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Re: Texinfo - manual line breaks in URLs?

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: Texinfo - manual line breaks in URLs?
Date: Mon, 12 Oct 2020 23:53:37 +0200
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Werner LEMBERG <> writes:

>>> It seems that we have to check the settings of LilyPond's texinfo
>>> setup.  As a test, I compiled the attached document, and I get the
>>> expected (good) formatting of the URL [the sample is taken from the
>>> NR (around page 233)] with the latest `texinfo.tex` version.
>> I cannot reproduce this here. I ran the same minimal example with two
>> different
>> texinfo.tex versions, and with current
>> texinfo a69a42e0feac2a88c092d0c42cd08c0acf287d88
>> I get the same bad spacing as within the LilyPond doc build.
>> Are you sure that current texinfo.tex really was used?
> Yes.  Attached are the PDFs together with the log files, one time with
> the `texinfo.tex` file from lilypond's git repository, the other time
> with the current version from texinfo's git repository.
> I used `texi2pdf` (from texinfo 6.7) for compilation.

Number 1:

> **\nonstopmode \input ./http.texinfo
> (./http.texinfo (/home/wl/bug/texinfo.tex
> Loading texinfo [version 2019-02-16.14]:

Number 2:
> **\nonstopmode \input ./http.texinfo
> (./http.texinfo (/home/wl/bug/texinfo.tex
> Loading texinfo [version 2020-06-25.17]:

How does /home/wl/bug/texinfo.tex end up announcing two different
versions of TeXinfo?

David Kastrup

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