Commit 7f95255f authored by Karl Berry's avatar Karl Berry
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no @anchor in mid-paragraph

parent b21038b5
2007-05-03 Karl Berry <karl@tug.org>
* control.texi (Signaling Errors) <signal>: texinfo.tex is fixed,
so restore anchor to normal position after defun. Found by Kevin Ryde.
2007-04-28 Karl Berry <karl@gnu.org> 2007-04-28 Karl Berry <karl@gnu.org>
* elisp.texi: Improve line breaks on copyright page, * elisp.texi: Improve line breaks on copyright page,
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...@@ -783,13 +783,10 @@ undesirable results. Instead, use @code{(error "%s" @var{string})}. ...@@ -783,13 +783,10 @@ undesirable results. Instead, use @code{(error "%s" @var{string})}.
@end defun @end defun
@defun signal error-symbol data @defun signal error-symbol data
This
@anchor{Definition of signal} @anchor{Definition of signal}
@c unfortunately, a page break is allowed if the anchor immediately This function signals an error named by @var{error-symbol}. The
@c follows the @defun, due to hard-to-fix TeXnicalities. argument @var{data} is a list of additional Lisp objects relevant to
function signals an error named by @var{error-symbol}. The the circumstances of the error.
argument @var{data} is a list of additional Lisp objects relevant to the
circumstances of the error.
The argument @var{error-symbol} must be an @dfn{error symbol}---a symbol The argument @var{error-symbol} must be an @dfn{error symbol}---a symbol
bearing a property @code{error-conditions} whose value is a list of bearing a property @code{error-conditions} whose value is a list of
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