whitespace
-
- return "$dirfile" if ($n =~ /\(dir\)/i); # handle (dir)
-
- if ($n =~ /^\(([^\)]+)\)(.*)/) {
- $p = $1; $p =~ s/^\s+//; $p =~ s/\s+$//; $p .= "/";
- $n = $2; $n =~ s/^\s+//; $n =~ s/\s+$//;
- } else {
- $p = "";
- }
-
-
- $n =~ s/\$/\$\$/; # `$' -> `$$'
- $n =~ s/_/\$_/g; # `_' -> `$_'
- $n =~ s/\s+/_/g; # whitespace -> `_'
-
- # anything else that's funky get
- # translated to `$xx' where `xx'
- # are hex digits.
- while ($n =~ /(.*)([^-a-zA-Z0-9\$_.])(.*)/) {
- $n = $1 . sprintf("\$%02x",ord($2)) . $3;
- }
-
- if ($uselongnames) {
- return "$p$n.html" if ($n);
- } else {
- if ($n eq 'Top') {
- $lookup{"$p$n"}= "index.html";
- return $lookup{"$p$n"};
- } elsif ($n) {
- if (! $lookup{"$p$n"}) {
- $outcount = $outcount + 1;
- #$lookup{"$p$n"}= "$base$outcount.html";
- $lookup{"$p$n"} = sprintf "%s%05d.html", $base, $outcount;
- }
- return $lookup{"$p$n"};
- }
- }
- return "";
-} # canonical
-
-########################################################################
-sub deduce_node_links
-#
-# On entry, $_ is a node line and $start_index is the index (in @texinfo)
-# the node line.
-#
-# &deduce_node_links() sets $next, $prev, and $up.
-{
- local ($level,$i,$node,$j);
-
- # First, search down from this node to the next sectioning command.
- $level = &determine_node_level($start_index+1);
-
- # Next, look for the `next' node (i.e., the next node at the
- # same or a higher level).
- undef($next);
- for ($i=$start_index+1; $i < $ntexinfo; ++$i) {
- $_ = $texinfo[$i];
- next unless /^\@node +([^,]+).*\n/;
- $j = &determine_node_level($i+1);
- if ($j <= $level) {
- if ($j == $level) {$next = $1;}
- last;
- }
- }
-
- # Look for the `prev' and `up' nodes
- undef($prev);
- undef($up);
- for ($i=$start_index-1; $i > 1; --$i) {
- $_ = $texinfo[$i];
- next unless /^\@node\s+([^,]+).*\n/;
- $j = &determine_node_level($i+1);
- if ($j == $level) {
- unless ($prev) {$prev = $1;}
- } elsif ($j < $level) {
- $up = $1;
- last;
- }
- }
- unless (defined($up)) {$up = "(dir)";}
-
- $xthis = $this;
- $xthis =~ s/\n//;
-
-} # deduce_node_links
-
-########################################################################
-sub determine_node_level
-{
- local ($i) = @_;
- local ($level);
-
- $level = 0;
- while ($i < $ntexinfo) {
- $_ = $texinfo[$i];
- ++$i;
- next if /^\s+$/;
- last if (/\@node/);
- last unless (/\@(\w+)/);
- if ($directive_section{$1}) {
- $level = $directive_section{$1};
- last;
- }
- }
-
- return $level;
-} # determine_node_level
-
-
-########################################################################
-sub expand_xref
-{
- local ($cmd,$arg) = @_;
- local ($node,$xrefname,$topic,$infofile,$manual,$url,$x);
-
- if ($cmd eq 'inforef') {
- ($node,$xrefname,$infofile) = split(/,/,$arg);
- $topic = $manual = '';
- } elsif ($cmd eq 'href') {
- ($xrefname,$node,$infofile,$url) = split(/,/,$arg);
- } elsif ($cmd eq 'email') {
- ($xrefname,$node,$infofile,$url) = split(/,/,$arg);
- $xrefname = "mailto:$xrefname";
- $url = $xrefname
- } elsif ($cmd eq 'uref') {
- ($url,$xrefname,$node,$infofile) = split(/,/,$arg);
- } else {
- ($node,$xrefname,$topic,$infofile,$manual) = split(/,/,$arg);
- }
- $xrefname =~ s/^\s+//; $infofile =~ s/^\s+//;
- $xrefname =~ s/\s+$//; $infofile =~ s/\s+$//;
- $xrefname =~ s/\s+/ /; $infofile =~ s/\s+/ /;
- $infofile =~ s/\.texi$//;
- $infofile =~ s/\.texinfo$//;
-
- if ($xrefname =~ /^$/) {$xrefname = $node;}
-
- $node = &canonical($node);
- unless ($url) {
- unless ($infofile =~ /^$/) {$url = "../$infofile/";}
- $url = $url . $node;
- }
- $x = "<A HREF=\"$url\">$xrefname</A>";
-} # expand_xref
-
-########################################################################
-sub get_more_stuff_to_parse
-{
- $start_index = $texinfo_index;
-
- $_ = '';
- do {
- if ($texinfo_index >= @texinfo) {
- print "Unclosed \@x{y} in chunk beginning at "
- . "$origin[$start_index]\n";
- return;
- }
- s/\n$/ /;
- $more = $texinfo[$texinfo_index++];
- $more =~ s/\@\*/<BR>\n/g;
- $more =~ s/\@\./\./g;
- $more =~ s/\@\://g;
- $more =~ s/\@refill//g;
-
- $_ .= $more;
-
- # Expand all @a{b} in line
- while (/\@(\w+)\{([^{}]*)\}/) {
- $atcmd = $1;
- $atarg = $2;
-
- if ($z = $atxy_2_zyz{$atcmd}) {
- if ($z =~ /(.+),(.+),(.+)/) {
- $left = $1; $z = $2; $right = $3;
- } else {
- $left = ''; $right = '';
- }
- if ($z =~ s/^\^//) {$atarg =~ tr/a-z/A-Z/;}
- $x = "$left<$z>$atarg</$z>$right";
- } elsif ($atxy_2_y{$atcmd}) {
- $x = $atarg;
- } elsif ($z = $atxy_2_z{$atcmd}) {
- $x = $z;
- } elsif ($z = $atxy_2_ref{$atcmd}) {
- $x = $z . &expand_xref($atcmd,$atarg);
- $x =~ s/^X//; # works because $z must start with 'X'!
- } elsif ($atcmd eq 'value') {
- $x = $texinfo_variable{$atarg};
- } elsif ($atcmd eq 'today') {
- $x = &today();
- } elsif ($atcmd eq 'footnote') {
- $footnote[$nfootnotes++] = $atarg;
- $x = "\[$nfootnotes\]";
- } elsif ($atcmd eq 'gif') {
- $atarg =~ s/,.*//;
- &copy_to_destdir($atarg);
- $atarg =~ s|.*/||;
- $x = "<IMG SRC=\"$atarg\">";
- } elsif ($atcmd eq 'image') {
- my ($f,$w,$h,$a) = split(',',$atarg);
- $f .= '.png';
- &copy_to_destdir($f);
- $x = "<IMG ALIGN=MIDDLE SRC=\"$f\" ALT=\"$a\"";
- if ( $w =~ /([0-9]+)(in)/ ) {
- my $scale = 500.0/4.0; # 500dots/4in
- $x .= " WIDTH=" . ( $scale * $1 );
- }
- $x .= ">"
- } else {
- print "**WARNING** Don't know how to expand "
- . "\@$atcmd\{$atarg\}\n";
- $debug = 1;
- $x = "?$atcmd\?$atarg\?";
- }
-
- print "$origin[$start_index]: \@$atcmd\{$atarg\} => $x\n"
- if $debug{expansions};
-
- s/\@\w+\{[^{}]*\}/$x/;
- }
- } while (/\@\w+\{[^}]*$/);
- print "$origin[$start_index]: $_" if $debug{chunks};
-} # get_more_stuff_to_parse
-
-########################################################################
-sub parse
-# On entry:
-# $_ -- the line(s) to parse.
-# $start_index -- where, in $texinfo, $_ begins.
-{
- local ($x);
-
- if (/^\@(\w+)/) {
- if ($x=$directive_block{$1}) { # @example, @quotation, etc.
- &parse_block($1,$x);
- } elsif ($directive_section{$1}) { # @chapter, @subsection, etc.
- &process_section();
- } elsif ($1 eq 'bye') {
- if ($nfootnotes > 0) {
- &printHTML("<P><HR>\n");
- for ($n=0; $n < $nfootnotes; ++$n) {
- &printHTML("<P>\[" . ($n+1) . "\] $footnote[$n]</P>\n");
- }
- }
- &printHTML("<P><HR>\n");
- &print_arrows;
- &printHTML("</P>\n");
- &print_footer if $footer;
- &printHTML("</BODY></HTML>\n");
- close (HTML);
- return;
- } elsif ($1 eq 'center') {
- /^\@center\s+(.*)/;
- &printHTML("$paragraph_end") if $in_paragraph;
- &printHTML("<P ALIGN=CENTER>$1</P>\n");
- $in_paragraph = 0;
- } elsif ($1 eq 'clear') {
- /^\@clear\s+(\S+)/;
- undef($texinfo_variable{$1});
- } elsif ($1 =~ /^def(code)?index/) {
- /^\@(def|defcode)index\s+(\w+)/;
- $index_name{$2} = $2 . "index";
- $index_style{$2} = 'CODE' if ($1 eq "defcode");
- } elsif ($1 =~ /^(def.*)/) { # @defn, @defun, ... @deftp
- &parse_def($1);
- } elsif ($1 eq 'enumerate') {
- &parse_enumerate();
- } elsif ($1 eq 'exdent') {
- /^\@exdent\s+(.*)/;
- &printHTML("$paragraph_end") if $in_paragraph;
- # A bug -- doesn't exdent the line!
- &printHTML("<P>$1</P>\n");
- $in_paragraph = 0;
- } elsif ($1 eq 'flushleft' || $1 eq 'flushright') {
- &parse_flush();
- } elsif ($1 eq 'html') {
- while ($texinfo_index < @texinfo) {
- &get_more_stuff_to_parse();
- last if (/^\@end\s+html/);
- s/\&quot;/\"/g; s/\&gt;/\>/g; s/\&lt;/\</g; s/\&amp;/\&/g;
- &printHTML("$_");
- }
- } elsif ($1 eq 'itemize') {
- &parse_itemize();
- } elsif ($1 eq 'menu') {
- &parse_menu();
- } elsif ($1 eq 'node') {
- $node=$_;
- &process_node();
- } elsif ($1 eq 'printindex') {
- /^\@printindex\s+([a-z]+)/;
- &print_index($1);
- } elsif ($1 eq 'settitle') {
- /^\@settitle\s+(.*)/;
- unless ($title) {$title = $1;}
- } elsif ($1 eq 'set') {
- if (/^\@set\s+(\S+)\s+(.+)$/) {
- $texinfo_variable{$1} = $2;
- } else {
- /^\@set\s+(\S+)/;
- $texinfo_variable{$1} = 1;
- }
- } elsif ($1 eq 'syncodeindex') {
- &process_synindex(1);
- } elsif ($1 eq 'synindex') {
- &process_synindex(0);
- } elsif ($1 =~ /^.?table/) { # @table, @vtable, @ftable
- unless (/^\@(.?table)\s*\@(\w*)/
- && ($2 eq 'asis' || ($tbltype=$atxy_2_zyz{$2}))) {
- print "**WARNING** $origin[$start_index]: assuming "
- . "\@table \@asis\n";
- $tbltype = '';
- }
- &parse_table($1,$tbltype);
- } elsif ($1 =~ /..?index/) { # @cindex, @findex, .. @auindex, etc.
- &process_index();
- } else {
- print "**WARNING** $origin[$start_index]: ignoring $_";
- }
- } else {
- if (/^\s*$/) {
- if ($in_paragraph) {
- &printHTML("$paragraph_end");
- } elsif ($in_preformatted) {
- &printHTML("\n");
- }
- $in_paragraph = 0;
- } else {
- unless ($in_preformatted) {
- unless ($in_paragraph) {
- &printHTML("<P>\n");
- $in_paragraph = 1;
- $paragraph_end = "</P>\n";
- }
- }
- &printHTML("$_");
- }
- }
-} # parse
-
-########################################################################
-sub parse_block
-#
-# Handles @example, @display, etc.
-#
-# > @example > <PRE>
-# > a + b = c ==> > a + b = c
-# > @end example > </PRE>
-{
- local ($block,$pre) = @_;
- local ($started_at);
-
- $started_at = $start_index;
-
- &printHTML("$paragraph_end") if $in_paragraph;
- $in_paragraph = 0;
-
- if ($pre eq '>PRE') {
- &printHTML("<DL><DT><DD>\n<PRE>\n");
- } else {
- &printHTML("<$pre>\n") unless ($pre eq '-');
- }
- $in_preformatted = $block;
- while ($texinfo_index < @texinfo) {
- &get_more_stuff_to_parse();
- if (/^\@end\s+$block/) {
- if ($pre eq 'HR') {
- &printHTML("</HR>\n");
- } elsif ($pre eq '>PRE') {
- &printHTML("</PRE>\n</DL>\n");
- } else {
- &printHTML("</$pre>\n") unless ($pre eq '-');
- }
- $in_preformatted = 0;
- return;
- }
- &parse();
- }
- print "**ERROR** reached EOF while searching for end of the \@$block "
- . "block that started on $origin[$started_at]\n";
-} # parse_block
-
-########################################################################
-sub parse_def
-# $_ contains a @def* command
-{
- local ($def) = @_;
- local ($started_at,$in_dd);
-
- $started_at = $start_index;
-
- &printHTML("$paragraph_end") if $in_paragraph;
- $in_paragraph = 0;
-
- &printHTML("<DL>\n");
-
- &printdef();
-
- while ($texinfo_index < @texinfo) {
- &get_more_stuff_to_parse();
- if (/^\@end\s+$def/) {
- &printHTML("</DL>\n");
- $in_paragraph = 0;
- return;
- }
- if (s/^(\@def\w+)x\s/$1 /) {&printdef();}
- else {
- unless ($in_dd) {
- &printHTML("<DD>\n");
- ++$in_dd;
- $in_paragraph = 1;
- $paragraph_end = "\n";
- }
- &parse();
- }
- }
- print "**ERROR** reached EOF while searching for end of the $def "
- . "definition that started on $origin[$started_at]\n";
-
-} # parse_def
-sub printdef
-{
-
- s/\@defun(x?)\s/\@deffn Function /
- || s/\@defmac(x?)\s/\@deffn Macro /
- || s/\@defspec(x?)\s/\@deffn \{Special Form\} /
- || s/\@defvar(x?)\s/\@defvr Variable /
- || s/\@defopt(x?)\s/\@defvr \{User Option\} /
- || s/\@deftypefun(x?)\s/\@deftypefn Function /
- || s/\@deftypevar(x?)\s/\@deftypefn Variable /
- || s/\@defivar(x?)\s/\@defcv \{Instance Variable\} /
- || s/\@defmethod(x?)\s/\@defop Method /;
- s/(\@\w+)x\s/$1 /;
-
- @words = split;
-
- $i = 1;
- $category = $words[$i++];
- while ($i < @words && $category =~ /^\{[^}]*$/) {
- $category .= ' ' . $words[$i++];
- }
- if ($i>=@words) {
- print "def error at $origin{$started_at}\n";
- }
- $category =~ s/^\{//;
- $category =~ s/\}$//;
-
- &printHTML("<DT>$category: ");
-
- if ($words[0] eq '@deftypefn' || $words[0] eq '@deftypevr'
- || $words[0] eq '@defcv' || $words[0] eq '@defop') {
- if ($words[$i] =~ s/^\{//) {
- &printHTML("<VAR>");
- until ($words[$i] =~ s/\}$//) {&printHTML("$words[$i++]");}
- &printHTML("$words[$i++]</VAR> ");
- } else {
- &printHTML("<VAR>$words[$i++]</VAR> ");
- }
- $words[0] =~ /.*([a-z][a-z])/;
- $_ = "\@" . $1 . "index " . $words[$i];
- &process_index;
- }
- &printHTML("<STRONG>$words[$i++]</STRONG>\n<VAR>");
-
- while ($i < @words) {&printHTML(" $words[$i++]");}
- &printHTML("</VAR>\n");
-
-} # printdef
-
-########################################################################
-sub parse_enumerate
-# $_ is `@enumerate'. Note that @enumerate with an arg (`@enumerate 3',
-# for example) is kinda funky due to HTML limitations.
-{
- local ($count,$started_at);
-
- $started_at = $start_index;
-
- &printHTML("$paragraph_end") if $in_paragraph;
- $in_paragraph = 0;
-
- if (/^\@enumerate\s*(\S+)/) {$count = $1;}
-
- &printHTML("<" . ($count ? "UL" : "OL") . ">\n");
-
- while ($texinfo_index < @texinfo) {
- &get_more_stuff_to_parse();
- if (/^\@end\s+enumerate/) {
- &printHTML("</" . ($count ? "UL" : "OL") . ">\n");
- return;
- }
- if (/^\@item\s+(.*)/ || /^\@item()$/) {
- if ($count) {
- &printHTML("<LI>$count: $1\n");
- ++$count;
- } else {
- &printHTML("<LI>$1\n");
- }
- $in_paragraph = 1;
- $paragraph_end = "\n";
- } else {
- &parse();
- }
- }
- print "**ERROR** reached EOF while searching for end of the \@enumerate "
- . "that started on $origin[$started_at]\n";
-} # parse_enumerate
-
-########################################################################
-sub parse_flush
-{
- local ($started_at,$flush);
-
- /^\@(\w+)\s/;
- $flush = $1;
- $started_at = $start_index;
-
- &printHTML("$paragraph_end") if $in_paragraph;
- $in_paragraph = 0;
-
- while ($texinfo_index < @texinfo) {
- &get_more_stuff_to_parse();
- if (/^\@end\s+$flush/) {
- return;
- }
- &parse();
- }
- print "**ERROR** reached EOF while searching for end of the $flush "
- . "that started on $origin[$started_at]\n";
-
-
-} # parse_flush
-
-########################################################################
-sub parse_itemize
-# $_ is `@itemize'. Due to HTML limitation, `@itemize @bullet' comes
-# out the same as `@itemize @minus'.
-{
- local ($started_at);
-
- $started_at = $start_index;
-
- &printHTML("$paragraph_end") if $in_paragraph;
- $in_paragraph = 0;
-
- &printHTML("<UL>\n");
-
-
- while ($texinfo_index < @texinfo) {
- &get_more_stuff_to_parse();
- if (/^\@end\s+itemize/) {
- &printHTML("</UL>\n");
- return;
- }
- if (/^\@item\s+(.*)/ || /^\@item()$/) {
- &printHTML("<LI>$1\n");
- $in_paragraph = 1;
- $paragraph_end = "\n";
- } else {
- &parse();
- }
- }
- print "**ERROR** reached EOF while searching for end of the itemize "
- . "that started on $origin[$started_at]\n";
-} # parse_itemize
-
-########################################################################
-sub parse_menu
-{
- local ($started_at);
-
- $started_at = $start_index;
-
- &printHTML("$paragraph_end") if $in_paragraph;
- $in_paragraph = 0;
-
- &printHTML("<MENU>\n");
-
- while ($texinfo_index < @texinfo) {
- &get_more_stuff_to_parse();
- if (/^\@end\s+menu/) {
- &printHTML("</MENU>\n");
- return;
- }
-
- # Like ` * menu-item:: description of item'
- if (/^\s*\*\s*([^:]*)\s*::\s*(.*)$/) {
- &printHTML("$paragraph_end") if $in_paragraph;
- $in_paragraph = 0;
- $node = &canonical($1);
- &printHTML("<LI><A HREF=\"$node\">$1</A>\n");
- &printHTML("$2\n") if $2;
- # Like ` * menu-item: cross-reference. description of item'
- } elsif (/^\s*\*\s*([^:]*)\s*:([^.]*)\.\s*(.*)$/) {
- &printHTML("$paragraph_end") if $in_paragraph;
- $in_paragraph = 0;
- $node = &canonical($2);
- &printHTML("<LI><A HREF=\"$node\">$1</A>\n");
- &printHTML("$3\n");
- } elsif (/^\@/) {
- print "**WARNING** Don\'t know how to process \`$_\' inside "
- . "a menu!\n";
- } else {
- if (/^\s*$/ && !$in_paragraph) {
- &printHTML("<P>");
- $in_paragraph = "1";
- $paragraph_end = "</P>\n";
- }
- &printHTML("$_");
- }
- }
- print "**ERROR** reached EOF while searching for end of the menu "
- . "that started on $origin[$started_at]\n";
-} # parse_menu
-
-########################################################################
-sub parse_table
-# $_ is `@itemize'. Due to HTML limitation, `@itemize @bullet' comes
-# out the same as `@itemize @minus'.
-{
- local ($table,$ttype,$after_DT,$started_at,$first_para);
- ($table,$ttype) = @_;
-
- $started_at = $start_index;
-
- &printHTML("$paragraph_end") if $in_paragraph;
- $in_paragraph = 0;
-
- &printHTML("<DL>\n");
-
- while ($texinfo_index < @texinfo) {
- &get_more_stuff_to_parse();
- if (/^\@end\s+$table/) {
- &printHTML("</DL>\n");
- return;
- }
- if (/^\@item(x?)\s+(.*)/ || /^\@item(x?)()$/) {
- $atarg = $2;
- if ($ttype) {
- if ($ttype =~ /(.+),(.+),(.+)/) {
- $left = $1; $z = $2; $right = $3;
- } else {
- $left = ''; $z = $ttype; $right = '';
- }
- if ($z =~ s/^\^//) {$atarg =~ tr/a-z/A-Z/;}
- &printHTML("<DT>$left<$z>$atarg</$z>$right\n");
- } else {
- &printHTML("<DT>$2\n");
- }
- $item = $2;
- if ($item && $table =~ /([fv])table/) {
- $_ = "\@" . $1 . "index " . $item;
- &process_index;
- }
- $after_DT = 1;
- } else {
- if ($after_DT) {
- &printHTML("<DD>\n");
- $in_paragraph = 1;
- $paragraph_end = "\n";
- $after_DT = 0;
- $first_para = 1;
- }
- unless ($first_para && /^\s*$/) {
- $first_para = 0;
- &parse();
- }
- }
- }
- print "**ERROR** reached EOF while searching for end of the table "
- . "that started on $origin[$started_at]\n";
-} # parse_table
-
-########################################################################
-sub print_index
-{
- local ($index) = @_;
- $index = $index_name{$index};
-
- eval "\@keys = keys \%$index";
-
- &printHTML("<MENU>\n");
- foreach $item (sort texinfo_sort @keys) {
- eval "\$val = \$$index\{\$item\}";
- &printHTML("<LI>$val\n");
- }
- &printHTML("</MENU>\n");
-} # print_index
-
-sub texinfo_sort
-{
- $x = $a; $x =~ s/<[^>]*>//g; $x =~ tr/A-Z/a-z/;
- $y = $b; $y =~ s/<[^>]*>//g; $y =~ tr/A-Z/a-z/;
- $x cmp $y;
-} # texinfo_sort
-
-########################################################################
-sub process_index
-#
-# For example, `@cindex whatever' generates an entry in %cpindex
-#
-{
- s/\@cindex/\@cpindex/ || s/\@findex/\@fnindex/
- || s/\@vindex/\@vrindex/ || s/\@kindex/\@kyindex/
- || s/\@pindex/\@pgindex/ || s/\@tindex/\@tpindex/;
-
- /\@(..)index\s+(.*)/;
-
- if ($x=$index_style{$1}) {
- $entry = "<A HREF=\"$cthis\"><$x>$2</$x></A>";
- } else {
- $entry = "<A HREF=\"$cthis\">$2</A>";
- }
-
- print "*** \$$index_name{$1}\{$2\} = $entry\n" if $debug{'index'};
- eval "\$$index_name{$1}\{\$2\} = \$entry";
-} # process_index
-
-########################################################################
-sub print_arrows
-{
- &printHTML("<LINK REL=\"Precedes\" HREF=\"$cnext\">\n") if $next;
- &printHTML("<LINK REV=\"Precedes\" HREF=\"$cprev\">\n") if $prev;
- &printHTML("<LINK REV=\"Subdocument\" HREF=\"$cup\">\n") if $up;
- &printHTML("<LINK REV=\"Library\" HREF=\"$dirfile\">\n") if $dirfile;
- &printHTML("</HEAD><BODY><P>\n");
- if ($cprev) {
- &printHTML("<A HREF=\"$cprev\"><IMG ALIGN=MIDDLE "
- . "SRC=\"$icons/prev-arrow.gif\" ALT=\"PREV\"></A>\n");
- } else {
- &printHTML("<A><IMG ALIGN=MIDDLE "
- . "SRC=\"$icons/missing-arrow.gif\" ALT=\"prev\"></A>\n");
- }
- if ($cup) {
- &printHTML("<A HREF=\"$cup\"> <IMG ALIGN=MIDDLE "
- . "SRC=\"$icons/up-arrow.gif\" ALT=\"UP\"></A>\n");
- } else {
- &printHTML("<A><IMG ALIGN=MIDDLE "
- . "SRC=\"$icons/missing-arrow.gif\" ALT=\"up\"></A>\n");
- }
- if ($cnext) {
- &printHTML("<A HREF=\"$cnext\"><IMG ALIGN=MIDDLE "
- . "SRC=\"$icons/next-arrow.gif\" ALT=\"NEXT\"></A>\n");
- } else {
- &printHTML("<A><IMG ALIGN=MIDDLE "
- . "SRC=\"$icons/missing-arrow.gif\" ALT=\"next\"></A>\n");
- }
- if ($dirfile) {
-# XXX need new graphic for this one
- &printHTML("<A HREF=\"$dirfile\"> <IMG ALIGN=MIDDLE "
- . "SRC=\"$icons/dir-arrow.gif\" ALT=\"Bookshelf\"></A>\n");
- } else {
- &printHTML("<A><IMG ALIGN=MIDDLE "
- . "SRC=\"$icons/missing-arrow.gif\" ALT=\"Bookshelf\"></A>\n");
- }
- &printHTML("<CITE>$title</CITE>") if $title;
-}
-
-########################################################################
-sub process_node
-# On entry, $_ is an @node line.
-{
- s/^\@node\s+//;
- ($this,$next,$prev,$up) = split(/,/);
-
- &deduce_node_links() unless ($next || $prev || $up);
-
- &terminate_node();
-
- $cthis = &canonical($this);
- $cnext = &canonical($next);
- $cprev = &canonical($prev);
- $cup = &canonical($up);
-
- print "... opening $dir$cthis ...\n" if $debug{nodes};
- open(HTML,">$dir/$cthis") || die "Couldn't open $dir$cthis -- $!\n";
-
- $nfootnotes = 0;
-
- &printHTML("<HTML>\n");
- &printHTML("<!-- created $today from " .
- $origin[$start_index] . " via texi2www -->\n");
- &print_header if $header;
- &printHTML("<HEAD>\n<TITLE>$this</TITLE>\n");
- &print_arrows;
- &printHTML("</P>\n");
-
-} # process_node
-
-sub terminate_node
-{
- if ($nfootnotes) {
- &printHTML("<P><HR>\n");
- for ($n=0; $n < $nfootnotes; ++$n) {
- &printHTML("<P>\[" . ($n+1) . "\] $footnote[$n]</P>\n");
- }
- }
-
-
- &printHTML("<P><HR>\n");
- &print_arrows;
- &printHTML("</P>\n");
- &print_footer if $footer;
- &printHTML("</BODY></HTML>\n");
- close (HTML);
-}
-
-########################################################################
-sub process_section
-#
-# On entry:
-# $_ is the section command (I.e. `@chapter Overview')
-# $i is the index to $_ in @lines
-{
- &printHTML("$paragraph_end") if $in_paragraph;
- $in_paragraph = 0;
-
- /^\@(\w+)\s+(.*)/;
-
- $section_number = '';
- if ($1 eq 'chapter') {
- ++$chapter; $section=$subsection=$subsubsection=0;
- $section_number = "Chapter $chapter: ";
- } elsif ($1 eq 'section') {
- ++$section; $subsection=$subsubsection=0;
- $section_number = "$chapter.$section: ";
- } elsif ($1 eq 'subsection') {
- ++$subsection; $subsubsection=0;
- $section_number = "$chapter.$section.$subsection: ";
- } elsif ($1 eq 'subsubsection') {
- ++$subsubsection;
- $section_number = "$chapter.$section.$subsection.$subsubsection: ";
- } elsif ($1 eq 'appendix') {
- ++$appendix; $section=$subsection=$subsubsection=0;
- $x = ('A'..'Z')[$appendix-1];
- $section_number = "Appendix $x: ";
- } elsif ($1 eq 'appendixsec') {
- ++$section; $subsection=$subsubsection=0;
- $x = ('A'..'Z')[$appendix-1];
- $section_number = "$x.$section: ";
- } elsif ($1 eq 'appendixsubsec') {
- ++$subsection; $subsubsection=0;
- $x = ('A'..'Z')[$appendix-1];
- $section_number = "$x.$section.$subsection: ";
- } elsif ($1 eq 'appendixsubsubsec') {
- ++$subsubsection;
- $x = ('A'..'Z')[$appendix-1];
- $section_number = "$x.$section.$subsection.$subsubsection: ";
- }
-
- $x = $directive_section{$1};
- &printHTML("<H$x>$section_number$2</H$x>\n");
-} # process_section
-
-########################################################################
-sub process_synindex
-#
-# There's perhaps a bug here -- this presumes the @synindex comes before
-# any @?index directives; anything already in <from> doesn't get merged
-# into <to>!
-#
-{
- local ($code) = @_; # Either 0 or 1; 1 means @syncodeindex
-
- /\@syn\w*index\s+(\w+)\s+(\w+)/;
-
- print "*** synindex $1 $2\n" if $debug{'index'};
-
- $index_name{$1} = $2 . "index";
- $index_style{$1} = 'CODE' if $code;
-} # process_synindex
-
-########################################################################
-sub printHTML
-{
- local ($line) = @_;
- $line =~ s/\$R/\}/g;
- $line =~ s/\$L/\{/g;
- $line =~ s/\$A/\@/g;
- $line =~ s/\$D/\$/g;
- if ($debug{printHTML}) {
- print $line;
- } else {
- print HTML $line;
- }
-} # printHTML
-
-########################################################################
-sub print_header
-{
- unless (open(HEADER,$header)) {
- print "WARNING -- couldn't open header file \"$header\" -- $!\n";
- $header = 0;
- return;
- }
- while (<HEADER>) {
- &printHTML($_);
- }
- close(HEADER);
-}
-
-########################################################################
-sub print_footer
-{
- unless (open(FOOTER,$footer)) {
- print "WARNING -- couldn't open footer file \"$footer\" -- $!\n";
- $footer = 0;
- return;
- }
- while (<FOOTER>) {
- &printHTML($_);
- }
- close(FOOTER);
-}
-
-########################################################################
-sub read_input
-#
-# Read the texinfo source into @texinfo. Don't copy comments or the
-# `@ifxxx' and `@end ifxxx' surrounding [or the contents of] conditional
-# blocks. Read `@include' files.
-{
- local ($echo,$terminator_re,$started_at) = @_;
-
- while (&texinfo_read()) {
-
- next if (/^\@c$/ || /^\@c\s/ || /^\@comment/);
-
- if (/^\@ifinfo/) {
- &read_input($echo,'/^\@end\s+ifinfo/',
- "$texinfo_file[0] line $.");
- next;
- }
- if (/^\@ifnottex/) {
- &read_input($echo,'/^\@end\s+ifnottex/',
- "$texinfo_file[0] line $.");
- next;
- }
- if (/^\@ifhtml/) {
- &read_input($echo,'/^\@end\s+ifhtml/',
- "$texinfo_file[0] line $.");
- next;
- }
- if (/^\@iftex/) {
- &read_input(0,'/^\@end\s+iftex/',
- "$texinfo_file[0] line $.");
- next;
- }
- if (/^\@tex/) {
- &read_input(0,'/^\@end\s+tex/',
- "$texinfo_file[0] line $.");
- next;
- }
- if (/^\@ignore/) {
- # @ignore doesn't nest
- $ignore_from = "$texinfo_file[0] line $.";
- while (&texinfo_read()) {
- last if (/^\@end\s+ignore/);
- }
- unless (/^\@end\s+ignore/) {
- print "Unexpected EOF while searching from $ignore_from "
- . "for \'\@end ignore\'\n";
- }
- next;
- }
- if (/^\@titlepage/) {
- &read_input(0,'/^\@end\s+titlepage/',"$texinfo_file[0] line $.");
- next;
- }
-
- if (/^\@ifclear\s+(\S+)/) {
- &read_input($echo&&(!defined($set{$1})),'/^\@end\s+ifclear/',
- "$texinfo_file[0] line $.");
- next;
- }
- if (/^\@ifset\s+(\S+)/) {
- &read_input($echo&&defined($set{$1}),'/^\@end\s+ifset/',
- "$texinfo_file[0] line $.");
- next;
- }
-
- return if eval "$terminator_re";
-
- if (/^\@include\s+(\S+)/) {
- &open_input_file($1);
- next;
- }
-
- if (/^\@(set|clear)\s+(\S+)/) {
- if ($1 eq "set") {
- $set{$2} = 1;
- } else {
- undef($set{$2});
- }
- }
-
- next unless $echo;
-
- if (/^\@(\w+)/) {next if $ignore_these_directives{$1};}
-
- # Hide @@, @{, and @} so later on it'll be easier to process
- # stuff like `@code{@@TeX@{@}}'.
- s/\$/\$D/g; s/\@\@/\$A/g; s/\@{/\$L/g; s/\@}/\$R/g;
-
- # Convert the HTML special characters
- s/\&/\&amp;/g; s/\</\&lt;/g; s/\>/\&gt;/g; s/\"/\&quot;/g;
-
- $texinfo[$ntexinfo] = $_;
- $origin[$ntexinfo] = "$texinfo_file[0] line $.";
- ++$ntexinfo;
- }
-
- print "Unexpected EOF while searching from $started_at "
- . "for $terminator_re\n";
-} # read_input
-
-########################################################################
-sub initialize_tables
-{
- # Lists which `@x{y}' get expanded into `y'.
- %atxy_2_y = (
- 'asis', 1,
- 'r', 1,
- 'w', 1,
- );
-
- # Describes which `@x{y}' get expanded into `<z>y</z>' and what `z'
- # is in those expansions! (If the expansion matches
- # ``/(.*),(.*),(.*)/'' then y actually expands to ``$1<$2>y</$2>$3'';
- # if z (or $2) begins with ^ then uppercase y before doing the
- # expansion).
- %atxy_2_zyz= (
- 'b', 'STRONG',
- 'caption', "<STRONG>,CENTER,</STRONG>",
- 'cite', 'CITE',
- 'code', "CODE",
- 'dfn', 'EM',
- 'dmn', 'EM',
- 'emph', 'EM',
- 'file', "`,CODE,'",
- 'i', 'EM',
- 'kbd', 'KBD',
- 'key', '^CODE',
- 'math', 'CODE',
- 'samp', "`,CODE,'",
- 'sc', '^EM',
- 'strong', 'STRONG',
- 't', 'CODE',
- 'titlefont', 'CITE',
- 'var', 'VAR',
- );
-
- # Describes which `@x{y}' can be expanded into `z' and what `z' is in
- # those expansions!
- %atxy_2_z = (
- 'TeX', '<i>T</i>e<i>X</i>',
- 'bullet', '*',
- 'copyright', '(C)',
- 'dots', '...',
- 'equiv', '==',
- 'error', 'error-->',
- 'expansion', '==>',
- 'minus', '-',
- 'point', '-!-',
- 'print', '-|',
- 'result', '=>',
- 'today', &today(),
- );
-
- # Lists the '@x{y}' cross reference commands, and describes how they get
- # expanded. Note the 'X' beginning each expansion -- it's there so 'ref'
- # doesn't get expanded to ''!
- %atxy_2_ref = (
- 'xref', 'XSee ',
- 'ref', 'X',
- 'pxref', 'Xsee ',
- 'href', 'X',
- 'uref', 'X',
- 'url', 'X',
- 'email', 'X',
- 'inforef', 'XSee ',
- );
-
- %ignore_these_directives = (
- 'author', 1,
- 'break', 1,
- 'contents', 1,
- 'evenfooting', 1,
- 'everyfooting', 1,
- 'everyheading', 1,
- 'finalout', 1,
- 'footnotestyle', 1,
- 'headings', 1,
- 'need', 1,
- 'noindent', 1,
- 'oddfooting', 1,
- 'page', 1,
- 'paragraphindent', 1,
- 'setchapternewpage', 1,
- 'setcontentsaftertitlepage', 1,
- 'setfilename', 1,
- 'shortcontents', 1,
- 'shorttitlepage', 1,
- 'smallbook', 1,
- 'sp', 1,
- 'subtitle', 1,
- 'summarycontents', 1,
- 'top', 1,
- 'vskip', 1,
- );
-
- # List the section directives and indicate what heading level
- # each one gets.
- %directive_section = (
- 'chapter', 1,
- 'section', 2,
- 'subsection', 3,
- 'subsubsection',4,
- 'appendix', 1,
- 'appendixsec', 2,
- 'appendixsubsec', 3,
- 'appendixsubsubsec', 4,
- 'chapheading', 1,
- 'majorheading', 1,
- 'heading', 2,
- 'subheading', 3,
- 'subsubheading', 4,
- 'unnumbered', 1,
- 'unnumberedsec', 2,
- 'unnumberedsubsec', 3,
- 'unnumberedsubsubsec', 4,
- );
-
- # These @ directives begin a block of preformatted text
- # (">PRE" means indented inside <PRE>...</PRE>)
- %directive_block = (
- 'cartouche', 'HR',
- 'display', '>PRE',
- 'example', '>PRE',
- 'format', 'PRE',
- 'group', '-',
- 'lisp', '>PRE',
- 'quotation', 'BLOCKQUOTE',
- 'smallexample','>PRE',
- );
-
- %index_name = (
- 'cp', 'cpindex',
- 'fn', 'fnindex',
- 'ky', 'kyindex',
- 'pg', 'pgindex',
- 'tp', 'tpindex',
- 'vr', 'vrindex',
- );
- %index_style = (
- 'fn', 'CODE',
- 'ky', 'CODE',
- 'pg', 'CODE',
- 'tp', 'CODE',
- 'vr', 'CODE',
- );
-} # initialize_tables
-
-########################################################################
-sub open_input_file
-{
- my $file = "$_[0]" ;
- if ( not -f "$file" )
- {
- foreach $i ( @include_path )
- {
- if ( -f "$i/$_[0]" ) { $file = "$i/$_[0]"; last ; }
- }
- }
- unshift(@texinfo_file,$file);
- print "opening $file ...\n" if $debug{open_input_file};
- open($texinfo_file[0],$file) || die "Couldn't open $file: $!\n";
-} # open_input_file
-
-########################################################################
-sub texinfo_read
-# Reads the next line of texinfo input into $_.
-{
- do {
- $fd = $texinfo_file[0];
- $_ = <$fd>;
- } while ($_ eq '' && shift @texinfo_file);
- return $_;
-} # texinfo_read
-
-########################################################################
-sub today
-{
- $today = `date`;
- $today =~ s/\w+ (\w+ +[0-9]+) [0-9]+:[0-9]+:[0-9]+ \w+ ([0-9]+)\n/$1 $2/;
- $today =~ s/ +/ /g;
- return $today;
-} # today
-
-########################################################################
-sub copy_to_destdir
-{
- ($copy_from) = @_;
-
- if ($copy_from =~ m|(.*)/([^/]*)|) {
- $copy_from_dir = $1;
- $copy_from_file = $2;
- } else {
- $copy_from_dir = ".";
- $copy_from_file = $copy_from;
- }
-
- if ($copy_from_dir ne $dir && !-e "$dir/$copy_from_file") {
- system("cp $copy_from $dir")
- && die "Couldn\'t \`cp $copy_from $dir\'\n";
- }
-}
diff --git a/doc/tools/texi2www/texi2www.texi b/doc/tools/texi2www/texi2www.texi
deleted file mode 100644
index 3a0f54d5a0..0000000000
--- a/doc/tools/texi2www/texi2www.texi
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,708 +0,0 @@
-\input texinfo @c -*-texinfo-*-
-
-@comment %**start of header
-@setfilename texi2www
-@settitle texi2www user's guide
-@setcontentsaftertitlepage
-@comment %**end of header
-
-@finalout
-
-@titlepage
-@title texi2www
-@author Tim Singletary
-@end titlepage
-
-@iftex
-@everyfooting @| Jan 2 1996
-@end iftex
-
-@comment ******************************************************** TOP
-@node Top,,,(dir)
-@ifhtml
-This document describes @var{texi2www}, a utility for converting
-texinfo to HTML.
-
-This document provides a pretty good example of @var{texi2www}'s texinfo
-to HTML conversion. @href{Click here,,,texi2wwwdoc.texi.txt} to view
-the texinfo source to this document.
-@end ifhtml
-
-@menu
-* Overview:: What is texi2www? texinfo? HTML? mosaic? WWW?
-* Real life:: A real-life example using texi2www
-* Invocation:: Command line args, etc.
-* Extensions:: @@ commands not in GNU texinfo
-* Known Bugs:: Oops!
-* Demo:: What various things look like
-
-* texi2dvi::
-
-* Index::
-@end menu
-
-@ifhtml
-@today{}.
-@end ifhtml
-
-
-@comment **************************************************** CHAPTER
-@node Overview
-@unnumbered Overview
-@cindex What is HTML
-@cindex What is texinfo
-@cindex What is mosaic
-@cindex texi2html
-@cindex info2html
-@cindex Other texinfo to HTML converters
-
-@var{Texi2www} converts texinfo to HTML:
-
-@table @asis
-@item
-@table @asis
-@item texinfo
-A documentation system that uses a single source file to produce both
-on-line documentation and printed output. For details see
-@ref{Top,the Texinfo User's Guide,Overview,texinfo,The Texinfo User's Guide}.
-@item HTML
-@href{HyperText Markup Language,,,
-http://www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/General/Internet/WWW/HTMLPrimer.html}
-used in World Wide Web documents. Programs like mosaic
-understand HTML.
-@end table
-@end table
-
-Texinfo's on-line documentation viewers (emacs, info, xinfo, etc.) are
-quite limited when compared to mosaic. Mosaic supports multiple fonts,
-variable width fonts, embedded images, and hypertext links to anywhere
-(not just to other texinfo documents). In addition, mosaic keeps a
-history of nodes visited and can easily go back to previously visited
-nodes.
-
-@var{Texinfo} converts @var{texinfo} directly to @var{HTML} without
-going through an intermediate @var{info} conversion.
-
-Other @var{texinfo} to @var{HTML} converters include:
-
-@table @asis
-@item
-@href{@var{http://wwwcn.cern.ch/dci/texi2html/},,,
- http://wwwcn.cern.ch/dci/texi2html/}; and
-@item
-@href{@var{http://www.ericsson.nl/info2www/info2www.html},,,
- http://www.ericsson.nl/info2www/info2www.html}
-@end table
-
-Texi2html is very good, but is different from texi2www in several respects,
-including:
-
-@itemize
-@item Texi2www processes @@ifinfo blocks, whereas texi2html processes
- @@iftex blocks.
-@item Texi2www always generates menus, whereas menu generation is
- optional in texi2html.
-@item Texi2www generates a seperate document for each node, wherease
- texi2html can combine several nodes into one document.
-@item Texi2www adds @href{@code{@@ifhtml} blocks,ifhtml blocks},
- @href{@code{@@html} blocks,html blocks}, and @href{@code{@@href@{@}},
- href}. Texi2html has @code{@@ifhtml} blocks, but they work like
- texi2www's @code{@@html} blocks.
-@item Texi2www uses icons for the prev, up, and next links; texi2html
- doesn't.
-@end itemize
-
-Texi2www is written in perl and may be used and distributed under the
-terms of the @href{GNU General Public License,Copying,emacs}.
-
-Texi2www was written by
-@href{Tim Singletary,,,
-http://sunland.gsfc.nasa.gov/personnel/aam/singletary.html}
-(@cite{tsingle@@sunland.gsfc.nasa.gov}) and is available at
-@href{@var{ftp://sunland.gsfc.nasa.gov/pub/tarfiles/texi2www.tgz},,,
-ftp://sunland.gsfc.nasa.gov/pub/tarfiles/texi2www.tgz}.
-
-@comment **************************************************** CHAPTER
-@node Real life
-@chapter A Real Life Example
-
-Here's how I used texi2www to set up a
-@href{directory of texinfo documents,,,
- http://sunland.gsfc.nasa.gov/info/dir.html}.
-This discussion is the minimum I had to do to set up
-@href{texinfo,,,http://sunland.gsfc.nasa.gov/info/texinfo/Top.html} and
-texi2www.
-First, I created the directory ``@var{$HTDOCS/info}'' (@var{$HTDOCS} is
-the root directory of my web server).
-
-Then, I copied arrow icons ``@var{missing-arrow.gif}'',
-``@var{next-arrow.gif}'', ``@var{prev-arrow.gif}'', and
-``@var{up-arrow.gif}'' into ``@var{$HTDOCS/info}''.
-(I obtained my icons from
-@cite{Rutgers University Network Services} at
-@href{http://ns2.rutgers.edu/doc-images/buttons,,,
- http://ns2.rutgers.edu/doc-images/buttons}.)
-
-Next, I created subdirectories ``@var{$HTDOCS/info/texinfo}'' and
-``@var{$HTDOCS/info/texi2wwwdoc}''.
-(I determined the names of these subdirectories by examining the
-``@var{@@setfilename}'' line in the texinfo files.
-files; @var{texi2wwwdoc.texi} contains the line
-``@var{@@setfilename texi2wwwdoc.info}'' and @var{texinfo.texi} contains
-``@var{@@setfilename texinfo.info}''.
-
-Next, I copied the texinfo files into the appropriate directories. This
-step isn't strictly required, but I think its a good idea since it makes
-it simple to keep track of which texinfo files generated which set of
-html documents.
-
-Then I generated the html documents. I used the commands:
-@example
-> cd $HTDOCS/info/texinfo
-> texi2www texinfo.texi
-Normal completion.
-> cd ../texi2wwwdoc
-> texi2www texi2wwwdoc.texi
-Normal completion.
-@end example
-Examing these directories shows that a bunch of @var{.html} files got
-generated, including, in each directory, ``@var{Top.html}''.
-
-Finally, I created a table of contents file
-``@var{$HTDOCS/info/dir.html}''. The first version of that file looked
-like:
-
-@example
-<HTML>
-<HEAD><TITLE>info directory table of contents</TITLE></HEAD>
-<BODY>
-<MENU>
-<LI><A HREF="texinfo/Top.html">texinfo</A>
- GNU texinfo version 3.1
-<LI><A HREF="texi2wwwdoc/Top.html">texi2www</A>
- Converts texinfo to html
-</MENU>
-</BODY></HTML>
-@end example
-
-@comment **************************************************** CHAPTER
-@node Invocation
-@chapter Invocation
-@cindex Command line options
-@cindex Obtaining gif files
-
-@unnumberedsec Synopsys
-
-@code{texi2www [options] texinfo-file}
-
-@unnumberedsec Options
-@table @asis
-
-@item @code{-dir} @var{path}
- Specifies the path to the directory where the
- generated files get placed. If not specified, the current
- directory is assumed.
-
-@item @code{-footer} @var{file}
- Specifies a file whose contents get
- appended at the bottom of each generated HTML file. Typically
- looks something like:
-
-@example
-<HR>
-<P>Back to our <A HREF="../../homepage.html">home page</A>.</P>
-@end example
-
-@item @code{-icons} @var{path}
- Specifies the path (relative to the directory where the generated
- files get placed) to the arrow files. If not specified, @file{..}
- is assumed. The names of the arrow
- files are @file{up_arrow.gif}, @file{left_arrow.gif},
- @file{right_arrow.gif}, and @file{missing_arrow.gif}
-
-@end table
-
-@unnumberedsec Directory structure
-
-Texi2www will generate a set of HTML files from each texinfo document;
-each set of HTML files must go in a seperate directory (why? one reason
-is because each set includes a file named @code{Top.html}!).
-
-These directories should be subdirectories of the same base directory.
-Assume the base directory is @code{$TEXIBASE}. Then HTML files for
-emacs go in directory @code{$TEXIBASE/emacs}, HTML files for texinfo go
-in @code{$TEXIBASE/texinfo}, etc, where the name of the subdirectory is
-the same as the name of the info file (so cross references between
-documents will work).
-
-In addition to the subdirectories of HTML files, @code{$TEXIBASE}
-contains a file @code{dir.html} and the four arrow gif files
-@code{up_arrow.gif}, @code{left_arrow.gif}, @code{right_arrow.gif}, and
-@code{missing_arrow.gif}.
-
-@code{$TEXIBASE/dir.html} is typically just a menu of links to the
-subdirectories and can be as simple as
-
-@example
-<HTML><HEAD><TITLE>dir</TITLE></HEAD>
-<BODY>
-<MENU>
-<LI><A HREF="emacs/Top.html">emacs</A>
-<LI><A HREF="texinfo/Top.html">texinfo</A>
-</MENU>
-</BODY></HTML>
-@end example
-
-(@code{$TEXIBASE/dir.html} is not generated via texi2www and must be
-created by hand).
-
-
-
-@comment **************************************************** CHAPTER
-@node Extensions
-@chapter Extensions
-@ifhtml
-Texi2www understands the following extensions to pure texinfo:
-@end ifhtml
-@menu
-* ifhtml blocks:: @code{@@ifhtml} and @code{@@end ifhtml}
-* html blocks:: @code{@@html} and @code{@@end html}
-* href:: @code{@@href@{text,node,file,URL@}}
-* gif:: @code{@@gif@{gif-file@}}
-@end menu
-
-@comment ******************************************************* NODE
-@comment Top -> Extensions ->
-@node ifhtml blocks
-@section @code{@@ifhtml} and @code{@@end ifhtml}
-@cindex Conditional HTML blocks
-
-@var{@@ifhtml} blocks are similar to @var{@@ifinfo} and @var{@@iftex}
-blocks. Lines between @var{@@ifhtml} and @var{@@end ifhtml} get
-processed when generating the hypertext manual but get ignored when
-generating the printed manual.
-
-@var{texinfo.tex} (in @var{/usr/local/lib/tex/macros} on my machine)
-needs to be modified in order to use @@ifhtml. I inserted
-@example
-\def\ifhtml@{\doignore@{ifhtml@}@}
-@end example
-after the @code{\def\ifinfo@{\doignore@{ifinfo@}@}} line (line
-596 ???).
-
-In most cases, it is better to use @var{@@ifinfo} than @var{@@ifhtml}.
-
-@comment ******************************************************* NODE
-@node html blocks
-@section @code{@@html} and @code{@@end html}
-@cindex Pure HTML blocks
-
-@var{@@html} blocks are similar to @var{@@tex} blocks; @var{@@html}
-blocks only get processed when generating HTML and lines within
-@var{@@html} blocks may contain HTML commands.
-
-@ifhtml
-For example,
-
-@example
-@@html
-produces <EM>&lt;EM&gt;</EM> in HTML is like @@var@{@@@@var@} in texinfo.
-@@end html
-@end example
-
-@html
-produces <EM>&lt;EM&gt;</EM> in HTML is like @var{@@var} in texinfo.
-@end html
-@end ifhtml
-
-@var{texinfo.tex} (in @var{/usr/local/lib/tex/macros} on my machine)
-needs to be modified in order to use @@ifhtml. I inserted
-@example
-\def\html@{\doignore@{html@}@}
-@end example
-after the @code{\def\ifinfo@{\doignore@{ifinfo@}@}} line (line
-596 ???).
-
-@comment ******************************************************* NODE
-@node href
-@section @code{@@href@{text,node,file,URL@}}
-
-Use @code{@@href@{text,node,file,URL@}} when you want a hypertext link in an
-HTML document and plain text everywhere else.
-
-@var{Text} is the text you want displayed in the document.
-@var{Node},@var{file}, and @var{URL} indicate what @var{text} is linked to.
-@var{Node} and @var{file} are a normal texinfo style node reference;
-@var{URL} is a HTML URL.
-One of @var{node} or @var{URL} must be specified (if both are specified,
-@var{URL} is used).
-
-The @href{texinfo source used to create this
-document,,,texi2wwwdoc.texi.txt} contains numerous examples of how
-@@href might be used.
-
-@var{texinfo.tex} (in @var{/usr/local/lib/tex/macros} on my machine)
-needs to be modified in order to use @@href@{@}. All I did was insert
-@example
-\def\href#1{\hrefX[#1,,,]}
-\def\hrefX[#1,#2,#3,#4]{#1}
-@end example
-before the @code{\def\pxref} line (line 3497 ???).
-
-@comment ******************************************************* NODE
-@node gif
-@section @code{@@gif@{@var{pict.gif}@}}
-
-This extension provides a method for inserting a gif file in both the
-html and printed document. For example, here are my arrow icons:
-@*
-prev: @gif{prev-arrow.gif},
-up: @gif{up-arrow.gif},
-and next: @gif{next-arrow.gif}
-
-@subsection @code{@@gif@{@}} and @var{texi2www}
-
-@var{texi2www} copies @var{pict.gif} to the destination directory.
-
-@subsection @code{@@gif@{@}} and @var{texi2dvi}
-
-@href{@var{texi2dvi},texi2dvi} converts @var{pict.gif} to a font and
-uses this font to insert the picture in the document. This conversion
-to a font requires that the pbmplus and bm2font utilities be installed on
-your system:
-
-@table @asis
-@item pbmplus
- A suite of utilities for manipulating images. @var{texi2dvi} uses
- @var{giftopnm}, @var{pnmscale}, @var{pnmnlfilt}, @var{ppmquant},
- and @var{ppmtogif}. These utilities can be obtained from
- @href{@code{
- <ftp://ftp.x.org/contrib/utilities/netpbm-1mar1994.tar.gz>},,,
- ftp://ftp.x.org/contrib/utilities/netpbm-1mar1994.tar.gz}.
-
-
-@item bm2font
- @var{bm2font} converts a bitmap images (including ``@code{.gif}''
- images) to a font that can be used in a @TeX{} document.
- @var{bm2font} can be obtained from
- @href{@code{<ftp://ftp.shsu.edu/tex-archive/graphics/bm2font.tar.gz>},,,
- ftp://ftp.shsu.edu/tex-archive/graphics/bm2font.tar.gz}.
-@end table
-
-@comment **************************************************** CHAPTER
-@node Known Bugs
-@chapter Known Bugs
-
-@enumerate
-
-@item The @href{@code{@@center},titlefont center sp,texinfo} command
- doesn't work since HTML doesn't support centering yet.
-
-@item The @href{@code{@@noindent},noindent,texinfo} and
- @href{@code{@@exdent},exdent,texinfo} commands don't work since
- HTML doesn't include any facility to control indentation.
-
-@item Mark specifications in the @href{@code{@@itemize},itemize,texinfo}
- command are ignored since HTML doesn't include any facility to
- specify the tag in itemized lists.
-
-@item The @href{emacs texinfo files need to be tweaked,
- problems with emacs} to work with @var{texi2www}.
-
-@item One @href{@code{@@gif},gif} command is allowed per line.
-
-@end enumerate
-
-@unnumberedsec Fixed Bugs
-
-@enumerate
-
-@item Previous versions didn't handle nested tables correctly. The
- @@item following an inner @@table would be drawn in the wrong
- font. @var{(tsingle, Jan 2 1996)}
-
-@item Previous versions didn't capitalize
- @href{@code{@@sc@{@}},Smallcaps,texinfo} text. (There's still
- the problem of HTML not supporting true smallcaps, however).
- @var{(tsingle, Sep 6 1995)}
-
-@item Previous versions of @var{texi2www} didn't correctly index
- @href{@code{@@ftable} and @code{@@vtable},ftable vtable,texinfo}
- items; this bug has been fixed! @var{(tsingle, Aug 17 1995)}
-
-@end enumerate
-
-@node problems with emacs
-@section emacs.texi @result{} HTML problems
-
-The file @var{man/commands.texi} distributed with GNU Emacs version
-version 19.25 contains, near the top of the file:
-
-@example
-@@c See file emacs.texi for copying conditions.
-@@iftex
-@@chapter Characters, Keys and Commands
-
- This chapter explains the character set used by Emacs for input commands
-and for the contents of files, and also explains the concepts of
-@@dfn@{keys@} and @@dfn@{commands@} which are necessary for understanding how
-your keyboard input is understood by Emacs.
-@@end iftex
-@@node User Input, Keys, Screen, Top
-@@section Keyboard Input
-@end example
-
-Texi2www doesn't see the @@chapter since it's inside an @@iftex block;
-this confuses texi2www's chapter numbering. My fix was to change this
-section to:
-
-@example
-@@c See file emacs.texi for copying conditions.
-@@node User Input, Keys, Screen, Top
-@@chapter Characters, Keys and Commands
-@@iftex
-
- This chapter explains the character set used by Emacs for input commands
-and for the contents of files, and also explains the concepts of
-@@dfn@{keys@} and @@dfn@{commands@} which are necessary for understanding how
-your keyboard input is understood by Emacs.
-@@end iftex
-@@section Keyboard Input
-@end example
-
-@var{killing.texi}, @var{misc.texi}, and @var{trouble.texi} have similar
-problems.
-
-@comment **************************************************** CHAPTER
-@node Demo
-@appendix Sample output
-
-This document itself is a pretty good example of what texi2www supports
-and produces. Following are some examples to really make things clear;
-to fully appreciate these examples compare the source and printed output
-to your html viewer.
-
-@menu
-* Fonts:: @@var@{@}, etc.
-* Glyphs:: @@result@{@}, etc.
-* Blocks:: @@example ... @@end example, etc.
-* Tables and Lists:: @@table .. @@end table, etc.
-@end menu
-
-@comment **************************************************** SECTION
-@node Fonts
-@unnumberedsec Text markup
-
-Texi2www supports:
-
-@table @asis
-
-@item @@b@{@var{bold text}@} @result{} @b{bold text}
-Here is @b{some text} in the @@b font.
-
-@item @@cite@{@var{reference}@} @result{} @cite{reference}
-Indicate the name of a book.
-Here is @cite{some text} in the @@cite font.
-
-@item @@code@{@var{sample-code}@} @result{} @code{sample-code}
-Indicate text that is a literal example of a piece of a program.
-Here is @code{some text} in the @@code font.
-
-@item @@dfn@{@var{term}@} @result{} @dfn{term}
-Indicate the introductory or defining use of a term.
-Here is @dfn{some text} in the @@dfn font.
-
-@item @@dmn@{@var{text}@} @result{} @dmn{text}
-Here is @dmn{some text} in the @@dmn font.
-
-@item @@emph@{@var{text}@} @result{} @emph{text}
-Here is @emph{some text} in the @@emph font.
-
-@item @@file@{@var{file-name}@} @result{} @file{file-name}
-Indicate the name of a file.
-Here is @file{some text} in the @@file font.
-
-@item @@i@{@var{italic text}@} @result{} @i{italic text}
-Here is @i{some text} in the @@i font.
-
-@item @@kbd@{@var{keyboard-characters}@} @result{} @kbd{keyboard-characters}
-Indicate keyboard input.
-Here is @kbd{some text} in the @@kbd font.
-
-@item @@key@{@var{key-name}@} @result{} @key{key-name}
-Indicate the conventional name for a key on a keyboard.
-Here is @key{some text} in the @@key font.
-
-@item @@math@{@var{ax^2+b}@} @result{} @math{ax^2+b}
-Here is @r{some text} in the @@math font.
-
-@item @@r@{@var{roman font text}@} @result{} @r{roman font text}
-Here is @r{some text} in the @@r font.
-
-@item @@samp@{@var{text}@} @result{} @samp{text}
-Indicate text that is a literal example of a sequence of characters.
-Here is @samp{some text} in the @@samp font.
-
-@item @@sc@{@var{text}@} @result{} @sc{text}
-Here is @sc{some text} in the @@sc font.
-
-@item @@strong@{@var{text}@} @result{} @strong{text}
-Here is @strong{some text} in the @@strong font.
-
-@item @@t@{@var{fixed-width text}@} @result{} @t{fixed-width text}
-Here is @t{some text} in the @@t font.
-
-@item @@titlefont@{@var{text}@} @result{} @titlefont{text}
-Here is @titlefont{some text} in the @@titlefont font.
-
-@item @@var@{@var{metasyntactic-variable}@} @result{} @var{metasyntactic-variable}
-Indicate a metasyntactic variable.
-Here is @var{some text} in the @@var font.
-
-@end table
-
-
-@comment **************************************************** SECTION
-@node Glyphs
-@unnumberedsec Glyphs
-
-@table @asis
-
-@item @@TeX@{@} @result{} @TeX{}
-@item @@bullet@{@} @result{} @bullet{}
-@item @@copyright@{@} @result{} @copyright{}
-@item @@dots@{@} @result{} @dots{}
-@item @@equiv@{@} @result{} @equiv{}
-@item @@error@{@} @result{} @error{}
-@item @@expansion@{@} @result{} @expansion{}
-@item @@minus@{@} @result{} @minus{}
-@item @@point@{@} @result{} @point{}
-@item @@print@{@} @result{} @print{}
-@item @@result@{@} @result{} @result{}
-@item @@today@{@} @result{} @today{}
-
-@end table
-
-@comment **************************************************** SECTION
-@node Blocks
-@unnumberedsec Blocks
-
-@example
-@cartouche
-@@example
-@@cartouche
-Here's two lines
-of text
-@@end cartouche
-@@end example
-@end cartouche
-@end example
-
-@display
-@@display
-Here's two lines
-of text
-@@end display
-@end display
-
-@example
-@@example
-Here's two lines
-of text
-@@end example
-@end example
-
-@format
-@@format
-Here's two lines
-of text
-@@end format
-@end format
-
-@lisp
-@@lisp
-Here's two lines
-of text
-@@end lisp
-@end lisp
-
-@quotation
-@@quotation
-Here's two lines
-of text
-@@end quotation
-@end quotation
-
-@smallexample
-@@smallexample
-Here's two lines
-of text
-@@end smallexample
-@end smallexample
-
-@comment **************************************************** SECTION
-@node Tables and Lists
-@unnumberedsec Tables and Lists
-
-@example
-@@table @@code
-@@item code-one
-@@table @@var
-@@item var-one
-@@table @@samp
-@@item samp-one
-Hmmm.
-@@item samp-two
-Mmmmh.
-@@end table
-@@item var-two
-Huh?
-@@end table
-@@item code-two
-Duh?
-@@end table
-@end example
-
-@table @code
-@item code-one
-@table @var
-@item var-one
-@table @samp
-@item samp-one
-Hmmm.
-@item samp-two
-Mmmmh.
-@end table
-@item var-two
-Huh?
-@end table
-@item code-two
-Duh?
-@end table
-
-
-@comment **************************************************** CHAPTER
-@node texi2dvi
-@appendix texi2dvi & texinfo.tex
-
-Versions of ``@code{texi2dvi}'' and ``@code{texinfo.tex}'' are included
-with this package. These are compatible with the
-@href{texi2www extensions,Extensions}.
-
-@appendixsec texi2dvi
-
-@appendixsec texinfo.tex
-
-``@code{texinfo.tex}'' is a @TeX{} macro used during the @var{texinfo}
-@result{} @var{dvi} conversion.
-
-
-
-
-@comment **************************************************** CHAPTER
-@node Index
-@unnumbered Index
-@printindex cp
-
-@contents
-@bye
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