Re: Texinfo and apostrophes

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Re: Texinfo and apostrophes

Rik-4
On 01/05/2018 09:00 AM, [hidden email] wrote:
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Re: Minimum Texinfo version for creating the documentation
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Mike Miller-4 wrote
If we are only talking about the existence of the macros
@codequoteundirected and @sortas, those are defined in the texinfo.tex
file which we inherit from gnulib, so there might not be a problem at
all.
Are the macros, defined in texinfo.tex, used for the HTML output as well?  I
assume this is where my build fails using Texinfo 4.13.
Lots of progress being made on this over at bug #52775.  The answer to your question seems to be "no", the macros are not being used by makeinfo when creating HTML output, although they should be.  Also, Automake is not using its own build rules, but ones that we wrote specifically, so it is our issue to correct that.

--Rik