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Re: Emacs manual URL citations for use in mail

From: Reiner Steib
Subject: Re: Emacs manual URL citations for use in mail
Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2008 21:43:28 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.110011 (No Gnus v0.11) Emacs/22.2.50 (gnu/linux)

On Wed, Jun 11 2008, address@hidden wrote:

> I know there is a format one can use to cite a section of the emacs
> manual inside mail or a post, but could not find that format in the
> emacs manual with a few (possibly badly aimed) regex searches.

Does this help?

,----[ <f1> f rs-info-insert-current-node RET ]
| rs-info-insert-current-node is an interactive Lisp function in `rs-info'.
| (rs-info-insert-current-node style &optional noinsert)
| Insert reference to current Info node using style in buffer.
| If noinsert (the prefix), return the string instead.
| Possible styles (must be a symbol):
| - `emacs' (Emacs style): (info "(file)node")
| - `emacs-press': as `emacs' plus a note about `C-x C-e'
| - `emacs-keys-goto' (Emacs key sequence): `C-h i g (file)node RET'
| - `emacs-keys-menu' (Emacs menu key sequence): `C-h i d m file RET m node RET'
| - `custom-manual': ":link '(custom-manual "(file)node")" for `defcustom'
| - `info-link': ":link '(info-link "(file)node")" for `defcustom'
| - `texinfo-ref-full': A full "@ref{...}" for Texinfo
| - `texinfo-ref': "@ref{...}" for Texinfo within the same file
| - `gnus' (the Gnus home brewed style): <info://foo/bar+baz> (deprecated)
| - `gnome' (GNOME style): <info:foo#bar_baz>
| - `kde' (KDE style): <info:(foo)bar baz>
| - `konqueror' (Konqueror style): <info:/foo/bar baz>
| When used interactively, the default is taken from `rs-info-style-alist'.
| For `emacs' and `emacs-press' style see the variable
| `rs-info-goto-node-string'.

;; rs-info.el -- Some info related functions
;; Author: Reiner Steib <address@hidden>
;; Keywords: info
;; X-URL:

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