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[Texi2html-cvs] Changes to texi2html/Tests/texinfo_res/texinfo_3.html

From: Patrice Dumas
Subject: [Texi2html-cvs] Changes to texi2html/Tests/texinfo_res/texinfo_3.html
Date: Tue, 23 Aug 2005 19:52:32 -0400

Index: texi2html/Tests/texinfo_res/texinfo_3.html
diff -u texi2html/Tests/texinfo_res/texinfo_3.html:1.25 
--- texi2html/Tests/texinfo_res/texinfo_3.html:1.25     Tue Aug  9 17:19:24 2005
+++ texi2html/Tests/texinfo_res/texinfo_3.html  Tue Aug 23 23:51:16 2005
@@ -337,7 +337,7 @@
 <em>existing</em> word, position the cursor in front of the word and type
 <kbd>C-u 1 C-c C-c c</kbd>.  This makes it easy to edit existing plain text.
 The value of the prefix argument tells Emacs how many words following
-point to include between braces--<samp>`1'</samp> for one word, 
<samp>`2'</samp> for
+point to include between braces&mdash;<samp>`1'</samp> for one word, 
<samp>`2'</samp> for
 two words, and so on.  Use a negative argument to enclose the previous
 word or words.  If you do not specify a prefix argument, Emacs inserts
 the @-command string and positions the cursor between the braces.  This
@@ -470,7 +470,7 @@
 <h2 class="section"> 2.4 Updating Nodes and Menus </h2>
 <p>Texinfo mode provides commands for automatically creating or updating
-menus and node pointers.  The commands are called &quot;update&quot; commands
+menus and node pointers.  The commands are called &ldquo;update&rdquo; commands
 because their most frequent use is for updating a Texinfo file after you
 have worked on it; but you can use them to insert the `Next',
 `Previous', and `Up' pointers into an <code>@node</code> line that has none
@@ -680,7 +680,7 @@
 more than one level at a time: you can follow the `Top' node with a
 chapter, but not with a section; you can follow a chapter with a
 section, but not with a subsection.  However, you may `jump up' any
-number of levels at one time--for example, from a subsection to a
+number of levels at one time&mdash;for example, from a subsection to a
 <p>Each <code>@node</code> line, with the exception of the line for the `Top'
@@ -840,7 +840,7 @@
 <p>Texinfo mode provides several commands for formatting part or all of a
 Texinfo file for Info.  Often, when you are writing a document, you
-want to format only part of a file--that is, a region.
+want to format only part of a file&mdash;that is, a region.
 <p>You can use either the <code>texinfo-format-region</code> or the
 <code>makeinfo-region</code> command to format a region:

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