Commit 768e4b74 authored by Karl Berry's avatar Karl Berry
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(Help-Cross): move to be a subnode of Cross-refs, instead of leaving it dangling.

parent efbecf9d
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@syncodeindex vr cp
@syncodeindex ky cp
@comment %**end of header
@comment $Id: info.texi,v 1.11 2001/04/17 12:13:47 eliz Exp $
@comment $Id: info.texi,v 1.20 2001/05/03 14:02:33 karl Exp $
@dircategory Texinfo documentation system
@direntry
......@@ -91,7 +91,7 @@ To learn advanced Info commands, type @kbd{n} twice. This brings you to
* Getting Started:: Getting started using an Info reader.
* Advanced Info:: Advanced commands within Info.
* Creating an Info File:: How to make your own Info file.
* Index:: An Index of topics, commands, and variables.
* Index:: An index of topics, commands, and variables.
@end menu
@node Getting Started, Advanced Info, Top, Top
......@@ -771,55 +771,6 @@ underlying text and the mouse pointer change in response.
@c If a menu appears at the end of this node, remove it.
@c It is an accident of the menu updating command.
@node Help-Cross, , , Help-Adv
@subsection The node reached by the cross reference in Info
This is the node reached by the cross reference named @samp{Cross}.
While this node is specifically intended to be reached by a cross
reference, most cross references lead to nodes that ``belong''
someplace else far away in the structure of an Info document. So you
cannot expect this node to have a @samp{Next}, @samp{Previous} or
@samp{Up} links pointing back to where you came from. In general, the
@kbd{l} (el) command is the only way to get back there.
@format
>> Type @kbd{l} to return to the node where the cross reference was.
@end format
@node Help-Q, , Help-Adv, Getting Started
@comment node-name, next, previous, up
@section Quitting Info
@kindex q @r{(Info mode)}
@findex Info-exit
@cindex quitting Info mode
To get out of Info, back to what you were doing before, type @kbd{q}
for @dfn{Quit}. This runs @code{Info-exit} in Emacs.
This is the end of the basic course on using Info. You have learned
how to move in an Info document, and how to follow menus and cross
references. This makes you ready for reading manuals top to bottom,
as new users should do when they learn a new package.
Another set of Info commands is useful when you need to find
something quickly in a manual---that is, when you need to use a manual
as a reference rather than as a tutorial. We urge you to make learn
these search commands as well. If you want to do that now, follow this
cross reference to @ref{Info Search}.
Yet another set of commands are meant for experienced users; you can
find them by looking in the Directory node for documentation on Info.
Finding them will be a good exercise in using Info in the usual
manner.
@format
>> Type @kbd{d} to go to the Info directory node; then type
@kbd{mInfo} and Return, to get to the node about Info and
see what other help is available.
@end format
@node Advanced Info
@chapter Info for Experts
......@@ -1151,6 +1102,60 @@ examples of cross references pointers:
@emph{These are just examples.} The places they ``lead to'' do not
really exist!
@menu
* Help-Cross:: Target of a cross-reference.
@end menu
@node Help-Cross, , , Cross-refs
@subsection The node reached by the cross reference in Info
This is the node reached by the cross reference named @samp{Cross}.
While this node is specifically intended to be reached by a cross
reference, most cross references lead to nodes that ``belong''
someplace else far away in the structure of an Info document. So you
cannot expect this node to have a @samp{Next}, @samp{Previous} or
@samp{Up} links pointing back to where you came from. In general, the
@kbd{l} (el) command is the only way to get back there.
@format
>> Type @kbd{l} to return to the node where the cross reference was.
@end format
@node Help-Q, , Help-Adv, Getting Started
@comment node-name, next, previous, up
@section Quitting Info
@kindex q @r{(Info mode)}
@findex Info-exit
@cindex quitting Info mode
To get out of Info, back to what you were doing before, type @kbd{q}
for @dfn{Quit}. This runs @code{Info-exit} in Emacs.
This is the end of the basic course on using Info. You have learned
how to move in an Info document, and how to follow menus and cross
references. This makes you ready for reading manuals top to bottom,
as new users should do when they learn a new package.
Another set of Info commands is useful when you need to find
something quickly in a manual---that is, when you need to use a manual
as a reference rather than as a tutorial. We urge you to make learn
these search commands as well. If you want to do that now, follow this
cross reference to @ref{Info Search}.
Yet another set of commands are meant for experienced users; you can
find them by looking in the Directory node for documentation on Info.
Finding them will be a good exercise in using Info in the usual
manner.
@format
>> Type @kbd{d} to go to the Info directory node; then type
@kbd{mInfo} and Return, to get to the node about Info and
see what other help is available.
@end format
@node Tags, Checking, Cross-refs, Advanced Info
@comment node-name, next, previous, up
@section Tags Tables for Info Files
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