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[Texi2html-cvs] Changes to texi2html/Tests/texinfo_res/texinfo_10.html

From: Patrice Dumas
Subject: [Texi2html-cvs] Changes to texi2html/Tests/texinfo_res/texinfo_10.html
Date: Tue, 23 Aug 2005 19:52:25 -0400

Index: texi2html/Tests/texinfo_res/texinfo_10.html
diff -u texi2html/Tests/texinfo_res/texinfo_10.html:1.24 
--- texi2html/Tests/texinfo_res/texinfo_10.html:1.24    Tue Aug  9 17:19:24 2005
+++ texi2html/Tests/texinfo_res/texinfo_10.html Tue Aug 23 23:51:15 2005
@@ -414,8 +414,8 @@
 <p>You can embed another @-command inside the braces of an <code>@kbd</code>
 command.  Here, for example, is the way to describe a command that
-would be described more verbosely as &quot;press an <samp>`r'</samp> and then
-press the <kbd>RET</kbd> key&quot;:
+would be described more verbosely as &ldquo;press an <samp>`r'</samp> and then
+press the <kbd>RET</kbd> key&rdquo;:
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">@kbd{r @key{RET}}
@@ -565,7 +565,7 @@
 <p>Any time you are referring to single characters, you should use
 <code>@samp</code> unless <code>@kbd</code> or <code>@key</code> is more 
 Also, you may use <code>@samp</code> for entire statements in C and for entire
-shell commands--in this case, <code>@samp</code> often looks better than
+shell commands&mdash;in this case, <code>@samp</code> often looks better than
 <code>@code</code>.  Basically, <code>@samp</code> is a catchall for whatever 
 not covered by <code>@code</code>, <code>@kbd</code>, or <code>@key</code>.
@@ -904,7 +904,7 @@
 <p>As a general rule, a sentence containing the defining occurrence of a
 term should be a definition of the term.  The sentence does not need
 to say explicitly that it is a definition, but it should contain the
-information of a definition--it should make the meaning clear.
+information of a definition&mdash;it should make the meaning clear.
 <hr size="6">
 <a name="cite"></a>
@@ -1167,7 +1167,7 @@
 <p>TeX typesets the small caps font in a manner that prevents the
 letters from `jumping out at you on the page'.  This makes small caps
-text easier to read than text in all upper case--but it's usually
+text easier to read than text in all upper case&mdash;but it's usually
 better to use regular mixed case anyway.  The Info formatting commands
 set all small caps text in upper case.  In HTML, the text is upper-cased
 and a smaller font is used to render it.

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