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[Texi2html-cvs] texi2html ./ChangeLog ./TODO ./texi2html.init ....


From: Patrice Dumas
Subject: [Texi2html-cvs] texi2html ./ChangeLog ./TODO ./texi2html.init ....
Date: Sat, 08 Apr 2006 11:37:15 +0000

CVSROOT:        /cvsroot/texi2html
Module name:    texi2html
Branch:         
Changes by:     Patrice Dumas <address@hidden>  06/04/08 11:37:06

Modified files:
        .              : ChangeLog TODO texi2html.init texi2html.pl 
        Tests          : Makefile.am test.sh 
        Tests/GermanNodeTest_res: nodetest_for_makeinfo.2 
        Tests/ccvs_res : cvs.passfirst cvs.passtexi cvs_1.html 
                         cvs_10.html cvs_12.html cvs_13.html cvs_14.html 
                         cvs_16.html cvs_17.html cvs_18.html cvs_19.html 
                         cvs_2.html cvs_21.html cvs_22.html cvs_24.html 
                         cvs_25.html cvs_28.html cvs_3.html cvs_4.html 
                         cvs_5.html cvs_6.html cvs_7.html cvs_8.html 
                         cvs_9.html 
        Tests/formatting: formatting.texi 
        Tests/formatting_res: 
                              
_0021_005f_0022_0023_0024_0025_0026_0027_0028_0029_002a_002b_002d_002e_002f_003b_003c_003d_003e_003f_005b_005c_005d_005e_005f_0060_007c_007e.html
 
                              clean.html 
                              complex_command_in_simple_command.html 
                              exotic_formatting.2 exotic_formatting.html 
                              exotic_formatting.passfirst 
                              exotic_formatting.passtexi 
                              exotic_formatting_1.html 
                              exotic_formatting_2.html 
                              exotic_formatting_3.html 
                              exotic_formatting_abt.html 
                              exotic_formatting_fot.html 
                              exotic_formatting_ovr.html 
                              exotic_formatting_toc.html formatting.2 
                              formatting.html formatting.passfirst 
                              formatting.passtexi fr_formatting.2 
                              fr_formatting.html fr_formatting.passfirst 
                              fr_formatting.passtexi 
                              icons_fr_formatting.2 
                              icons_fr_formatting.html 
                              icons_fr_formatting.passfirst 
                              icons_fr_formatting.passtexi 
                              local-node.html menus.2 menus_simple.2 
                              to_utf8_formatting.2 
                              to_utf8_formatting.html 
                              to_utf8_formatting.passfirst 
                              to_utf8_formatting.passtexi 
                              verbatim_html.html 
        Tests/index_table: no_node.texi 
        Tests/index_table_res: index_split.2 index_split_4.html 
                               index_table.html 
                               more_before_top_section.2 
                               more_before_top_section_0.html 
                               more_before_top_section_1.html 
                               more_before_top_section_2.html 
                               more_before_top_section_3.html 
                               more_before_top_section_4.html 
                               more_before_top_section_6.html 
                               more_before_top_section_7.html 
                               more_before_top_section_8.html 
                               no_node.passfirst no_node.passtexi 
                               no_node_5.html 
        Tests/macros_res: bib-example.passfirst bib-example.passtexi 
                          macros.html macros.passfirst macros.passtexi 
                          simple_macro.html 
        Tests/node_translit_no_unicode_res: no-section.html 
        Tests/node_translit_no_unidecode_res: no-section.html 
        Tests/node_translit_res: no-section.html 
        Tests/node_utf8_translit_no_unidecode_res: no-section.html 
        Tests/node_utf8_translit_res: no-section.html 
        Tests/nodes_texinfo_res: Abstract-Objects.html 
                                 Batch-Formatting.html 
                                 Braces-Atsigns.html Command-List.html 
                                 Command-Syntax.html 
                                 Command-and-Variable-Index.html 
                                 Compile_002dCommand.html 
                                 Concept-Index.html Conventions.html 
                                 Copying-Conditions.html 
                                 Copying-This-Manual.html Copyright.html 
                                 Cropmarks-and-Magnification.html 
                                 Cross-Reference-Commands.html 
                                 Cross-Reference-Parts.html 
                                 Cross-References.html 
                                 Custom-Headings.html 
                                 Debugging-with-Info.html 
                                 Debugging-with-TeX.html 
                                 Defining-Macros.html 
                                 Defining-New-Texinfo-Commands.html 
                                 Directory-File.html Dots-Bullets.html 
                                 Emacs-Editing.html 
                                 Ending-a-Sentence.html Equivalence.html 
                                 Error-Glyph.html First-Line.html 
                                 First-Node.html Footnote-Commands.html 
                                 Footnote-Styles.html 
                                 Format-with-tex_002ftexindex.html 
                                 Format-with-texi2dvi.html 
                                 Formatting-Commands.html 
                                 Functions-Commands.html 
                                 GNU-Sample-Texts.html Glyphs.html 
                                 History.html Images.html 
                                 Info-Files.html 
                                 Inserting-An-Atsign.html 
                                 Inserting-Braces.html Inserting.html 
                                 Insertions.html 
                                 Installing-Dir-Entries.html 
                                 Installing-an-Info-File.html 
                                 Invoking-Macros.html 
                                 Invoking-install_002dinfo.html 
                                 Macro-Details.html Menu-Example.html 
                                 Minimum.html Multiple-Spaces.html 
                                 New-Indices.html New-Info-File.html 
                                 Node-Line-Requirements.html 
                                 Node-Names.html 
                                 Not-Ending-a-Sentence.html 
                                 Optional-Arguments.html 
                                 Other-Info-Directories.html 
                                 Other-Info-Files.html 
                                 Overfull-hboxes.html PDF-Output.html 
                                 Point-Glyph.html 
                                 Pointer-Validation.html 
                                 Preparing-for-TeX.html Print-Glyph.html 
                                 Print-with-lpr.html Printed-Books.html 
                                 Printing-Indices-_0026-Menus.html 
                                 Printing.html 
                                 Raw-Formatter-Commands.html 
                                 Reporting-Bugs.html 
                                 Sample-Include-File.html 
                                 Short-Sample.html 
                                 Showing-the-Structure.html 
                                 Smallcaps.html Splitting.html 
                                 Start-of-Header.html 
                                 Tag-and-Split-Files.html Tagifying.html 
                                 TeX-and-copyright.html 
                                 Texinfo-Mode-Printing.html 
                                 Texinfo-Mode-Summary.html Tips.html 
                                 Titlepage-_0026-Copyright-Page.html 
                                 Top-Node-Naming.html 
                                 Two_002dcolumn-Tables.html 
                                 Typed-Functions.html 
                                 Typed-Variables.html 
                                 Updating-Requirements.html 
                                 Using-Include-Files.html 
                                 Using-Info_002dvalidate.html 
                                 Using-Texinfo.html Using-occur.html 
                                 Using-texinfo_002dshow_002dstructure.html 
                                 Variables-Commands.html 
                                 Writing-a-Menu.html Writing-a-Node.html 
                                 _002d-and-hyphenation.html acronym.html 
                                 alias.html code.html command.html 
                                 copying.html copyright-symbol.html 
                                 definfoenclose.html dmn.html 
                                 documentdescription.html 
                                 documentencoding.html 
                                 documentlanguage.html email.html 
                                 emph-_0026-strong.html enumerate.html 
                                 exampleindent.html expansion.html 
                                 file.html headings-on-off.html 
                                 index.html inforef.html itemize.html 
                                 kbd.html key.html makeinfo-html.html 
                                 makeinfo-in-Emacs.html 
                                 makeinfo-options.html makeinfo-top.html 
                                 math.html minus.html option.html 
                                 pagesizes.html paragraphindent.html 
                                 pounds.html result.html samp.html 
                                 section.html set-value.html 
                                 setchapternewpage.html setfilename.html 
                                 settitle.html subsection.html 
                                 syncodeindex.html tex.html 
                                 texinfo.passfirst texinfo.passtexi 
                                 texinfo_002dformat-commands.html 
                                 texinfo_285.html texinfo_288.html 
                                 texinfo_289.html texinfo_290.html 
                                 texinfo_291.html texinfo_292.html 
                                 texinfo_fot.html texinfo_toc.html 
                                 uref.html var.html w.html xref.html 
        Tests/sectionning: novalidate.texi 
        Tests/sectionning_res: brace_not_closed.html novalidate.html 
                               novalidate.passfirst novalidate.passtexi 
                               novalidate_split.passfirst 
                               novalidate_split.passtexi 
                               novalidate_split_3.html 
                               novalidate_split_4.html 
                               raiselowersections.html 
                               raiselowersections.passfirst 
                               raiselowersections.passtexi 
                               section_before_chapter.2 
        Tests/singular_res: sing.passtexi 
        Tests/texi2html_res: texi2html.html texi2html.passfirst 
                             texi2html.passtexi 
        Tests/texinfo_res: info-stnd.passfirst info-stnd.passtexi 
                           info-stnd_10.html info-stnd_11.html 
                           info-stnd_12.html info-stnd_13.html 
                           info-stnd_2.html info-stnd_4.html 
                           info-stnd_5.html info-stnd_6.html 
                           info-stnd_7.html info-stnd_8.html 
                           info-stnd_9.html info-stnd_fot.html 
                           texinfo.html texinfo.passfirst 
                           texinfo.passtexi texinfo_1.html 
                           texinfo_10.html texinfo_12.html 
                           texinfo_13.html texinfo_14.html 
                           texinfo_15.html texinfo_16.html 
                           texinfo_17.html texinfo_18.html 
                           texinfo_19.html texinfo_2.html 
                           texinfo_20.html texinfo_21.html 
                           texinfo_22.html texinfo_23.html 
                           texinfo_24.html texinfo_25.html 
                           texinfo_26.html texinfo_27.html 
                           texinfo_29.html texinfo_3.html 
                           texinfo_31.html texinfo_32.html 
                           texinfo_33.html texinfo_35.html 
                           texinfo_36.html texinfo_37.html 
                           texinfo_38.html texinfo_39.html 
                           texinfo_4.html texinfo_40.html texinfo_5.html 
                           texinfo_6.html texinfo_7.html texinfo_8.html 
                           texinfo_9.html texinfo_fot.html 
                           texinfo_toc.html 
        Tests/viper_monolithic_res: viper.html 
        Tests/viper_res: viper_13.html viper_2.html viper_3.html 
                         viper_4.html viper_5.html 
        Tests/xemacs_frame_res: xemacs.passfirst xemacs.passtexi 
                                xemacs_10.html xemacs_11.html 
                                xemacs_12.html xemacs_13.html 
                                xemacs_14.html xemacs_15.html 
                                xemacs_16.html xemacs_17.html 
                                xemacs_18.html xemacs_19.html 
                                xemacs_2.html xemacs_20.html 
                                xemacs_21.html xemacs_22.html 
                                xemacs_23.html xemacs_24.html 
                                xemacs_25.html xemacs_26.html 
                                xemacs_27.html xemacs_28.html 
                                xemacs_29.html xemacs_3.html 
                                xemacs_30.html xemacs_31.html 
                                xemacs_4.html xemacs_45.html 
                                xemacs_5.html xemacs_6.html 
                                xemacs_7.html xemacs_8.html 
                                xemacs_9.html 
        Tests/xemacs_res: xemacs.passfirst xemacs.passtexi 
                          xemacs_10.html xemacs_11.html xemacs_12.html 
                          xemacs_13.html xemacs_14.html xemacs_15.html 
                          xemacs_16.html xemacs_17.html xemacs_18.html 
                          xemacs_19.html xemacs_2.html xemacs_20.html 
                          xemacs_21.html xemacs_22.html xemacs_23.html 
                          xemacs_24.html xemacs_25.html xemacs_26.html 
                          xemacs_27.html xemacs_28.html xemacs_29.html 
                          xemacs_3.html xemacs_30.html xemacs_31.html 
                          xemacs_4.html xemacs_45.html xemacs_5.html 
                          xemacs_6.html xemacs_7.html xemacs_8.html 
                          xemacs_9.html 
        examples       : makeinfo.init 
Added files:
        Tests/formatting: equivalent_nodes.texi no_unidecode.init 
                          weird_quotes.init 
        Tests/formatting_res: equivalent_nodes.2 equivalent_nodes.html 
                              equivalent_nodes.passfirst 
                              equivalent_nodes.passtexi 
                              weird_quotes_formatting.2 
                              weird_quotes_formatting.html 
                              weird_quotes_formatting.passfirst 
                              weird_quotes_formatting.passtexi 
        Tests/index_table_res: chapter_index_table.2 
                               chapter_index_table.html 
                               chapter_index_table.passfirst 
                               chapter_index_table.passtexi 
                               chapter_index_table_1.html 
                               chapter_index_table_10.html 
                               chapter_index_table_11.html 
                               chapter_index_table_12.html 
                               chapter_index_table_13.html 
                               chapter_index_table_2.html 
                               chapter_index_table_3.html 
                               chapter_index_table_4.html 
                               chapter_index_table_5.html 
                               chapter_index_table_6.html 
                               chapter_index_table_7.html 
                               chapter_index_table_8.html 
                               chapter_index_table_9.html 
                               chapter_index_table_abt.html 
                               chapter_index_table_toc.html 
                               no_node_6.html 
        Tests/sectionning: inc_file.texi section_nodes_before_top.texi 
                           test_directions.init test_include.texi 
        Tests/sectionning_res: no_node_directions.2 
                               no_node_directions.html 
                               no_node_directions.passfirst 
                               no_node_directions.passtexi 
                               no_section_directions.2 
                               no_section_directions.html 
                               no_section_directions.passfirst 
                               no_section_directions.passtexi 
                               section_nodes_before_top.2 
                               section_nodes_before_top.html 
                               section_nodes_before_top.passfirst 
                               section_nodes_before_top.passtexi 
                               sectionning_directions.2 
                               sectionning_directions.html 
                               sectionning_directions.passfirst 
                               sectionning_directions.passtexi 
                               test_include.2 test_include.html 
                               test_include.passfirst 
                               test_include.passtexi 

Log message:
        * texi2html.pl: take into account the equivalent nodes (after
        @-commands removal) when a node isn't found.
        * texi2html.pl, texi2html.init: new variable $TOP_NODE_UP used
        for the top node up node name with automatic top node directions.
        Another variable $USE_MENU_DIRECTIONS. When unset the missing
        node directions are not set using the information given by menus.
        Use entities for OPEN_QUOTE_SYMBOL and CLOSE_QUOTE_SYMBOL with
        $USE_ISO.
        Use sectionprev, sectionnext and sectionup for section directions.
        next, prev are set more sanely. up still means the same.
        * texi2html.pl: Remove element_next, element_prev and
        element_up. They were duplicating sectionup or useless.
        Homogeneize and clean the coding style, remove comments.
        Don't reset %Texi2HTML::NAME/NO_TEXI... such that a ref to those
        structures is valid.
        * Tests/formatting/equivalent_nodes.texi: test equivalent nodes.
        * Tests/*: test for different quotes. Test for more directions.

CVSWeb URLs:
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/ChangeLog.diff?tr1=1.239&tr2=1.240&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/TODO.diff?tr1=1.26&tr2=1.27&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/texi2html.init.diff?tr1=1.99&tr2=1.100&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/texi2html.pl.diff?tr1=1.161&tr2=1.162&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/Makefile.am.diff?tr1=1.13&tr2=1.14&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/test.sh.diff?tr1=1.55&tr2=1.56&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/GermanNodeTest_res/nodetest_for_makeinfo.2.diff?tr1=1.9&tr2=1.10&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs.passfirst.diff?tr1=1.10&tr2=1.11&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs.passtexi.diff?tr1=1.4&tr2=1.5&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_1.html.diff?tr1=1.24&tr2=1.25&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_10.html.diff?tr1=1.26&tr2=1.27&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_12.html.diff?tr1=1.31&tr2=1.32&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_13.html.diff?tr1=1.21&tr2=1.22&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_14.html.diff?tr1=1.18&tr2=1.19&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_16.html.diff?tr1=1.33&tr2=1.34&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_17.html.diff?tr1=1.28&tr2=1.29&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_18.html.diff?tr1=1.26&tr2=1.27&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_19.html.diff?tr1=1.21&tr2=1.22&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_2.html.diff?tr1=1.25&tr2=1.26&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_21.html.diff?tr1=1.24&tr2=1.25&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_22.html.diff?tr1=1.19&tr2=1.20&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_24.html.diff?tr1=1.17&tr2=1.18&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_25.html.diff?tr1=1.16&tr2=1.17&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_28.html.diff?tr1=1.20&tr2=1.21&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_3.html.diff?tr1=1.24&tr2=1.25&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_4.html.diff?tr1=1.23&tr2=1.24&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_5.html.diff?tr1=1.30&tr2=1.31&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_6.html.diff?tr1=1.23&tr2=1.24&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_7.html.diff?tr1=1.25&tr2=1.26&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_8.html.diff?tr1=1.22&tr2=1.23&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_9.html.diff?tr1=1.28&tr2=1.29&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/formatting/equivalent_nodes.texi?rev=1.1
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/formatting/formatting.texi.diff?tr1=1.19&tr2=1.20&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/formatting/no_unidecode.init?rev=1.1
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/formatting/weird_quotes.init?rev=1.1
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/_0021_005f_0022_0023_0024_0025_0026_0027_0028_0029_002a_002b_002d_002e_002f_003b_003c_003d_003e_003f_005b_005c_005d_005e_005f_0060_007c_007e.html.diff?tr1=1.5&tr2=1.6&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/clean.html.diff?tr1=1.18&tr2=1.19&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/complex_command_in_simple_command.html.diff?tr1=1.8&tr2=1.9&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/equivalent_nodes.2?rev=1.1
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/equivalent_nodes.html?rev=1.1
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/equivalent_nodes.passfirst?rev=1.1
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/equivalent_nodes.passtexi?rev=1.1
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting.2.diff?tr1=1.22&tr2=1.23&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting.html.diff?tr1=1.52&tr2=1.53&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting.passfirst.diff?tr1=1.19&tr2=1.20&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting.passtexi.diff?tr1=1.20&tr2=1.21&r1=text&r2=text
http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/texi2html/texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_1.html.diff?tr1=1.32&tr2=1.33&r1=text&r2=text
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Patches:
Index: texi2html/ChangeLog
diff -u texi2html/ChangeLog:1.239 texi2html/ChangeLog:1.240
--- texi2html/ChangeLog:1.239   Thu Mar 30 10:05:05 2006
+++ texi2html/ChangeLog Sat Apr  8 11:37:01 2006
@@ -1,3 +1,23 @@
+2006-04-08  Patrice Dumas  <address@hidden>
+
+       * texi2html.pl: take into account the equivalent nodes (after
+       @-commands removal) when a node isn't found.
+       * texi2html.pl, texi2html.init: new variable $TOP_NODE_UP used
+       for the top node up node name with automatic top node directions.
+       Another variable $USE_MENU_DIRECTIONS. When unset the missing
+       node directions are not set using the information given by menus.
+       Use entities for OPEN_QUOTE_SYMBOL and CLOSE_QUOTE_SYMBOL with
+       $USE_ISO.
+       Use sectionprev, sectionnext and sectionup for section directions.
+       next, prev are set more sanely. up still means the same.
+       * texi2html.pl: Remove element_next, element_prev and 
+       element_up. They were duplicating sectionup or useless.
+       Homogeneize and clean the coding style, remove comments.
+       Don't reset %Texi2HTML::NAME/NO_TEXI... such that a ref to those
+       structures is valid.
+       * Tests/formatting/equivalent_nodes.texi: test equivalent nodes.
+       * Tests/*: test for different quotes. Test for more directions.
+
 2006-03-27  Patrice Dumas  <address@hidden>
 
        * texi2html.pl,texi2html.init: if $TRANSLITERATE_NODE is set
Index: texi2html/TODO
diff -u texi2html/TODO:1.26 texi2html/TODO:1.27
--- texi2html/TODO:1.26 Fri Jan 27 16:42:55 2006
+++ texi2html/TODO      Sat Apr  8 11:37:01 2006
@@ -45,11 +45,6 @@
 
 * Test the back path stuff for images.
 
-* Test refs with no unicode support.
-  Test for @ commands in refs, and refs in ascii 8 bit/utf8 manuals. 
-  test case for cross refs with @ commands in nodes.
-  see info texinfo for the specification of the result 
-
 * don't double in title when the @top and @settitle are the same
 
 * handle right things like
@@ -66,8 +61,8 @@
 }
 
 * maybe some @-commands appearing on lines should stop paragraphs, namely
address@hidden That's not sure. Maybe this should be up  to the writer to add
-a line.
address@hidden or @indent. That's not sure. More likely this should be up to 
the 
+writer to add a line.
 
 * handle better things like
 @itemize @bullet
@@ -76,17 +71,17 @@
 In the example
 @end itemize
 
-* @m_cedilla appears in output with --macro-expand. That's a bug.
-
-* currently the following leads to an error:
+* @macro definition in @ifset is parsed but ignored. So in the following, the
address@hidden ifset appearing in the macro is ignored, and the macro isn't 
defined.
+Don't know if it's right.
+
address@hidden a
address@hidden bidule
address@hidden ifset
address@hidden macro
address@hidden ifset
 
address@hidden
-* @strong{node}::
address@hidden menu
-
address@hidden node
-
-Is it a bug or a feature?
+* @m_cedilla appears in output with --macro-expand. That's a bug.
 
 * in chm.init (Jose Fonseca)
 
Index: texi2html/Tests/GermanNodeTest_res/nodetest_for_makeinfo.2
diff -u texi2html/Tests/GermanNodeTest_res/nodetest_for_makeinfo.2:1.9 
texi2html/Tests/GermanNodeTest_res/nodetest_for_makeinfo.2:1.10
--- texi2html/Tests/GermanNodeTest_res/nodetest_for_makeinfo.2:1.9      Tue Feb 
24 01:55:16 2004
+++ texi2html/Tests/GermanNodeTest_res/nodetest_for_makeinfo.2  Sat Apr  8 
11:37:01 2006
@@ -1,9 +1,8 @@
-** 
`&~"#)'@{([-|`_\^@@address@hidden:;.?/<>address@hidden@address@hidden@address@hidden'
 doesn't appear in menus
-** address@hidden' doesn't appear in menus
-** address@hidden' doesn't appear in menus
-** `node' doesn't appear in menus
-** address@hidden' doesn't appear in menus
 *** Node equivalent with address@hidden' allready used address@hidden' 
 *** Node equivalent with address@hidden' allready used `node' 
 *** Node equivalent with address@hidden' allready used `node' 
 *** Node equivalent with address@hidden' allready used address@hidden' 
+** 
`&~"#)'@{([-|`_\^@@address@hidden:;.?/<>address@hidden@address@hidden@address@hidden'
 doesn't appear in menus
+** address@hidden' doesn't appear in menus
+** address@hidden' doesn't appear in menus
+** `node' doesn't appear in menus
Index: texi2html/Tests/Makefile.am
diff -u texi2html/Tests/Makefile.am:1.13 texi2html/Tests/Makefile.am:1.14
--- texi2html/Tests/Makefile.am:1.13    Thu Mar 30 10:05:05 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/Makefile.am Sat Apr  8 11:37:01 2006
@@ -24,5 +24,5 @@
        *_?.png *_??.png *_???.png *_l2h_img?.old *_l2h_img??.old 
*_l2h_img???.old \
        *_l2h_img?.png *_l2h_img??.png *_l2h_img???.png \
         *_l2h.tex *_l2h.css *_l2h_images.pl *_l2h_images.tex \
-       *_l2h_labels.pl l2h_cache.pm; fi) ; \
+       *_l2h_labels.pl l2h_cache.pm *.out; fi) ; \
        done
Index: texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs.passfirst
diff -u texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs.passfirst:1.10 
texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs.passfirst:1.11
--- texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs.passfirst:1.10 Sat Jan 15 23:45:31 2005
+++ texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs.passfirst      Sat Apr  8 11:37:01 2006
@@ -35,7 +35,6 @@
 cvs.texinfo(,70) @c the overfull hboxes at all.
 cvs.texinfo(,71) @finalout
 cvs.texinfo(,72) 
-./version.texi(,1) 
 cvs.texinfo(,74) @settitle CVS---Concurrent Versions System v1.12.1.1
 cvs.texinfo(,75) @setchapternewpage odd
 cvs.texinfo(,76) 
Index: texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs.passtexi
diff -u texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs.passtexi:1.4 
texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs.passtexi:1.5
--- texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs.passtexi:1.4   Tue Nov 25 10:35:16 2003
+++ texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs.passtexi       Sat Apr  8 11:37:01 2006
@@ -35,7 +35,6 @@
 cvs.texinfo(,70) @c the overfull hboxes at all.
 cvs.texinfo(,71) @finalout
 cvs.texinfo(,72) 
-./version.texi(,1) 
 cvs.texinfo(,74) @settitle CVS---Concurrent Versions System v1.12.1.1
 cvs.texinfo(,75) @setchapternewpage odd
 cvs.texinfo(,76) 
Index: texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_1.html
diff -u texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_1.html:1.24 
texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_1.html:1.25
--- texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_1.html:1.24    Sat Mar 25 13:26:47 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_1.html Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -202,7 +202,7 @@
 <dd>
 <p>Though the structure of your repository and modules
 file interact with your build system
-(e.g. <tt>`Makefile'</tt>s), they are essentially
+(e.g. &lsquo;<tt>Makefile</tt>&rsquo;s), they are essentially
 independent.
 </p>
 <p><small>CVS</small> does not dictate how you build anything.  It
@@ -211,14 +211,14 @@
 </p>
 <p><small>CVS</small> does not dictate how to use disk space in the
 checked out working directories.  If you write your
-<tt>`Makefile'</tt>s or scripts in every directory so they
+&lsquo;<tt>Makefile</tt>&rsquo;s or scripts in every directory so they
 have to know the relative positions of everything else,
 you wind up requiring the entire repository to be
 checked out.
 </p>
 <p>If you modularize your work, and construct a build
 system that will share files (via links, mounts,
-<code>VPATH</code> in <tt>`Makefile'</tt>s, etc.), you can
+<code>VPATH</code> in &lsquo;<tt>Makefile</tt>&rsquo;s, etc.), you can
 arrange your disk usage however you like.
 </p>
 <p>But you have to remember that <em>any</em> such system is
@@ -226,7 +226,7 @@
 not address the issues involved.
 </p>
 <p>Of course, you should place the tools created to
-support such a build system (scripts, <tt>`Makefile'</tt>s,
+support such a build system (scripts, &lsquo;<tt>Makefile</tt>&rsquo;s,
 etc) under <small>CVS</small>.
 </p>
 <p>Figuring out what files need to be rebuilt when
@@ -271,8 +271,8 @@
 non-textual or distributed conflicts in program logic.
 </p>
 <p>For example: Say you change the arguments to function
-<code>X</code> defined in file <tt>`A'</tt>.  At the same time,
-someone edits file <tt>`B'</tt>, adding new calls to
+<code>X</code> defined in file &lsquo;<tt>A</tt>&rsquo;.  At the same time,
+someone edits file &lsquo;<tt>B</tt>&rsquo;, adding new calls to
 function <code>X</code> using the old arguments.  You are
 outside the realm of <small>CVS</small>'s competence.
 </p>
@@ -289,7 +289,7 @@
 each one (is it fixed?  in what release?  has the bug
 submitter agreed that it is fixed?).  For interfacing
 <small>CVS</small> to an external bug-tracking system, see the
-<tt>`rcsinfo'</tt> and <tt>`verifymsg'</tt> files
+&lsquo;<tt>rcsinfo</tt>&rsquo; and &lsquo;<tt>verifymsg</tt>&rsquo; files
 (see section <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC157">Reference manual for Administrative 
files</a>).
 </p>
 <p>Another aspect of change control is keeping track of
@@ -299,7 +299,7 @@
 operation, <small>CVS</small> then forgets that those files were
 checked in together, and the fact that they have the
 same log message is the only thing tying them
-together.  Keeping a <small>GNU</small> style <tt>`ChangeLog'</tt>
+together.  Keeping a <small>GNU</small> style &lsquo;<tt>ChangeLog</tt>&rsquo;
 can help somewhat.
 </p>
 <p>Another aspect of change control, in some systems, is
@@ -328,8 +328,8 @@
 releases go through various steps, with various
 approvals as needed.  Generally, one can accomplish
 this with <small>CVS</small> but it might be a little more work.
-In some cases you'll want to use the <tt>`commitinfo'</tt>,
-<tt>`loginfo'</tt>, <tt>`rcsinfo'</tt>, or <tt>`verifymsg'</tt>
+In some cases you'll want to use the &lsquo;<tt>commitinfo</tt>&rsquo;,
+&lsquo;<tt>loginfo</tt>&rsquo;, &lsquo;<tt>rcsinfo</tt>&rsquo;, or 
&lsquo;<tt>verifymsg</tt>&rsquo;
 files, to require that certain steps be performed
 before cvs will allow a checkin.  Also consider whether
 features such as branches and tags can be used to
@@ -368,10 +368,10 @@
 section assumes that a repository is set up.
 </p>
 <p>Suppose you are working on a simple compiler.  The source
-consists of a handful of C files and a <tt>`Makefile'</tt>.
-The compiler is called <samp>`tc'</samp> (Trivial Compiler),
+consists of a handful of C files and a &lsquo;<tt>Makefile</tt>&rsquo;.
+The compiler is called &lsquo;<samp>tc</samp>&rsquo; (Trivial Compiler),
 and the repository is set up so that there is a module
-called <samp>`tc'</samp>.
+called &lsquo;<samp>tc</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <table class="menu" border="0" cellspacing="0">
 <tr><td align="left" valign="top"><a href="#SEC5">1.3.1 Getting the 
source</a></td><td>&nbsp;&nbsp;</td><td align="left" valign="top">          
Creating a workspace
@@ -404,12 +404,12 @@
 <h3 class="subsection"> 1.3.1 Getting the source </h3>
 
 <p>The first thing you must do is to get your own working copy of the
-source for <samp>`tc'</samp>.  For this, you use the <code>checkout</code> 
command:
+source for &lsquo;<samp>tc</samp>&rsquo;.  For this, you use the 
<code>checkout</code> command:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ cvs checkout tc
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>This will create a new directory called <tt>`tc'</tt> and populate it with
+<p>This will create a new directory called &lsquo;<tt>tc</tt>&rsquo; and 
populate it with
 the source files.
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ cd tc
@@ -417,11 +417,11 @@
 CVS         Makefile    backend.c   driver.c    frontend.c  parser.c
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>The <tt>`CVS'</tt> directory is used internally by
+<p>The &lsquo;<tt>CVS</tt>&rsquo; directory is used internally by
 <small>CVS</small>.  Normally, you should not modify or remove
 any of the files in it.
 </p>
-<p>You start your favorite editor, hack away at <tt>`backend.c'</tt>, and a 
couple
+<p>You start your favorite editor, hack away at 
&lsquo;<tt>backend.c</tt>&rsquo;, and a couple
 of hours later you have added an optimization pass to the compiler.
 A note to <small>RCS</small> and <small>SCCS</small> users: There is no need 
to lock the files that
 you want to edit.  See section <a href="cvs_10.html#SEC83">Multiple 
developers</a>, for an explanation.
@@ -448,8 +448,8 @@
 <h3 class="subsection"> 1.3.2 Committing your changes </h3>
 
 <p>When you have checked that the compiler is still compilable you decide
-to make a new version of <tt>`backend.c'</tt>.  This will
-store your new <tt>`backend.c'</tt> in the repository and
+to make a new version of &lsquo;<tt>backend.c</tt>&rsquo;.  This will
+store your new &lsquo;<tt>backend.c</tt>&rsquo; in the repository and
 make it available to anyone else who is using that same
 repository.
 </p>
@@ -496,7 +496,7 @@
 </p>
 <p>If you want to avoid
 starting an editor you can specify the log message on
-the command line using the <samp>`-m'</samp> flag instead, like
+the command line using the &lsquo;<samp>-m</samp>&rsquo; flag instead, like
 this:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ cvs commit -m &quot;Added 
an optimization pass&quot; backend.c
@@ -545,19 +545,19 @@
 committed.  If history logging is enabled it also makes a note in the
 history file.  See section <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC178">The history file</a>.
 </p>
-<p>When you use the <samp>`-d'</samp> flag with <code>release</code>, it
+<p>When you use the &lsquo;<samp>-d</samp>&rsquo; flag with 
<code>release</code>, it
 also removes your working copy.
 </p>
 <p>In the example above, the <code>release</code> command wrote a couple of 
lines
-of output.  <samp>`? tc'</samp> means that the file <tt>`tc'</tt> is unknown 
to <small>CVS</small>.
-That is nothing to worry about: <tt>`tc'</tt> is the executable compiler,
+of output.  &lsquo;<samp>? tc</samp>&rsquo; means that the file 
&lsquo;<tt>tc</tt>&rsquo; is unknown to <small>CVS</small>.
+That is nothing to worry about: &lsquo;<tt>tc</tt>&rsquo; is the executable 
compiler,
 and it should not be stored in the repository.  See section <a 
href="cvs_18.html#SEC176">Ignoring files via cvsignore</a>,
 for information about how to make that warning go away.
 See section <a href="cvs_16.html#SEC151">release output</a>, for a complete 
explanation of
 all possible output from <code>release</code>.
 </p>
-<p><samp>`M driver.c'</samp> is more serious.  It means that the
-file <tt>`driver.c'</tt> has been modified since it was
+<p>&lsquo;<samp>M driver.c</samp>&rsquo; is more serious.  It means that the
+file &lsquo;<tt>driver.c</tt>&rsquo; has been modified since it was
 checked out.
 </p>
 <p>The <code>release</code> command always finishes by telling
@@ -590,14 +590,14 @@
 </tr></table>
 <h3 class="subsection"> 1.3.4 Viewing differences </h3>
 
-<p>You do not remember modifying <tt>`driver.c'</tt>, so you want to see what
+<p>You do not remember modifying &lsquo;<tt>driver.c</tt>&rsquo;, so you want 
to see what
 has happened to that file.
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ cd tc
 $ cvs diff driver.c
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>This command runs <code>diff</code> to compare the version of 
<tt>`driver.c'</tt>
+<p>This command runs <code>diff</code> to compare the version of 
&lsquo;<tt>driver.c</tt>&rsquo;
 that you checked out with your working copy.  When you see the output
 you remember that you added a command line option that enabled the
 optimization pass.  You check it in, and release the module.
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diff -u texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_10.html:1.26 
texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_10.html:1.27
--- texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_10.html:1.26   Sat Mar 25 13:26:47 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_10.html        Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -220,7 +220,7 @@
 <a href="cvs_17.html#SEC156">Quick reference to CVS commands</a>.  For 
information on its <code>Sticky tag</code>
 and <code>Sticky date</code> output, see <a href="cvs_4.html#SEC53">Sticky 
tags</a>.
 For information on its <code>Sticky options</code> output,
-see the <samp>`-k'</samp> option in <a href="cvs_16.html#SEC154">update 
options</a>.
+see the &lsquo;<samp>-k</samp>&rsquo; option in <a 
href="cvs_16.html#SEC154">update options</a>.
 </p>
 <p>You can think of the <code>status</code> and <code>update</code>
 commands as somewhat complementary.  You use
@@ -236,8 +236,8 @@
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ cvs -n -q update
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>The <samp>`-n'</samp> option means to not actually do the
-update, but merely to display statuses; the <samp>`-q'</samp>
+<p>The &lsquo;<samp>-n</samp>&rsquo; option means to not actually do the
+update, but merely to display statuses; the &lsquo;<samp>-q</samp>&rsquo;
 option avoids printing the name of each directory.  For
 more information on the <code>update</code> command, and
 these options, see <a href="cvs_17.html#SEC156">Quick reference to CVS 
commands</a>.
@@ -311,7 +311,7 @@
 </tr></table>
 <h2 class="section"> 10.3 Conflicts example </h2>
 
-<p>Suppose revision 1.4 of <tt>`driver.c'</tt> contains this:
+<p>Suppose revision 1.4 of &lsquo;<tt>driver.c</tt>&rsquo; contains this:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">#include &lt;stdio.h&gt;
 
@@ -326,7 +326,7 @@
 }
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>Revision 1.6 of <tt>`driver.c'</tt> contains this:
+<p>Revision 1.6 of &lsquo;<tt>driver.c</tt>&rsquo; contains this:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">#include &lt;stdio.h&gt;
 
@@ -347,8 +347,8 @@
 }
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>Your working copy of <tt>`driver.c'</tt>, based on revision
-1.4, contains this before you run <samp>`cvs update'</samp>:
+<p>Your working copy of &lsquo;<tt>driver.c</tt>&rsquo;, based on revision
+1.4, contains this before you run &lsquo;<samp>cvs update</samp>&rsquo;:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">#include &lt;stdlib.h&gt;
 #include &lt;stdio.h&gt;
@@ -365,7 +365,7 @@
 }
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>You run <samp>`cvs update'</samp>:
+<p>You run &lsquo;<samp>cvs update</samp>&rsquo;:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ cvs update driver.c
 RCS file: /usr/local/cvsroot/yoyodyne/tc/driver.c,v
@@ -380,8 +380,8 @@
 <a name="IDX148"></a>
 <p><small>CVS</small> tells you that there were some conflicts.
 Your original working file is saved unmodified in
-<tt>`.#driver.c.1.4'</tt>.  The new version of
-<tt>`driver.c'</tt> contains this:
+&lsquo;<tt>.#driver.c.1.4</tt>&rsquo;.  The new version of
+&lsquo;<tt>driver.c</tt>&rsquo; contains this:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">#include &lt;stdlib.h&gt;
 #include &lt;stdio.h&gt;
@@ -416,7 +416,7 @@
 
 <p>Note how all non-overlapping modifications are incorporated in your working
 copy, and that the overlapping section is clearly marked with
-<samp>`&lt;&lt;&lt;&lt;&lt;&lt;&lt;'</samp>, <samp>`======='</samp> and 
<samp>`&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt;'</samp>.
+&lsquo;<samp>&lt;&lt;&lt;&lt;&lt;&lt;&lt;</samp>&rsquo;, 
&lsquo;<samp>=======</samp>&rsquo; and 
&lsquo;<samp>&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt;</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX154"></a>
 <a name="IDX155"></a>
@@ -460,7 +460,7 @@
 insure that the file contains no conflict markers.
 Because
 your file may legitimately contain conflict markers (that
-is, occurrences of <samp>`&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt; '</samp> at the start 
of a
+is, occurrences of &lsquo;<samp>&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt; </samp>&rsquo; at 
the start of a
 line that don't mark a conflict), the current
 version of <small>CVS</small> will print a warning and proceed to
 check in the file.
@@ -493,8 +493,8 @@
 <h2 class="section"> 10.4 Informing others about commits </h2>
 
 <p>It is often useful to inform others when you commit a
-new revision of a file.  The <samp>`-i'</samp> option of the
-<tt>`modules'</tt> file, or the <tt>`loginfo'</tt> file, can be
+new revision of a file.  The &lsquo;<samp>-i</samp>&rsquo; option of the
+&lsquo;<tt>modules</tt>&rsquo; file, or the &lsquo;<tt>loginfo</tt>&rsquo; 
file, can be
 used to automate this process.  See section <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC158">The 
modules file</a>.
 See section <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC172">Loginfo</a>.  You can use these 
features of <small>CVS</small>
 to, for instance, instruct <small>CVS</small> to mail a
@@ -539,8 +539,8 @@
 they are running.  If they aren't running a cvs
 command, look in the repository directory mentioned in
 the message and remove files which they own whose names
-start with <tt>`#cvs.rfl'</tt>,
-<tt>`#cvs.wfl'</tt>, or <tt>`#cvs.lock'</tt>.
+start with &lsquo;<tt>#cvs.rfl</tt>&rsquo;,
+&lsquo;<tt>#cvs.wfl</tt>&rsquo;, or &lsquo;<tt>#cvs.lock</tt>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <p>Note that these locks are to protect <small>CVS</small>'s
 internal data structures and have no relationship to
@@ -577,8 +577,8 @@
 
 <p>and someone else runs <code>cvs update</code> at the same
 time, the person running <code>update</code> might get only
-the change to <tt>`b/three.c'</tt> and not the change to
-<tt>`a/two.c'</tt>.
+the change to &lsquo;<tt>b/three.c</tt>&rsquo; and not the change to
+&lsquo;<tt>a/two.c</tt>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <hr size="6">
 <a name="Watches"></a>
@@ -674,7 +674,7 @@
 contents of the directory are processed recursively,
 unless the <code>-l</code> option is given.
 The <code>-R</code> option can be used to force recursion if the 
<code>-l</code>
-option is set in <tt>`~/.cvsrc'</tt> (see section <a 
href="cvs_16.html#SEC117">Default options and the ~/.cvsrc file</a>).
+option is set in &lsquo;<tt>~/.cvsrc</tt>&rsquo; (see section <a 
href="cvs_16.html#SEC117">Default options and the ~/.cvsrc file</a>).
 </p>
 <p>If <var>files</var> is omitted, it defaults to the current directory.
 </p>
@@ -794,13 +794,13 @@
 
 <a name="IDX171"></a>
 <p>When the conditions exist for notification, <small>CVS</small>
-calls the <tt>`notify'</tt> administrative file.  Edit
-<tt>`notify'</tt> as one edits the other administrative
+calls the &lsquo;<tt>notify</tt>&rsquo; administrative file.  Edit
+&lsquo;<tt>notify</tt>&rsquo; as one edits the other administrative
 files (see section <a href="cvs_2.html#SEC20">The administrative files</a>).  
This
 file follows the usual conventions for administrative
 files (see section <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC167">The common syntax</a>), where 
each line is a regular
 expression followed by a command to execute.  The
-command should contain a single occurrence of <samp>`%s'</samp>
+command should contain a single occurrence of &lsquo;<samp>%s</samp>&rsquo;
 which will be replaced by the user to notify; the rest
 of the information regarding the notification will be
 supplied to the command on standard input.  The
@@ -815,14 +815,14 @@
 <a name="IDX172"></a>
 <p>Note that if you set this up in the straightforward
 way, users receive notifications on the server machine.
-One could of course write a <tt>`notify'</tt> script which
+One could of course write a &lsquo;<tt>notify</tt>&rsquo; script which
 directed notifications elsewhere, but to make this
 easy, <small>CVS</small> allows you to associate a notification
 address for each user.  To do so create a file
-<tt>`users'</tt> in <tt>`CVSROOT'</tt> with a line for each
+&lsquo;<tt>users</tt>&rsquo; in &lsquo;<tt>CVSROOT</tt>&rsquo; with a line for 
each
 user in the format <var>user</var>:<var>value</var>.  Then
 instead of passing the name of the user to be notified
-to <tt>`notify'</tt>, <small>CVS</small> will pass the <var>value</var>
+to &lsquo;<tt>notify</tt>&rsquo;, <small>CVS</small> will pass the 
<var>value</var>
 (normally an email address on some other machine).
 </p>
 <p><small>CVS</small> does not notify you for your own changes.
@@ -995,7 +995,7 @@
 <h3 class="subsection"> 10.6.5 Using watches with old versions of CVS </h3>
 
 <p>If you use the watch features on a repository, it
-creates <tt>`CVS'</tt> directories in the repository and
+creates &lsquo;<tt>CVS</tt>&rsquo; directories in the repository and
 stores the information about watches in that directory.
 If you attempt to use <small>CVS</small> 1.6 or earlier with the
 repository, you get an error message such as the
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texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_12.html:1.32
--- texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_12.html:1.31   Sat Mar 25 13:26:47 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_12.html        Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -63,7 +63,7 @@
 
 <p>As long as you edit source files inside a working
 directory you can always find out the state of
-your files via <samp>`cvs status'</samp> and <samp>`cvs log'</samp>.
+your files via &lsquo;<samp>cvs status</samp>&rsquo; and &lsquo;<samp>cvs 
log</samp>&rsquo;.
 But as soon as you export the files from your
 development environment it becomes harder to identify
 which revisions they are.
@@ -133,7 +133,7 @@
 existing installations if $<i></i>CVSHeader$ is already
 in the files for a different purpose. This keyword may
 be excluded using the <code>KeywordExpansion=eCVSHeader</code>
-in the <tt>`CVSROOT/config'</tt> file. 
+in the &lsquo;<tt>CVSROOT/config</tt>&rsquo; file. 
 See <a href="#SEC103">Configuring Keyord Expansion</a> for more details.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX184"></a>
@@ -161,7 +161,7 @@
 <dd><p>Tag name used to check out this file.  The keyword is
 expanded only if one checks out with an explicit tag
 name.  For example, when running the command <code>cvs
-co -r first</code>, the keyword expands to <samp>`Name: first'</samp>.
+co -r first</code>, the keyword expands to &lsquo;<samp>Name: 
first</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX188"></a>
 </dd>
@@ -192,7 +192,7 @@
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
 <p>then additional lines which are added when expanding
-the <code>$Log</code> keyword will be preceded by <samp>`   * '</samp>.
+the <code>$Log</code> keyword will be preceded by &lsquo;<samp>   * 
</samp>&rsquo;.
 Unlike previous versions of <small>CVS</small> and <small>RCS</small>, the
 <em>comment leader</em> from the <small>RCS</small> file is not used.
 The <code>$Log</code> keyword is useful for
@@ -224,10 +224,10 @@
 <a name="IDX194"></a>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>Local keyword</code></dt>
-<dd><p>The <code>LocalKeyword</code> option in the <tt>`CVSROOT/config'</tt> 
file
+<dd><p>The <code>LocalKeyword</code> option in the 
&lsquo;<tt>CVSROOT/config</tt>&rsquo; file
 may be used to specify a local keyword which is to be
 used as an alias for one of the other keywords. For
-example, if the <tt>`CVSROOT/config'</tt> file contains
+example, if the &lsquo;<tt>CVSROOT/config</tt>&rsquo; file contains
 a line with <code>LocalKeyword=MYBSD=CVSHeader</code>, then a
 file with the local keyword $<i></i>MYBSD$ will be
 expanded as if it were a $<i></i>CVSHeader$ keyword. If
@@ -266,7 +266,7 @@
 </p>
 <p>All keyword expansion except the local keyword may be
 disabled using the <code>KeywordExpansion</code> option in
-the <tt>`CVSROOT/config'</tt> file&mdash;see 
+the &lsquo;<tt>CVSROOT/config</tt>&rsquo; file&mdash;see 
 <a href="#SEC103">Configuring Keyord Expansion</a> for more details.
 </p>
 </dd>
@@ -361,27 +361,27 @@
 
 <p>Keyword substitution has its disadvantages.  Sometimes
 you might want the literal text string
-<samp>`$<i></i>Author$'</samp> to appear inside a file without
+&lsquo;<samp>$<i></i>Author$</samp>&rsquo; to appear inside a file without
 <small>CVS</small> interpreting it as a keyword and expanding it
-into something like <samp>`$<i></i>Author: ceder $'</samp>.
+into something like &lsquo;<samp>$<i></i>Author: ceder $</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <p>There is unfortunately no way to selectively turn off
-keyword substitution.  You can use <samp>`-ko'</samp>
+keyword substitution.  You can use &lsquo;<samp>-ko</samp>&rsquo;
 (see section <a href="#SEC102">Substitution modes</a>) to turn off keyword
 substitution entirely.
 </p>
 <p>In many cases you can avoid using keywords in
 the source, even though they appear in the final
 product.  For example, the source for this manual
-contains <samp>address@hidden'</samp> whenever the text
-<samp>`$<i></i>Author$'</samp> should appear.  In <code>nroff</code>
+contains &lsquo;<samp>address@hidden</samp>&rsquo; whenever the text
+&lsquo;<samp>$<i></i>Author$</samp>&rsquo; should appear.  In 
<code>nroff</code>
 and <code>troff</code> you can embed the null-character
 <code>\&amp;</code> inside the keyword for a similar effect.
 </p>
 <p>It is also possible to specify an explicit list of
 keywords to include or exclude using the
 <code>KeywordExpand</code> option in the
-<tt>`CVSROOT/config'</tt> file&ndash;see <a href="#SEC103">Configuring Keyord 
Expansion</a>
+&lsquo;<tt>CVSROOT/config</tt>&rsquo; file&ndash;see <a 
href="#SEC103">Configuring Keyord Expansion</a>
 for more details. This feature is intended primarily
 for use with the <code>LocalKeyword</code> option&ndash;see
 <a href="#SEC99">Keyword List</a>.
@@ -409,30 +409,30 @@
 
 <p>Each file has a stored default substitution mode, and
 each working directory copy of a file also has a
-substitution mode.  The former is set by the <samp>`-k'</samp>
+substitution mode.  The former is set by the &lsquo;<samp>-k</samp>&rsquo;
 option to <code>cvs add</code> and <code>cvs admin</code>; the
-latter is set by the <samp>`-k'</samp> or <samp>`-A'</samp> options to 
<code>cvs
+latter is set by the &lsquo;<samp>-k</samp>&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;<samp>-A</samp>&rsquo; options to <code>cvs
 checkout</code> or <code>cvs update</code>.  <code>cvs diff</code> also
-has a <samp>`-k'</samp> option.  For some examples,
+has a &lsquo;<samp>-k</samp>&rsquo; option.  For some examples,
 see <a href="cvs_9.html#SEC80">Handling binary files</a>, and <a 
href="cvs_5.html#SEC64">Merging and keywords</a>.
 </p>
 <p>The modes available are:
 </p>
 <dl compact="compact">
-<dt> <samp>`-kkv'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-kkv</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Generate keyword strings using the default form, e.g.
 <code>$<i></i>Revision: 5.7 $</code> for the <code>Revision</code>
 keyword.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-kkvl'</samp></dt>
-<dd><p>Like <samp>`-kkv'</samp>, except that a locker's name is always
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-kkvl</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
+<dd><p>Like &lsquo;<samp>-kkv</samp>&rsquo;, except that a locker's name is 
always
 inserted if the given revision is currently locked.
 The locker's name is only relevant if <code>cvs admin
 -l</code> is in use.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-kk'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-kk</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Generate only keyword names in keyword strings; omit
 their values.  For example, for the <code>Revision</code>
 keyword, generate the string <code>$<i></i>Revision$</code>
@@ -442,7 +442,7 @@
 file (see section <a href="cvs_5.html#SEC64">Merging and keywords</a>).
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-ko'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-ko</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Generate the old keyword string, present in the working
 file just before it was checked in.  For example, for
 the <code>Revision</code> keyword, generate the string
@@ -451,21 +451,21 @@
 string appeared when the file was checked in.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-kb'</samp></dt>
-<dd><p>Like <samp>`-ko'</samp>, but also inhibit conversion of line
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-kb</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
+<dd><p>Like &lsquo;<samp>-ko</samp>&rsquo;, but also inhibit conversion of line
 endings between the canonical form in which they are
 stored in the repository (linefeed only), and the form
 appropriate to the operating system in use on the
 client.  For systems, like unix, which use linefeed
 only to terminate lines, this is very similar to
-<samp>`-ko'</samp>.  For more information on binary files, see
+&lsquo;<samp>-ko</samp>&rsquo;.  For more information on binary files, see
 <a href="cvs_9.html#SEC80">Handling binary files</a>.  In <small>CVS</small> 
version 1.12.2 and later
-<samp>`-kb'</samp>, as set by <code>cvs add</code>, <code>cvs admin</code>, or
-<code>cvs import</code> may not be overridden by a <samp>`-k'</samp> option
+&lsquo;<samp>-kb</samp>&rsquo;, as set by <code>cvs add</code>, <code>cvs 
admin</code>, or
+<code>cvs import</code> may not be overridden by a 
&lsquo;<samp>-k</samp>&rsquo; option
 specified on the command line.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-kv'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-kv</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Generate only keyword values for keyword strings.  For
 example, for the <code>Revision</code> keyword, generate the string
 <code>5.7</code> instead of <code>$<i></i>Revision: 5.7 $</code>.
@@ -476,7 +476,7 @@
 the keyword names are removed, so this option should be
 used with care.
 </p>
-<p>One often would like to use <samp>`-kv'</samp> with <code>cvs
+<p>One often would like to use &lsquo;<samp>-kv</samp>&rsquo; with <code>cvs
 export</code>&mdash;see section <a 
href="cvs_16.html#SEC135">export&mdash;Export sources from CVS, similar to 
checkout</a>.  But be aware that doesn't
 handle an export containing binary files correctly.
 </p>
@@ -522,7 +522,7 @@
 keyword.
 </p>
 <p>The <code>KeywordExpansion</code> option in the
-<tt>`CVSROOT/config'</tt> file is intended to allow for the
+&lsquo;<tt>CVSROOT/config</tt>&rsquo; file is intended to allow for the
 either the explicit exclusion of a keyword or list of
 keywords, or for the explicit inclusion of a keyword or
 a list of keywords. This list may include the
@@ -532,7 +532,7 @@
 <code>=</code> and the next character may either be <code>i</code>
 to start an inclusion list or <code>e</code> to start an
 exclusion list. If the following lines were added to
-the <tt>`CVSROOT/config'</tt> file:
+the &lsquo;<tt>CVSROOT/config</tt>&rsquo; file:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">        # Add a 
&quot;MyBSD&quot; keyword and restrict keyword
         # expansion
@@ -570,7 +570,7 @@
 <p>If there is a desire to not have any RCS keywords
 expanded and not use the <code>-ko</code> flags everywhere,
 an administrator may disable all keyword expansion
-using the <tt>`CVSROOT/config'</tt> line:
+using the &lsquo;<tt>CVSROOT/config</tt>&rsquo; line:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">    # Do not expand any RCS 
keywords
        KeywordExpand=i
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texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_13.html:1.22
--- texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_13.html:1.21   Sat Mar 25 13:26:47 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_13.html        Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -125,10 +125,10 @@
 command to track third-party sources, the <em>vendor
 tag</em> and <em>release tags</em> are useful.  The
 <em>vendor tag</em> is a symbolic name for the branch
-(which is always 1.1.1, unless you use the <samp>`-b
-<var>branch</var>'</samp> flag&mdash;see <a href="#SEC111">Multiple vendor 
branches</a>.).  The
+(which is always 1.1.1, unless you use the &lsquo;<samp>-b
+<var>branch</var></samp>&rsquo; flag&mdash;see <a href="#SEC111">Multiple 
vendor branches</a>.).  The
 <em>release tags</em> are symbolic names for a particular
-release, such as <samp>`FSF_0_04'</samp>.
+release, such as &lsquo;<samp>FSF_0_04</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <p>Note that <code>import</code> does <em>not</em> change the
 directory in which you invoke it.  In particular, it
@@ -139,7 +139,7 @@
 </p>
 <a name="IDX200"></a>
 <p>Suppose you have the sources to a program called
-<code>wdiff</code> in a directory <tt>`wdiff-0.04'</tt>,
+<code>wdiff</code> in a directory &lsquo;<tt>wdiff-0.04</tt>&rsquo;,
 and are going to make private modifications that you
 want to be able to use even when new releases are made
 in the future.  You start by importing the source to
@@ -149,9 +149,9 @@
 $ cvs import -m &quot;Import of FSF v. 0.04&quot; fsf/wdiff FSF_DIST WDIFF_0_04
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>The vendor tag is named <samp>`FSF_DIST'</samp> in the above
+<p>The vendor tag is named &lsquo;<samp>FSF_DIST</samp>&rsquo; in the above
 example, and the only release tag assigned is
-<samp>`WDIFF_0_04'</samp>.
+&lsquo;<samp>WDIFF_0_04</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <hr size="6">
 <a name="Update-imports"></a>
@@ -187,13 +187,13 @@
 <p>For files that have not been modified locally, the newly created
 revision becomes the head revision.  If you have made local
 changes, <code>import</code> will warn you that you must merge the changes
-into the main trunk, and tell you to use <samp>`checkout -j'</samp> to do so:
+into the main trunk, and tell you to use &lsquo;<samp>checkout 
-j</samp>&rsquo; to do so:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ cvs checkout 
-jFSF_DIST:yesterday -jFSF_DIST wdiff
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
 <p>The above command will check out the latest revision of
-<samp>`wdiff'</samp>, merging the changes made on the vendor branch 
<samp>`FSF_DIST'</samp>
+&lsquo;<samp>wdiff</samp>&rsquo;, merging the changes made on the vendor 
branch &lsquo;<samp>FSF_DIST</samp>&rsquo;
 since yesterday into the working copy.  If any conflicts arise during
 the merge they should be resolved in the normal way (see section <a 
href="cvs_10.html#SEC86">Conflicts example</a>).  Then, the modified files may 
be committed.
 </p>
@@ -236,7 +236,7 @@
 to the latest vendor release by changing the `head'
 revision back to the vendor branch on all files.  For
 example, if you have a checked-out copy of the sources
-in <tt>`~/work.d/wdiff'</tt>, and you want to revert to the
+in &lsquo;<tt>~/work.d/wdiff</tt>&rsquo;, and you want to revert to the
 vendor's version for all the files in that directory,
 you would type:
 </p>
@@ -244,8 +244,8 @@
 $ cvs admin -bWDIFF .
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>You must specify the <samp>`-bWDIFF'</samp> without any space
-after the <samp>`-b'</samp>.  See section <a href="cvs_16.html#SEC121">admin 
options</a>.
+<p>You must specify the &lsquo;<samp>-bWDIFF</samp>&rsquo; without any space
+after the &lsquo;<samp>-b</samp>&rsquo;.  See section <a 
href="cvs_16.html#SEC121">admin options</a>.
 </p>
 <hr size="6">
 <a name="Binary-files-in-imports"></a>
@@ -268,7 +268,7 @@
 </tr></table>
 <h2 class="section"> 13.4 How to handle binary files with cvs import </h2>
 
-<p>Use the <samp>`-k'</samp> wrapper option to tell import which
+<p>Use the &lsquo;<samp>-k</samp>&rsquo; wrapper option to tell import which
 files are binary.  See section <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC165">The cvswrappers 
file</a>.
 </p>
 <hr size="6">
@@ -305,12 +305,12 @@
 the sources that you imported from the vendor.
 </p>
 <p>To maintain the keyword expansions supplied by the
-vendor, supply the <samp>`-ko'</samp> option to <code>cvs
+vendor, supply the &lsquo;<samp>-ko</samp>&rsquo; option to <code>cvs
 import</code> the first time you import the file.
 This will turn off keyword expansion
 for that file entirely, so if you want to be more
 selective you'll have to think about what you want
-and use the <samp>`-k'</samp> option to <code>cvs update</code> or
+and use the &lsquo;<samp>-k</samp>&rsquo; option to <code>cvs update</code> or
 <code>cvs admin</code> as appropriate.
 </p>
 <hr size="6">
@@ -346,9 +346,9 @@
 that you at least have them in one place.
 </p>
 <p>For handling situations in which there may be more than
-one vendor, you may specify the <samp>`-b'</samp> option to
+one vendor, you may specify the &lsquo;<samp>-b</samp>&rsquo; option to
 <code>cvs import</code>.  It takes as an argument the vendor
-branch to import to.  The default is <samp>`-b 1.1.1'</samp>.
+branch to import to.  The default is &lsquo;<samp>-b 1.1.1</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <p>For example, suppose that there are two teams, the red
 team and the blue team, that are sending you sources.
@@ -362,7 +362,7 @@
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
 <p>Note that if your vendor tag does not match your
-<samp>`-b'</samp> option, <small>CVS</small> will not detect this case!  For
+&lsquo;<samp>-b</samp>&rsquo; option, <small>CVS</small> will not detect this 
case!  For
 example,
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ cvs import -b 1.1.3 dir 
RED RED_1-0
Index: texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_14.html
diff -u texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_14.html:1.18 
texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_14.html:1.19
--- texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_14.html:1.18   Tue Aug 23 23:51:10 2005
+++ texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_14.html        Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -70,7 +70,7 @@
 an up to date copy of the sources.  The answer to this
 with <small>CVS</small> is two-fold.  First of all, since
 <small>CVS</small> itself can recurse through directories, there
-is no need to modify your <tt>`Makefile'</tt> (or whatever
+is no need to modify your &lsquo;<tt>Makefile</tt>&rsquo; (or whatever
 configuration file your build tool uses) to make sure
 each file is up to date.  Instead, just use two
 commands, first <code>cvs -q update</code> and then
Index: texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_16.html
diff -u texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_16.html:1.33 
texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_16.html:1.34
--- texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_16.html:1.33   Sat Mar 25 13:26:47 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_16.html        Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -139,8 +139,8 @@
 <dd><p>One of several different sub-commands.  Some of the commands have
 aliases that can be used instead; those aliases are noted in the
 reference manual for that command.  There are only two situations
-where you may omit <samp>`cvs_command'</samp>: <samp>`cvs -H'</samp> elicits a
-list of available commands, and <samp>`cvs -v'</samp> displays version
+where you may omit &lsquo;<samp>cvs_command</samp>&rsquo;: &lsquo;<samp>cvs 
-H</samp>&rsquo; elicits a
+list of available commands, and &lsquo;<samp>cvs -v</samp>&rsquo; displays 
version
 information on <small>CVS</small> itself.
 </p>
 </dd>
@@ -155,7 +155,7 @@
 
 <p>There is unfortunately some confusion between
 <code>cvs_options</code> and <code>command_options</code>.
-<samp>`-l'</samp>, when given as a <code>cvs_option</code>, only
+&lsquo;<samp>-l</samp>&rsquo;, when given as a <code>cvs_option</code>, only
 affects some of the commands.  When it is given as a
 <code>command_option</code> is has a different meaning, and
 is accepted by more commands.  In other words, do not
@@ -187,7 +187,7 @@
 succeeded or failed by setting its <em>exit status</em>.
 The exact way of testing the exit status will vary from
 one operating system to another.  For example in a unix
-shell script the <samp>`$?'</samp> variable will be 0 if the
+shell script the &lsquo;<samp>$?</samp>&rsquo; variable will be 0 if the
 last command returned a successful exit status, or
 greater than 0 if the exit status indicated failure.
 </p>
@@ -227,16 +227,16 @@
 often that you might have set up an alias or some other
 means to make sure you always specify that option.  One
 example (the one that drove the implementation of the
-<tt>`.cvsrc'</tt> support, actually) is that many people find the
-default output of the <samp>`diff'</samp> command to be very
+&lsquo;<tt>.cvsrc</tt>&rsquo; support, actually) is that many people find the
+default output of the &lsquo;<samp>diff</samp>&rsquo; command to be very
 hard to read, and that either context diffs or unidiffs
 are much easier to understand.
 </p>
-<p>The <tt>`~/.cvsrc'</tt> file is a way that you can add
+<p>The &lsquo;<tt>~/.cvsrc</tt>&rsquo; file is a way that you can add
 default options to <code>cvs_commands</code> within cvs,
 instead of relying on aliases or other shell scripts.
 </p>
-<p>The format of the <tt>`~/.cvsrc'</tt> file is simple.  The
+<p>The format of the &lsquo;<tt>~/.cvsrc</tt>&rsquo; file is simple.  The
 file is searched for a line that begins with the same
 name as the <code>cvs_command</code> being executed.  If a
 match is found, then the remainder of the line is split
@@ -248,7 +248,7 @@
 <code>co</code>), the official name, not necessarily the one
 used on the command line, will be used to match against
 the file.  So if this is the contents of the user's
-<tt>`~/.cvsrc'</tt> file:
+&lsquo;<tt>~/.cvsrc</tt>&rsquo; file:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">log -N
 diff -uN
@@ -258,21 +258,21 @@
 release -d
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>the command <samp>`cvs checkout foo'</samp> would have the
-<samp>`-P'</samp> option added to the arguments, as well as
-<samp>`cvs co foo'</samp>.
-</p>
-<p>With the example file above, the output from <samp>`cvs
-diff foobar'</samp> will be in unidiff format.  <samp>`cvs diff
--c foobar'</samp> will provide context diffs, as usual.
+<p>the command &lsquo;<samp>cvs checkout foo</samp>&rsquo; would have the
+&lsquo;<samp>-P</samp>&rsquo; option added to the arguments, as well as
+&lsquo;<samp>cvs co foo</samp>&rsquo;.
+</p>
+<p>With the example file above, the output from &lsquo;<samp>cvs
+diff foobar</samp>&rsquo; will be in unidiff format.  &lsquo;<samp>cvs diff
+-c foobar</samp>&rsquo; will provide context diffs, as usual.
 Getting &quot;old&quot; format diffs would be slightly more
 complicated, because <code>diff</code> doesn't have an option
 to specify use of the &quot;old&quot; format, so you would need
-<samp>`cvs -f diff foobar'</samp>.
+&lsquo;<samp>cvs -f diff foobar</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <p>In place of the command name you can use <code>cvs</code> to
 specify global options (see section <a href="#SEC118">Global options</a>).  For
-example the following line in <tt>`.cvsrc'</tt>
+example the following line in &lsquo;<tt>.cvsrc</tt>&rsquo;
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">cvs -z6
 </pre></td></tr></table>
@@ -300,8 +300,8 @@
 </tr></table>
 <h2 class="appendixsec"> A.4 Global options </h2>
 
-<p>The available <samp>`cvs_options'</samp> (that are given to the
-left of <samp>`cvs_command'</samp>) are:
+<p>The available &lsquo;<samp>cvs_options</samp>&rsquo; (that are given to the
+left of &lsquo;<samp>cvs_command</samp>&rsquo;) are:
 </p>
 <dl compact="compact">
 <dt> <code>--allow-root=<var>rootdir</var></code></dt>
@@ -338,8 +338,8 @@
 located.  Overrides the setting of the <code>$TMPDIR</code> environment
 variable and any precompiled directory.  This parameter should be
 specified as an absolute pathname.
-(When running client/server, <samp>`-T'</samp> affects only the local process;
-specifying <samp>`-T'</samp> for the client has no effect on the server and
+(When running client/server, &lsquo;<samp>-T</samp>&rsquo; affects only the 
local process;
+specifying &lsquo;<samp>-T</samp>&rsquo; for the client has no effect on the 
server and
 vice versa.)
 </p>
 <a name="IDX208"></a>
@@ -361,26 +361,26 @@
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-f</code></dt>
-<dd><p>Do not read the <tt>`~/.cvsrc'</tt> file.  This
+<dd><p>Do not read the &lsquo;<tt>~/.cvsrc</tt>&rsquo; file.  This
 option is most often used because of the
 non-orthogonality of the <small>CVS</small> option set.  For
-example, the <samp>`cvs log'</samp> option <samp>`-N'</samp> (turn off
+example, the &lsquo;<samp>cvs log</samp>&rsquo; option 
&lsquo;<samp>-N</samp>&rsquo; (turn off
 display of tag names) does not have a corresponding
 option to turn the display on.  So if you have
-<samp>`-N'</samp> in the <tt>`~/.cvsrc'</tt> entry for <samp>`log'</samp>,
-you may need to use <samp>`-f'</samp> to show the tag names.
+&lsquo;<samp>-N</samp>&rsquo; in the &lsquo;<tt>~/.cvsrc</tt>&rsquo; entry for 
&lsquo;<samp>log</samp>&rsquo;,
+you may need to use &lsquo;<samp>-f</samp>&rsquo; to show the tag names.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-H</code></dt>
 <dt> <code>--help</code></dt>
-<dd><p>Display usage information about the specified <samp>`cvs_command'</samp>
+<dd><p>Display usage information about the specified 
&lsquo;<samp>cvs_command</samp>&rsquo;
 (but do not actually execute the command).  If you don't specify
-a command name, <samp>`cvs -H'</samp> displays overall help for
+a command name, &lsquo;<samp>cvs -H</samp>&rsquo; displays overall help for
 <small>CVS</small>, including a list of other help options.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-l</code></dt>
-<dd><p>Do not log the <samp>`cvs_command'</samp> in the command history (but 
execute it
+<dd><p>Do not log the &lsquo;<samp>cvs_command</samp>&rsquo; in the command 
history (but execute it
 anyway).  See section <a href="#SEC137">history&mdash;Show status of files and 
users</a>, for information on command history.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX212"></a>
@@ -391,18 +391,18 @@
 repository.
 </p>
 <p>Same effect as if the <code>CVSREADONLYFS</code> environment
-variable is set. Using <samp>`-R'</samp> can also considerably
+variable is set. Using &lsquo;<samp>-R</samp>&rsquo; can also considerably
 speed up checkout's over NFS.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX213"></a>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-n</code></dt>
 <dd><p>Do not change any files.  Attempt to execute the
-<samp>`cvs_command'</samp>, but only to issue reports; do not remove,
+&lsquo;<samp>cvs_command</samp>&rsquo;, but only to issue reports; do not 
remove,
 update, or merge any existing files, or create any new files.
 </p>
 <p>Note that <small>CVS</small> will not necessarily produce exactly
-the same output as without <samp>`-n'</samp>.  In some cases
+the same output as without &lsquo;<samp>-n</samp>&rsquo;.  In some cases
 the output will be the same, but in other cases
 <small>CVS</small> will skip some of the processing that would
 have been required to produce the exact same output.
@@ -435,7 +435,7 @@
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-t</code></dt>
 <dd><p>Trace program execution; display messages showing the steps of
-<small>CVS</small> activity.  Particularly useful with <samp>`-n'</samp> to 
explore the
+<small>CVS</small> activity.  Particularly useful with 
&lsquo;<samp>-n</samp>&rsquo; to explore the
 potential impact of an unfamiliar command.
 </p>
 </dd>
@@ -450,7 +450,7 @@
 <dd><p>Make new working files read-write.  Overrides the
 setting of the <code>$CVSREAD</code> environment variable.
 Files are created read-write by default, unless <code>$CVSREAD</code> is
-set or <samp>`-r'</samp> is given.
+set or &lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo; is given.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-x</code></dt>
@@ -463,7 +463,7 @@
 Enabling encryption implies that message traffic is
 also authenticated.  Encryption support is not
 available by default; it must be enabled using a
-special configure option, <tt>`--enable-encryption'</tt>,
+special configure option, &lsquo;<tt>--enable-encryption</tt>&rsquo;,
 when you build <small>CVS</small>.
 </p>
 </dd>
@@ -500,10 +500,10 @@
 </tr></table>
 <h2 class="appendixsec"> A.5 Common command options </h2>
 
-<p>This section describes the <samp>`command_options'</samp> that
+<p>This section describes the &lsquo;<samp>command_options</samp>&rsquo; that
 are available across several <small>CVS</small> commands.  These
 options are always given to the right of
-<samp>`cvs_command'</samp>. Not all
+&lsquo;<samp>cvs_command</samp>&rsquo;. Not all
 commands support all of these options; each option is
 only supported for commands where it makes sense.
 However, when a command has one of these options you
@@ -512,7 +512,7 @@
 which are listed with the individual commands, may have
 different behavior from one <small>CVS</small> command to the other).
 </p>
-<p><strong>Note: the <samp>`history'</samp> command is an exception; it 
supports
+<p><strong>Note: the &lsquo;<samp>history</samp>&rsquo; command is an 
exception; it supports
 many options that conflict even with these standard options.</strong>
 </p>
 <dl compact="compact">
@@ -527,11 +527,11 @@
 </p>
 <p>The specification is <em>sticky</em> when you use it to make a
 private copy of a source file; that is, when you get a working
-file using <samp>`-D'</samp>, <small>CVS</small> records the date you 
specified, so that
+file using &lsquo;<samp>-D</samp>&rsquo;, <small>CVS</small> records the date 
you specified, so that
 further updates in the same directory will use the same date
 (for more information on sticky tags/dates, see section <a 
href="cvs_4.html#SEC53">Sticky tags</a>).
 </p>
-<p><samp>`-D'</samp> is available with the <code>annotate</code>, 
<code>checkout</code>,
+<p>&lsquo;<samp>-D</samp>&rsquo; is available with the <code>annotate</code>, 
<code>checkout</code>,
 <code>diff</code>, <code>export</code>, <code>history</code>,
 <code>rdiff</code>, <code>rtag</code>, <code>tag</code>, and 
<code>update</code> commands.
 (The <code>history</code> command uses this option in a
@@ -579,12 +579,12 @@
 <p>One such format is
 <code><var>month</var>/<var>day</var>/<var>year</var></code>.  This may
 confuse people who are accustomed to having the month
-and day in the other order; <samp>`1/4/96'</samp> is January 4,
+and day in the other order; &lsquo;<samp>1/4/96</samp>&rsquo; is January 4,
 not April 1.
 </p>
-<p>Remember to quote the argument to the <samp>`-D'</samp>
+<p>Remember to quote the argument to the &lsquo;<samp>-D</samp>&rsquo;
 flag so that your shell doesn't interpret spaces as
-argument separators.  A command using the <samp>`-D'</samp>
+argument separators.  A command using the &lsquo;<samp>-D</samp>&rsquo;
 flag can look like this:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ cvs diff -D &quot;1 hour 
ago&quot; cvs.texinfo
@@ -595,30 +595,30 @@
 <dt> <code>-f</code></dt>
 <dd><p>When you specify a particular date or tag to <small>CVS</small> 
commands, they
 normally ignore files that do not contain the tag (or did not
-exist prior to the date) that you specified.  Use the <samp>`-f'</samp> option
+exist prior to the date) that you specified.  Use the 
&lsquo;<samp>-f</samp>&rsquo; option
 if you want files retrieved even when there is no match for the
 tag or date.  (The most recent revision of the file
 will be used).
 </p>
-<p>Note that even with <samp>`-f'</samp>, a tag that you specify
+<p>Note that even with &lsquo;<samp>-f</samp>&rsquo;, a tag that you specify
 must exist (that is, in some file, not necessary in
 every file).  This is so that <small>CVS</small> will continue to
 give an error if you mistype a tag name.
 </p>
-<p><samp>`-f'</samp> is available with these commands:
+<p>&lsquo;<samp>-f</samp>&rsquo; is available with these commands:
 <code>annotate</code>, <code>checkout</code>, <code>export</code>,
 <code>rdiff</code>, <code>rtag</code>, and <code>update</code>.
 </p>
 <p><strong>WARNING:  The <code>commit</code> and <code>remove</code>
 commands also have a
-<samp>`-f'</samp> option, but it has a different behavior for
+&lsquo;<samp>-f</samp>&rsquo; option, but it has a different behavior for
 those commands.  See <a href="#SEC126">commit options</a>, and
 <a href="cvs_7.html#SEC68">Removing files</a>.</strong>
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-k <var>kflag</var></code></dt>
 <dd><p>Override the default processing of RCS keywords other than
-<samp>`-kb'</samp>.  See section <a href="cvs_12.html#SEC98">Keyword 
substitution</a>, for the meaning of
+&lsquo;<samp>-kb</samp>&rsquo;.  See section <a 
href="cvs_12.html#SEC98">Keyword substitution</a>, for the meaning of
 <var>kflag</var>.  Used with the <code>checkout</code> and <code>update</code>
 commands, your <var>kflag</var> specification is
 <em>sticky</em>; that is, when you use this option
@@ -627,12 +627,12 @@
 it operates on, and continues to use that <var>kflag</var> with future
 commands on the same files until you specify otherwise.
 </p>
-<p>The <samp>`-k'</samp> option is available with the <code>add</code>,
+<p>The &lsquo;<samp>-k</samp>&rsquo; option is available with the 
<code>add</code>,
 <code>checkout</code>, <code>diff</code>, <code>export</code>, 
<code>import</code> and
 <code>update</code> commands.
 </p>
-<p><strong>WARNING: Prior to CVS version 1.12.2, the <samp>`-k'</samp> flag
-overrode the <samp>`-kb'</samp> indication for a binary file.  This could
+<p><strong>WARNING: Prior to CVS version 1.12.2, the 
&lsquo;<samp>-k</samp>&rsquo; flag
+overrode the &lsquo;<samp>-kb</samp>&rsquo; indication for a binary file.  
This could
 sometimes corrupt binary files.  See section <a 
href="cvs_5.html#SEC64">Merging and keywords</a>, for
 more.</strong>
 </p>
@@ -663,7 +663,7 @@
 specified to run in the modules
 database (see section <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC158">The modules file</a>); this 
option bypasses it).
 </p>
-<p><strong>Note: this is not the same as the <samp>`cvs -n'</samp>
+<p><strong>Note: this is not the same as the &lsquo;<samp>cvs -n</samp>&rsquo;
 program option, which you can specify to the left of a cvs command!</strong>
 </p>
 <p>Available with the <code>checkout</code>, <code>commit</code>, 
<code>export</code>,
@@ -696,8 +696,8 @@
 <p>Use the revision specified by the <var>tag</var> argument instead of the
 default <em>head</em> revision.  As well as arbitrary tags defined
 with the <code>tag</code> or <code>rtag</code> command, two special tags are
-always available: <samp>`HEAD'</samp> refers to the most recent version
-available in the repository, and <samp>`BASE'</samp> refers to the
+always available: &lsquo;<samp>HEAD</samp>&rsquo; refers to the most recent 
version
+available in the repository, and &lsquo;<samp>BASE</samp>&rsquo; refers to the
 revision you last checked out into the current working directory.
 </p>
 
@@ -711,15 +711,15 @@
 described in <a href="cvs_4.html#SEC48">Tags&ndash;Symbolic revisions</a>, or 
the name of a branch, as
 described in <a href="cvs_5.html#SEC54">Branching and merging</a>.
 </p>
-<p>Specifying the <samp>`-q'</samp> global option along with the
-<samp>`-r'</samp> command option is often useful, to suppress
+<p>Specifying the &lsquo;<samp>-q</samp>&rsquo; global option along with the
+&lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo; command option is often useful, to suppress
 the warning messages when the <small>RCS</small> file
 does not contain the specified tag.
 </p>
-<p><strong>Note: this is not the same as the overall <samp>`cvs -r'</samp> 
option,
+<p><strong>Note: this is not the same as the overall &lsquo;<samp>cvs 
-r</samp>&rsquo; option,
 which you can specify to the left of a <small>CVS</small> command!</strong>
 </p>
-<p><samp>`-r'</samp> is available with the <code>checkout</code>, 
<code>commit</code>,
+<p>&lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo; is available with the <code>checkout</code>, 
<code>commit</code>,
 <code>diff</code>, <code>history</code>, <code>export</code>, 
<code>rdiff</code>,
 <code>rtag</code>, and <code>update</code> commands.
 </p>
@@ -728,7 +728,7 @@
 <dd><p>Specify file names that should be filtered.  You can
 use this option repeatedly.  The spec can be a file
 name pattern of the same type that you can specify in
-the <tt>`.cvswrappers'</tt> file.
+the &lsquo;<tt>.cvswrappers</tt>&rsquo; file.
 Available with the following commands: <code>import</code>,
 and <code>update</code>.
 </p>
@@ -779,7 +779,7 @@
 only members of that group can run <code>cvs admin</code>
 commands, except for those specified using the
 <code>UserAdminOptions</code> configuration option in the
-<tt>`CVSROOT/config'</tt> file.  Options specified using
+&lsquo;<tt>CVSROOT/config</tt>&rsquo; file.  Options specified using
 <code>UserAdminOptions</code> can be run by any user.  See
 <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC180">The CVSROOT/config configuration file</a> for 
more on <code>UserAdminOptions</code>.
 </p>
@@ -840,7 +840,7 @@
 which branch you want to work on.  There is one reason
 to run <code>cvs admin -b</code>: to revert to the vendor's
 version when using vendor branches (see section <a 
href="cvs_13.html#SEC108">Reverting to the latest vendor release</a>).
-There can be no space between <samp>`-b'</samp> and its argument.
+There can be no space between &lsquo;<samp>-b</samp>&rsquo; and its argument.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX233"></a>
 </dd>
@@ -856,7 +856,7 @@
 names appearing in the comma-separated list
 <var>logins</var> from the access list of the RCS file.  If
 <var>logins</var> is omitted, erase the entire access list.
-There can be no space between <samp>`-e'</samp> and its argument.
+There can be no space between &lsquo;<samp>-e</samp>&rsquo; and its argument.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-I</code></dt>
@@ -875,7 +875,7 @@
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-k<var>subst</var></code></dt>
 <dd><p>Set the default keyword
-substitution to <var>subst</var>.  See section <a 
href="cvs_12.html#SEC98">Keyword substitution</a>.  Giving an explicit 
<samp>`-k'</samp> option to
+substitution to <var>subst</var>.  See section <a 
href="cvs_12.html#SEC98">Keyword substitution</a>.  Giving an explicit 
&lsquo;<samp>-k</samp>&rsquo; option to
 <code>cvs update</code>, <code>cvs export</code>, or <code>cvs
 checkout</code> overrides this default.
 </p>
@@ -885,14 +885,14 @@
 is given, lock the latest revision on that branch.  If
 <var>rev</var> is omitted, lock the latest revision on the
 default branch.  There can be no space between
-<samp>`-l'</samp> and its argument.
+&lsquo;<samp>-l</samp>&rsquo; and its argument.
 </p>
 <p>This can be used in conjunction with the
-<tt>`rcslock.pl'</tt> script in the <tt>`contrib'</tt>
+&lsquo;<tt>rcslock.pl</tt>&rsquo; script in the &lsquo;<tt>contrib</tt>&rsquo;
 directory of the <small>CVS</small> source distribution to
 provide reserved checkouts (where only one user can be
 editing a given file at a time).  See the comments in
-that file for details (and see the <tt>`README'</tt> file
+that file for details (and see the &lsquo;<tt>README</tt>&rsquo; file
 in that directory for disclaimers about the unsupported
 nature of contrib).  According to comments in that
 file, locking must set to strict (which is the default).
@@ -902,7 +902,7 @@
 <dd><p>Set locking to strict.  Strict locking means that the
 owner of an RCS file is not exempt from locking for
 checkin.  For use with <small>CVS</small>, strict locking must be
-set; see the discussion under the <samp>`-l'</samp> option above.
+set; see the discussion under the &lsquo;<samp>-l</samp>&rsquo; option above.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX234"></a>
 <a name="IDX235"></a>
@@ -917,7 +917,7 @@
 
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-N<var>name</var>[:[<var>rev</var>]]</code></dt>
-<dd><p>Act like <samp>`-n'</samp>, except override any previous
+<dd><p>Act like &lsquo;<samp>-n</samp>&rsquo;, except override any previous
 assignment of <var>name</var>.  For use with magic branches,
 see <a href="cvs_5.html#SEC59">Magic branch numbers</a>.
 </p>
@@ -925,19 +925,19 @@
 <dt> <code>-n<var>name</var>[:[<var>rev</var>]]</code></dt>
 <dd><p>Associate the symbolic name <var>name</var> with the branch
 or revision <var>rev</var>.  It is normally better to use
-<samp>`cvs tag'</samp> or <samp>`cvs rtag'</samp> instead.  Delete the
-symbolic name if both <samp>`:'</samp> and <var>rev</var> are
+&lsquo;<samp>cvs tag</samp>&rsquo; or &lsquo;<samp>cvs rtag</samp>&rsquo; 
instead.  Delete the
+symbolic name if both &lsquo;<samp>:</samp>&rsquo; and <var>rev</var> are
 omitted; otherwise, print an error message if
 <var>name</var> is already associated with another number.
 If <var>rev</var> is symbolic, it is expanded before
 association.  A <var>rev</var> consisting of a branch number
-followed by a <samp>`.'</samp> stands for the current latest
-revision in the branch.  A <samp>`:'</samp> with an empty
+followed by a &lsquo;<samp>.</samp>&rsquo; stands for the current latest
+revision in the branch.  A &lsquo;<samp>:</samp>&rsquo; with an empty
 <var>rev</var> stands for the current latest revision on the
 default branch, normally the trunk.  For example,
-<samp>`cvs admin -n<var>name</var>:'</samp> associates <var>name</var> with the
+&lsquo;<samp>cvs admin -n<var>name</var>:</samp>&rsquo; associates 
<var>name</var> with the
 current latest revision of all the RCS files;
-this contrasts with <samp>`cvs admin -n<var>name</var>:$'</samp> which
+this contrasts with &lsquo;<samp>cvs admin -n<var>name</var>:$</samp>&rsquo; 
which
 associates <var>name</var> with the revision numbers
 extracted from keyword strings in the corresponding
 working files.
@@ -972,11 +972,11 @@
 <dd><p>Collapse all revisions between rev1 and rev2, so that
 <small>CVS</small> only stores the differences associated with going
 from rev1 to rev2, not intermediate steps.  For
-example, after <samp>`-o 1.3::1.5'</samp> one can retrieve
+example, after &lsquo;<samp>-o 1.3::1.5</samp>&rsquo; one can retrieve
 revision 1.3, revision 1.5, or the differences to get
 from 1.3 to 1.5, but not the revision 1.4, or the
 differences between 1.3 and 1.4.  Other examples:
-<samp>`-o 1.3::1.4'</samp> and <samp>`-o 1.3::1.3'</samp> have no
+&lsquo;<samp>-o 1.3::1.4</samp>&rsquo; and &lsquo;<samp>-o 
1.3::1.3</samp>&rsquo; have no
 effect, because there are no intermediate revisions to
 remove.
 </p>
@@ -985,7 +985,7 @@
 <dd><p>Collapse revisions between the beginning of the branch
 containing <var>rev</var> and <var>rev</var> itself.  The
 branchpoint and <var>rev</var> are left intact.  For
-example, <samp>`-o ::1.3.2.6'</samp> deletes revision 1.3.2.1,
+example, &lsquo;<samp>-o ::1.3.2.6</samp>&rsquo; deletes revision 1.3.2.1,
 revision 1.3.2.5, and everything in between, but leaves
 1.3 and 1.3.2.6 intact.
 </p>
@@ -997,8 +997,8 @@
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code><var>rev</var></code></dt>
-<dd><p>Delete the revision <var>rev</var>.  For example, <samp>`-o
-1.3'</samp> is equivalent to <samp>`-o 1.2::1.4'</samp>.
+<dd><p>Delete the revision <var>rev</var>.  For example, &lsquo;<samp>-o
+1.3</samp>&rsquo; is equivalent to &lsquo;<samp>-o 1.2::1.4</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code><var>rev1</var>:<var>rev2</var></code></dt>
@@ -1006,7 +1006,7 @@
 inclusive, on the same branch.  One will not be able to
 retrieve <var>rev1</var> or <var>rev2</var> or any of the
 revisions in between.  For example, the command
-<samp>`cvs admin -oR_1_01:R_1_02 .'</samp> is rarely useful.
+&lsquo;<samp>cvs admin -oR_1_01:R_1_02 .</samp>&rsquo; is rarely useful.
 It means to delete revisions up to, and including, the
 tag R_1_02.  But beware!  If there are files that have not
 changed between R_1_02 and R_1_03 the file will have
@@ -1034,18 +1034,18 @@
 branches or locks.
 </p>
 <p>If any of the revisions to be deleted have symbolic
-names, and one specifies one of the <samp>`::'</samp> syntaxes,
+names, and one specifies one of the &lsquo;<samp>::</samp>&rsquo; syntaxes,
 then <small>CVS</small> will give an error and not delete any
 revisions.  If you really want to delete both the
 symbolic names and the revisions, first delete the
 symbolic names with <code>cvs tag -d</code>, then run
 <code>cvs admin -o</code>.  If one specifies the
-non-<samp>`::'</samp> syntaxes, then <small>CVS</small> will delete the
+non-&lsquo;<samp>::</samp>&rsquo; syntaxes, then <small>CVS</small> will 
delete the
 revisions but leave the symbolic names pointing to
 nonexistent revisions.  This behavior is preserved for
 compatibility with previous versions of <small>CVS</small>, but
 because it isn't very useful, in the future it may
-change to be like the <samp>`::'</samp> case.
+change to be like the &lsquo;<samp>::</samp>&rsquo; case.
 </p>
 <p>Due to the way <small>CVS</small> handles branches <var>rev</var>
 cannot be specified symbolically if it is a branch.
@@ -1070,12 +1070,12 @@
 branch.  If <var>rev</var> is omitted, assume the latest
 revision on the default branch.  Any identifier is
 acceptable for <var>state</var>.  A useful set of states is
-<samp>`Exp'</samp> (for experimental), <samp>`Stab'</samp> (for
-stable), and <samp>`Rel'</samp> (for released).  By default,
-the state of a new revision is set to <samp>`Exp'</samp> when
+&lsquo;<samp>Exp</samp>&rsquo; (for experimental), 
&lsquo;<samp>Stab</samp>&rsquo; (for
+stable), and &lsquo;<samp>Rel</samp>&rsquo; (for released).  By default,
+the state of a new revision is set to &lsquo;<samp>Exp</samp>&rsquo; when
 it is created.  The state is visible in the output from
 <var>cvs log</var> (see section <a href="#SEC143">log&mdash;Print out log 
information for files</a>), and in the
-<samp>`$<i></i>Log$'</samp> and <samp>`$<i></i>State$'</samp> keywords
+&lsquo;<samp>$<i></i>Log$</samp>&rsquo; and 
&lsquo;<samp>$<i></i>State$</samp>&rsquo; keywords
 (see section <a href="cvs_12.html#SEC98">Keyword substitution</a>).  Note that 
<small>CVS</small>
 uses the <code>dead</code> state for its own purposes; to
 take a file to or from the <code>dead</code> state use
@@ -1087,22 +1087,22 @@
 <dd><p>Useful with <small>CVS</small>.  Write descriptive text from the
 contents of the named <var>file</var> into the RCS file,
 deleting the existing text.  The <var>file</var> pathname
-may not begin with <samp>`-'</samp>.  The descriptive text can be seen in the
-output from <samp>`cvs log'</samp> (see section <a 
href="#SEC143">log&mdash;Print out log information for files</a>).
-There can be no space between <samp>`-t'</samp> and its argument.
+may not begin with &lsquo;<samp>-</samp>&rsquo;.  The descriptive text can be 
seen in the
+output from &lsquo;<samp>cvs log</samp>&rsquo; (see section <a 
href="#SEC143">log&mdash;Print out log information for files</a>).
+There can be no space between &lsquo;<samp>-t</samp>&rsquo; and its argument.
 </p>
 <p>If <var>file</var> is omitted,
 obtain the text from standard input, terminated by
-end-of-file or by a line containing <samp>`.'</samp> by itself.
+end-of-file or by a line containing &lsquo;<samp>.</samp>&rsquo; by itself.
 Prompt for the text if interaction is possible; see
-<samp>`-I'</samp>.
+&lsquo;<samp>-I</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-t-<var>string</var></code></dt>
-<dd><p>Similar to <samp>`-t<var>file</var>'</samp>. Write descriptive text
+<dd><p>Similar to &lsquo;<samp>-t<var>file</var></samp>&rsquo;. Write 
descriptive text
 from the <var>string</var> into the <small>RCS</small> file, deleting
 the existing text.
-There can be no space between <samp>`-t'</samp> and its argument.
+There can be no space between &lsquo;<samp>-t</samp>&rsquo; and its argument.
 </p>
 
 </dd>
@@ -1110,12 +1110,12 @@
 <dd><p>Set locking to non-strict.  Non-strict locking means
 that the owner of a file need not lock a revision for
 checkin.  For use with <small>CVS</small>, strict locking must be
-set; see the discussion under the <samp>`-l'</samp> option
+set; see the discussion under the &lsquo;<samp>-l</samp>&rsquo; option
 above.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-u[<var>rev</var>]</code></dt>
-<dd><p>See the option <samp>`-l'</samp> above, for a discussion of
+<dd><p>See the option &lsquo;<samp>-l</samp>&rsquo; above, for a discussion of
 using this option with <small>CVS</small>.  Unlock the revision
 with number <var>rev</var>.  If a branch is given, unlock
 the latest revision on that branch.  If <var>rev</var> is
@@ -1124,7 +1124,7 @@
 somebody else unlocking a revision breaks the lock.
 This causes the original locker to be sent a <code>commit</code>
 notification (see section <a href="cvs_10.html#SEC91">Telling CVS to notify 
you</a>).
-There can be no space between <samp>`-u'</samp> and its argument.
+There can be no space between &lsquo;<samp>-u</samp>&rsquo; and its argument.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-V<var>n</var></code></dt>
@@ -1138,7 +1138,7 @@
 <dd><p>In previous versions of <small>CVS</small>, this was documented
 as a way of specifying the names of the <small>RCS</small>
 files.  However, <small>CVS</small> has always required that the
-<small>RCS</small> files used by <small>CVS</small> end in <samp>`,v'</samp>, 
so
+<small>RCS</small> files used by <small>CVS</small> end in 
&lsquo;<samp>,v</samp>&rsquo;, so
 this option has never done anything useful.
 </p>
 </dd>
@@ -1187,7 +1187,7 @@
 symbolic names for some
 collection of source directories and files, or paths to
 directories or files in the repository.  The symbolic
-names are defined in the <samp>`modules'</samp> file.
+names are defined in the &lsquo;<samp>modules</samp>&rsquo; file.
 See section <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC158">The modules file</a>.
 </p>
 <p>Depending on the modules you specify, <code>checkout</code> may
@@ -1208,10 +1208,10 @@
 sure that it will be a sub-directory, and that
 <code>checkout</code> will show the relative path leading to
 each file as it is extracted into your private work
-area (unless you specify the <samp>`-Q'</samp> global option).
+area (unless you specify the &lsquo;<samp>-Q</samp>&rsquo; global option).
 </p>
 <p>The files created by <code>checkout</code> are created
-read-write, unless the <samp>`-r'</samp> option to <small>CVS</small>
+read-write, unless the &lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo; option to 
<small>CVS</small>
 (see section <a href="#SEC118">Global options</a>) is specified, the
 <code>CVSREAD</code> environment variable is specified
 (see section <a href="cvs_19.html#SEC181">All environment variables which 
affect CVS</a>), or a watch is in
@@ -1219,7 +1219,7 @@
 </p>
 <p>Note that running <code>checkout</code> on a directory that was already
 built by a prior <code>checkout</code> is also permitted.
-This is similar to specifying the <samp>`-d'</samp> option
+This is similar to specifying the &lsquo;<samp>-d</samp>&rsquo; option
 to the <code>update</code> command in the sense that new
 directories that have been created in the repository
 will appear in your work area.
@@ -1268,13 +1268,13 @@
 <dl compact="compact">
 <dt> <code>-D <var>date</var></code></dt>
 <dd><p>Use the most recent revision no later than <var>date</var>.
-This option is sticky, and implies <samp>`-P'</samp>.  See
+This option is sticky, and implies &lsquo;<samp>-P</samp>&rsquo;.  See
 <a href="cvs_4.html#SEC53">Sticky tags</a>, for more information on sticky 
tags/dates.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-f</code></dt>
-<dd><p>Only useful with the <samp>`-D <var>date</var>'</samp> or <samp>`-r
-<var>tag</var>'</samp> flags.  If no matching revision is found,
+<dd><p>Only useful with the &lsquo;<samp>-D <var>date</var></samp>&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;<samp>-r
+<var>tag</var></samp>&rsquo; flags.  If no matching revision is found,
 retrieve the most recent revision (instead of ignoring
 the file).
 </p>
@@ -1295,7 +1295,7 @@
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-n</code></dt>
 <dd><p>Do not run any checkout program (as specified
-with the <samp>`-o'</samp> option in the modules file;
+with the &lsquo;<samp>-o</samp>&rsquo; option in the modules file;
 see section <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC158">The modules file</a>).
 </p>
 </dd>
@@ -1312,7 +1312,7 @@
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-r <var>tag</var></code></dt>
-<dd><p>Use revision <var>tag</var>.  This option is sticky, and implies 
<samp>`-P'</samp>.
+<dd><p>Use revision <var>tag</var>.  This option is sticky, and implies 
&lsquo;<samp>-P</samp>&rsquo;.
 See <a href="cvs_4.html#SEC53">Sticky tags</a>, for more information on sticky 
tags/dates.
 </p></dd>
 </dl>
@@ -1322,7 +1322,7 @@
 </p>
 <dl compact="compact">
 <dt> <code>-A</code></dt>
-<dd><p>Reset any sticky tags, dates, or <samp>`-k'</samp> options.
+<dd><p>Reset any sticky tags, dates, or &lsquo;<samp>-k</samp>&rsquo; options.
 See <a href="cvs_4.html#SEC53">Sticky tags</a>, for more information on sticky 
tags/dates.
 </p>
 </dd>
@@ -1335,9 +1335,9 @@
 <dt> <code>-d <var>dir</var></code></dt>
 <dd><p>Create a directory called <var>dir</var> for the working
 files, instead of using the module name.  In general,
-using this flag is equivalent to using <samp>`mkdir
-<var>dir</var>; cd <var>dir</var>'</samp> followed by the checkout
-command without the <samp>`-d'</samp> flag.
+using this flag is equivalent to using &lsquo;<samp>mkdir
+<var>dir</var>; cd <var>dir</var></samp>&rsquo; followed by the checkout
+command without the &lsquo;<samp>-d</samp>&rsquo; flag.
 </p>
 <p>There is an important exception, however.  It is very
 convenient when checking out a single item to have the
@@ -1346,58 +1346,58 @@
 <small>CVS</small> tries to &ldquo;shorten&rdquo; pathnames to avoid those 
empty
 directories.
 </p>
-<p>For example, given a module <samp>`foo'</samp> that contains
-the file <samp>`bar.c'</samp>, the command <samp>`cvs co -d dir
-foo'</samp> will create directory <samp>`dir'</samp> and place
-<samp>`bar.c'</samp> inside.  Similarly, given a module
-<samp>`bar'</samp> which has subdirectory <samp>`baz'</samp> wherein
-there is a file <samp>`quux.c'</samp>, the command <samp>`cvs co
--d dir bar/baz'</samp> will create directory <samp>`dir'</samp> and
-place <samp>`quux.c'</samp> inside.
-</p>
-<p>Using the <samp>`-N'</samp> flag will defeat this behavior.
-Given the same module definitions above, <samp>`cvs co
--N -d dir foo'</samp> will create directories <samp>`dir/foo'</samp>
-and place <samp>`bar.c'</samp> inside, while <samp>`cvs co -N -d
-dir bar/baz'</samp> will create directories <samp>`dir/bar/baz'</samp>
-and place <samp>`quux.c'</samp> inside.
+<p>For example, given a module &lsquo;<samp>foo</samp>&rsquo; that contains
+the file &lsquo;<samp>bar.c</samp>&rsquo;, the command &lsquo;<samp>cvs co -d 
dir
+foo</samp>&rsquo; will create directory &lsquo;<samp>dir</samp>&rsquo; and 
place
+&lsquo;<samp>bar.c</samp>&rsquo; inside.  Similarly, given a module
+&lsquo;<samp>bar</samp>&rsquo; which has subdirectory 
&lsquo;<samp>baz</samp>&rsquo; wherein
+there is a file &lsquo;<samp>quux.c</samp>&rsquo;, the command 
&lsquo;<samp>cvs co
+-d dir bar/baz</samp>&rsquo; will create directory 
&lsquo;<samp>dir</samp>&rsquo; and
+place &lsquo;<samp>quux.c</samp>&rsquo; inside.
+</p>
+<p>Using the &lsquo;<samp>-N</samp>&rsquo; flag will defeat this behavior.
+Given the same module definitions above, &lsquo;<samp>cvs co
+-N -d dir foo</samp>&rsquo; will create directories 
&lsquo;<samp>dir/foo</samp>&rsquo;
+and place &lsquo;<samp>bar.c</samp>&rsquo; inside, while &lsquo;<samp>cvs co 
-N -d
+dir bar/baz</samp>&rsquo; will create directories 
&lsquo;<samp>dir/bar/baz</samp>&rsquo;
+and place &lsquo;<samp>quux.c</samp>&rsquo; inside.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-j <var>tag</var></code></dt>
-<dd><p>With two <samp>`-j'</samp> options, merge changes from the
-revision specified with the first <samp>`-j'</samp> option to
-the revision specified with the second <samp>`j'</samp> option,
+<dd><p>With two &lsquo;<samp>-j</samp>&rsquo; options, merge changes from the
+revision specified with the first &lsquo;<samp>-j</samp>&rsquo; option to
+the revision specified with the second &lsquo;<samp>j</samp>&rsquo; option,
 into the working directory.
 </p>
-<p>With one <samp>`-j'</samp> option, merge changes from the
+<p>With one &lsquo;<samp>-j</samp>&rsquo; option, merge changes from the
 ancestor revision to the revision specified with the
-<samp>`-j'</samp> option, into the working directory.  The
+&lsquo;<samp>-j</samp>&rsquo; option, into the working directory.  The
 ancestor revision is the common ancestor of the
 revision which the working directory is based on, and
-the revision specified in the <samp>`-j'</samp> option.
+the revision specified in the &lsquo;<samp>-j</samp>&rsquo; option.
 </p>
 <p>In addition, each -j option can contain an optional
 date specification which, when used with branches, can
 limit the chosen revision to one within a specific
 date.  An optional date is specified by adding a colon
 (:) to the tag:
-<samp>`-j<var>Symbolic_Tag</var>:<var>Date_Specifier</var>'</samp>.
+&lsquo;<samp>-j<var>Symbolic_Tag</var>:<var>Date_Specifier</var></samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <p>See section <a href="cvs_5.html#SEC54">Branching and merging</a>.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-N</code></dt>
-<dd><p>Only useful together with <samp>`-d <var>dir</var>'</samp>.  With
+<dd><p>Only useful together with &lsquo;<samp>-d <var>dir</var></samp>&rsquo;. 
 With
 this option, <small>CVS</small> will not &ldquo;shorten&rdquo; module paths
 in your working directory when you check out a single
-module.  See the <samp>`-d'</samp> flag for examples and a
+module.  See the &lsquo;<samp>-d</samp>&rsquo; flag for examples and a
 discussion.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-s</code></dt>
-<dd><p>Like <samp>`-c'</samp>, but include the status of all modules,
+<dd><p>Like &lsquo;<samp>-c</samp>&rsquo;, but include the status of all 
modules,
 and sort it by the status string.  See section <a 
href="cvs_18.html#SEC158">The modules file</a>, for
-info about the <samp>`-s'</samp> option that is used inside the
+info about the &lsquo;<samp>-s</samp>&rsquo; option that is used inside the
 modules file to set the module status.
 </p></dd>
 </dl>
@@ -1423,12 +1423,12 @@
 </tr></table>
 <h3 class="appendixsubsec"> A.7.2 checkout examples </h3>
 
-<p>Get a copy of the module <samp>`tc'</samp>:
+<p>Get a copy of the module &lsquo;<samp>tc</samp>&rsquo;:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ cvs checkout tc
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>Get a copy of the module <samp>`tc'</samp> as it looked one day
+<p>Get a copy of the module &lsquo;<samp>tc</samp>&rsquo; as it looked one day
 ago:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ cvs checkout -D yesterday 
tc
@@ -1476,9 +1476,9 @@
 examined.  <code>commit</code> is careful to change in the
 repository only those files that you have really
 changed.  By default (or if you explicitly specify the
-<samp>`-R'</samp> option), files in subdirectories are also
+&lsquo;<samp>-R</samp>&rsquo; option), files in subdirectories are also
 examined and committed if they have changed; you can
-use the <samp>`-l'</samp> option to limit <code>commit</code> to the
+use the &lsquo;<samp>-l</samp>&rsquo; option to limit <code>commit</code> to 
the
 current directory only.
 </p>
 <p><code>commit</code> verifies that the selected files are up
@@ -1496,9 +1496,9 @@
 and placed in the <small>RCS</small> file inside the
 repository.  This log message can be retrieved with the
 <code>log</code> command; see <a href="#SEC143">log&mdash;Print out log 
information for files</a>.  You can specify the
-log message on the command line with the <samp>`-m
-<var>message</var>'</samp> option, and thus avoid the editor invocation,
-or use the <samp>`-F <var>file</var>'</samp> option to specify
+log message on the command line with the &lsquo;<samp>-m
+<var>message</var></samp>&rsquo; option, and thus avoid the editor invocation,
+or use the &lsquo;<samp>-F <var>file</var></samp>&rsquo; option to specify
 that the argument file contains the log message.
 </p>
 <table class="menu" border="0" cellspacing="0">
@@ -1559,7 +1559,7 @@
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-f</code></dt>
 <dd><p>Note that this is not the standard behavior of
-the <samp>`-f'</samp> option as defined in <a href="#SEC119">Common command 
options</a>.
+the &lsquo;<samp>-f</samp>&rsquo; option as defined in <a 
href="#SEC119">Common command options</a>.
 </p>
 <p>Force <small>CVS</small> to commit a new revision even if you haven't
 made any changes to the file.  If the current revision
@@ -1570,10 +1570,10 @@
 $ cvs commit -r 1.8 <var>file</var>
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>The <samp>`-f'</samp> option disables recursion (i.e., it
-implies <samp>`-l'</samp>).  To force <small>CVS</small> to commit a new
+<p>The &lsquo;<samp>-f</samp>&rsquo; option disables recursion (i.e., it
+implies &lsquo;<samp>-l</samp>&rsquo;).  To force <small>CVS</small> to commit 
a new
 revision for all files in all subdirectories, you must
-use <samp>`-f -R'</samp>.
+use &lsquo;<samp>-f -R</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-m <var>message</var></code></dt>
@@ -1625,8 +1625,8 @@
 <h4 class="appendixsubsubsec"> A.8.2.1 Committing to a branch </h4>
 
 <p>You can commit to a branch revision (one that has an
-even number of dots) with the <samp>`-r'</samp> option.  To
-create a branch revision, use the <samp>`-b'</samp> option
+even number of dots) with the &lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo; option.  To
+create a branch revision, use the &lsquo;<samp>-b</samp>&rsquo; option
 of the <code>rtag</code> or <code>tag</code> commands
 (see section <a href="cvs_5.html#SEC54">Branching and merging</a>).  Then, 
either <code>checkout</code> or
 <code>update</code> can be used to base your sources on the
@@ -1645,7 +1645,7 @@
 $ cvs commit
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>This works automatically since the <samp>`-r'</samp> option is
+<p>This works automatically since the &lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo; option is
 sticky.
 </p>
 <hr size="6">
@@ -1684,12 +1684,12 @@
 $ cvs commit
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>The <code>update</code> command will make the <samp>`-r
-EXPR1'</samp> option sticky on all files.  Note that your
+<p>The <code>update</code> command will make the &lsquo;<samp>-r
+EXPR1</samp>&rsquo; option sticky on all files.  Note that your
 changes to the files will never be removed by the
 <code>update</code> command.  The <code>commit</code> will
 automatically commit to the correct branch, because the
-<samp>`-r'</samp> is sticky.  You could also do like this:
+&lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo; is sticky.  You could also do like this:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">[[ hacked sources are 
present ]]
 $ cvs tag -b EXPR1
@@ -1697,8 +1697,8 @@
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
 <p>but then, only those files that were changed by you
-will have the <samp>`-r EXPR1'</samp> sticky flag.  If you hack
-away, and commit without specifying the <samp>`-r EXPR1'</samp>
+will have the &lsquo;<samp>-r EXPR1</samp>&rsquo; sticky flag.  If you hack
+away, and commit without specifying the &lsquo;<samp>-r EXPR1</samp>&rsquo;
 flag, some files may accidentally end up on the main
 trunk.
 </p>
@@ -1783,7 +1783,7 @@
 <dl compact="compact">
 <dt> <code>-D <var>date</var></code></dt>
 <dd><p>Use the most recent revision no later than <var>date</var>.
-See <samp>`-r'</samp> for how this affects the comparison.
+See &lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo; for how this affects the comparison.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-k <var>kflag</var></code></dt>
@@ -1802,292 +1802,292 @@
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-r <var>tag</var></code></dt>
 <dd><p>Compare with revision <var>tag</var>.  Zero, one or two
-<samp>`-r'</samp> options can be present.  With no <samp>`-r'</samp>
+&lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo; options can be present.  With no 
&lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo;
 option, the working file will be compared with the
-revision it was based on.  With one <samp>`-r'</samp>, that
+revision it was based on.  With one &lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo;, that
 revision will be compared to your current working file.
-With two <samp>`-r'</samp> options those two revisions will be
+With two &lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo; options those two revisions will be
 compared (and your working file will not affect the
 outcome in any way).
 </p>
-<p>One or both <samp>`-r'</samp> options can be replaced by a
-<samp>`-D <var>date</var>'</samp> option, described above.
+<p>One or both &lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo; options can be replaced by a
+&lsquo;<samp>-D <var>date</var></samp>&rsquo; option, described above.
 </p></dd>
 </dl>
 
 <p>The following options specify the format of the
 output.  They have the same meaning as in GNU diff.
 Most options have two equivalent names, one of which is a single letter
-preceded by <samp>`-'</samp>, and the other of which is a long name preceded by
-<samp>`--'</samp>.
+preceded by &lsquo;<samp>-</samp>&rsquo;, and the other of which is a long 
name preceded by
+&lsquo;<samp>--</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <dl compact="compact">
-<dt> <samp>`-<var>lines</var>'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-<var>lines</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Show <var>lines</var> (an integer) lines of context.  This option does 
not
 specify an output format by itself; it has no effect unless it is
-combined with <samp>`-c'</samp> or <samp>`-u'</samp>.  This option is 
obsolete.  For proper
+combined with &lsquo;<samp>-c</samp>&rsquo; or &lsquo;<samp>-u</samp>&rsquo;.  
This option is obsolete.  For proper
 operation, <code>patch</code> typically needs at least two lines of context.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-a'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-a</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Treat all files as text and compare them line-by-line, even if they
 do not seem to be text.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-b'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-b</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Ignore trailing white space and consider all other sequences of one or
 more white space characters to be equivalent.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-B'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-B</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Ignore changes that just insert or delete blank lines.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--binary'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--binary</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Read and write data in binary mode.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--brief'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--brief</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Report only whether the files differ, not the details of the
 differences.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-c'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-c</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Use the context output format.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-C <var>lines</var>'</samp></dt>
-<dt> <samp>`--context[=<var>lines</var>]'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-C <var>lines</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--context[=<var>lines</var>]</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Use the context output format, showing <var>lines</var> (an integer) 
lines of
 context, or three if <var>lines</var> is not given.
 For proper operation, <code>patch</code> typically needs at least two lines of
 context.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--changed-group-format=<var>format</var>'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--changed-group-format=<var>format</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Use <var>format</var> to output a line group containing differing lines 
from
 both files in if-then-else format.  See section <a href="#SEC132">Line group 
formats</a>.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-d'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-d</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Change the algorithm to perhaps find a smaller set of changes.  This 
makes
 <code>diff</code> slower (sometimes much slower).
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-e'</samp></dt>
-<dt> <samp>`--ed'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-e</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--ed</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Make output that is a valid <code>ed</code> script.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--expand-tabs'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--expand-tabs</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Expand tabs to spaces in the output, to preserve the alignment of tabs
 in the input files.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-f'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-f</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Make output that looks vaguely like an <code>ed</code> script but has 
changes
 in the order they appear in the file.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-F <var>regexp</var>'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-F <var>regexp</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>In context and unified format, for each hunk of differences, show some
 of the last preceding line that matches <var>regexp</var>.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--forward-ed'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--forward-ed</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Make output that looks vaguely like an <code>ed</code> script but has 
changes
 in the order they appear in the file.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-H'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-H</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Use heuristics to speed handling of large files that have numerous
 scattered small changes.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--horizon-lines=<var>lines</var>'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--horizon-lines=<var>lines</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Do not discard the last <var>lines</var> lines of the common prefix
 and the first <var>lines</var> lines of the common suffix.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-i'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-i</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Ignore changes in case; consider upper- and lower-case letters
 equivalent.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-I <var>regexp</var>'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-I <var>regexp</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Ignore changes that just insert or delete lines that match 
<var>regexp</var>.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--ifdef=<var>name</var>'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--ifdef=<var>name</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Make merged if-then-else output using <var>name</var>.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--ignore-all-space'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--ignore-all-space</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Ignore white space when comparing lines.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--ignore-blank-lines'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--ignore-blank-lines</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Ignore changes that just insert or delete blank lines.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--ignore-case'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--ignore-case</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Ignore changes in case; consider upper- and lower-case to be the same.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--ignore-matching-lines=<var>regexp</var>'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--ignore-matching-lines=<var>regexp</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Ignore changes that just insert or delete lines that match 
<var>regexp</var>.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--ignore-space-change'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--ignore-space-change</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Ignore trailing white space and consider all other sequences of one or
 more white space characters to be equivalent.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--initial-tab'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--initial-tab</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Output a tab rather than a space before the text of a line in normal or
 context format.  This causes the alignment of tabs in the line to look
 normal.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-L <var>label</var>'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-L <var>label</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Use <var>label</var> instead of the file name in the context format
 and unified format headers.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--label=<var>label</var>'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--label=<var>label</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Use <var>label</var> instead of the file name in the context format
 and unified format headers.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--left-column'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--left-column</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Print only the left column of two common lines in side by side format.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--line-format=<var>format</var>'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--line-format=<var>format</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Use <var>format</var> to output all input lines in if-then-else format.
 See section <a href="#SEC133">Line formats</a>.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--minimal'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--minimal</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Change the algorithm to perhaps find a smaller set of changes.  This
 makes <code>diff</code> slower (sometimes much slower).
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-n'</samp></dt>
-<dd><p>Output RCS-format diffs; like <samp>`-f'</samp> except that each command
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-n</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
+<dd><p>Output RCS-format diffs; like &lsquo;<samp>-f</samp>&rsquo; except that 
each command
 specifies the number of lines affected.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-N'</samp></dt>
-<dt> <samp>`--new-file'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-N</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--new-file</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>In directory comparison, if a file is found in only one directory,
 treat it as present but empty in the other directory.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--new-group-format=<var>format</var>'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--new-group-format=<var>format</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Use <var>format</var> to output a group of lines taken from just the 
second
 file in if-then-else format.  See section <a href="#SEC132">Line group 
formats</a>.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--new-line-format=<var>format</var>'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--new-line-format=<var>format</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Use <var>format</var> to output a line taken from just the second file 
in
 if-then-else format.  See section <a href="#SEC133">Line formats</a>.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--old-group-format=<var>format</var>'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--old-group-format=<var>format</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Use <var>format</var> to output a group of lines taken from just the 
first
 file in if-then-else format.  See section <a href="#SEC132">Line group 
formats</a>.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--old-line-format=<var>format</var>'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--old-line-format=<var>format</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Use <var>format</var> to output a line taken from just the first file in
 if-then-else format.  See section <a href="#SEC133">Line formats</a>.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-p'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-p</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Show which C function each change is in.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--rcs'</samp></dt>
-<dd><p>Output RCS-format diffs; like <samp>`-f'</samp> except that each command
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--rcs</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
+<dd><p>Output RCS-format diffs; like &lsquo;<samp>-f</samp>&rsquo; except that 
each command
 specifies the number of lines affected.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--report-identical-files'</samp></dt>
-<dt> <samp>`-s'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--report-identical-files</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-s</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Report when two files are the same.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--show-c-function'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--show-c-function</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Show which C function each change is in.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--show-function-line=<var>regexp</var>'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--show-function-line=<var>regexp</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>In context and unified format, for each hunk of differences, show some
 of the last preceding line that matches <var>regexp</var>.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--side-by-side'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--side-by-side</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Use the side by side output format.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--speed-large-files'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--speed-large-files</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Use heuristics to speed handling of large files that have numerous
 scattered small changes.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--suppress-common-lines'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--suppress-common-lines</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Do not print common lines in side by side format.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-t'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-t</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Expand tabs to spaces in the output, to preserve the alignment of tabs
 in the input files.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-T'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-T</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Output a tab rather than a space before the text of a line in normal or
 context format.  This causes the alignment of tabs in the line to look
 normal.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--text'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--text</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Treat all files as text and compare them line-by-line, even if they
 do not appear to be text.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-u'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-u</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Use the unified output format.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--unchanged-group-format=<var>format</var>'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--unchanged-group-format=<var>format</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Use <var>format</var> to output a group of common lines taken from both 
files
 in if-then-else format.  See section <a href="#SEC132">Line group formats</a>.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--unchanged-line-format=<var>format</var>'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--unchanged-line-format=<var>format</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Use <var>format</var> to output a line common to both files in 
if-then-else
 format.  See section <a href="#SEC133">Line formats</a>.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-U <var>lines</var>'</samp></dt>
-<dt> <samp>`--unified[=<var>lines</var>]'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-U <var>lines</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--unified[=<var>lines</var>]</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Use the unified output format, showing <var>lines</var> (an integer) 
lines of
 context, or three if <var>lines</var> is not given.
 For proper operation, <code>patch</code> typically needs at least two lines of
 context.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-w'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-w</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Ignore white space when comparing lines.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-W <var>columns</var>'</samp></dt>
-<dt> <samp>`--width=<var>columns</var>'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-W <var>columns</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--width=<var>columns</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Use an output width of <var>columns</var> in side by side format.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`-y'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>-y</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Use the side by side output format.
 </p></dd>
 </dl>
@@ -2123,11 +2123,11 @@
 languages and text formatting languages.  A line group format specifies
 the output format for a contiguous group of similar lines.
 </p>
-<p>For example, the following command compares the TeX file <tt>`myfile'</tt>
+<p>For example, the following command compares the TeX file 
&lsquo;<tt>myfile</tt>&rsquo;
 with the original version from the repository,
 and outputs a merged file in which old regions are
-surrounded by <samp>`\begin{em}'</samp>-<samp>`\end{em}'</samp> lines, and new
-regions are surrounded by <samp>`\begin{bf}'</samp>-<samp>`\end{bf}'</samp> 
lines.
+surrounded by 
&lsquo;<samp>\begin{em}</samp>&rsquo;-&lsquo;<samp>\end{em}</samp>&rsquo; 
lines, and new
+regions are surrounded by 
&lsquo;<samp>\begin{bf}</samp>&rsquo;-&lsquo;<samp>\end{bf}</samp>&rsquo; lines.
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">cvs diff \
    --old-group-format='\begin{em}
@@ -2179,123 +2179,123 @@
 typically contains shell metacharacters.
 </p>
 <dl compact="compact">
-<dt> <samp>`--old-group-format=<var>format</var>'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--old-group-format=<var>format</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>These line groups are hunks containing only lines from the first file.
 The default old group format is the same as the changed group format if
 it is specified; otherwise it is a format that outputs the line group as-is.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--new-group-format=<var>format</var>'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--new-group-format=<var>format</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>These line groups are hunks containing only lines from the second
 file.  The default new group format is same as the changed group
 format if it is specified; otherwise it is a format that outputs the
 line group as-is.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--changed-group-format=<var>format</var>'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--changed-group-format=<var>format</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>These line groups are hunks containing lines from both files.  The
 default changed group format is the concatenation of the old and new
 group formats.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--unchanged-group-format=<var>format</var>'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--unchanged-group-format=<var>format</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>These line groups contain lines common to both files.  The default
 unchanged group format is a format that outputs the line group as-is.
 </p></dd>
 </dl>
 
 <p>In a line group format, ordinary characters represent themselves;
-conversion specifications start with <samp>`%'</samp> and have one of the
+conversion specifications start with &lsquo;<samp>%</samp>&rsquo; and have one 
of the
 following forms.
 </p>
 <dl compact="compact">
-<dt> <samp>`%&lt;'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>%&lt;</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>stands for the lines from the first file, including the trailing 
newline.
 Each line is formatted according to the old line format (see section <a 
href="#SEC133">Line formats</a>).
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`%&gt;'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>%&gt;</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>stands for the lines from the second file, including the trailing 
newline.
 Each line is formatted according to the new line format.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`%='</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>%=</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>stands for the lines common to both files, including the trailing 
newline.
 Each line is formatted according to the unchanged line format.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`%%'</samp></dt>
-<dd><p>stands for <samp>`%'</samp>.
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>%%</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
+<dd><p>stands for &lsquo;<samp>%</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`%c'<var>C</var>''</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>%c'<var>C</var>'</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>where <var>C</var> is a single character, stands for <var>C</var>.
 <var>C</var> may not be a backslash or an apostrophe.
-For example, <samp>`%c':''</samp> stands for a colon, even inside
+For example, &lsquo;<samp>%c':'</samp>&rsquo; stands for a colon, even inside
 the then-part of an if-then-else format, which a colon would
 normally terminate.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`%c'\<var>O</var>''</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>%c'\<var>O</var>'</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>where <var>O</var> is a string of 1, 2, or 3 octal digits,
 stands for the character with octal code <var>O</var>.
-For example, <samp>`%c'\0''</samp> stands for a null character.
+For example, &lsquo;<samp>%c'\0'</samp>&rsquo; stands for a null character.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`<var>F</var><var>n</var>'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp><var>F</var><var>n</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>where <var>F</var> is a <code>printf</code> conversion specification 
and <var>n</var> is one
 of the following letters, stands for <var>n</var>'s value formatted with 
<var>F</var>.
 </p>
 <dl compact="compact">
-<dt> <samp>`e'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>e</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>The line number of the line just before the group in the old file.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`f'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>f</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>The line number of the first line in the group in the old file;
 equals <var>e</var> + 1.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`l'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>l</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>The line number of the last line in the group in the old file.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`m'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>m</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>The line number of the line just after the group in the old file;
 equals <var>l</var> + 1.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`n'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>n</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>The number of lines in the group in the old file; equals <var>l</var> - 
<var>f</var> + 1.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`E, F, L, M, N'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>E, F, L, M, N</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>Likewise, for lines in the new file.
 </p>
 </dd>
 </dl>
 
-<p>The <code>printf</code> conversion specification can be <samp>`%d'</samp>,
-<samp>`%o'</samp>, <samp>`%x'</samp>, or <samp>`%X'</samp>, specifying 
decimal, octal,
+<p>The <code>printf</code> conversion specification can be 
&lsquo;<samp>%d</samp>&rsquo;,
+&lsquo;<samp>%o</samp>&rsquo;, &lsquo;<samp>%x</samp>&rsquo;, or 
&lsquo;<samp>%X</samp>&rsquo;, specifying decimal, octal,
 lower case hexadecimal, or upper case hexadecimal output
-respectively.  After the <samp>`%'</samp> the following options can appear in
-sequence: a <samp>`-'</samp> specifying left-justification; an integer
+respectively.  After the &lsquo;<samp>%</samp>&rsquo; the following options 
can appear in
+sequence: a &lsquo;<samp>-</samp>&rsquo; specifying left-justification; an 
integer
 specifying the minimum field width; and a period followed by an
 optional integer specifying the minimum number of digits.
-For example, <samp>`%5dN'</samp> prints the number of new lines in the group
+For example, &lsquo;<samp>%5dN</samp>&rsquo; prints the number of new lines in 
the group
 in a field of width 5 characters, using the <code>printf</code> format 
<code>&quot;%5d&quot;</code>.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`(<var>A</var>=<var>B</var>?<var>T</var>:<var>E</var>)'</samp></dt>
+<dt> 
&lsquo;<samp>(<var>A</var>=<var>B</var>?<var>T</var>:<var>E</var>)</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>If <var>A</var> equals <var>B</var> then <var>T</var> else <var>E</var>.
 <var>A</var> and <var>B</var> are each either a decimal constant
 or a single letter interpreted as above.
 This format spec is equivalent to <var>T</var> if
 <var>A</var>'s value equals <var>B</var>'s; otherwise it is equivalent to 
<var>E</var>.
 </p>
-<p>For example, <samp>`%(N=0?no:%dN) line%(N=1?:s)'</samp> is equivalent to
-<samp>`no lines'</samp> if <var>N</var> (the number of lines in the group in 
the
-new file) is 0, to <samp>`1 line'</samp> if <var>N</var> is 1, and to 
<samp>`%dN lines'</samp>
+<p>For example, &lsquo;<samp>%(N=0?no:%dN) line%(N=1?:s)</samp>&rsquo; is 
equivalent to
+&lsquo;<samp>no lines</samp>&rsquo; if <var>N</var> (the number of lines in 
the group in the
+new file) is 0, to &lsquo;<samp>1 line</samp>&rsquo; if <var>N</var> is 1, and 
to &lsquo;<samp>%dN lines</samp>&rsquo;
 otherwise.
 </p></dd>
 </dl>
@@ -2326,7 +2326,7 @@
 </p>
 <p>For example, the following command outputs text with a one-column
 change indicator to the left of the text.  The first column of output
-is <samp>`-'</samp> for deleted lines, <samp>`|'</samp> for added lines, and a 
space
+is &lsquo;<samp>-</samp>&rsquo; for deleted lines, 
&lsquo;<samp>|</samp>&rsquo; for added lines, and a space
 for unchanged lines.  The formats contain newline characters where
 newlines are desired on output.
 </p>
@@ -2344,72 +2344,72 @@
 quote <var>format</var>, since it often contains shell metacharacters.
 </p>
 <dl compact="compact">
-<dt> <samp>`--old-line-format=<var>format</var>'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--old-line-format=<var>format</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>formats lines just from the first file.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--new-line-format=<var>format</var>'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--new-line-format=<var>format</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>formats lines just from the second file.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--unchanged-line-format=<var>format</var>'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--unchanged-line-format=<var>format</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>formats lines common to both files.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`--line-format=<var>format</var>'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>--line-format=<var>format</var></samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>formats all lines; in effect, it sets all three above options 
simultaneously.
 </p></dd>
 </dl>
 
 <p>In a line format, ordinary characters represent themselves;
-conversion specifications start with <samp>`%'</samp> and have one of the
+conversion specifications start with &lsquo;<samp>%</samp>&rsquo; and have one 
of the
 following forms.
 </p>
 <dl compact="compact">
-<dt> <samp>`%l'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>%l</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>stands for the contents of the line, not counting its trailing
 newline (if any).  This format ignores whether the line is incomplete.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`%L'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>%L</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>stands for the contents of the line, including its trailing newline
 (if any).  If a line is incomplete, this format preserves its
 incompleteness.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`%%'</samp></dt>
-<dd><p>stands for <samp>`%'</samp>.
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>%%</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
+<dd><p>stands for &lsquo;<samp>%</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`%c'<var>C</var>''</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>%c'<var>C</var>'</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>where <var>C</var> is a single character, stands for <var>C</var>.
 <var>C</var> may not be a backslash or an apostrophe.
-For example, <samp>`%c':''</samp> stands for a colon.
+For example, &lsquo;<samp>%c':'</samp>&rsquo; stands for a colon.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`%c'\<var>O</var>''</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp>%c'\<var>O</var>'</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>where <var>O</var> is a string of 1, 2, or 3 octal digits,
 stands for the character with octal code <var>O</var>.
-For example, <samp>`%c'\0''</samp> stands for a null character.
+For example, &lsquo;<samp>%c'\0'</samp>&rsquo; stands for a null character.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <samp>`<var>F</var>n'</samp></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<samp><var>F</var>n</samp>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>where <var>F</var> is a <code>printf</code> conversion specification,
 stands for the line number formatted with <var>F</var>.
-For example, <samp>`%.5dn'</samp> prints the line number using the
+For example, &lsquo;<samp>%.5dn</samp>&rsquo; prints the line number using the
 <code>printf</code> format <code>&quot;%.5d&quot;</code>.  See section <a 
href="#SEC132">Line group formats</a>, for
 more about printf conversion specifications.
 </p>
 </dd>
 </dl>
 
-<p>The default line format is <samp>`%l'</samp> followed by a newline 
character.
+<p>The default line format is &lsquo;<samp>%l</samp>&rsquo; followed by a 
newline character.
 </p>
 <p>If the input contains tab characters and it is important that they line
-up on output, you should ensure that <samp>`%l'</samp> or <samp>`%L'</samp> in 
a line
-format is just after a tab stop (e.g. by preceding <samp>`%l'</samp> or
-<samp>`%L'</samp> with a tab character), or you should use the 
<samp>`-t'</samp> or
-<samp>`--expand-tabs'</samp> option.
+up on output, you should ensure that &lsquo;<samp>%l</samp>&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;<samp>%L</samp>&rsquo; in a line
+format is just after a tab stop (e.g. by preceding 
&lsquo;<samp>%l</samp>&rsquo; or
+&lsquo;<samp>%L</samp>&rsquo; with a tab character), or you should use the 
&lsquo;<samp>-t</samp>&rsquo; or
+&lsquo;<samp>--expand-tabs</samp>&rsquo; option.
 </p>
 <p>Taken together, the line and line group formats let you specify many
 different formats.  For example, the following command uses a format
@@ -2453,9 +2453,9 @@
 </tr></table>
 <h3 class="appendixsubsec"> A.9.2 diff examples </h3>
 
-<p>The following line produces a Unidiff (<samp>`-u'</samp> flag)
+<p>The following line produces a Unidiff (&lsquo;<samp>-u</samp>&rsquo; flag)
 between revision 1.14 and 1.19 of
-<tt>`backend.c'</tt>.  Due to the <samp>`-kk'</samp> flag no
+&lsquo;<tt>backend.c</tt>&rsquo;.  Due to the &lsquo;<samp>-kk</samp>&rsquo; 
flag no
 keywords are substituted, so differences that only depend
 on keyword substitution are ignored.
 </p>
@@ -2518,21 +2518,21 @@
 the <small>CVS</small> administrative directories.  For example, you
 might use <code>export</code> to prepare source for shipment
 off-site.  This command requires that you specify a
-date or tag (with <samp>`-D'</samp> or <samp>`-r'</samp>), so that you
+date or tag (with &lsquo;<samp>-D</samp>&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo;), so that you
 can count on reproducing the source you ship to others
 (and thus it always prunes empty directories).
 </p>
-<p>One often would like to use <samp>`-kv'</samp> with <code>cvs
+<p>One often would like to use &lsquo;<samp>-kv</samp>&rsquo; with <code>cvs
 export</code>.  This causes any keywords to be
 expanded such that an import done at some other site
 will not lose the keyword revision information.  But be
 aware that doesn't handle an export containing binary
 files correctly.  Also be aware that after having used
-<samp>`-kv'</samp>, one can no longer use the <code>ident</code>
+&lsquo;<samp>-kv</samp>&rsquo;, one can no longer use the <code>ident</code>
 command (which is part of the <small>RCS</small> suite&mdash;see
 ident(1)) which looks for keyword strings.  If
 you want to be able to use <code>ident</code> you must not
-use <samp>`-kv'</samp>.
+use &lsquo;<samp>-kv</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <table class="menu" border="0" cellspacing="0">
 <tr><td align="left" valign="top"><a href="#SEC136">A.10.1 export 
options</a></td><td>&nbsp;&nbsp;</td><td align="left" valign="top"></td></tr>
@@ -2606,7 +2606,7 @@
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-N</code></dt>
-<dd><p>Only useful together with <samp>`-d <var>dir</var>'</samp>.
+<dd><p>Only useful together with &lsquo;<samp>-d <var>dir</var></samp>&rsquo;.
 See section <a href="#SEC123">checkout options</a>, for complete details on how
 <small>CVS</small> handles this flag.
 </p></dd>
@@ -2638,7 +2638,7 @@
 <li>
 Synopsis:     history [-report] [-flags] [-options args] [files&hellip;]
 </li><li>
-Requires: the file <tt>`$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/history'</tt>
+Requires: the file &lsquo;<tt>$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/history</tt>&rsquo;
 </li><li>
 Changes: nothing.
 </li></ul>
@@ -2650,10 +2650,10 @@
 various formats.
 </p>
 <p>Logging must be enabled by creating the file
-<tt>`$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/history'</tt>.
+&lsquo;<tt>$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/history</tt>&rsquo;.
 </p>
-<p><strong>Note: <code>history</code> uses <samp>`-f'</samp>, 
<samp>`-l'</samp>,
-<samp>`-n'</samp>, and <samp>`-p'</samp> in ways that conflict with the
+<p><strong>Note: <code>history</code> uses &lsquo;<samp>-f</samp>&rsquo;, 
&lsquo;<samp>-l</samp>&rsquo;,
+&lsquo;<samp>-n</samp>&rsquo;, and &lsquo;<samp>-p</samp>&rsquo; in ways that 
conflict with the
 normal use inside <small>CVS</small> (see section <a href="#SEC119">Common 
command options</a>).</strong>
 </p>
 <table class="menu" border="0" cellspacing="0">
@@ -2681,7 +2681,7 @@
 </tr></table>
 <h3 class="appendixsubsec"> A.11.1 history options </h3>
 
-<p>Several options (shown above as <samp>`-report'</samp>)  control  what
+<p>Several options (shown above as &lsquo;<samp>-report</samp>&rsquo;)  
control  what
 kind of report is generated:
 </p>
 <dl compact="compact">
@@ -2692,16 +2692,16 @@
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-e</code></dt>
 <dd><p>Everything (all record types).  Equivalent to
-specifying <samp>`-x'</samp> with all record types.  Of course,
-<samp>`-e'</samp> will also include record types which are
+specifying &lsquo;<samp>-x</samp>&rsquo; with all record types.  Of course,
+&lsquo;<samp>-e</samp>&rsquo; will also include record types which are
 added in a future version of <small>CVS</small>; if you are
 writing a script which can only handle certain record
-types, you'll want to specify <samp>`-x'</samp>.
+types, you'll want to specify &lsquo;<samp>-x</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-m <var>module</var></code></dt>
 <dd><p>Report on a particular module.  (You can meaningfully
-use <samp>`-m'</samp> more than once on the command line.)
+use &lsquo;<samp>-m</samp>&rsquo; more than once on the command line.)
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-o</code></dt>
@@ -2769,7 +2769,7 @@
 </dd>
 </dl>
 
-<p>The options shown as <samp>`-flags'</samp> constrain or expand
+<p>The options shown as &lsquo;<samp>-flags</samp>&rsquo; constrain or expand
 the report without requiring option arguments:
 </p>
 <dl compact="compact">
@@ -2789,7 +2789,7 @@
 </p></dd>
 </dl>
 
-<p>The options shown as <samp>`-options <var>args</var>'</samp> constrain the 
report
+<p>The options shown as &lsquo;<samp>-options <var>args</var></samp>&rsquo; 
constrain the report
 based on an argument:
 </p>
 <dl compact="compact">
@@ -2801,24 +2801,24 @@
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-D <var>date</var></code></dt>
 <dd><p>Show data since <var>date</var>.  This is slightly different
-from the normal use of <samp>`-D <var>date</var>'</samp>, which
+from the normal use of &lsquo;<samp>-D <var>date</var></samp>&rsquo;, which
 selects the newest revision older than <var>date</var>.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-f <var>file</var></code></dt>
 <dd><p>Show data for a particular file
-(you can specify several <samp>`-f'</samp> options on the same command line).
+(you can specify several &lsquo;<samp>-f</samp>&rsquo; options on the same 
command line).
 This is equivalent to specifying the file on the command line.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-n <var>module</var></code></dt>
 <dd><p>Show data for a particular module
-(you can specify several <samp>`-n'</samp> options on the same command line).
+(you can specify several &lsquo;<samp>-n</samp>&rsquo; options on the same 
command line).
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-p <var>repository</var></code></dt>
 <dd><p>Show data for a particular source repository  (you
-can specify several <samp>`-p'</samp> options on the same command
+can specify several &lsquo;<samp>-p</samp>&rsquo; options on the same command
 line).
 </p>
 </dd>
@@ -2831,7 +2831,7 @@
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-t <var>tag</var></code></dt>
 <dd><p>Show records since tag <var>tag</var> was last added to the
-history file.  This differs from the <samp>`-r'</samp> flag
+history file.  This differs from the &lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo; flag
 above in that it reads only the history file, not the
 <small>RCS</small> files, and is much faster.
 </p>
@@ -2894,16 +2894,16 @@
 <p>When you use import for updates to source that has been
 modified in your source repository (since a prior
 import), it will notify you of any files that conflict
-in the two branches of development; use <samp>`checkout
--j'</samp> to reconcile the differences, as import instructs
+in the two branches of development; use &lsquo;<samp>checkout
+-j</samp>&rsquo; to reconcile the differences, as import instructs
 you to do.
 </p>
 <p>If <small>CVS</small> decides a file should be ignored
 (see section <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC176">Ignoring files via cvsignore</a>), 
it does not import it and prints
-<samp>`I '</samp> followed by the filename (see section <a 
href="#SEC141">import output</a>, for a
+&lsquo;<samp>I </samp>&rsquo; followed by the filename (see section <a 
href="#SEC141">import output</a>, for a
 complete description of the output).
 </p>
-<p>If the file <tt>`$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/cvswrappers'</tt> exists,
+<p>If the file &lsquo;<tt>$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/cvswrappers</tt>&rsquo; exists,
 any file whose names match the specifications in that
 file will be treated as packages and the appropriate
 filtering will be performed on the file/directory
@@ -2979,7 +2979,7 @@
 setting will apply to all files created during the
 import, but not to any files that previously existed in
 the repository.  See <a href="cvs_12.html#SEC102">Substitution modes</a>, for a
-list of valid <samp>`-k'</samp> settings.
+list of valid &lsquo;<samp>-k</samp>&rsquo; settings.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-I <var>name</var></code></dt>
@@ -2989,7 +2989,7 @@
 default), specify `-I !'.
 </p>
 <p><var>name</var> can be a file name pattern of the same type
-that you can specify in the <tt>`.cvsignore'</tt> file.
+that you can specify in the &lsquo;<tt>.cvsignore</tt>&rsquo; file.
 See section <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC176">Ignoring files via cvsignore</a>.
 </p>
 </dd>
@@ -2998,7 +2998,7 @@
 import.  You can use this option repeatedly.
 </p>
 <p><var>spec</var> can be a file name pattern of the same type
-that you can specify in the <tt>`.cvswrappers'</tt>
+that you can specify in the &lsquo;<tt>.cvswrappers</tt>&rsquo;
 file. See section <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC165">The cvswrappers file</a>.
 </p></dd>
 </dl>
@@ -3053,7 +3053,7 @@
 People periodically suggest that this behavior should
 be changed, but if there is a consensus on what it
 should be changed to, it is not apparent.
-(Various options in the <tt>`modules'</tt> file can be used
+(Various options in the &lsquo;<tt>modules</tt>&rsquo; file can be used
 to recreate symbolic links on checkout, update, etc.;
 see section <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC158">The modules file</a>.)
 </p></dd>
@@ -3130,7 +3130,7 @@
 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).  (Other parts of
 <small>CVS</small> print times in the local timezone).
 </p>
-<p><strong>Note: <code>log</code> uses <samp>`-R'</samp> in a way that 
conflicts
+<p><strong>Note: <code>log</code> uses &lsquo;<samp>-R</samp>&rsquo; in a way 
that conflicts
 with the normal use inside <small>CVS</small> (see section <a 
href="#SEC119">Common command options</a>).</strong>
 </p>
 <table class="menu" border="0" cellspacing="0">
@@ -3172,7 +3172,7 @@
 <dd><p>Print information about revisions with a checkin
 date/time in the range given by the
 semicolon-separated list of dates.  The date formats
-accepted are those accepted by the <samp>`-D'</samp> option to
+accepted are those accepted by the &lsquo;<samp>-D</samp>&rsquo; option to
 many other <small>CVS</small> commands (see section <a href="#SEC119">Common 
command options</a>).
 Dates can be combined into ranges as follows:
 </p>
@@ -3199,8 +3199,8 @@
 </p></dd>
 </dl>
 
-<p>The <samp>`&gt;'</samp> or <samp>`&lt;'</samp> characters may be followed by
-<samp>`='</samp> to indicate an inclusive range rather than an
+<p>The &lsquo;<samp>&gt;</samp>&rsquo; or &lsquo;<samp>&lt;</samp>&rsquo; 
characters may be followed by
+&lsquo;<samp>=</samp>&rsquo; to indicate an inclusive range rather than an
 exclusive one.
 </p>
 <p>Note that the separator is a semicolon (;).
@@ -3278,9 +3278,9 @@
 </p></dd>
 </dl>
 
-<p>A bare <samp>`-r'</samp> with no revisions means the latest
+<p>A bare &lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo; with no revisions means the latest
 revision on the default branch, normally the trunk.
-There can be no space between the <samp>`-r'</samp> option and
+There can be no space between the &lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo; option and
 its argument.
 </p>
 </dd>
@@ -3295,7 +3295,7 @@
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-t</code></dt>
-<dd><p>Print the same as <samp>`-h'</samp>, plus the descriptive text.
+<dd><p>Print the same as &lsquo;<samp>-h</samp>&rsquo;, plus the descriptive 
text.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-w<var>logins</var></code></dt>
@@ -3303,14 +3303,14 @@
 with login names appearing in the comma-separated list
 <var>logins</var>.  If <var>logins</var> is omitted, the user's
 login is assumed.  There can be no space between the
-<samp>`-w'</samp> option and its argument.
+&lsquo;<samp>-w</samp>&rsquo; option and its argument.
 </p></dd>
 </dl>
 
 <p><code>log</code> prints the intersection of the revisions
-selected with the options <samp>`-d'</samp>, <samp>`-s'</samp>, and
-<samp>`-w'</samp>, intersected with the union of the revisions
-selected by <samp>`-b'</samp> and <samp>`-r'</samp>.
+selected with the options &lsquo;<samp>-d</samp>&rsquo;, 
&lsquo;<samp>-s</samp>&rsquo;, and
+&lsquo;<samp>-w</samp>&rsquo;, intersected with the union of the revisions
+selected by &lsquo;<samp>-b</samp>&rsquo; and &lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <hr size="6">
 <a name="log-examples"></a>
@@ -3375,8 +3375,8 @@
 require a prior checkout.) The diff output is sent to
 the standard output device.
 </p>
-<p>You can specify (using the standard <samp>`-r'</samp> and
-<samp>`-D'</samp> options) any combination of one or two
+<p>You can specify (using the standard &lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo; and
+&lsquo;<samp>-D</samp>&rsquo; options) any combination of one or two
 revisions or dates.  If only one revision or date is
 specified, the patch file reflects differences between
 that revision or date and the current head revisions in
@@ -3384,7 +3384,7 @@
 </p>
 <p>Note that if the software release affected is contained
 in more than one directory, then it may be necessary to
-specify the <samp>`-p'</samp> option to the <code>patch</code> command when
+specify the &lsquo;<samp>-p</samp>&rsquo; option to the <code>patch</code> 
command when
 patching the old sources, so that <code>patch</code> is able to find
 the files that are located in other directories.
 </p>
@@ -3468,7 +3468,7 @@
 Remember that old versions
 of the <code>patch</code> program can't handle the unidiff
 format, so if you plan to post this patch to the net
-you should probably not use <samp>`-u'</samp>.
+you should probably not use &lsquo;<samp>-u</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-V <var>vn</var></code></dt>
@@ -3511,7 +3511,7 @@
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
 <p>Suppose you have made release 1.3, and forked a branch
-called <samp>`R_1_3fix'</samp> for bugfixes.  <samp>`R_1_3_1'</samp>
+called &lsquo;<samp>R_1_3fix</samp>&rsquo; for bugfixes.  
&lsquo;<samp>R_1_3_1</samp>&rsquo;
 corresponds to release 1.3.1, which was made some time
 ago.  Now, you want to see how much development has been
 done on the branch.  This command can be used:
@@ -3554,7 +3554,7 @@
 </li></ul>
 
 <p>This command is meant to safely cancel the effect of
-<samp>`cvs checkout'</samp>.  Since <small>CVS</small> doesn't lock files, it
+&lsquo;<samp>cvs checkout</samp>&rsquo;.  Since <small>CVS</small> doesn't 
lock files, it
 isn't strictly necessary to use this command.  You can
 always simply delete your working directory, if you
 like; but you risk losing changes you may have
@@ -3562,14 +3562,14 @@
 file (see section <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC178">The history file</a>) that 
you've abandoned your
 checkout.
 </p>
-<p>Use <samp>`cvs release'</samp> to avoid these problems.  This
+<p>Use &lsquo;<samp>cvs release</samp>&rsquo; to avoid these problems.  This
 command checks that no uncommitted changes are
 present; that you are executing it from immediately
 above a <small>CVS</small> working directory; and that the repository
 recorded for your files is the same as the repository
 defined in the module database.
 </p>
-<p>If all these conditions are true, <samp>`cvs release'</samp>
+<p>If all these conditions are true, &lsquo;<samp>cvs release</samp>&rsquo;
 leaves a record of its execution (attesting to your
 intentionally abandoning your checkout) in the <small>CVS</small>
 history log.
@@ -3649,7 +3649,7 @@
 <dt> <code>P <var>file</var></code></dt>
 <dd><p>There exists a newer revision of this file in the
 repository, and you have not modified your local copy
-of the file (<samp>`U'</samp> and <samp>`P'</samp> mean the same thing).
+of the file (&lsquo;<samp>U</samp>&rsquo; and &lsquo;<samp>P</samp>&rsquo; 
mean the same thing).
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>A <var>file</var></code></dt>
@@ -3675,7 +3675,7 @@
 <dd><p><var>file</var> is in your working directory, but does not
 correspond to anything in the source repository, and is
 not in the list of files for <small>CVS</small> to ignore (see the
-description of the <samp>`-I'</samp> option, and
+description of the &lsquo;<samp>-I</samp>&rsquo; option, and
 see section <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC176">Ignoring files via cvsignore</a>).  
If you remove your working
 sources, this file will be lost.
 </p></dd>
@@ -3702,11 +3702,11 @@
 </tr></table>
 <h3 class="appendixsubsec"> A.15.3 release examples </h3>
 
-<p>Release the <tt>`tc'</tt> directory, and delete your local working copy
+<p>Release the &lsquo;<tt>tc</tt>&rsquo; directory, and delete your local 
working copy
 of the files.
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ cd ..         # You must 
stand immediately above the
-                # sources when you issue <samp>`cvs release'</samp>.
+                # sources when you issue &lsquo;<samp>cvs 
release</samp>&rsquo;.
 $ cvs release -d tc
 You have [0] altered files in this repository.
 Are you sure you want to release (and delete) directory `tc': y
@@ -3789,13 +3789,13 @@
 <dl compact="compact">
 <dt> <code>-D date</code></dt>
 <dd><p>Use the most recent revision no later than <var>date</var>.
-This option is sticky, and implies <samp>`-P'</samp>.
+This option is sticky, and implies &lsquo;<samp>-P</samp>&rsquo;.
 See <a href="cvs_4.html#SEC53">Sticky tags</a>, for more information on sticky 
tags/dates.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-f</code></dt>
-<dd><p>Only useful with the <samp>`-D <var>date</var>'</samp> or <samp>`-r
-<var>tag</var>'</samp> flags.  If no matching revision is found,
+<dd><p>Only useful with the &lsquo;<samp>-D <var>date</var></samp>&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;<samp>-r
+<var>tag</var></samp>&rsquo; flags.  If no matching revision is found,
 retrieve the most recent revision (instead of ignoring
 the file).
 </p>
@@ -3828,7 +3828,7 @@
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-r rev</code></dt>
 <dd><p>Retrieve revision/tag <var>rev</var>.  This option is sticky,
-and implies <samp>`-P'</samp>.
+and implies &lsquo;<samp>-P</samp>&rsquo;.
 See <a href="cvs_4.html#SEC53">Sticky tags</a>, for more information on sticky 
tags/dates.
 </p></dd>
 </dl>
@@ -3838,14 +3838,14 @@
 </p>
 <dl compact="compact">
 <dt> <code>-A</code></dt>
-<dd><p>Reset any sticky tags, dates, or <samp>`-k'</samp> options.
+<dd><p>Reset any sticky tags, dates, or &lsquo;<samp>-k</samp>&rsquo; options.
 See <a href="cvs_4.html#SEC53">Sticky tags</a>, for more information on sticky 
tags/dates.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-C</code></dt>
 <dd><p>Overwrite locally modified files with clean copies from
 the repository (the modified file is saved in
-<tt>`.#<var>file</var>.<var>revision</var>'</tt>, however).
+&lsquo;<tt>.#<var>file</var>.<var>revision</var></tt>&rsquo;, however).
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-d</code></dt>
@@ -3861,15 +3861,15 @@
 repository when you created your working directory
 (either through use of a module name or by listing
 explicitly the files and directories you wanted on the
-command line), then updating with <samp>`-d'</samp> will create
+command line), then updating with &lsquo;<samp>-d</samp>&rsquo; will create
 those directories, which may not be what you want.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-I <var>name</var></code></dt>
 <dd><p>Ignore files whose names match <var>name</var> (in your
 working directory) during the update.  You can specify
-<samp>`-I'</samp> more than once on the command line to specify
-several files to ignore.  Use <samp>`-I !'</samp> to avoid
+&lsquo;<samp>-I</samp>&rsquo; more than once on the command line to specify
+several files to ignore.  Use &lsquo;<samp>-I !</samp>&rsquo; to avoid
 ignoring any files at all.  See section <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC176">Ignoring 
files via cvsignore</a>, for other
 ways to make <small>CVS</small> ignore some files.
 </p>
@@ -3879,34 +3879,34 @@
 update.  You can use this option repeatedly.
 </p>
 <p><var>spec</var> can be a file name pattern of the same type
-that you can specify in the <tt>`.cvswrappers'</tt>
+that you can specify in the &lsquo;<tt>.cvswrappers</tt>&rsquo;
 file. See section <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC165">The cvswrappers file</a>.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-j<var>revision</var></code></dt>
-<dd><p>With two <samp>`-j'</samp> options, merge changes from the
-revision specified with the first <samp>`-j'</samp> option to
-the revision specified with the second <samp>`j'</samp> option,
+<dd><p>With two &lsquo;<samp>-j</samp>&rsquo; options, merge changes from the
+revision specified with the first &lsquo;<samp>-j</samp>&rsquo; option to
+the revision specified with the second &lsquo;<samp>j</samp>&rsquo; option,
 into the working directory.
 </p>
-<p>With one <samp>`-j'</samp> option, merge changes from the
+<p>With one &lsquo;<samp>-j</samp>&rsquo; option, merge changes from the
 ancestor revision to the revision specified with the
-<samp>`-j'</samp> option, into the working directory.  The
+&lsquo;<samp>-j</samp>&rsquo; option, into the working directory.  The
 ancestor revision is the common ancestor of the
 revision which the working directory is based on, and
-the revision specified in the <samp>`-j'</samp> option.
+the revision specified in the &lsquo;<samp>-j</samp>&rsquo; option.
 </p>
-<p>Note that using a single <samp>`-j <var>tagname</var>'</samp> option rather 
than
-<samp>`-j <var>branchname</var>'</samp> to merge changes from a branch will
+<p>Note that using a single &lsquo;<samp>-j <var>tagname</var></samp>&rsquo; 
option rather than
+&lsquo;<samp>-j <var>branchname</var></samp>&rsquo; to merge changes from a 
branch will
 often not remove files which were removed on the branch.
 See section <a href="cvs_5.html#SEC63">Merging can add or remove files</a>, 
for more.
 </p>
-<p>In addition, each <samp>`-j'</samp> option can contain an optional
+<p>In addition, each &lsquo;<samp>-j</samp>&rsquo; option can contain an 
optional
 date specification which, when used with branches, can
 limit the chosen revision to one within a specific
 date.  An optional date is specified by adding a colon
 (:) to the tag:
-<samp>`-j<var>Symbolic_Tag</var>:<var>Date_Specifier</var>'</samp>.
+&lsquo;<samp>-j<var>Symbolic_Tag</var>:<var>Date_Specifier</var></samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <p>See section <a href="cvs_5.html#SEC54">Branching and merging</a>.
 </p>
@@ -3948,8 +3948,8 @@
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>P <var>file</var></code></dt>
-<dd><p>Like <samp>`U'</samp>, but the <small>CVS</small> server sends a patch 
instead of an entire
-file.  This accomplishes the same thing as <samp>`U'</samp> using less 
bandwidth.
+<dd><p>Like &lsquo;<samp>U</samp>&rsquo;, but the <small>CVS</small> server 
sends a patch instead of an entire
+file.  This accomplishes the same thing as &lsquo;<samp>U</samp>&rsquo; using 
less bandwidth.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>A <var>file</var></code></dt>
@@ -3969,7 +3969,7 @@
 <dt> <code>M <var>file</var></code></dt>
 <dd><p>The file is modified in  your  working  directory.
 </p>
-<p><samp>`M'</samp> can indicate one of two states for a file
+<p>&lsquo;<samp>M</samp>&rsquo; can indicate one of two states for a file
 you're working on: either there were no modifications
 to the same file in the repository, so that your file
 remains as you last saw it; or there were modifications
@@ -3992,23 +3992,23 @@
 directory) is now the result of attempting to merge
 the two revisions; an unmodified copy of your file
 is also in your working directory, with the name
-<tt>`.#<var>file</var>.<var>revision</var>'</tt> where <var>revision</var>
+&lsquo;<tt>.#<var>file</var>.<var>revision</var></tt>&rsquo; where 
<var>revision</var>
 is the revision that your modified file started
 from.  Resolve the conflict as described in
 <a href="cvs_10.html#SEC86">Conflicts example</a>.
 (Note that some systems automatically purge
-files that begin with <tt>`.#'</tt> if they have not been
+files that begin with &lsquo;<tt>.#</tt>&rsquo; if they have not been
 accessed for a few days.  If you intend to keep a copy
 of your original file, it is a very good idea to rename
 it.)  Under <small>VMS</small>, the file name starts with
-<tt>`__'</tt> rather than <tt>`.#'</tt>.
+&lsquo;<tt>__</tt>&rsquo; rather than &lsquo;<tt>.#</tt>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>? <var>file</var></code></dt>
 <dd><p><var>file</var> is in your working directory, but does not
 correspond to anything in the source repository, and is
 not in the list of files for <small>CVS</small> to ignore (see the
-description of the <samp>`-I'</samp> option, and
+description of the &lsquo;<samp>-I</samp>&rsquo; option, and
 see section <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC176">Ignoring files via cvsignore</a>).
 </p></dd>
 </dl>
Index: texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_17.html
diff -u texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_17.html:1.28 
texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_17.html:1.29
--- texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_17.html:1.28   Sat Mar 25 13:26:47 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_17.html        Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -97,7 +97,7 @@
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-f</code></dt>
-<dd><p>Do not read the <tt>`~/.cvsrc'</tt> file.  See <a 
href="cvs_16.html#SEC118">Global options</a>.
+<dd><p>Do not read the &lsquo;<tt>~/.cvsrc</tt>&rsquo; file.  See <a 
href="cvs_16.html#SEC118">Global options</a>.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-H</code></dt>
@@ -106,7 +106,7 @@
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-l</code></dt>
-<dd><p>Do not log in <tt>`$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/history'</tt> file.  See <a 
href="cvs_16.html#SEC118">Global options</a>.
+<dd><p>Do not log in &lsquo;<tt>$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/history</tt>&rsquo; file.  
See <a href="cvs_16.html#SEC118">Global options</a>.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-n</code></dt>
@@ -406,7 +406,7 @@
 <dd><p>Show differences between revisions.  See <a 
href="cvs_16.html#SEC130">diff&mdash;Show differences between revisions</a>.
 In addition to the options shown below, accepts a wide
 variety of options to control output style, for example
-<samp>`-c'</samp> for context diffs.
+&lsquo;<samp>-c</samp>&rsquo; for context diffs.
 </p>
 <dl compact="compact">
 <dt> <code>-D <var>date1</var></code></dt>
@@ -1016,7 +1016,7 @@
 <dt> <code>-C</code></dt>
 <dd><p>Overwrite locally modified files with clean copies from
 the repository (the modified file is saved in
-<tt>`.#<var>file</var>.<var>revision</var>'</tt>, however).
+&lsquo;<tt>.#<var>file</var>.<var>revision</var></tt>&rsquo;, however).
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-D <var>date</var></code></dt>
Index: texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_18.html
diff -u texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_18.html:1.26 
texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_18.html:1.27
--- texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_18.html:1.26   Sat Mar 25 13:26:47 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_18.html        Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -61,13 +61,13 @@
 <h1 class="appendix"> C. Reference manual for Administrative files </h1>
 
 <p>Inside the repository, in the directory
-<tt>`$CVSROOT/CVSROOT'</tt>, there are a number of
+&lsquo;<tt>$CVSROOT/CVSROOT</tt>&rsquo;, there are a number of
 supportive files for <small>CVS</small>.  You can use <small>CVS</small> in a 
limited
 fashion without any of them, but if they are set up
 properly they can help make life easier.  For a
 discussion of how to edit them, see <a href="cvs_2.html#SEC20">The 
administrative files</a>.
 </p>
-<p>The most important of these files is the <tt>`modules'</tt>
+<p>The most important of these files is the &lsquo;<tt>modules</tt>&rsquo;
 file, which defines the modules inside the repository.
 </p>
 <table class="menu" border="0" cellspacing="0">
@@ -112,16 +112,16 @@
 </tr></table>
 <h2 class="appendixsec"> C.1 The modules file </h2>
 
-<p>The <tt>`modules'</tt> file records your definitions of
+<p>The &lsquo;<tt>modules</tt>&rsquo; file records your definitions of
 names for collections of source code.  <small>CVS</small> will
 use these definitions if you use <small>CVS</small> to update the
 modules file (use normal commands like <code>add</code>,
 <code>commit</code>, etc).
 </p>
-<p>The <tt>`modules'</tt> file may contain blank lines and
-comments (lines beginning with <samp>`#'</samp>) as well as
+<p>The &lsquo;<tt>modules</tt>&rsquo; file may contain blank lines and
+comments (lines beginning with &lsquo;<samp>#</samp>&rsquo;) as well as
 module definitions.  Long lines can be continued on the
-next line by specifying a backslash (<samp>`\'</samp>) as the
+next line by specifying a backslash (&lsquo;<samp>\</samp>&rsquo;) as the
 last character on the line.
 </p>
 <p>There are three basic types of modules: alias modules,
@@ -129,10 +129,10 @@
 between them is the way that they map files in the
 repository to files in the working directory.  In all
 of the following examples, the top-level repository
-contains a directory called <tt>`first-dir'</tt>, which
-contains two files, <tt>`file1'</tt> and <tt>`file2'</tt>, and a
-directory <tt>`sdir'</tt>.  <tt>`first-dir/sdir'</tt> contains
-a file <tt>`sfile'</tt>.
+contains a directory called &lsquo;<tt>first-dir</tt>&rsquo;, which
+contains two files, &lsquo;<tt>file1</tt>&rsquo; and 
&lsquo;<tt>file2</tt>&rsquo;, and a
+directory &lsquo;<tt>sdir</tt>&rsquo;.  &lsquo;<tt>first-dir/sdir</tt>&rsquo; 
contains
+a file &lsquo;<tt>sfile</tt>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 
 <table class="menu" border="0" cellspacing="0">
@@ -177,7 +177,7 @@
 <dl compact="compact">
 <dt> <code><var>mname</var> -a <var>aliases</var>&hellip;</code></dt>
 <dd><p>This represents the simplest way of defining a module
-<var>mname</var>.  The <samp>`-a'</samp> flags the definition as a
+<var>mname</var>.  The &lsquo;<samp>-a</samp>&rsquo; flags the definition as a
 simple alias: <small>CVS</small> will treat any use of <var>mname</var> (as
 a command argument) as if the list of names
 <var>aliases</var> had been specified instead.
@@ -233,7 +233,7 @@
 <dl compact="compact">
 <dt> <code><var>mname</var> [ options ] <var>dir</var> [ 
<var>files</var>&hellip; ]</code></dt>
 <dd><p>In the simplest case, this form of module definition
-reduces to <samp>`<var>mname</var> <var>dir</var>'</samp>.  This defines
+reduces to &lsquo;<samp><var>mname</var> <var>dir</var></samp>&rsquo;.  This 
defines
 all the files in directory <var>dir</var> as module mname.
 <var>dir</var> is a relative path (from <code>$CVSROOT</code>) to a
 directory of source in the source repository.  In this
@@ -271,7 +271,7 @@
 
 <p>With this definition, getting the regfiles module
 will create a single working directory
-<tt>`regfiles'</tt> containing the file listed, which
+&lsquo;<tt>regfiles</tt>&rsquo; containing the file listed, which
 comes from a directory deeper
 in the <small>CVS</small> source repository:
 </p>
@@ -302,7 +302,7 @@
 <h3 class="appendixsubsec"> C.1.3 Ampersand modules </h3>
 
 <p>A module definition can refer to other modules by
-including <samp>`&amp;<var>module</var>'</samp> in its definition.
+including &lsquo;<samp>&amp;<var>module</var></samp>&rsquo; in its definition.
 </p><table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example"><var>mname</var> [ 
options ] <var>&amp;module</var>&hellip;
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
@@ -329,7 +329,7 @@
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
 <p>There is one quirk/bug: the messages that <small>CVS</small>
-prints omit the <tt>`ampermod'</tt>, and thus do not
+prints omit the &lsquo;<tt>ampermod</tt>&rsquo;, and thus do not
 correctly display the location to which it is checking
 out the files:
 </p>
@@ -368,7 +368,7 @@
 <h3 class="appendixsubsec"> C.1.4 Excluding directories </h3>
 
 <p>An alias module may exclude particular directories from
-other modules by using an exclamation mark (<samp>`!'</samp>)
+other modules by using an exclamation mark (&lsquo;<samp>!</samp>&rsquo;)
 before the name of each directory to be excluded.
 </p>
 <p>For example, if the modules file contains:
@@ -376,9 +376,9 @@
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">exmodule -a !first-dir/sdir 
first-dir
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>then checking out the module <samp>`exmodule'</samp> will check
-out everything in <samp>`first-dir'</samp> except any files in
-the subdirectory <samp>`first-dir/sdir'</samp>.
+<p>then checking out the module &lsquo;<samp>exmodule</samp>&rsquo; will check
+out everything in &lsquo;<samp>first-dir</samp>&rsquo; except any files in
+the subdirectory &lsquo;<samp>first-dir/sdir</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <hr size="6">
 <a name="Module-options"></a>
@@ -435,7 +435,7 @@
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-s <var>status</var></code></dt>
 <dd><p>Assign a status to the module.  When the module file is
-printed with <samp>`cvs checkout -s'</samp> the modules are
+printed with &lsquo;<samp>cvs checkout -s</samp>&rsquo; the modules are
 sorted according to primarily module status, and
 secondarily according to the module name.  This option
 has no other meaning.  You can use this option for
@@ -520,18 +520,18 @@
 
 <p>Wrappers refers to a <small>CVS</small> feature which lets you
 control certain settings based on the name of the file
-which is being operated on.  The settings are <samp>`-k'</samp>
-for binary files, and <samp>`-m'</samp> for nonmergeable text
+which is being operated on.  The settings are &lsquo;<samp>-k</samp>&rsquo;
+for binary files, and &lsquo;<samp>-m</samp>&rsquo; for nonmergeable text
 files.
 </p>
-<p>The <samp>`-m'</samp> option
+<p>The &lsquo;<samp>-m</samp>&rsquo; option
 specifies the merge methodology that should be used when
 a non-binary file is updated.  <code>MERGE</code> means the usual
 <small>CVS</small> behavior: try to merge the files.  <code>COPY</code>
 means that <code>cvs update</code> will refuse to merge
 files, as it also does for files specified as binary
-with <samp>`-kb'</samp> (but if the file is specified as
-binary, there is no need to specify <samp>`-m 'COPY''</samp>).
+with &lsquo;<samp>-kb</samp>&rsquo; (but if the file is specified as
+binary, there is no need to specify &lsquo;<samp>-m 'COPY'</samp>&rsquo;).
 <small>CVS</small> will provide the user with the
 two versions of the files, and require the user using
 mechanisms outside <small>CVS</small>, to insert any necessary
@@ -541,12 +541,12 @@
 <small>CVS</small> 1.9 or earlier - such versions of <small>CVS</small> will
 copy one version of your file over the other, wiping
 out the previous contents.</strong>
-The <samp>`-m'</samp> wrapper option only affects behavior when
+The &lsquo;<samp>-m</samp>&rsquo; wrapper option only affects behavior when
 merging is done on update; it does not affect how files
 are stored.  See <a href="cvs_9.html#SEC80">Handling binary files</a>, for 
more on
 binary files.
 </p>
-<p>The basic format of the file <tt>`cvswrappers'</tt> is:
+<p>The basic format of the file &lsquo;<tt>cvswrappers</tt>&rsquo; is:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">wildcard     [option 
value][option value]...
 
@@ -560,7 +560,7 @@
 
 <p>For example, the following command imports a
 directory, treating files whose name ends in
-<samp>`.exe'</samp> as binary:
+&lsquo;<samp>.exe</samp>&rsquo; as binary:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">cvs import -I ! -W 
&quot;*.exe -k 'b'&quot; first-dir vendortag reltag
 </pre></td></tr></table>
@@ -587,7 +587,7 @@
 </tr></table>
 <h2 class="appendixsec"> C.3 The commit support files </h2>
 
-<p>The <samp>`-i'</samp> flag in the <tt>`modules'</tt> file can be
+<p>The &lsquo;<samp>-i</samp>&rsquo; flag in the 
&lsquo;<tt>modules</tt>&rsquo; file can be
 used to run a certain program whenever files are
 committed (see section <a href="#SEC158">The modules file</a>).  The files 
described in
 this section provide other, more flexible, ways to run
@@ -600,29 +600,29 @@
 programs.
 </p>
 <dl compact="compact">
-<dt> <tt>`commitinfo'</tt></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<tt>commitinfo</tt>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>The program is responsible for checking that the commit
 is allowed.  If it exits with a non-zero exit status
 the commit will be aborted.
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <tt>`verifymsg'</tt></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<tt>verifymsg</tt>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>The specified program is used to evaluate the log message,
 and possibly verify that it contains all required
 fields.  This is most useful in combination with the
-<tt>`rcsinfo'</tt> file, which can hold a log message
+&lsquo;<tt>rcsinfo</tt>&rsquo; file, which can hold a log message
 template (see section <a href="#SEC175">Rcsinfo</a>).
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <tt>`editinfo'</tt></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<tt>editinfo</tt>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>The specified program is used to edit the log message,
 and possibly verify that it contains all required
 fields.  This is most useful in combination with the
-<tt>`rcsinfo'</tt> file, which can hold a log message
+&lsquo;<tt>rcsinfo</tt>&rsquo; file, which can hold a log message
 template (see section <a href="#SEC175">Rcsinfo</a>).  (obsolete)
 </p>
 </dd>
-<dt> <tt>`loginfo'</tt></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<tt>loginfo</tt>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>The specified program is called when the commit is
 complete.  It receives the log message and some
 additional information and can store the log message in
@@ -667,8 +667,8 @@
 <h3 class="appendixsubsec"> C.3.1 The common syntax </h3>
 
 
-<p>The administrative files such as <tt>`commitinfo'</tt>,
-<tt>`loginfo'</tt>, <tt>`rcsinfo'</tt>, <tt>`verifymsg'</tt>, etc.,
+<p>The administrative files such as &lsquo;<tt>commitinfo</tt>&rsquo;,
+&lsquo;<tt>loginfo</tt>&rsquo;, &lsquo;<tt>rcsinfo</tt>&rsquo;, 
&lsquo;<tt>verifymsg</tt>&rsquo;, etc.,
 all have a common format.  The purpose of the files are
 described later on.  The common syntax is described
 here.
@@ -688,7 +688,7 @@
 </li></ul>
 
 <p>Blank lines are ignored.  Lines that start with the
-character <samp>`#'</samp> are treated as comments.  Long lines
+character &lsquo;<samp>#</samp>&rsquo; are treated as comments.  Long lines
 unfortunately can <em>not</em> be broken in two parts in
 any way.
 </p>
@@ -718,8 +718,8 @@
 </tr></table>
 <h3 class="appendixsubsec"> C.3.2 Commitinfo </h3>
 
-<p>The <tt>`commitinfo'</tt> file defines programs to execute
-whenever <samp>`cvs commit'</samp> is about to execute.  These
+<p>The &lsquo;<tt>commitinfo</tt>&rsquo; file defines programs to execute
+whenever &lsquo;<samp>cvs commit</samp>&rsquo; is about to execute.  These
 programs are used for pre-commit checking to verify
 that the modified, added and removed files are really
 ready to be committed.  This could be used, for
@@ -727,7 +727,7 @@
 to your site's standards for coding practice.
 </p>
 <p>As mentioned earlier, each line in the
-<tt>`commitinfo'</tt> file consists of a regular expression
+&lsquo;<tt>commitinfo</tt>&rsquo; file consists of a regular expression
 and a command-line template.  The template can include
 a program name and any number of arguments you wish to
 supply to it.  The full path to the current source
@@ -743,13 +743,13 @@
 </p>
 <a name="IDX263"></a>
 <p>If the repository name does not match any of the
-regular expressions in this file, the <samp>`DEFAULT'</samp>
+regular expressions in this file, the &lsquo;<samp>DEFAULT</samp>&rsquo;
 line is used, if it is specified.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX264"></a>
-<p>All occurrences of the name <samp>`ALL'</samp> appearing as a
+<p>All occurrences of the name &lsquo;<samp>ALL</samp>&rsquo; appearing as a
 regular expression are used in addition to the first
-matching regular expression or the name <samp>`DEFAULT'</samp>.
+matching regular expression or the name &lsquo;<samp>DEFAULT</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX265"></a>
 <a name="IDX266"></a>
@@ -794,22 +794,22 @@
 
 <p>Once you have entered a log message, you can evaluate
 that message to check for specific content, such as
-a bug ID.  Use the <tt>`verifymsg'</tt> file to
+a bug ID.  Use the &lsquo;<tt>verifymsg</tt>&rsquo; file to
 specify a program that is used to verify the log message.
 This program could be a simple script that checks
 that the entered message contains the required fields.
 </p>
-<p>The <tt>`verifymsg'</tt> file is often most useful together
-with the <tt>`rcsinfo'</tt> file, which can be used to
+<p>The &lsquo;<tt>verifymsg</tt>&rsquo; file is often most useful together
+with the &lsquo;<tt>rcsinfo</tt>&rsquo; file, which can be used to
 specify a log message template.
 </p>
-<p>Each line in the <tt>`verifymsg'</tt> file consists of a
+<p>Each line in the &lsquo;<tt>verifymsg</tt>&rsquo; file consists of a
 regular expression and a command-line template.  The
 template must include a program name, and can include
 any number of arguments.  The full path to the current
 log message template file is appended to the template.
 </p>
-<p>One thing that should be noted is that the <samp>`ALL'</samp>
+<p>One thing that should be noted is that the &lsquo;<samp>ALL</samp>&rsquo;
 keyword is not supported.  If more than one matching
 line is found, the first one is used.  This can be
 useful for specifying a default verification script in a
@@ -817,7 +817,7 @@
 </p>
 <a name="IDX267"></a>
 <p>If the repository name does not match any of the
-regular expressions in this file, the <samp>`DEFAULT'</samp>
+regular expressions in this file, the &lsquo;<samp>DEFAULT</samp>&rsquo;
 line is used, if it is specified.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX268"></a>
@@ -830,25 +830,25 @@
 controlled via the RereadLogAfterVerify CVSROOT/config
 option.
 </p>
-<p>When <samp>`RereadLogAfterVerify=always'</samp> or
-<samp>`RereadLogAfterVerify=stat'</samp>, the log message will
+<p>When &lsquo;<samp>RereadLogAfterVerify=always</samp>&rsquo; or
+&lsquo;<samp>RereadLogAfterVerify=stat</samp>&rsquo;, the log message will
 either always be reread after the verification script
 is run or reread only if the log message file status
 has changed.
 </p>
 <p>See section <a href="#SEC180">The CVSROOT/config configuration file</a>, 
for more on CVSROOT/config options.
 </p>
-<p>It is NOT a good idea for a <tt>`verifymsg'</tt> script to
+<p>It is NOT a good idea for a &lsquo;<tt>verifymsg</tt>&rsquo; script to
 interact directly with the user in the various
 client/server methods. For the <code>pserver</code> method,
 there is no protocol support for communicating between
-<tt>`verifymsg'</tt> and the client on the remote end. For the
+&lsquo;<tt>verifymsg</tt>&rsquo; and the client on the remote end. For the
 <code>ext</code> and <code>server</code> methods, it is possible
 for CVS to become confused by the characters going
 along the same channel as the CVS protocol
 messages. See <a href="cvs_2.html#SEC26">Remote repositories</a>, for more
 information on client/server setups.  In addition, at the time
-the <tt>`verifymsg'</tt> script runs, the CVS
+the &lsquo;<tt>verifymsg</tt>&rsquo; script runs, the CVS
 server has locks in place in the repository.  If control is
 returned to the user here then other users may be stuck waiting
 for access to the repository.
@@ -859,7 +859,7 @@
 useful if the rcstemplate has changed in the repository
 and the CVS/Template was not updated, but is able to be
 adapted to the new format by the verification script
-that is run by <tt>`verifymsg'</tt>.
+that is run by &lsquo;<tt>verifymsg</tt>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <p>An example of an update might be to change all
 occurrences of 'BugId:' to be 'DefectId:' (which can be
@@ -872,18 +872,18 @@
 validation of that value as being allowed is made.
 </p>
 <p>The following is a little silly example of a
-<tt>`verifymsg'</tt> file, together with the corresponding
-<tt>`rcsinfo'</tt> file, the log message template and an
+&lsquo;<tt>verifymsg</tt>&rsquo; file, together with the corresponding
+&lsquo;<tt>rcsinfo</tt>&rsquo; file, the log message template and an
 verification  script.  We begin with the log message template.
 We want to always record a bug-id number on the first
 line of the log message.  The rest of log message is
 free text.  The following template is found in the file
-<tt>`/usr/cvssupport/tc.template'</tt>.
+&lsquo;<tt>/usr/cvssupport/tc.template</tt>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">BugId:
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>The script <tt>`/usr/cvssupport/bugid.verify'</tt> is used to
+<p>The script &lsquo;<tt>/usr/cvssupport/bugid.verify</tt>&rsquo; is used to
 evaluate the log message.
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">#!/bin/sh
@@ -907,17 +907,17 @@
 fi
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>The <tt>`verifymsg'</tt> file contains this line:
+<p>The &lsquo;<tt>verifymsg</tt>&rsquo; file contains this line:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">^tc     
/usr/cvssupport/bugid.verify
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>The <tt>`rcsinfo'</tt> file contains this line:
+<p>The &lsquo;<tt>rcsinfo</tt>&rsquo; file contains this line:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">^tc     
/usr/cvssupport/tc.template
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>The <tt>`config'</tt> file contains this line:
+<p>The &lsquo;<tt>config</tt>&rsquo; file contains this line:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">RereadLogAfterVerify=always
 </pre></td></tr></table>
@@ -945,40 +945,40 @@
 </tr></table>
 <h3 class="appendixsubsec"> C.3.4 Editinfo </h3>
 
-<p><strong>Note: The <tt>`editinfo'</tt> feature has been
+<p><strong>Note: The &lsquo;<tt>editinfo</tt>&rsquo; feature has been
 rendered obsolete.  To set a default editor for log
 messages use the <code>CVSEDITOR</code>, <code>EDITOR</code> environment 
variables
-(see section <a href="cvs_19.html#SEC181">All environment variables which 
affect CVS</a>) or the <samp>`-e'</samp> global
+(see section <a href="cvs_19.html#SEC181">All environment variables which 
affect CVS</a>) or the &lsquo;<samp>-e</samp>&rsquo; global
 option (see section <a href="cvs_16.html#SEC118">Global options</a>).  See <a 
href="#SEC169">Verifying log messages</a>,
-for information on the use of the <tt>`verifymsg'</tt>
+for information on the use of the &lsquo;<tt>verifymsg</tt>&rsquo;
 feature for evaluating log messages.</strong>
 </p>
 <p>If you want to make sure that all log messages look the
-same way, you can use the <tt>`editinfo'</tt> file to
+same way, you can use the &lsquo;<tt>editinfo</tt>&rsquo; file to
 specify a program that is used to edit the log message.
 This program could be a custom-made editor that always
 enforces a certain style of the log message, or maybe a
 simple shell script that calls an editor, and checks
 that the entered message contains the required fields.
 </p>
-<p>If no matching line is found in the <tt>`editinfo'</tt>
+<p>If no matching line is found in the &lsquo;<tt>editinfo</tt>&rsquo;
 file, the editor specified in the environment variable
 <code>$CVSEDITOR</code> is used instead.  If that variable is
 not set, then the environment variable <code>$EDITOR</code>
 is used instead.  If that variable is not
 set a default will be used.  See <a href="cvs_1.html#SEC6">Committing your 
changes</a>.
 </p>
-<p>The <tt>`editinfo'</tt> file is often most useful together
-with the <tt>`rcsinfo'</tt> file, which can be used to
+<p>The &lsquo;<tt>editinfo</tt>&rsquo; file is often most useful together
+with the &lsquo;<tt>rcsinfo</tt>&rsquo; file, which can be used to
 specify a log message template.
 </p>
-<p>Each line in the <tt>`editinfo'</tt> file consists of a
+<p>Each line in the &lsquo;<tt>editinfo</tt>&rsquo; file consists of a
 regular expression and a command-line template.  The
 template must include a program name, and can include
 any number of arguments.  The full path to the current
 log message template file is appended to the template.
 </p>
-<p>One thing that should be noted is that the <samp>`ALL'</samp>
+<p>One thing that should be noted is that the &lsquo;<samp>ALL</samp>&rsquo;
 keyword is not supported.  If more than one matching
 line is found, the first one is used.  This can be
 useful for specifying a default edit script in a
@@ -986,17 +986,17 @@
 </p>
 <a name="IDX270"></a>
 <p>If the repository name does not match any of the
-regular expressions in this file, the <samp>`DEFAULT'</samp>
+regular expressions in this file, the &lsquo;<samp>DEFAULT</samp>&rsquo;
 line is used, if it is specified.
 </p>
 <p>If the edit script exits with a non-zero exit status,
 the commit is aborted.
 </p>
 <p>Note: when <small>CVS</small> is accessing a remote repository,
-or when the <samp>`-m'</samp> or <samp>`-F'</samp> options to <code>cvs
-commit</code> are used, <tt>`editinfo'</tt> will not be consulted.
+or when the &lsquo;<samp>-m</samp>&rsquo; or &lsquo;<samp>-F</samp>&rsquo; 
options to <code>cvs
+commit</code> are used, &lsquo;<tt>editinfo</tt>&rsquo; will not be consulted.
 There is no good workaround for this; use
-<tt>`verifymsg'</tt> instead.
+&lsquo;<tt>verifymsg</tt>&rsquo; instead.
 </p>
 <table class="menu" border="0" cellspacing="0">
 <tr><td align="left" valign="top"><a href="#SEC171">C.3.4.1 Editinfo 
example</a></td><td>&nbsp;&nbsp;</td><td align="left" valign="top"></td></tr>
@@ -1024,18 +1024,18 @@
 <h4 class="appendixsubsubsec"> C.3.4.1 Editinfo example </h4>
 
 <p>The following is a little silly example of a
-<tt>`editinfo'</tt> file, together with the corresponding
-<tt>`rcsinfo'</tt> file, the log message template and an
+&lsquo;<tt>editinfo</tt>&rsquo; file, together with the corresponding
+&lsquo;<tt>rcsinfo</tt>&rsquo; file, the log message template and an
 editor script.  We begin with the log message template.
 We want to always record a bug-id number on the first
 line of the log message.  The rest of log message is
 free text.  The following template is found in the file
-<tt>`/usr/cvssupport/tc.template'</tt>.
+&lsquo;<tt>/usr/cvssupport/tc.template</tt>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">BugId:
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>The script <tt>`/usr/cvssupport/bugid.edit'</tt> is used to
+<p>The script &lsquo;<tt>/usr/cvssupport/bugid.edit</tt>&rsquo; is used to
 edit the log message.
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">#!/bin/sh
@@ -1058,12 +1058,12 @@
 done
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>The <tt>`editinfo'</tt> file contains this line:
+<p>The &lsquo;<tt>editinfo</tt>&rsquo; file contains this line:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">^tc     
/usr/cvssupport/bugid.edit
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>The <tt>`rcsinfo'</tt> file contains this line:
+<p>The &lsquo;<tt>rcsinfo</tt>&rsquo; file contains this line:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">^tc     
/usr/cvssupport/tc.template
 </pre></td></tr></table>
@@ -1089,8 +1089,8 @@
 </tr></table>
 <h3 class="appendixsubsec"> C.3.5 Loginfo </h3>
 
-<p>The <tt>`loginfo'</tt> file is used to control where
-<samp>`cvs commit'</samp> log information is sent.  The first
+<p>The &lsquo;<tt>loginfo</tt>&rsquo; file is used to control where
+&lsquo;<samp>cvs commit</samp>&rsquo; log information is sent.  The first
 entry on a line is a regular expression which is tested
 against the directory that the change is being made to,
 relative to the <code>$CVSROOT</code>.  If a match is found, then
@@ -1098,23 +1098,23 @@
 should expect log information on its standard input.
 </p>
 <p>If the repository name does not match any of the
-regular expressions in this file, the <samp>`DEFAULT'</samp>
+regular expressions in this file, the &lsquo;<samp>DEFAULT</samp>&rsquo;
 line is used, if it is specified.
 </p>
-<p>All occurrences of the name <samp>`ALL'</samp> appearing as a
+<p>All occurrences of the name &lsquo;<samp>ALL</samp>&rsquo; appearing as a
 regular expression are used in addition to the first
-matching regular expression or <samp>`DEFAULT'</samp>.
+matching regular expression or &lsquo;<samp>DEFAULT</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <p>The first matching regular expression is used.
 </p>
 <p>See section <a href="#SEC166">The commit support files</a>, for a 
description of the syntax of
-the <tt>`loginfo'</tt> file.
+the &lsquo;<tt>loginfo</tt>&rsquo; file.
 </p>
 <p>The user may specify a format string as
 part of the filter.  The string is composed of a
-<samp>`%'</samp> followed by a space, or followed by a single
+&lsquo;<samp>%</samp>&rsquo; followed by a space, or followed by a single
 format character, or followed by a set of format
-characters surrounded by <samp>`{'</samp> and <samp>`}'</samp> as
+characters surrounded by &lsquo;<samp>{</samp>&rsquo; and 
&lsquo;<samp>}</samp>&rsquo; as
 separators.  The format characters are:
 </p>
 <dl compact="compact">
@@ -1133,8 +1133,8 @@
 expand to an empty field (commas separating fields are
 still provided).
 </p>
-<p>For example, some valid format strings are <samp>`%'</samp>,
-<samp>`%s'</samp>, <samp>`%{s}'</samp>, and <samp>`%{sVv}'</samp>.
+<p>For example, some valid format strings are &lsquo;<samp>%</samp>&rsquo;,
+&lsquo;<samp>%s</samp>&rsquo;, &lsquo;<samp>%{s}</samp>&rsquo;, and 
&lsquo;<samp>%{sVv}</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <p>The output will be a space separated string of tokens enclosed in
 quotation marks (<tt>&quot;</tt>).
@@ -1146,7 +1146,7 @@
 token will be the repository subdirectory.  The rest of the
 tokens will be comma-delimited lists of the information
 requested in the format string.  For example, if
-<samp>`/u/src/master/yoyodyne/tc'</samp> is the repository, 
<samp>`%{sVv}'</samp>
+&lsquo;<samp>/u/src/master/yoyodyne/tc</samp>&rsquo; is the repository, 
&lsquo;<samp>%{sVv}</samp>&rsquo;
 is the format string, and three files (<tt>ChangeLog</tt>,
 <tt>Makefile</tt>, <tt>foo.c</tt>) were modified, the output
 might be:
@@ -1154,11 +1154,11 @@
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">&quot;yoyodyne/tc 
ChangeLog,1.1,1.2 Makefile,1.3,1.4 foo.c,1.12,1.13&quot;
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>As another example, <samp>`%{}'</samp> means that only the
+<p>As another example, &lsquo;<samp>%{}</samp>&rsquo; means that only the
 name of the repository will be generated.
 </p>
 <p>Note: when <small>CVS</small> is accessing a remote repository,
-<tt>`loginfo'</tt> will be run on the <em>remote</em>
+&lsquo;<tt>loginfo</tt>&rsquo; will be run on the <em>remote</em>
 (i.e., server) side, not the client side (see section <a 
href="cvs_2.html#SEC26">Remote repositories</a>).
 </p>
 <table class="menu" border="0" cellspacing="0">
@@ -1188,20 +1188,20 @@
 </tr></table>
 <h4 class="appendixsubsubsec"> C.3.5.1 Loginfo example </h4>
 
-<p>The following <tt>`loginfo'</tt> file, together with the
+<p>The following &lsquo;<tt>loginfo</tt>&rsquo; file, together with the
 tiny shell-script below, appends all log messages
-to the file <tt>`$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/commitlog'</tt>,
+to the file &lsquo;<tt>$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/commitlog</tt>&rsquo;,
 and any commits to the administrative files (inside
-the <tt>`CVSROOT'</tt> directory) are also logged in
-<tt>`/usr/adm/cvsroot-log'</tt>.
-Commits to the <tt>`prog1'</tt> directory are mailed to <tt>ceder</tt>.
+the &lsquo;<tt>CVSROOT</tt>&rsquo; directory) are also logged in
+&lsquo;<tt>/usr/adm/cvsroot-log</tt>&rsquo;.
+Commits to the &lsquo;<tt>prog1</tt>&rsquo; directory are mailed to 
<tt>ceder</tt>.
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">ALL             
/usr/local/bin/cvs-log $CVSROOT/CVSROOT/commitlog $USER
 ^CVSROOT        /usr/local/bin/cvs-log /usr/adm/cvsroot-log
 ^prog1          Mail -s %s ceder
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>The shell-script <tt>`/usr/local/bin/cvs-log'</tt> looks
+<p>The shell-script &lsquo;<tt>/usr/local/bin/cvs-log</tt>&rsquo; looks
 like this:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">#!/bin/sh
@@ -1254,7 +1254,7 @@
 
 <p>This will cause checkins to repository directories
 starting with <code>cyclic-pages</code> to update the checked
-out tree in <tt>`/u/www/local-docs'</tt>.
+out tree in &lsquo;<tt>/u/www/local-docs</tt>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <hr size="6">
 <a name="rcsinfo"></a>
@@ -1277,42 +1277,42 @@
 </tr></table>
 <h2 class="appendixsec"> C.4 Rcsinfo </h2>
 
-<p>The <tt>`rcsinfo'</tt> file can be used to specify a form to
+<p>The &lsquo;<tt>rcsinfo</tt>&rsquo; file can be used to specify a form to
 edit when filling out the commit log.  The
-<tt>`rcsinfo'</tt> file has a syntax similar to the
-<tt>`verifymsg'</tt>, <tt>`commitinfo'</tt> and <tt>`loginfo'</tt>
+&lsquo;<tt>rcsinfo</tt>&rsquo; file has a syntax similar to the
+&lsquo;<tt>verifymsg</tt>&rsquo;, &lsquo;<tt>commitinfo</tt>&rsquo; and 
&lsquo;<tt>loginfo</tt>&rsquo;
 files.  See section <a href="#SEC167">The common syntax</a>.  Unlike the other 
files the second
 part is <em>not</em> a command-line template.  Instead,
 the part after the regular expression should be a full pathname to
 a file containing the log message template.
 </p>
 <p>If the repository name does not match any of the
-regular expressions in this file, the <samp>`DEFAULT'</samp>
+regular expressions in this file, the &lsquo;<samp>DEFAULT</samp>&rsquo;
 line is used, if it is specified.
 </p>
-<p>All occurrences of the name <samp>`ALL'</samp> appearing as a
+<p>All occurrences of the name &lsquo;<samp>ALL</samp>&rsquo; appearing as a
 regular expression are used in addition to the first
-matching regular expression or <samp>`DEFAULT'</samp>.
+matching regular expression or &lsquo;<samp>DEFAULT</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <p>The log message template will be used as a default log
-message.  If you specify a log message with <samp>`cvs
-commit -m <var>message</var>'</samp> or <samp>`cvs commit -f
-<var>file</var>'</samp> that log message will override the
+message.  If you specify a log message with &lsquo;<samp>cvs
+commit -m <var>message</var></samp>&rsquo; or &lsquo;<samp>cvs commit -f
+<var>file</var></samp>&rsquo; that log message will override the
 template.
 </p>
-<p>See section <a href="#SEC169">Verifying log messages</a>, for an example 
<tt>`rcsinfo'</tt>
+<p>See section <a href="#SEC169">Verifying log messages</a>, for an example 
&lsquo;<tt>rcsinfo</tt>&rsquo;
 file.
 </p>
 <p>When <small>CVS</small> is accessing a remote repository,
-the contents of <tt>`rcsinfo'</tt> at the time a directory
+the contents of &lsquo;<tt>rcsinfo</tt>&rsquo; at the time a directory
 is first checked out will specify a template. This
-template will be updated on all <samp>`cvs update'</samp>
+template will be updated on all &lsquo;<samp>cvs update</samp>&rsquo;
 commands. It will also be added to new directories
-added with a <samp>`cvs add new-directry'</samp> command.
+added with a &lsquo;<samp>cvs add new-directry</samp>&rsquo; command.
 In versions of <small>CVS</small> prior to version 1.12, the
-<tt>`CVS/Template'</tt> file was not updated. If the
+&lsquo;<tt>CVS/Template</tt>&rsquo; file was not updated. If the
 <small>CVS</small> server is at version 1.12 or higher an older
-client may be used and the <tt>`CVS/Template'</tt> will
+client may be used and the &lsquo;<tt>CVS/Template</tt>&rsquo; will
 be updated from the server.
 </p>
 <hr size="6">
@@ -1340,7 +1340,7 @@
 inside your working copy, but that you don't want to
 put under <small>CVS</small> control.  Examples are all the object
 files that you get while you compile your sources.
-Normally, when you run <samp>`cvs update'</samp>, it prints a
+Normally, when you run &lsquo;<samp>cvs update</samp>&rsquo;, it prints a
 line for each file it encounters that it doesn't know
 about (see section <a href="cvs_16.html#SEC155">update output</a>).
 </p>
@@ -1375,11 +1375,11 @@
 
 </li><li>
 The per-repository list in
-<tt>`$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/cvsignore'</tt> is appended to
+&lsquo;<tt>$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/cvsignore</tt>&rsquo; is appended to
 the list, if that file exists.
 
 </li><li>
-The per-user list in <tt>`.cvsignore'</tt> in your home
+The per-user list in &lsquo;<tt>.cvsignore</tt>&rsquo; in your home
 directory is appended to the list, if it exists.
 
 </li><li>
@@ -1387,41 +1387,41 @@
 <code>$CVSIGNORE</code> is appended to the list.
 
 </li><li>
-Any <samp>`-I'</samp> options given to <small>CVS</small> is appended.
+Any &lsquo;<samp>-I</samp>&rsquo; options given to <small>CVS</small> is 
appended.
 
 </li><li>
 As <small>CVS</small> traverses through your directories, the contents
-of any <tt>`.cvsignore'</tt> will be appended to the list.
-The patterns found in <tt>`.cvsignore'</tt> are only valid
+of any &lsquo;<tt>.cvsignore</tt>&rsquo; will be appended to the list.
+The patterns found in &lsquo;<tt>.cvsignore</tt>&rsquo; are only valid
 for the directory that contains them, not for
 any sub-directories.
 </li></ul>
 
 <p>In any of the 5 places listed above, a single
-exclamation mark (<samp>`!'</samp>) clears the ignore list.
+exclamation mark (&lsquo;<samp>!</samp>&rsquo;) clears the ignore list.
 This can be used if you want to store any file which
 normally is ignored by <small>CVS</small>.
 </p>
-<p>Specifying <samp>`-I !'</samp> to <code>cvs import</code> will import
+<p>Specifying &lsquo;<samp>-I !</samp>&rsquo; to <code>cvs import</code> will 
import
 everything, which is generally what you want to do if
 you are importing files from a pristine distribution or
 any other source which is known to not contain any
 extraneous files.  However, looking at the rules above
 you will see there is a fly in the ointment; if the
-distribution contains any <tt>`.cvsignore'</tt> files, then
+distribution contains any &lsquo;<tt>.cvsignore</tt>&rsquo; files, then
 the patterns from those files will be processed even if
-<samp>`-I !'</samp> is specified.  The only workaround is to
-remove the <tt>`.cvsignore'</tt> files in order to do the
+&lsquo;<samp>-I !</samp>&rsquo; is specified.  The only workaround is to
+remove the &lsquo;<tt>.cvsignore</tt>&rsquo; files in order to do the
 import.  Because this is awkward, in the future
-<samp>`-I !'</samp> might be modified to override
-<tt>`.cvsignore'</tt> files in each directory.
+&lsquo;<samp>-I !</samp>&rsquo; might be modified to override
+&lsquo;<tt>.cvsignore</tt>&rsquo; files in each directory.
 </p>
 <p>Note that the syntax of the ignore files consists of a
 series of lines, each of which contains a space
 separated list of filenames.  This offers no clean way
 to specify filenames which contain spaces, but you can
-use a workaround like <tt>`foo?bar'</tt> to match a file
-named <tt>`foo bar'</tt> (it also matches <tt>`fooxbar'</tt>
+use a workaround like &lsquo;<tt>foo?bar</tt>&rsquo; to match a file
+named &lsquo;<tt>foo bar</tt>&rsquo; (it also matches 
&lsquo;<tt>fooxbar</tt>&rsquo;
 and the like).  Also note that there is currently no
 way to specify comments.
 </p>
@@ -1447,26 +1447,26 @@
 <h2 class="appendixsec"> C.6 The checkoutlist file </h2>
 
 <p>It may be helpful to use <small>CVS</small> to maintain your own
-files in the <tt>`CVSROOT'</tt> directory.  For example,
-suppose that you have a script <tt>`logcommit.pl'</tt>
+files in the &lsquo;<tt>CVSROOT</tt>&rsquo; directory.  For example,
+suppose that you have a script &lsquo;<tt>logcommit.pl</tt>&rsquo;
 which you run by including the following line in the
-<tt>`commitinfo'</tt> administrative file:
+&lsquo;<tt>commitinfo</tt>&rsquo; administrative file:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">ALL   
$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/logcommit.pl
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>To maintain <tt>`logcommit.pl'</tt> with <small>CVS</small> you would
-add the following line to the <tt>`checkoutlist'</tt>
+<p>To maintain &lsquo;<tt>logcommit.pl</tt>&rsquo; with <small>CVS</small> you 
would
+add the following line to the &lsquo;<tt>checkoutlist</tt>&rsquo;
 administrative file:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">logcommit.pl
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>The format of <tt>`checkoutlist'</tt> is one line for each
+<p>The format of &lsquo;<tt>checkoutlist</tt>&rsquo; is one line for each
 file that you want to maintain using <small>CVS</small>, giving
 the name of the file.
 </p>
-<p>After setting up <tt>`checkoutlist'</tt> in this fashion,
+<p>After setting up &lsquo;<tt>checkoutlist</tt>&rsquo; in this fashion,
 the files listed there will function just like
 <small>CVS</small>'s built-in administrative files.  For example,
 when checking in one of the files you should get a
@@ -1475,15 +1475,15 @@
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">cvs commit: Rebuilding 
administrative file database
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>and the checked out copy in the <tt>`CVSROOT'</tt>
+<p>and the checked out copy in the &lsquo;<tt>CVSROOT</tt>&rsquo;
 directory should be updated.
 </p>
-<p>Note that listing <tt>`passwd'</tt> (see section <a 
href="cvs_2.html#SEC30">Setting up the server for password authentication</a>) 
in <tt>`checkoutlist'</tt> is not
+<p>Note that listing &lsquo;<tt>passwd</tt>&rsquo; (see section <a 
href="cvs_2.html#SEC30">Setting up the server for password authentication</a>) 
in &lsquo;<tt>checkoutlist</tt>&rsquo; is not
 recommended for security reasons.
 </p>
 <p>For information about keeping a checkout out copy in a
 more general context than the one provided by
-<tt>`checkoutlist'</tt>, see <a href="#SEC174">Keeping a checked out copy</a>.
+&lsquo;<tt>checkoutlist</tt>&rsquo;, see <a href="#SEC174">Keeping a checked 
out copy</a>.
 </p>
 <hr size="6">
 <a name="history-file"></a>
@@ -1506,14 +1506,14 @@
 </tr></table>
 <h2 class="appendixsec"> C.7 The history file </h2>
 
-<p>The file <tt>`$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/history'</tt> is used
+<p>The file &lsquo;<tt>$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/history</tt>&rsquo; is used
 to log information for the <code>history</code> command
 (see section <a href="cvs_16.html#SEC137">history&mdash;Show status of files 
and users</a>).  This file must be created to turn
 on logging.  This is done automatically if the
 <code>cvs init</code> command is used to set up the
 repository (see section <a href="cvs_2.html#SEC23">Creating a repository</a>).
 </p>
-<p>The file format of the <tt>`history'</tt> file is
+<p>The file format of the &lsquo;<tt>history</tt>&rsquo; file is
 documented only in comments in the <small>CVS</small> source
 code, but generally programs should use the <code>cvs
 history</code> command to access it anyway, in case the
@@ -1547,9 +1547,9 @@
 </p>
 <p>To find the home directory of the user running <small>CVS</small>
 (from the <code>HOME</code> environment variable), use
-<samp>`~'</samp> followed by <samp>`/'</samp> or the end of the line.
+&lsquo;<samp>~</samp>&rsquo; followed by &lsquo;<samp>/</samp>&rsquo; or the 
end of the line.
 Likewise for the home directory of <var>user</var>, use
-<samp>`~<var>user</var>'</samp>.  These variables are expanded on
+&lsquo;<samp>~<var>user</var></samp>&rsquo;.  These variables are expanded on
 the server machine, and don't get any reasonable
 expansion if pserver (see section <a href="cvs_2.html#SEC29">Direct connection 
with password authentication</a>)
 is in use; therefore user variables (see below) may be
@@ -1560,10 +1560,10 @@
 information internal to <small>CVS</small>.  A <small>CVS</small> internal
 variable has the syntax <code>${<var>variable</var>}</code>,
 where <var>variable</var> starts with a letter and consists
-of alphanumeric characters and <samp>`_'</samp>.  If the
+of alphanumeric characters and &lsquo;<samp>_</samp>&rsquo;.  If the
 character following <var>variable</var> is a
-non-alphanumeric character other than <samp>`_'</samp>, the
-<samp>`{'</samp> and <samp>`}'</samp> can be omitted.  The <small>CVS</small>
+non-alphanumeric character other than &lsquo;<samp>_</samp>&rsquo;, the
+&lsquo;<samp>{</samp>&rsquo; and &lsquo;<samp>}</samp>&rsquo; can be omitted.  
The <small>CVS</small>
 internal variables are:
 </p>
 <dl compact="compact">
@@ -1616,10 +1616,10 @@
 To expand a user variable, the
 administrative file contains
 <code>${=<var>variable</var>}</code>.  To set a user variable,
-specify the global option <samp>`-s'</samp> to <small>CVS</small>, with
+specify the global option &lsquo;<samp>-s</samp>&rsquo; to <small>CVS</small>, 
with
 argument <code><var>variable</var>=<var>value</var></code>.  It may be
 particularly useful to specify this option via
-<tt>`.cvsrc'</tt> (see section <a href="cvs_16.html#SEC117">Default options 
and the ~/.cvsrc file</a>).
+&lsquo;<tt>.cvsrc</tt>&rsquo; (see section <a 
href="cvs_16.html#SEC117">Default options and the ~/.cvsrc file</a>).
 </p>
 <p>For example, if you want the administrative file to
 refer to a test directory you might create a user
@@ -1634,9 +1634,9 @@
 ${=TESTDIR}/runtests</code>, then that string is expanded
 to <code>sh /work/local/tests/runtests</code>.
 </p>
-<p>All other strings containing <samp>`$'</samp> are reserved;
-there is no way to quote a <samp>`$'</samp> character so that
-<samp>`$'</samp> represents itself.
+<p>All other strings containing &lsquo;<samp>$</samp>&rsquo; are reserved;
+there is no way to quote a &lsquo;<samp>$</samp>&rsquo; character so that
+&lsquo;<samp>$</samp>&rsquo; represents itself.
 </p>
 <p>Environment variables passed to administrative files are:
 </p>
@@ -1649,7 +1649,7 @@
 <p>The <small>CVS</small>-specific username provided by the user, if it
 can be provided (currently just for the pserver access
 method), and to the empty string otherwise.  (<code>CVS_USER</code>
-and <code>USER</code> may differ when <tt>`$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/passwd'</tt>
+and <code>USER</code> may differ when 
&lsquo;<tt>$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/passwd</tt>&rsquo;
 is used to map <small>CVS</small> usernames to system usernames.)
 </p>
 </dd>
@@ -1687,13 +1687,13 @@
 <h2 class="appendixsec"> C.9 The CVSROOT/config configuration file </h2>
 
 
-<p>The administrative file <tt>`config'</tt> contains various
+<p>The administrative file &lsquo;<tt>config</tt>&rsquo; contains various
 miscellaneous settings which affect the behavior of
 <small>CVS</small>.  The syntax is slightly different from the
 other administrative files.  Variables are not
-expanded.  Lines which start with <samp>`#'</samp> are
+expanded.  Lines which start with &lsquo;<samp>#</samp>&rsquo; are
 considered comments.
-Other lines consist of a keyword, <samp>`='</samp>, and a
+Other lines consist of a keyword, &lsquo;<samp>=</samp>&rsquo;, and a
 value.  Note that this syntax is very strict.
 Extraneous spaces or tabs are not permitted.
 </p>
@@ -1712,30 +1712,30 @@
 <a name="IDX285"></a>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>SystemAuth=<var>value</var></code></dt>
-<dd><p>If <var>value</var> is <samp>`yes'</samp>, then pserver should check
+<dd><p>If <var>value</var> is &lsquo;<samp>yes</samp>&rsquo;, then pserver 
should check
 for users in the system's user database if not found in
-<tt>`CVSROOT/passwd'</tt>.  If it is <samp>`no'</samp>, then all
-pserver users must exist in <tt>`CVSROOT/passwd'</tt>.
-The default is <samp>`yes'</samp>.  For more on pserver, see
+&lsquo;<tt>CVSROOT/passwd</tt>&rsquo;.  If it is 
&lsquo;<samp>no</samp>&rsquo;, then all
+pserver users must exist in &lsquo;<tt>CVSROOT/passwd</tt>&rsquo;.
+The default is &lsquo;<samp>yes</samp>&rsquo;.  For more on pserver, see
 <a href="cvs_2.html#SEC29">Direct connection with password authentication</a>.
 </p>
 
 <a name="IDX286"></a>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>TopLevelAdmin=<var>value</var></code></dt>
-<dd><p>Modify the <samp>`checkout'</samp> command to create a
-<samp>`CVS'</samp> directory at the top level of the new
-working directory, in addition to <samp>`CVS'</samp>
+<dd><p>Modify the &lsquo;<samp>checkout</samp>&rsquo; command to create a
+&lsquo;<samp>CVS</samp>&rsquo; directory at the top level of the new
+working directory, in addition to &lsquo;<samp>CVS</samp>&rsquo;
 directories created within checked-out directories.
-The default value is <samp>`no'</samp>.
+The default value is &lsquo;<samp>no</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <p>This option is useful if you find yourself performing
 many commands at the top level of your working
 directory, rather than in one of the checked out
-subdirectories.  The <tt>`CVS'</tt> directory created there
+subdirectories.  The &lsquo;<tt>CVS</tt>&rsquo; directory created there
 will mean you don't have to specify <code>CVSROOT</code> for
 each command.  It also provides a place for the
-<tt>`CVS/Template'</tt> file (see section <a href="cvs_2.html#SEC19">How data 
is stored in the working directory</a>).
+&lsquo;<tt>CVS/Template</tt>&rsquo; file (see section <a 
href="cvs_2.html#SEC19">How data is stored in the working directory</a>).
 </p>
 <a name="IDX287"></a>
 </dd>
@@ -1767,25 +1767,25 @@
 <a name="IDX288"></a>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>LogHistory=<var>value</var></code></dt>
-<dd><p>Control what is logged to the <tt>`CVSROOT/history'</tt> file (see 
section <a href="cvs_16.html#SEC137">history&mdash;Show status of files and 
users</a>).
-Default of <samp>`TOEFWUCGMAR'</samp> (or simply <samp>`all'</samp>) will log
+<dd><p>Control what is logged to the &lsquo;<tt>CVSROOT/history</tt>&rsquo; 
file (see section <a href="cvs_16.html#SEC137">history&mdash;Show status of 
files and users</a>).
+Default of &lsquo;<samp>TOEFWUCGMAR</samp>&rsquo; (or simply 
&lsquo;<samp>all</samp>&rsquo;) will log
 all transactions.  Any subset of the default is
 legal.  (For example, to only log transactions that modify the
-<tt>`*,v'</tt> files, use <samp>`LogHistory=TMAR'</samp>.)
+&lsquo;<tt>*,v</tt>&rsquo; files, use 
&lsquo;<samp>LogHistory=TMAR</samp>&rsquo;.)
 </p>
 <a name="IDX289"></a>
 <a name="IDX290"></a>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>RereadLogAfterVerify=<var>value</var></code></dt>
-<dd><p>Modify the <samp>`commit'</samp> command such that CVS will reread the
-log message after running the program specified by <tt>`verifymsg'</tt>.
-<var>value</var> may be one of <samp>`yes'</samp> or <samp>`always'</samp>, 
indicating that
-the log message should always be reread; <samp>`no'</samp>
-or <samp>`never'</samp>, indicating that it should never be
-reread; or <var>value</var> may be <samp>`stat'</samp>, indicating
+<dd><p>Modify the &lsquo;<samp>commit</samp>&rsquo; command such that CVS will 
reread the
+log message after running the program specified by 
&lsquo;<tt>verifymsg</tt>&rsquo;.
+<var>value</var> may be one of &lsquo;<samp>yes</samp>&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;<samp>always</samp>&rsquo;, indicating that
+the log message should always be reread; &lsquo;<samp>no</samp>&rsquo;
+or &lsquo;<samp>never</samp>&rsquo;, indicating that it should never be
+reread; or <var>value</var> may be &lsquo;<samp>stat</samp>&rsquo;, indicating
 that the file should be checked with the filesystem
-<samp>`stat()'</samp> function to see if it has changed (see warning below)
-before rereading.  The default value is <samp>`always'</samp>.
+&lsquo;<samp>stat()</samp>&rsquo; function to see if it has changed (see 
warning below)
+before rereading.  The default value is &lsquo;<samp>always</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <p><strong>Note: the `stat' mode can cause CVS to pause for up to
 one extra second per directory committed.  This can be less IO and
@@ -1809,7 +1809,7 @@
 ignore the <code>UserAdminOptions</code> keyword (see section <a 
href="cvs_16.html#SEC120">admin&mdash;Administration</a>).
 </p>
 <p>When not specified, <code>UserAdminOptions</code> defaults to
-<samp>`k'</samp>.  In other words, it defaults to allowing
+&lsquo;<samp>k</samp>&rsquo;.  In other words, it defaults to allowing
 users outside of the <code>cvsadmin</code> group to use the
 <code>cvs admin</code> command only to change the default keyword
 expansion mode for files.
@@ -1817,7 +1817,7 @@
 <p>As an example, to restrict users not in the <code>cvsadmin</code>
 group to using <code>cvs admin</code> to change the default keyword
 substitution mode, lock revisions, unlock revisions, and
-replace the log message, use <samp>`UserAdminOptions=klum'</samp>.
+replace the log message, use &lsquo;<samp>UserAdminOptions=klum</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p></dd>
 </dl>
 
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--- texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_19.html:1.21   Tue Aug 23 23:51:10 2005
+++ texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_19.html        Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -92,7 +92,7 @@
 check out from a read-only repository, such as within
 an anoncvs server, or from a CDROM repository.
 </p>
-<p>It has the same effect as if the <samp>`-R'</samp> command-line
+<p>It has the same effect as if the &lsquo;<samp>-R</samp>&rsquo; command-line
 option is used. This can also allow the use of
 read-only NFS repositories.
 </p>
@@ -108,10 +108,10 @@
 kept).  This information must be available to <small>CVS</small> for
 most commands to execute; if <code>$CVSROOT</code> is not set,
 or if you wish to override it for one invocation, you
-can supply it on the command line: <samp>`cvs -d cvsroot
-cvs_command&hellip;'</samp> Once you have checked out a working
+can supply it on the command line: &lsquo;<samp>cvs -d cvsroot
+cvs_command&hellip;</samp>&rsquo; Once you have checked out a working
 directory, <small>CVS</small> stores the appropriate root (in
-the file <tt>`CVS/Root'</tt>), so normally you only need to
+the file &lsquo;<tt>CVS/Root</tt>&rsquo;), so normally you only need to
 worry about this when initially checking out a working
 directory.
 </p>
@@ -147,11 +147,11 @@
 <dd><a name="IDX303"></a>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>$HOMEDRIVE</code></dt>
-<dd><p>Used to locate the directory where the <tt>`.cvsrc'</tt>
+<dd><p>Used to locate the directory where the &lsquo;<tt>.cvsrc</tt>&rsquo;
 file, and other such files, are searched.  On Unix, <small>CVS</small>
 just checks for <code>HOME</code>.  On Windows NT, the system will
-set <code>HOMEDRIVE</code>, for example to <samp>`d:'</samp> and 
<code>HOMEPATH</code>,
-for example to <tt>`\joe'</tt>.  On Windows 95, you'll
+set <code>HOMEDRIVE</code>, for example to &lsquo;<samp>d:</samp>&rsquo; and 
<code>HOMEPATH</code>,
+for example to &lsquo;<tt>\joe</tt>&rsquo;.  On Windows 95, you'll
 probably need to set <code>HOMEDRIVE</code> and <code>HOMEPATH</code> yourself.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX304"></a>
@@ -175,7 +175,7 @@
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>$CVS_PASSFILE</code></dt>
 <dd><p>Used in client-server mode when accessing the <code>cvs
-login server</code>.  Default value is <tt>`$HOME/.cvspass'</tt>.
+login server</code>.  Default value is &lsquo;<tt>$HOME/.cvspass</tt>&rsquo;.
 see section <a href="cvs_2.html#SEC31">Using the client with password 
authentication</a>
 </p>
 </dd>
@@ -197,9 +197,9 @@
 <dt> <code>$CVS_CLIENT_LOG</code></dt>
 <dd><p>Used for debugging only in client-server
 mode.  If set, everything sent to the server is logged
-into <tt>`<code>$CVS_CLIENT_LOG</code>.in'</tt> and everything
+into &lsquo;<tt><code>$CVS_CLIENT_LOG</code>.in</tt>&rsquo; and everything
 sent from the server is logged into
-<tt>`<code>$CVS_CLIENT_LOG</code>.out'</tt>.
+&lsquo;<tt><code>$CVS_CLIENT_LOG</code>.out</tt>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX307"></a>
 </dd>
@@ -213,10 +213,10 @@
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>$CVS_IGNORE_REMOTE_ROOT</code></dt>
 <dd><p>For <small>CVS</small> 1.10 and older, setting this variable
-prevents <small>CVS</small> from overwriting the <tt>`CVS/Root'</tt>
-file when the <samp>`-d'</samp> global option is specified.
+prevents <small>CVS</small> from overwriting the 
&lsquo;<tt>CVS/Root</tt>&rsquo;
+file when the &lsquo;<samp>-d</samp>&rsquo; global option is specified.
 Later versions of <small>CVS</small> do not rewrite
-<tt>`CVS/Root'</tt>, so <code>CVS_IGNORE_REMOTE_ROOT</code> has no
+&lsquo;<tt>CVS/Root</tt>&rsquo;, so <code>CVS_IGNORE_REMOTE_ROOT</code> has no
 effect.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX309"></a>
@@ -250,7 +250,7 @@
 The <small>CVS</small> server uses
 <code>TMPDIR</code>.  See section <a href="cvs_16.html#SEC118">Global 
options</a>, for a
 description of how to specify this.
-Some parts of <small>CVS</small> will always use <tt>`/tmp'</tt> (via
+Some parts of <small>CVS</small> will always use &lsquo;<tt>/tmp</tt>&rsquo; 
(via
 the <code>tmpnam</code> function provided by the system).
 </p>
 <p>On Windows NT, <code>TMP</code> is used (via the <code>_tempnam</code>
@@ -258,7 +258,7 @@
 </p>
 <p>The <code>patch</code> program which is used by the <small>CVS</small>
 client uses <code>TMPDIR</code>, and if it is not set, uses
-<tt>`/tmp'</tt> (at least with GNU patch 2.1).  Note that
+&lsquo;<tt>/tmp</tt>&rsquo; (at least with GNU patch 2.1).  Note that
 if your server and client are both running <small>CVS</small>
 1.9.10 or later, <small>CVS</small> will not invoke an external
 <code>patch</code> program.
@@ -269,7 +269,7 @@
 <dd><p>This is the process identification (aka pid) number of
 the <small>CVS</small> process. It is often useful in the
 programs and/or scripts specified by the
-<tt>`commitinfo'</tt>, <tt>`verifymsg'</tt>, <tt>`loginfo'</tt>
+&lsquo;<tt>commitinfo</tt>&rsquo;, &lsquo;<tt>verifymsg</tt>&rsquo;, 
&lsquo;<tt>loginfo</tt>&rsquo;
 files.
 </p></dd>
 </dl>
Index: texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_2.html
diff -u texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_2.html:1.25 
texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_2.html:1.26
--- texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_2.html:1.25    Sat Mar 25 13:26:47 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_2.html Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -86,23 +86,23 @@
 For example, the access method <code>:local:</code> means to
 access a repository directory, so the repository
 <code>:local:/usr/local/cvsroot</code> means that the
-repository is in <tt>`/usr/local/cvsroot'</tt> on the
+repository is in &lsquo;<tt>/usr/local/cvsroot</tt>&rsquo; on the
 computer running <small>CVS</small>.  For information on other
 access methods, see <a href="#SEC26">Remote repositories</a>.
 </p>
 <p>If the access method is omitted, then if the repository
-starts with <samp>`/'</samp>, then <code>:local:</code> is
-assumed.  If it does not start with <samp>`/'</samp> then either
+starts with &lsquo;<samp>/</samp>&rsquo;, then <code>:local:</code> is
+assumed.  If it does not start with &lsquo;<samp>/</samp>&rsquo; then either
 <code>:ext:</code> or <code>:server:</code> is assumed.  For
 example, if you have a local repository in
-<tt>`/usr/local/cvsroot'</tt>, you can use
+&lsquo;<tt>/usr/local/cvsroot</tt>&rsquo;, you can use
 <code>/usr/local/cvsroot</code> instead of
 <code>:local:/usr/local/cvsroot</code>.  But if (under
 Windows NT, for example) your local repository is
-<tt>`c:\src\cvsroot'</tt>, then you must specify the access
+&lsquo;<tt>c:\src\cvsroot</tt>&rsquo;, then you must specify the access
 method, as in <code>:local:c:/src/cvsroot</code>.
 </p>
-<p>The repository is split in two parts.  <tt>`$CVSROOT/CVSROOT'</tt> contains
+<p>The repository is split in two parts.  
&lsquo;<tt>$CVSROOT/CVSROOT</tt>&rsquo; contains
 administrative files for <small>CVS</small>.  The other directories contain 
the actual
 user-defined modules.
 </p>
@@ -162,16 +162,16 @@
 <a name="IDX17"></a>
 <p>        Or you can set the <code>$CVSROOT</code> environment
 variable to an absolute path to the root of the
-repository, <tt>`/usr/local/cvsroot'</tt> in this example.
+repository, &lsquo;<tt>/usr/local/cvsroot</tt>&rsquo; in this example.
 To set <code>$CVSROOT</code>, <code>csh</code> and <code>tcsh</code>
-users should have this line in their <tt>`.cshrc'</tt> or
-<tt>`.tcshrc'</tt> files:
+users should have this line in their &lsquo;<tt>.cshrc</tt>&rsquo; or
+&lsquo;<tt>.tcshrc</tt>&rsquo; files:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">setenv CVSROOT 
/usr/local/cvsroot
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
 <p><code>sh</code> and <code>bash</code> users should instead have these lines 
in their
-<tt>`.profile'</tt> or <tt>`.bashrc'</tt>:
+&lsquo;<tt>.profile</tt>&rsquo; or &lsquo;<tt>.bashrc</tt>&rsquo;:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">CVSROOT=/usr/local/cvsroot
 export CVSROOT
@@ -184,11 +184,11 @@
 Once you've checked a working copy out from the
 repository, it will remember where its repository is
 (the information is recorded in the
-<tt>`CVS/Root'</tt> file in the working copy).
+&lsquo;<tt>CVS/Root</tt>&rsquo; file in the working copy).
 </p>
-<p>The <code>-d</code> option and the <tt>`CVS/Root'</tt> file both
+<p>The <code>-d</code> option and the &lsquo;<tt>CVS/Root</tt>&rsquo; file both
 override the <code>$CVSROOT</code> environment variable.  If
-<code>-d</code> option differs from <tt>`CVS/Root'</tt>, the
+<code>-d</code> option differs from &lsquo;<tt>CVS/Root</tt>&rsquo;, the
 former is used.  Of course, for proper operation they
 should be two ways of referring to the same repository.
 </p>
@@ -307,9 +307,9 @@
 
 <p>With the directories are <em>history files</em> for each file
 under version control.  The name of the history file is
-the name of the corresponding file with <samp>`,v'</samp>
+the name of the corresponding file with &lsquo;<samp>,v</samp>&rsquo;
 appended to the end.  Here is what the repository for
-the <tt>`yoyodyne/tc'</tt> directory might look like:
+the &lsquo;<tt>yoyodyne/tc</tt>&rsquo; directory might look like:
 </p><table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">  <code>$CVSROOT</code>
     |
     +--<tt>yoyodyne</tt>
@@ -342,7 +342,7 @@
 known as <small>RCS</small>.  For a full
 description of the file format, see the <code>man</code> page
 <cite>rcsfile(5)</cite>, distributed with <small>RCS</small>, or the
-file <tt>`doc/RCSFILES'</tt> in the <small>CVS</small> source
+file &lsquo;<tt>doc/RCSFILES</tt>&rsquo; in the <small>CVS</small> source
 distribution.  This
 file format has become very common&mdash;many systems other
 than <small>CVS</small> or <small>RCS</small> can at least import history
@@ -374,7 +374,7 @@
 <td valign="middle" align="left">[<a href="cvs_abt.html#SEC_About" 
title="About (help)"> ? </a>]</td>
 </tr></table>
 <h3 class="subsection"> 2.2.2 File permissions </h3>
-<p>All <samp>`,v'</samp> files are created read-only, and you
+<p>All &lsquo;<samp>,v</samp>&rsquo; files are created read-only, and you
 should not change the permission of those files.  The
 directories inside the repository should be writable by
 the persons that have permission to modify the files in
@@ -400,7 +400,7 @@
 (see section <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC180">The CVSROOT/config configuration 
file</a>).
 </p>
 <p>Also note that users must have write access to the
-<tt>`CVSROOT/val-tags'</tt> file.  <small>CVS</small> uses it to keep
+&lsquo;<tt>CVSROOT/val-tags</tt>&rsquo; file.  <small>CVS</small> uses it to 
keep
 track of what tags are valid tag names (it is sometimes
 updated when tags are used, as well as when they are
 created).
@@ -429,7 +429,7 @@
 (see section <a href="#SEC26">Remote repositories</a>), there is no good way to
 set <code>CVSUMASK</code>; the setting on the client machine
 has no effect.  If you are connecting with <code>rsh</code>, you
-can set <code>CVSUMASK</code> in <tt>`.bashrc'</tt> or <tt>`.cshrc'</tt>, as
+can set <code>CVSUMASK</code> in &lsquo;<tt>.bashrc</tt>&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;<tt>.cshrc</tt>&rsquo;, as
 described in the documentation for your operating
 system.  This behavior might change in future versions
 of <small>CVS</small>; do not rely on the setting of
@@ -524,9 +524,9 @@
 
 <p>You will notice that sometimes <small>CVS</small> stores an
 <small>RCS</small> file in the <code>Attic</code>.  For example, if the
-<small>CVSROOT</small> is <tt>`/usr/local/cvsroot'</tt> and we are
-talking about the file <tt>`backend.c'</tt> in the
-directory <tt>`yoyodyne/tc'</tt>, then the file normally
+<small>CVSROOT</small> is &lsquo;<tt>/usr/local/cvsroot</tt>&rsquo; and we are
+talking about the file &lsquo;<tt>backend.c</tt>&rsquo; in the
+directory &lsquo;<tt>yoyodyne/tc</tt>&rsquo;, then the file normally
 would be in
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre 
class="example">/usr/local/cvsroot/yoyodyne/tc/backend.c,v
@@ -571,9 +571,9 @@
 </tr></table>
 <h3 class="subsection"> 2.2.5 The CVS directory in the repository </h3>
 
-<p>The <tt>`CVS'</tt> directory in each repository directory
+<p>The &lsquo;<tt>CVS</tt>&rsquo; directory in each repository directory
 contains information such as file attributes (in a file
-called <tt>`CVS/fileattr'</tt>.  In the
+called &lsquo;<tt>CVS/fileattr</tt>&rsquo;.  In the
 future additional files may be added to this directory,
 so implementations should silently ignore additional
 files.
@@ -582,17 +582,17 @@
 later; for details see <a href="cvs_10.html#SEC94">Using watches with old 
versions of CVS</a>.
 </p>
 <p>The format of the fileattr file is a series of entries
-of the following form (where <samp>`{'</samp> and <samp>`}'</samp>
+of the following form (where &lsquo;<samp>{</samp>&rsquo; and 
&lsquo;<samp>}</samp>&rsquo;
 means the text between the braces can be repeated zero
 or more times):
 </p>
 <p><var>ent-type</var> <var>filename</var> &lt;tab&gt; <var>attrname</var> = 
<var>attrval</var>
   {; <var>attrname</var> = <var>attrval</var>} &lt;linefeed&gt;
 </p>
-<p><var>ent-type</var> is <samp>`F'</samp> for a file, in which case the entry 
specifies the
+<p><var>ent-type</var> is &lsquo;<samp>F</samp>&rsquo; for a file, in which 
case the entry specifies the
 attributes for that file.
 </p>
-<p><var>ent-type</var> is <samp>`D'</samp>,
+<p><var>ent-type</var> is &lsquo;<samp>D</samp>&rsquo;,
 and <var>filename</var> empty, to specify default attributes
 to be used for newly added files.
 </p>
@@ -605,12 +605,12 @@
 rearrange them at its convenience.
 </p>
 <p>There is currently no way of quoting tabs or linefeeds in the
-filename, <samp>`='</samp> in <var>attrname</var>,
-<samp>`;'</samp> in <var>attrval</var>, etc.  Note: some implementations also
+filename, &lsquo;<samp>=</samp>&rsquo; in <var>attrname</var>,
+&lsquo;<samp>;</samp>&rsquo; in <var>attrval</var>, etc.  Note: some 
implementations also
 don't handle a NUL character in any of the fields, but
 implementations are encouraged to allow it.
 </p>
-<p>By convention, <var>attrname</var> starting with <samp>`_'</samp> is for an 
attribute given
+<p>By convention, <var>attrname</var> starting with 
&lsquo;<samp>_</samp>&rsquo; is for an attribute given
 special meaning by <small>CVS</small>; other <var>attrname</var>s are for 
user-defined attributes
 (or will be, once implementations start supporting user-defined attributes).
 </p>
@@ -627,7 +627,7 @@
 <var>watcher</var> &gt; <var>type</var> { , <var>watcher</var> &gt; 
<var>type</var> }
 where <var>watcher</var> is a username, and <var>type</var>
 is zero or more of edit,unedit,commit separated by
-<samp>`+'</samp> (that is, nothing if none; there is no &quot;none&quot; or 
&quot;all&quot; keyword).
+&lsquo;<samp>+</samp>&rsquo; (that is, nothing if none; there is no 
&quot;none&quot; or &quot;all&quot; keyword).
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>_editors</code></dt>
@@ -648,15 +648,15 @@
 D _watched=
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>means that the file <tt>`file1'</tt> should be checked out
+<p>means that the file &lsquo;<tt>file1</tt>&rsquo; should be checked out
 read-only.  Furthermore, joe is watching for edits and
-mary is watching for commits.  The file <tt>`file2'</tt>
+mary is watching for commits.  The file &lsquo;<tt>file2</tt>&rsquo;
 should be checked out read-only; sue started editing it
-on 8 Jan 1975 in the directory <tt>`/home/sue/cvs'</tt> on
+on 8 Jan 1975 in the directory &lsquo;<tt>/home/sue/cvs</tt>&rsquo; on
 the machine <code>workstn1</code>.  Future files which are
 added should be checked out read-only.  To represent
 this example here, we have shown a space after
-<samp>`D'</samp>, <samp>`Ffile1'</samp>, and <samp>`Ffile2'</samp>, but in fact
+&lsquo;<samp>D</samp>&rsquo;, &lsquo;<samp>Ffile1</samp>&rsquo;, and 
&lsquo;<samp>Ffile2</samp>&rsquo;, but in fact
 there must be a single tab character there and no spaces.
 </p>
 <hr size="6">
@@ -692,49 +692,49 @@
 </p>
 <a name="IDX29"></a>
 <p>Any file in the repository with a name starting
-with <tt>`#cvs.rfl.'</tt> is a read lock.  Any file in
+with &lsquo;<tt>#cvs.rfl.</tt>&rsquo; is a read lock.  Any file in
 the repository with a name starting with
-<tt>`#cvs.wfl'</tt> is a write lock.  Old versions of <small>CVS</small>
+&lsquo;<tt>#cvs.wfl</tt>&rsquo; is a write lock.  Old versions of 
<small>CVS</small>
 (before <small>CVS</small> 1.5) also created files with names starting
-with <tt>`#cvs.tfl'</tt>, but they are not discussed here.
-The directory <tt>`#cvs.lock'</tt> serves as a master
+with &lsquo;<tt>#cvs.tfl</tt>&rsquo;, but they are not discussed here.
+The directory &lsquo;<tt>#cvs.lock</tt>&rsquo; serves as a master
 lock.  That is, one must obtain this lock first before
 creating any of the other locks.
 </p>
-<p>To obtain a readlock, first create the <tt>`#cvs.lock'</tt>
+<p>To obtain a readlock, first create the &lsquo;<tt>#cvs.lock</tt>&rsquo;
 directory.  This operation must be atomic (which should
 be true for creating a directory under most operating
 systems).  If it fails because the directory already
 existed, wait for a while and try again.  After
-obtaining the <tt>`#cvs.lock'</tt> lock, create a file
-whose name is <tt>`#cvs.rfl.'</tt> followed by information
+obtaining the &lsquo;<tt>#cvs.lock</tt>&rsquo; lock, create a file
+whose name is &lsquo;<tt>#cvs.rfl.</tt>&rsquo; followed by information
 of your choice (for example, hostname and process
 identification number).  Then remove the
-<tt>`#cvs.lock'</tt> directory to release the master lock.
+&lsquo;<tt>#cvs.lock</tt>&rsquo; directory to release the master lock.
 Then proceed with reading the repository.  When you are
-done, remove the <tt>`#cvs.rfl'</tt> file to release the
+done, remove the &lsquo;<tt>#cvs.rfl</tt>&rsquo; file to release the
 read lock.
 </p>
 <p>To obtain a writelock, first create the
-<tt>`#cvs.lock'</tt> directory, as with a readlock.  Then
+&lsquo;<tt>#cvs.lock</tt>&rsquo; directory, as with a readlock.  Then
 check that there are no files whose names start with
-<tt>`#cvs.rfl.'</tt>.  If there are, remove
-<tt>`#cvs.lock'</tt>, wait for a while, and try again.  If
+&lsquo;<tt>#cvs.rfl.</tt>&rsquo;.  If there are, remove
+&lsquo;<tt>#cvs.lock</tt>&rsquo;, wait for a while, and try again.  If
 there are no readers, then create a file whose name is
-<tt>`#cvs.wfl'</tt> followed by information of your choice
+&lsquo;<tt>#cvs.wfl</tt>&rsquo; followed by information of your choice
 (for example, hostname and process identification
-number).  Hang on to the <tt>`#cvs.lock'</tt> lock.  Proceed
+number).  Hang on to the &lsquo;<tt>#cvs.lock</tt>&rsquo; lock.  Proceed
 with writing the repository.  When you are done, first
-remove the <tt>`#cvs.wfl'</tt> file and then the
-<tt>`#cvs.lock'</tt> directory. Note that unlike the
-<tt>`#cvs.rfl'</tt> file, the <tt>`#cvs.wfl'</tt> file is just
+remove the &lsquo;<tt>#cvs.wfl</tt>&rsquo; file and then the
+&lsquo;<tt>#cvs.lock</tt>&rsquo; directory. Note that unlike the
+&lsquo;<tt>#cvs.rfl</tt>&rsquo; file, the &lsquo;<tt>#cvs.wfl</tt>&rsquo; file 
is just
 informational; it has no effect on the locking operation
 beyond what is provided by holding on to the
-<tt>`#cvs.lock'</tt> lock itself.
+&lsquo;<tt>#cvs.lock</tt>&rsquo; lock itself.
 </p>
 <p>Note that each lock (writelock or readlock) only locks
 a single directory in the repository, including
-<tt>`Attic'</tt> and <tt>`CVS'</tt> but not including
+&lsquo;<tt>Attic</tt>&rsquo; and &lsquo;<tt>CVS</tt>&rsquo; but not including
 subdirectories which represent other directories under
 version control.  To lock an entire tree, you need to
 lock each directory (note that if you fail to obtain
@@ -742,8 +742,8 @@
 before waiting and trying again, to avoid deadlocks).
 </p>
 <p>Note also that <small>CVS</small> expects writelocks to control
-access to individual <tt>`foo,v'</tt> files.  <small>RCS</small> has
-a scheme where the <tt>`,foo,'</tt> file serves as a lock,
+access to individual &lsquo;<tt>foo,v</tt>&rsquo; files.  <small>RCS</small> 
has
+a scheme where the &lsquo;<tt>,foo,</tt>&rsquo; file serves as a lock,
 but <small>CVS</small> does not implement it and so taking out a
 <small>CVS</small> writelock is recommended.  See the comments at
 rcs_internal_lockfile in the <small>CVS</small> source code for
@@ -770,36 +770,36 @@
 </tr></table>
 <h3 class="subsection"> 2.2.7 How files are stored in the CVSROOT directory 
</h3>
 
-<p>The <tt>`$CVSROOT/CVSROOT'</tt> directory contains the
+<p>The &lsquo;<tt>$CVSROOT/CVSROOT</tt>&rsquo; directory contains the
 various administrative files.  In some ways this
 directory is just like any other directory in the
 repository; it contains <small>RCS</small> files whose names end
-in <samp>`,v'</samp>, and many of the <small>CVS</small> commands operate
+in &lsquo;<samp>,v</samp>&rsquo;, and many of the <small>CVS</small> commands 
operate
 on it the same way.  However, there are a few
 differences.
 </p>
 <p>For each administrative file, in addition to the
 <small>RCS</small> file, there is also a checked out copy of the
 file.  For example, there is an <small>RCS</small> file
-<tt>`loginfo,v'</tt> and a file <tt>`loginfo'</tt> which
+&lsquo;<tt>loginfo,v</tt>&rsquo; and a file &lsquo;<tt>loginfo</tt>&rsquo; 
which
 contains the latest revision contained in
-<tt>`loginfo,v'</tt>.  When you check in an administrative
+&lsquo;<tt>loginfo,v</tt>&rsquo;.  When you check in an administrative
 file, <small>CVS</small> should print
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">cvs commit: Rebuilding 
administrative file database
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
 <p>and update the checked out copy in
-<tt>`$CVSROOT/CVSROOT'</tt>.  If it does not, there is
+&lsquo;<tt>$CVSROOT/CVSROOT</tt>&rsquo;.  If it does not, there is
 something wrong (see section <a href="cvs_23.html#SEC188">Dealing with bugs in 
CVS or this manual</a>).  To add your own files
 to the files to be updated in this fashion, you can add
-them to the <tt>`checkoutlist'</tt> administrative file
+them to the &lsquo;<tt>checkoutlist</tt>&rsquo; administrative file
 (see section <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC177">The checkoutlist file</a>).
 </p>
 <a name="IDX30"></a>
 <a name="IDX31"></a>
 <a name="IDX32"></a>
-<p>By default, the <tt>`modules'</tt> file behaves as
+<p>By default, the &lsquo;<tt>modules</tt>&rsquo; file behaves as
 described above.  If the modules file is very large,
 storing it as a flat text file may make looking up
 modules slow (I'm not sure whether this is as much of a
@@ -809,8 +809,8 @@
 one can store the modules file in a database which
 implements the <code>ndbm</code> interface, such as Berkeley
 db or GDBM.  If this option is in use, then the modules
-database will be stored in the files <tt>`modules.db'</tt>,
-<tt>`modules.pag'</tt>, and/or <tt>`modules.dir'</tt>.
+database will be stored in the files &lsquo;<tt>modules.db</tt>&rsquo;,
+&lsquo;<tt>modules.pag</tt>&rsquo;, and/or &lsquo;<tt>modules.dir</tt>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <p>For information on the meaning of the various
 administrative files, see <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC157">Reference manual for 
Administrative files</a>.
@@ -839,7 +839,7 @@
 
 <p>While we are discussing <small>CVS</small> internals which may
 become visible from time to time, we might as well talk
-about what <small>CVS</small> puts in the <tt>`CVS'</tt> directories
+about what <small>CVS</small> puts in the &lsquo;<tt>CVS</tt>&rsquo; 
directories
 in the working directories.  As with the repository,
 <small>CVS</small> handles this information and one can usually
 access it via <small>CVS</small> commands.  But in some cases it
@@ -852,7 +852,7 @@
 versions of the programs just mentioned and the
 command-line <small>CVS</small> client.
 </p>
-<p>The <tt>`CVS'</tt> directory contains several files.
+<p>The &lsquo;<tt>CVS</tt>&rsquo; directory contains several files.
 Programs which are reading this directory should
 silently ignore files which are in the directory but
 which are not documented here, to allow for future
@@ -867,14 +867,14 @@
 such systems either.
 </p>
 <dl compact="compact">
-<dt> <tt>`Root'</tt></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<tt>Root</tt>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>This file contains the current <small>CVS</small> root, as
 described in <a href="#SEC10">Telling CVS where your repository is</a>.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX33"></a>
 <a name="IDX34"></a>
 </dd>
-<dt> <tt>`Repository'</tt></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<tt>Repository</tt>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>This file contains the directory within the repository
 which the current directory corresponds with.  It can
 be either an absolute pathname or a relative pathname;
@@ -888,12 +888,12 @@
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">cvs -d 
:local:/usr/local/cvsroot checkout yoyodyne/tc
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p><tt>`Root'</tt> will contain
+<p>&lsquo;<tt>Root</tt>&rsquo; will contain
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">:local:/usr/local/cvsroot
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>and <tt>`Repository'</tt> will contain either
+<p>and &lsquo;<tt>Repository</tt>&rsquo; will contain either
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre 
class="example">/usr/local/cvsroot/yoyodyne/tc
 </pre></td></tr></table>
@@ -904,15 +904,15 @@
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
 <p>If the particular working directory does not correspond
-to a directory in the repository, then <tt>`Repository'</tt>
-should contain <tt>`CVSROOT/Emptydir'</tt>.
+to a directory in the repository, then &lsquo;<tt>Repository</tt>&rsquo;
+should contain &lsquo;<tt>CVSROOT/Emptydir</tt>&rsquo;.
 <a name="IDX35"></a>
 <a name="IDX36"></a>
 </p>
 <a name="IDX37"></a>
 <a name="IDX38"></a>
 </dd>
-<dt> <tt>`Entries'</tt></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<tt>Entries</tt>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>This file lists the files and directories in the
 working directory.
 The first character of each line indicates what sort of
@@ -920,26 +920,26 @@
 reading the file should silently skip that line, to
 allow for future expansion.
 </p>
-<p>If the first character is <samp>`/'</samp>, then the format is:
+<p>If the first character is &lsquo;<samp>/</samp>&rsquo;, then the format is:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre 
class="example">/<var>name</var>/<var>revision</var>/<var>timestamp</var>[+<var>conflict</var>]/<var>options</var>/<var>tagdate</var>
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>where <samp>`['</samp> and <samp>`]'</samp> are not part of the entry,
-but instead indicate that the <samp>`+'</samp> and conflict
+<p>where &lsquo;<samp>[</samp>&rsquo; and &lsquo;<samp>]</samp>&rsquo; are not 
part of the entry,
+but instead indicate that the &lsquo;<samp>+</samp>&rsquo; and conflict
 marker are optional.  <var>name</var> is the name of the
 file within the directory.  <var>revision</var> is the
 revision that the file in the working derives from, or
-<samp>`0'</samp> for an added file, or <samp>`-'</samp> followed by a
+&lsquo;<samp>0</samp>&rsquo; for an added file, or 
&lsquo;<samp>-</samp>&rsquo; followed by a
 revision for a removed file.  <var>timestamp</var> is the
 timestamp of the file at the time that <small>CVS</small> created
 it; if the timestamp differs with the actual
 modification time of the file it means the file has
 been modified.  It is stored in
 the format used by the ISO C asctime() function (for
-example, <samp>`Sun Apr  7 01:29:26 1996'</samp>).  One may
+example, &lsquo;<samp>Sun Apr  7 01:29:26 1996</samp>&rsquo;).  One may
 write a string which is not in that format, for
-example, <samp>`Result of merge'</samp>, to indicate that the
+example, &lsquo;<samp>Result of merge</samp>&rsquo;, to indicate that the
 file should always be considered to be modified.  This
 is not a special case; to see whether a file is
 modified a program should take the timestamp of the file
@@ -950,9 +950,9 @@
 Thus if <var>conflict</var> is subsequently the same as the actual
 modification time of the file it means that the user
 has obviously not resolved the conflict.  <var>options</var>
-contains sticky options (for example <samp>`-kb'</samp> for a
-binary file).  <var>tagdate</var> contains <samp>`T'</samp> followed
-by a tag name, or <samp>`D'</samp> for a date, followed by a
+contains sticky options (for example &lsquo;<samp>-kb</samp>&rsquo; for a
+binary file).  <var>tagdate</var> contains &lsquo;<samp>T</samp>&rsquo; 
followed
+by a tag name, or &lsquo;<samp>D</samp>&rsquo; for a date, followed by a
 sticky tag or date.  Note that if <var>timestamp</var>
 contains a pair of timestamps separated by a space,
 rather than a single timestamp, you are dealing with a
@@ -970,12 +970,12 @@
 merely because the timezone changed (for example, to or
 from summer time).
 </p>
-<p>If the first character of a line in <tt>`Entries'</tt> is
-<samp>`D'</samp>, then it indicates a subdirectory.  <samp>`D'</samp>
+<p>If the first character of a line in &lsquo;<tt>Entries</tt>&rsquo; is
+&lsquo;<samp>D</samp>&rsquo;, then it indicates a subdirectory.  
&lsquo;<samp>D</samp>&rsquo;
 on a line all by itself indicates that the program
-which wrote the <tt>`Entries'</tt> file does record
+which wrote the &lsquo;<tt>Entries</tt>&rsquo; file does record
 subdirectories (therefore, if there is such a line and
-no other lines beginning with <samp>`D'</samp>, one knows there
+no other lines beginning with &lsquo;<samp>D</samp>&rsquo;, one knows there
 are no subdirectories).  Otherwise, the line looks
 like:
 </p>
@@ -987,69 +987,69 @@
 for future expansion.  Programs which modify
 <code>Entries</code> files should preserve these fields.
 </p>
-<p>The lines in the <tt>`Entries'</tt> file can be in any order.
+<p>The lines in the &lsquo;<tt>Entries</tt>&rsquo; file can be in any order.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX39"></a>
 <a name="IDX40"></a>
 </dd>
-<dt> <tt>`Entries.Log'</tt></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<tt>Entries.Log</tt>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>This file does not record any information beyond that
-in <tt>`Entries'</tt>, but it does provide a way to update
+in &lsquo;<tt>Entries</tt>&rsquo;, but it does provide a way to update
 the information without having to rewrite the entire
-<tt>`Entries'</tt> file, including the ability to preserve
+&lsquo;<tt>Entries</tt>&rsquo; file, including the ability to preserve
 the information even if the program writing
-<tt>`Entries'</tt> and <tt>`Entries.Log'</tt> abruptly aborts.
-Programs which are reading the <tt>`Entries'</tt> file
-should also check for <tt>`Entries.Log'</tt>.  If the latter
-exists, they should read <tt>`Entries'</tt> and then apply
-the changes mentioned in <tt>`Entries.Log'</tt>.  After
+&lsquo;<tt>Entries</tt>&rsquo; and &lsquo;<tt>Entries.Log</tt>&rsquo; abruptly 
aborts.
+Programs which are reading the &lsquo;<tt>Entries</tt>&rsquo; file
+should also check for &lsquo;<tt>Entries.Log</tt>&rsquo;.  If the latter
+exists, they should read &lsquo;<tt>Entries</tt>&rsquo; and then apply
+the changes mentioned in &lsquo;<tt>Entries.Log</tt>&rsquo;.  After
 applying the changes, the recommended practice is to
-rewrite <tt>`Entries'</tt> and then delete <tt>`Entries.Log'</tt>.
-The format of a line in <tt>`Entries.Log'</tt> is a single
+rewrite &lsquo;<tt>Entries</tt>&rsquo; and then delete 
&lsquo;<tt>Entries.Log</tt>&rsquo;.
+The format of a line in &lsquo;<tt>Entries.Log</tt>&rsquo; is a single
 character command followed by a space followed by a
 line in the format specified for a line in
-<tt>`Entries'</tt>.  The single character command is
-<samp>`A'</samp> to indicate that the entry is being added,
-<samp>`R'</samp> to indicate that the entry is being removed,
+&lsquo;<tt>Entries</tt>&rsquo;.  The single character command is
+&lsquo;<samp>A</samp>&rsquo; to indicate that the entry is being added,
+&lsquo;<samp>R</samp>&rsquo; to indicate that the entry is being removed,
 or any other character to indicate that the entire line
-in <tt>`Entries.Log'</tt> should be silently ignored (for
+in &lsquo;<tt>Entries.Log</tt>&rsquo; should be silently ignored (for
 future expansion).  If the second character of the line
-in <tt>`Entries.Log'</tt> is not a space, then it was
+in &lsquo;<tt>Entries.Log</tt>&rsquo; is not a space, then it was
 written by an older version of <small>CVS</small> (not documented
 here).
 </p>
 <p>Programs which are writing rather than reading can
-safely ignore <tt>`Entries.Log'</tt> if they so choose.
+safely ignore &lsquo;<tt>Entries.Log</tt>&rsquo; if they so choose.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX41"></a>
 <a name="IDX42"></a>
 </dd>
-<dt> <tt>`Entries.Backup'</tt></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<tt>Entries.Backup</tt>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>This is a temporary file.  Recommended usage is to
-write a new entries file to <tt>`Entries.Backup'</tt>, and
-then to rename it (atomically, where possible) to <tt>`Entries'</tt>.
+write a new entries file to &lsquo;<tt>Entries.Backup</tt>&rsquo;, and
+then to rename it (atomically, where possible) to 
&lsquo;<tt>Entries</tt>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX43"></a>
 <a name="IDX44"></a>
 </dd>
-<dt> <tt>`Entries.Static'</tt></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<tt>Entries.Static</tt>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>The only relevant thing about this file is whether it
 exists or not.  If it exists, then it means that only
 part of a directory was gotten and <small>CVS</small> will
 not create additional files in that directory.  To
 clear it, use the <code>update</code> command with the
-<samp>`-d'</samp> option, which will get the additional files
-and remove <tt>`Entries.Static'</tt>.
+&lsquo;<samp>-d</samp>&rsquo; option, which will get the additional files
+and remove &lsquo;<tt>Entries.Static</tt>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX45"></a>
 <a name="IDX46"></a>
 <a name="IDX47"></a>
 <a name="IDX48"></a>
 </dd>
-<dt> <tt>`Tag'</tt></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<tt>Tag</tt>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>This file contains per-directory sticky tags or dates.
-The first character is <samp>`T'</samp> for a branch tag,
-<samp>`N'</samp> for a non-branch tag, or <samp>`D'</samp> for a date,
+The first character is &lsquo;<samp>T</samp>&rsquo; for a branch tag,
+&lsquo;<samp>N</samp>&rsquo; for a non-branch tag, or 
&lsquo;<samp>D</samp>&rsquo; for a date,
 or another character to mean the file should be
 silently ignored, for future expansion.  This character
 is followed by the tag or date.  Note that
@@ -1062,7 +1062,7 @@
 <a name="IDX49"></a>
 <a name="IDX50"></a>
 </dd>
-<dt> <tt>`Notify'</tt></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<tt>Notify</tt>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>This file stores notifications (for example, for
 <code>edit</code> or <code>unedit</code>) which have not yet been
 sent to the server.  Its format is not yet documented
@@ -1071,19 +1071,19 @@
 <a name="IDX51"></a>
 <a name="IDX52"></a>
 </dd>
-<dt> <tt>`Notify.tmp'</tt></dt>
-<dd><p>This file is to <tt>`Notify'</tt> as <tt>`Entries.Backup'</tt>
-is to <tt>`Entries'</tt>.  That is, to write <tt>`Notify'</tt>,
-first write the new contents to <tt>`Notify.tmp'</tt> and
+<dt> &lsquo;<tt>Notify.tmp</tt>&rsquo;</dt>
+<dd><p>This file is to &lsquo;<tt>Notify</tt>&rsquo; as 
&lsquo;<tt>Entries.Backup</tt>&rsquo;
+is to &lsquo;<tt>Entries</tt>&rsquo;.  That is, to write 
&lsquo;<tt>Notify</tt>&rsquo;,
+first write the new contents to &lsquo;<tt>Notify.tmp</tt>&rsquo; and
 then (atomically where possible), rename it to
-<tt>`Notify'</tt>.
+&lsquo;<tt>Notify</tt>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX53"></a>
 <a name="IDX54"></a>
 </dd>
-<dt> <tt>`Base'</tt></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<tt>Base</tt>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>If watches are in use, then an <code>edit</code> command
-stores the original copy of the file in the <tt>`Base'</tt>
+stores the original copy of the file in the &lsquo;<tt>Base</tt>&rsquo;
 directory.  This allows the <code>unedit</code> command to
 operate even if it is unable to communicate with the
 server.
@@ -1091,9 +1091,9 @@
 <a name="IDX55"></a>
 <a name="IDX56"></a>
 </dd>
-<dt> <tt>`Baserev'</tt></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<tt>Baserev</tt>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>The file lists the revision for each of the files in
-the <tt>`Base'</tt> directory.  The format is:
+the &lsquo;<tt>Base</tt>&rsquo; directory.  The format is:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre 
class="example">B<var>name</var>/<var>rev</var>/<var>expansion</var>
 </pre></td></tr></table>
@@ -1104,21 +1104,21 @@
 <a name="IDX57"></a>
 <a name="IDX58"></a>
 </dd>
-<dt> <tt>`Baserev.tmp'</tt></dt>
-<dd><p>This file is to <tt>`Baserev'</tt> as <tt>`Entries.Backup'</tt>
-is to <tt>`Entries'</tt>.  That is, to write <tt>`Baserev'</tt>,
-first write the new contents to <tt>`Baserev.tmp'</tt> and
+<dt> &lsquo;<tt>Baserev.tmp</tt>&rsquo;</dt>
+<dd><p>This file is to &lsquo;<tt>Baserev</tt>&rsquo; as 
&lsquo;<tt>Entries.Backup</tt>&rsquo;
+is to &lsquo;<tt>Entries</tt>&rsquo;.  That is, to write 
&lsquo;<tt>Baserev</tt>&rsquo;,
+first write the new contents to &lsquo;<tt>Baserev.tmp</tt>&rsquo; and
 then (atomically where possible), rename it to
-<tt>`Baserev'</tt>.
+&lsquo;<tt>Baserev</tt>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX59"></a>
 <a name="IDX60"></a>
 </dd>
-<dt> <tt>`Template'</tt></dt>
+<dt> &lsquo;<tt>Template</tt>&rsquo;</dt>
 <dd><p>This file contains the template specified by the
-<tt>`rcsinfo'</tt> file (see section <a 
href="cvs_18.html#SEC175">Rcsinfo</a>).  It is only used
+&lsquo;<tt>rcsinfo</tt>&rsquo; file (see section <a 
href="cvs_18.html#SEC175">Rcsinfo</a>).  It is only used
 by the client; the non-client/server <small>CVS</small> consults
-<tt>`rcsinfo'</tt> directly.
+&lsquo;<tt>rcsinfo</tt>&rsquo; directly.
 </p></dd>
 </dl>
 
@@ -1144,15 +1144,15 @@
 <h2 class="section"> 2.4 The administrative files </h2>
 
 
-<p>The directory <tt>`$CVSROOT/CVSROOT'</tt> contains some <em>administrative
+<p>The directory &lsquo;<tt>$CVSROOT/CVSROOT</tt>&rsquo; contains some 
<em>administrative
 files</em>.  See section <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC157">Reference manual for 
Administrative files</a>, for a complete description.
 You can use <small>CVS</small> without any of these files, but
 some commands work better when at least the
-<tt>`modules'</tt> file is properly set up.
+&lsquo;<tt>modules</tt>&rsquo; file is properly set up.
 </p>
-<p>The most important of these files is the <tt>`modules'</tt>
+<p>The most important of these files is the &lsquo;<tt>modules</tt>&rsquo;
 file.  It defines all modules in the repository.  This
-is a sample <tt>`modules'</tt> file.
+is a sample &lsquo;<tt>modules</tt>&rsquo; file.
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">CVSROOT         CVSROOT
 modules         CVSROOT modules
@@ -1162,7 +1162,7 @@
 tc              yoyodyne/tc
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>The <tt>`modules'</tt> file is line oriented.  In its
+<p>The &lsquo;<tt>modules</tt>&rsquo; file is line oriented.  In its
 simplest form each line contains the name of the
 module, whitespace, and the directory where the module
 resides.  The directory is a path relative to
@@ -1170,7 +1170,7 @@
 above are examples of such lines.
 </p>
 
-<p>The line that defines the module called <samp>`modules'</samp>
+<p>The line that defines the module called &lsquo;<samp>modules</samp>&rsquo;
 uses features that are not explained here.
 See section <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC158">The modules file</a>, for a full 
explanation of all the
 available features.
@@ -1196,7 +1196,7 @@
 <h3 class="subsection"> 2.4.1 Editing administrative files </h3>
 
 <p>You edit the administrative files in the same way that you would edit
-any other module.  Use <samp>`cvs checkout CVSROOT'</samp> to get a working
+any other module.  Use &lsquo;<samp>cvs checkout CVSROOT</samp>&rsquo; to get 
a working
 copy, edit it, and commit your changes in the normal way.
 </p>
 <p>It is possible to commit an erroneous administrative
@@ -1232,7 +1232,7 @@
 without sharing any code.  All you have to do to have
 several repositories is to specify the appropriate
 repository, using the <code>CVSROOT</code> environment
-variable, the <samp>`-d'</samp> option to <small>CVS</small>, or (once
+variable, the &lsquo;<samp>-d</samp>&rsquo; option to <small>CVS</small>, or 
(once
 you have checked out a working directory) by simply
 allowing <small>CVS</small> to use the repository that was used
 to check out the working directory
@@ -1366,7 +1366,7 @@
 server, or similar mechanisms.  The details would
 depend on your operating system and how you have
 <small>CVS</small> set up.  To lock <small>CVS</small>, you would create
-<tt>`#cvs.rfl'</tt> locks in each repository directory.
+&lsquo;<tt>#cvs.rfl</tt>&rsquo; locks in each repository directory.
 See <a href="cvs_10.html#SEC88">Several developers simultaneously attempting 
to run CVS</a>, for more on <small>CVS</small> locks.
 Having said all this, if you just back up without any
 of these precautions, the results are unlikely to be
@@ -1390,7 +1390,7 @@
 </li><li>
 Copy the files from the working directory from before
 the failure over to the new working directory (do not
-copy the contents of the <tt>`CVS'</tt> directories, of
+copy the contents of the &lsquo;<tt>CVS</tt>&rsquo; directories, of
 course).
 
 </li><li>
@@ -1436,9 +1436,9 @@
 other way to make sure that you don't lose any
 changes.  If you really do want to reuse the existing
 working directory, it should be possible with manual
-surgery on the <tt>`CVS/Repository'</tt> files.  You can
+surgery on the &lsquo;<tt>CVS/Repository</tt>&rsquo; files.  You can
 see <a href="#SEC19">How data is stored in the working directory</a>, for 
information on
-the <tt>`CVS/Repository'</tt> and <tt>`CVS/Root'</tt> files, but
+the &lsquo;<tt>CVS/Repository</tt>&rsquo; and &lsquo;<tt>CVS/Root</tt>&rsquo; 
files, but
 unless you are sure you want to bother, it probably
 isn't worth it.
 </p>
@@ -1486,7 +1486,7 @@
 on how you are connecting to the server.
 </p>
 <p>If <var>method</var> is not specified, and the repository
-name contains <samp>`:'</samp>, then the default is <code>ext</code>
+name contains &lsquo;<samp>:</samp>&rsquo;, then the default is 
<code>ext</code>
 or <code>server</code>, depending on your platform; both are
 described in <a href="#SEC28">Connecting with rsh</a>.
 </p>
@@ -1601,23 +1601,23 @@
 </tr></table>
 <h3 class="subsection"> 2.9.2 Connecting with rsh </h3>
 
-<p><small>CVS</small> uses the <samp>`rsh'</samp> protocol to perform these
+<p><small>CVS</small> uses the &lsquo;<samp>rsh</samp>&rsquo; protocol to 
perform these
 operations, so the remote user host needs to have a
-<tt>`.rhosts'</tt> file which grants access to the local
+&lsquo;<tt>.rhosts</tt>&rsquo; file which grants access to the local
 user. Note that the program that <small>CVS</small> uses for this
-purpose may be specified using the <tt>`--with-rsh'</tt>
+purpose may be specified using the &lsquo;<tt>--with-rsh</tt>&rsquo;
 flag to configure.
 </p>
-<p>For example, suppose you are the user <samp>`mozart'</samp> on
-the local machine <samp>`toe.example.com'</samp>, and the
-server machine is <samp>`faun.example.org'</samp>.  On
+<p>For example, suppose you are the user &lsquo;<samp>mozart</samp>&rsquo; on
+the local machine &lsquo;<samp>toe.example.com</samp>&rsquo;, and the
+server machine is &lsquo;<samp>faun.example.org</samp>&rsquo;.  On
 faun, put the following line into the file
-<tt>`.rhosts'</tt> in <samp>`bach'</samp>'s home directory:
+&lsquo;<tt>.rhosts</tt>&rsquo; in &lsquo;<samp>bach</samp>&rsquo;'s home 
directory:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">toe.example.com  mozart
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>Then test that <samp>`rsh'</samp> is working with
+<p>Then test that &lsquo;<samp>rsh</samp>&rsquo; is working with
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">rsh -l bach 
faun.example.org 'echo $PATH'
 </pre></td></tr></table>
@@ -1628,13 +1628,13 @@
 <code>rsh</code> printed in the above example includes the
 directory containing a program named <code>cvs</code> which
 is the server.  You need to set the path in
-<tt>`.bashrc'</tt>, <tt>`.cshrc'</tt>, etc., not <tt>`.login'</tt>
-or <tt>`.profile'</tt>.  Alternately, you can set the
+&lsquo;<tt>.bashrc</tt>&rsquo;, &lsquo;<tt>.cshrc</tt>&rsquo;, etc., not 
&lsquo;<tt>.login</tt>&rsquo;
+or &lsquo;<tt>.profile</tt>&rsquo;.  Alternately, you can set the
 environment variable <code>CVS_SERVER</code> on the client
 machine to the filename of the server you want to use,
-for example <tt>`/usr/local/bin/cvs-1.6'</tt>.
+for example &lsquo;<tt>/usr/local/bin/cvs-1.6</tt>&rsquo;.
 </p>
-<p>There is no need to edit <tt>`inetd.conf'</tt> or start a
+<p>There is no need to edit &lsquo;<tt>inetd.conf</tt>&rsquo; or start a
 <small>CVS</small> server daemon.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX65"></a>
@@ -1647,7 +1647,7 @@
 client, which is supported only by some <small>CVS</small> ports.
 <code>:ext:</code> specifies an external rsh program.  By
 default this is <code>rsh</code> (unless otherwise specified
-by the <tt>`--with-rsh'</tt> flag to configure) but you may set the
+by the &lsquo;<tt>--with-rsh</tt>&rsquo; flag to configure) but you may set the
 <code>CVS_RSH</code> environment variable to invoke another
 program which can access the remote server (for
 example, <code>remsh</code> on HP-UX 9 because <code>rsh</code> is
@@ -1655,25 +1655,25 @@
 transmit data to and from the server without modifying
 it; for example the Windows NT <code>rsh</code> is not
 suitable since it by default translates between CRLF
-and LF.  The OS/2 <small>CVS</small> port has a hack to pass <samp>`-b'</samp>
+and LF.  The OS/2 <small>CVS</small> port has a hack to pass 
&lsquo;<samp>-b</samp>&rsquo;
 to <code>rsh</code> to get around this, but since this could
 potentially cause problems for programs other than the
 standard <code>rsh</code>, it may change in the future.  If
 you set <code>CVS_RSH</code> to <code>SSH</code> or some other rsh
 replacement, the instructions in the rest of this
-section concerning <tt>`.rhosts'</tt> and so on are likely
+section concerning &lsquo;<tt>.rhosts</tt>&rsquo; and so on are likely
 to be inapplicable; consult the documentation for your rsh
 replacement.
 </p>
 <p>Continuing our example, supposing you want to access
-the module <tt>`foo'</tt> in the repository
-<tt>`/usr/local/cvsroot/'</tt>, on machine
-<tt>`faun.example.org'</tt>, you are ready to go:
+the module &lsquo;<tt>foo</tt>&rsquo; in the repository
+&lsquo;<tt>/usr/local/cvsroot/</tt>&rsquo;, on machine
+&lsquo;<tt>faun.example.org</tt>&rsquo;, you are ready to go:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">cvs -d 
:ext:address@hidden:/usr/local/cvsroot checkout foo
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>(The <tt>`bach@'</tt> can be omitted if the username is
+<p>(The &lsquo;<tt>bach@</tt>&rsquo; can be omitted if the username is
 the same on both the local and remote hosts.)
 </p>
 
@@ -1738,8 +1738,8 @@
 <h4 class="subsubsection"> 2.9.3.1 Setting up the server for password 
authentication </h4>
 
 <p>First of all, you probably want to tighten the
-permissions on the <tt>`$CVSROOT'</tt> and
-<tt>`$CVSROOT/CVSROOT'</tt> directories.  See <a href="#SEC32">Security 
considerations with password authentication</a>, for more details.
+permissions on the &lsquo;<tt>$CVSROOT</tt>&rsquo; and
+&lsquo;<tt>$CVSROOT/CVSROOT</tt>&rsquo; directories.  See <a 
href="#SEC32">Security considerations with password authentication</a>, for 
more details.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX70"></a>
 <a name="IDX71"></a>
@@ -1753,7 +1753,7 @@
 <a name="IDX79"></a>
 <a name="IDX80"></a>
 <a name="IDX81"></a>
-<p>On the server side, the file <tt>`/etc/inetd.conf'</tt>
+<p>On the server side, the file &lsquo;<tt>/etc/inetd.conf</tt>&rsquo;
 needs to be edited so <code>inetd</code> knows to run the
 command <code>cvs pserver</code> when it receives a
 connection on the right port.  By default, the port
@@ -1764,17 +1764,17 @@
 environment variable (see section <a href="cvs_19.html#SEC181">All environment 
variables which affect CVS</a>).
 </p>
 <p>        If your <code>inetd</code> allows raw port numbers in
-<tt>`/etc/inetd.conf'</tt>, then the following (all on a
-single line in <tt>`inetd.conf'</tt>) should be sufficient:
+&lsquo;<tt>/etc/inetd.conf</tt>&rsquo;, then the following (all on a
+single line in &lsquo;<tt>inetd.conf</tt>&rsquo;) should be sufficient:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">2401  stream  tcp  nowait  
root  /usr/local/bin/cvs
 cvs -f --allow-root=/usr/cvsroot pserver
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
 <p>(You could also use the
-<samp>`-T'</samp> option to specify a temporary directory.)
+&lsquo;<samp>-T</samp>&rsquo; option to specify a temporary directory.)
 </p>
-<p>The <samp>`--allow-root'</samp> option specifies the allowable
+<p>The &lsquo;<samp>--allow-root</samp>&rsquo; option specifies the allowable
 <small>CVSROOT</small> directory.  Clients which attempt to use a
 different <small>CVSROOT</small> directory will not be allowed to
 connect.  If there is more than one <small>CVSROOT</small>
@@ -1787,16 +1787,16 @@
 </p>
 <p>        If your <code>inetd</code> wants a symbolic service
 name instead of a raw port number, then put this in
-<tt>`/etc/services'</tt>:
+&lsquo;<tt>/etc/services</tt>&rsquo;:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">cvspserver      2401/tcp
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>and put <code>cvspserver</code> instead of <code>2401</code> in 
<tt>`inetd.conf'</tt>.
+<p>and put <code>cvspserver</code> instead of <code>2401</code> in 
&lsquo;<tt>inetd.conf</tt>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <p>If your system uses <code>xinetd</code> instead of <code>inetd</code>,
 the procedure is slightly different.
-Create a file called <tt>`/etc/xinetd.d/cvspserver'</tt> containing the 
following:
+Create a file called &lsquo;<tt>/etc/xinetd.d/cvspserver</tt>&rsquo; 
containing the following:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">service cvspserver
 {
@@ -1811,7 +1811,7 @@
 }
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>(If <code>cvspserver</code> is defined in <tt>`/etc/services'</tt>, you can 
omit
+<p>(If <code>cvspserver</code> is defined in 
&lsquo;<tt>/etc/services</tt>&rsquo;, you can omit
 the <code>port</code> line.)
 </p>
 <p>        Once the above is taken care of, restart your
@@ -1828,12 +1828,12 @@
 file is generally used, so people don't compromise
 their regular passwords when they access the
 repository.  This file is
-<tt>`$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/passwd'</tt> (see section <a href="#SEC20">The 
administrative files</a>).  It uses a colon-separated
-format, similar to <tt>`/etc/passwd'</tt> on Unix systems,
+&lsquo;<tt>$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/passwd</tt>&rsquo; (see section <a 
href="#SEC20">The administrative files</a>).  It uses a colon-separated
+format, similar to &lsquo;<tt>/etc/passwd</tt>&rsquo; on Unix systems,
 except that it has fewer fields: <small>CVS</small> username,
 optional password, and an optional system username for
 <small>CVS</small> to run as if authentication succeeds.  Here is
-an example <tt>`passwd'</tt> file with five entries:
+an example &lsquo;<tt>passwd</tt>&rsquo; file with five entries:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">anonymous:
 bach:ULtgRLXo7NRxs
@@ -1845,7 +1845,7 @@
 <p>(The passwords are encrypted according to the standard
 Unix <code>crypt()</code> function, so it is possible to
 paste in passwords directly from regular Unix
-<tt>`/etc/passwd'</tt> files.)
+&lsquo;<tt>/etc/passwd</tt>&rsquo; files.)
 </p>
 <p>The first line in the example will grant access to any
 <small>CVS</small> client attempting to authenticate as user
@@ -1873,7 +1873,7 @@
 as <code>melissa</code> does.  That way you could create a
 single, shared system user for each project in your
 repository, and give each developer their own line in
-the <tt>`$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/passwd'</tt> file.  The <small>CVS</small>
+the &lsquo;<tt>$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/passwd</tt>&rsquo; file.  The 
<small>CVS</small>
 username on each line would be different, but the
 system username would be the same.  The reason to have
 different <small>CVS</small> usernames is that <small>CVS</small> will log 
their
@@ -1898,7 +1898,7 @@
 (and if the system-user field is omitted, then also
 omit the colon that would have separated it from the
 encrypted password).  For example, this would be a
-valid <tt>`$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/passwd'</tt> file:
+valid &lsquo;<tt>$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/passwd</tt>&rsquo; file:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">anonymous::pubcvs
 fish:rKa5jzULzmhOo:kfogel
@@ -1913,18 +1913,18 @@
 </p>
 <p><small>CVS</small> can also fall back to use system authentication.
 When authenticating a password, the server first checks
-for the user in the <tt>`$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/passwd'</tt>
+for the user in the &lsquo;<tt>$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/passwd</tt>&rsquo;
 file.  If it finds the user, it will use that entry for
 authentication as described above.  But if it does not
-find the user, or if the <small>CVS</small> <tt>`passwd'</tt> file
+find the user, or if the <small>CVS</small> &lsquo;<tt>passwd</tt>&rsquo; file
 does not exist, then the server can try to authenticate
 the username and password using the operating system's
 user-lookup routines (this &quot;fallback&quot; behavior can be
 disabled by setting <code>SystemAuth=no</code> in the
-<small>CVS</small> <tt>`config'</tt> file, see section <a 
href="cvs_18.html#SEC180">The CVSROOT/config configuration file</a>).
+<small>CVS</small> &lsquo;<tt>config</tt>&rsquo; file, see section <a 
href="cvs_18.html#SEC180">The CVSROOT/config configuration file</a>).
 </p>
 <p>The default fallback behaviour is to look in 
-<tt>`/etc/passwd'</tt> for this system password unless your
+&lsquo;<tt>/etc/passwd</tt>&rsquo; for this system password unless your
 system has PAM (Pluggable Authentication Modules)
 and your <small>CVS</small> server executable was configured to
 use it at compile time (using <code>./configure --enable-pam</code> - see the
@@ -1932,8 +1932,8 @@
 This means that <small>CVS</small> can be configured to use any password
 authentication source PAM can be configured to use (possibilities
 include a simple UNIX password, NIS, LDAP, and others) in its
-global configuration file (usually <tt>`/etc/pam.conf'</tt>
-or possibly <tt>`/etc/pam.d/cvs'</tt>).  See your PAM documentation
+global configuration file (usually &lsquo;<tt>/etc/pam.conf</tt>&rsquo;
+or possibly &lsquo;<tt>/etc/pam.d/cvs</tt>&rsquo;).  See your PAM documentation
 for more details on PAM configuration.
 </p>
 <p>Note that PAM is an experimental feature in <small>CVS</small> and feedback 
is
@@ -1948,23 +1948,23 @@
 <p>CVS needs an &quot;auth&quot; and &quot;account&quot; module in the 
 PAM configuration file. A typical PAM configuration 
 would therefore have the following lines 
-in <tt>`/etc/pam.conf'</tt> to emulate the standard <small>CVS</small> 
-system <tt>`/etc/passwd'</tt> authentication:
+in &lsquo;<tt>/etc/pam.conf</tt>&rsquo; to emulate the standard 
<small>CVS</small> 
+system &lsquo;<tt>/etc/passwd</tt>&rsquo; authentication:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">cvs auth        required    
pam_unix.so
 cvs    account     required    pam_unix.so
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>The the equivalent <tt>`/etc/pam.d/cvs'</tt> would contain
+<p>The the equivalent &lsquo;<tt>/etc/pam.d/cvs</tt>&rsquo; would contain
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">auth            required    
pam_unix.so
 account            required    pam_unix.so
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
 <p>Some systems require a full path to the module so that
-<tt>`pam_unix.so'</tt> (Linux) would become something like 
-<tt>`/usr/lib/security/$ISA/pam_unix.so.1'</tt> (Sun Solaris).
-See the <tt>`contrib/pam'</tt> subdirectory of the <small>CVS</small>
+&lsquo;<tt>pam_unix.so</tt>&rsquo; (Linux) would become something like 
+&lsquo;<tt>/usr/lib/security/$ISA/pam_unix.so.1</tt>&rsquo; (Sun Solaris).
+See the &lsquo;<tt>contrib/pam</tt>&rsquo; subdirectory of the 
<small>CVS</small>
 source distribution for further example configurations.
 </p>
 <p>The PAM service name given above as &quot;cvs&quot; is just
@@ -1993,7 +1993,7 @@
 password on a regular basis.
 </p>
 <p>In the non-PAM configuration where the password is stored in the
-<tt>`CVSROOT/passwd'</tt> file, it is difficult to change passwords on a
+&lsquo;<tt>CVSROOT/passwd</tt>&rsquo; file, it is difficult to change 
passwords on a
 regular basis since only administrative users (or in some cases
 processes that act as an administrative user) are typicaly given
 access to modify this file.  Either there needs to be some
@@ -2012,17 +2012,17 @@
 see section <a href="#SEC26">Remote repositories</a> for a list of other 
methods.
 </p>
 <p>Right now, the only way to put a password in the
-<small>CVS</small> <tt>`passwd'</tt> file is to paste it there from
+<small>CVS</small> &lsquo;<tt>passwd</tt>&rsquo; file is to paste it there from
 somewhere else.  Someday, there may be a <code>cvs
 passwd</code> command.
 </p>
-<p>Unlike many of the files in <tt>`$CVSROOT/CVSROOT'</tt>, it
-is normal to edit the <tt>`passwd'</tt> file in-place,
+<p>Unlike many of the files in &lsquo;<tt>$CVSROOT/CVSROOT</tt>&rsquo;, it
+is normal to edit the &lsquo;<tt>passwd</tt>&rsquo; file in-place,
 rather than via <small>CVS</small>.  This is because of the
-possible security risks of having the <tt>`passwd'</tt>
+possible security risks of having the &lsquo;<tt>passwd</tt>&rsquo;
 file checked out to people's working copies.  If you do
-want to include the <tt>`passwd'</tt> file in checkouts of
-<tt>`$CVSROOT/CVSROOT'</tt>, see <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC177">The checkoutlist 
file</a>.
+want to include the &lsquo;<tt>passwd</tt>&rsquo; file in checkouts of
+&lsquo;<tt>$CVSROOT/CVSROOT</tt>&rsquo;, see <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC177">The 
checkoutlist file</a>.
 </p>
 
 <hr size="6">
@@ -2086,7 +2086,7 @@
 nothing will be recorded.)
 </p>
 <p>The records are stored, by default, in the file
-<tt>`$HOME/.cvspass'</tt>.  That file's format is
+&lsquo;<tt>$HOME/.cvspass</tt>&rsquo;.  That file's format is
 human-readable, and to a degree human-editable, but
 note that the passwords are not stored in
 cleartext&mdash;they are trivially encoded to protect them
@@ -2114,7 +2114,7 @@
 server side, in which case you'll have to re-run
 <code>cvs login</code>).
 </p>
-<p>Note that if the <samp>`:pserver:'</samp> were not present in
+<p>Note that if the &lsquo;<samp>:pserver:</samp>&rsquo; were not present in
 the repository specification, <small>CVS</small> would assume it
 should use <code>rsh</code> to connect with the server
 instead (see section <a href="#SEC28">Connecting with rsh</a>).
@@ -2123,7 +2123,7 @@
 are running <small>CVS</small> commands from within it, there is
 no longer any need to specify the repository
 explicitly, because <small>CVS</small> can deduce the repository
-from the working copy's <tt>`CVS'</tt> subdirectory.
+from the working copy's &lsquo;<tt>CVS</tt>&rsquo; subdirectory.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX86"></a>
 <p>The password for a given remote repository can be
@@ -2169,11 +2169,11 @@
 might be possible to modify <small>CVS</small> to prevent that,
 but no one has done so as of this writing.
 </p>
-<p>Note that because the <tt>`$CVSROOT/CVSROOT'</tt> directory
-contains <tt>`passwd'</tt> and other files which are used
+<p>Note that because the &lsquo;<tt>$CVSROOT/CVSROOT</tt>&rsquo; directory
+contains &lsquo;<tt>passwd</tt>&rsquo; and other files which are used
 to check security, you must control the permissions on
 this directory as tightly as the permissions on
-<tt>`/etc'</tt>.  The same applies to the <tt>`$CVSROOT'</tt>
+&lsquo;<tt>/etc</tt>&rsquo;.  The same applies to the 
&lsquo;<tt>$CVSROOT</tt>&rsquo;
 directory itself and any directory
 above it in the tree.  Anyone who has write access to
 such a directory will have the ability to become any
@@ -2218,7 +2218,7 @@
 <p>To do this, <small>CVS</small> needs to be compiled with GSSAPI
 support; when configuring <small>CVS</small> it tries to detect
 whether GSSAPI libraries using kerberos version 5 are
-present.  You can also use the <tt>`--with-gssapi'</tt>
+present.  You can also use the &lsquo;<tt>--with-gssapi</tt>&rsquo;
 flag to configure.
 </p>
 <p>The connection is authenticated using GSSAPI, but the
@@ -2229,7 +2229,7 @@
 <p>The data transmitted is <em>not</em> encrypted by
 default.  Encryption support must be compiled into both
 the client and the server; use the
-<tt>`--enable-encrypt'</tt> configure option to turn it on.
+&lsquo;<tt>--enable-encrypt</tt>&rsquo; configure option to turn it on.
 You must then use the <code>-x</code> global option to
 request encryption.
 </p>
@@ -2239,7 +2239,7 @@
 Kerberos which provides for strong authentication, you
 will probably want to disable the ability to
 authenticate via cleartext passwords.  To do so, create
-an empty <tt>`CVSROOT/passwd'</tt> password file, and set
+an empty &lsquo;<tt>CVSROOT/passwd</tt>&rsquo; password file, and set
 <code>SystemAuth=no</code> in the config file
 (see section <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC180">The CVSROOT/config configuration 
file</a>).
 </p>
@@ -2248,7 +2248,7 @@
 canonical name of the server host.  You will have to
 set this up as required by your GSSAPI mechanism.
 </p>
-<p>To connect using GSSAPI, use <samp>`:gserver:'</samp>.  For
+<p>To connect using GSSAPI, use &lsquo;<samp>:gserver:</samp>&rsquo;.  For
 example,
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">cvs -d 
:gserver:faun.example.org:/usr/local/cvsroot checkout foo
@@ -2291,17 +2291,17 @@
 <p>To do this, <small>CVS</small> needs to be compiled with kerberos
 support; when configuring <small>CVS</small> it tries to detect
 whether kerberos is present or you can use the
-<tt>`--with-krb4'</tt> flag to configure.
+&lsquo;<tt>--with-krb4</tt>&rsquo; flag to configure.
 </p>
 <p>The data transmitted is <em>not</em> encrypted by
 default.  Encryption support must be compiled into both
 the client and server; use the
-<tt>`--enable-encryption'</tt> configure option to turn it
+&lsquo;<tt>--enable-encryption</tt>&rsquo; configure option to turn it
 on.  You must then use the <code>-x</code> global option to
 request encryption.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX87"></a>
-<p>You need to edit <tt>`inetd.conf'</tt> on the server
+<p>You need to edit &lsquo;<tt>inetd.conf</tt>&rsquo; on the server
 machine to run <code>cvs kserver</code>.  The client uses
 port 1999 by default; if you want to use another port
 specify it in the <code>CVSROOT</code> (see section <a href="#SEC26">Remote 
repositories</a>)
@@ -2359,14 +2359,14 @@
 create a connection which uses the remote protocol.
 </p>
 <p>To connect using the <code>fork</code> method, use
-<samp>`:fork:'</samp> and the pathname to your local
+&lsquo;<samp>:fork:</samp>&rsquo; and the pathname to your local
 repository.  For example:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">cvs -d 
:fork:/usr/local/cvsroot checkout foo
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
 <a name="IDX89"></a>
-<p>As with <code>:ext:</code>, the server is called <samp>`cvs'</samp>
+<p>As with <code>:ext:</code>, the server is called 
&lsquo;<samp>cvs</samp>&rsquo;
 by default, or the value of the <code>CVS_SERVER</code>
 environment variable.
 </p>
@@ -2421,9 +2421,9 @@
 for a user: by inclusion, and by exclusion.
 </p>
 <p>        &quot;Inclusion&quot; means listing that user
-specifically in the <tt>`$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/readers'</tt>
+specifically in the &lsquo;<tt>$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/readers</tt>&rsquo;
 file, which is simply a newline-separated list of
-users.  Here is a sample <tt>`readers'</tt> file:
+users.  Here is a sample &lsquo;<tt>readers</tt>&rsquo; file:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">melissa
 splotnik
@@ -2442,26 +2442,26 @@
 those users listed in it have write access, and
 everyone else has read-only access (of course, even the
 read-only users still need to be listed in the
-<small>CVS</small> <tt>`passwd'</tt> file).  The
-<tt>`writers'</tt> file has the same format as the
-<tt>`readers'</tt> file.
+<small>CVS</small> &lsquo;<tt>passwd</tt>&rsquo; file).  The
+&lsquo;<tt>writers</tt>&rsquo; file has the same format as the
+&lsquo;<tt>readers</tt>&rsquo; file.
 </p>
-<p>        Note: if your <small>CVS</small> <tt>`passwd'</tt>
+<p>        Note: if your <small>CVS</small> &lsquo;<tt>passwd</tt>&rsquo;
 file maps cvs users onto system users (see section <a href="#SEC30">Setting up 
the server for password authentication</a>), make sure you deny or grant
 read-only access using the <em>cvs</em> usernames, not
-the system usernames.  That is, the <tt>`readers'</tt> and
-<tt>`writers'</tt> files contain cvs usernames, which may
+the system usernames.  That is, the &lsquo;<tt>readers</tt>&rsquo; and
+&lsquo;<tt>writers</tt>&rsquo; files contain cvs usernames, which may
 or may not be the same as system usernames.
 </p>
 <p>        Here is a complete description of the server's
 behavior in deciding whether to grant read-only or
 read-write access:
 </p>
-<p>        If <tt>`readers'</tt> exists, and this user is
+<p>        If &lsquo;<tt>readers</tt>&rsquo; exists, and this user is
 listed in it, then she gets read-only access.  Or if
-<tt>`writers'</tt> exists, and this user is NOT listed in
+&lsquo;<tt>writers</tt>&rsquo; exists, and this user is NOT listed in
 it, then she also gets read-only access (this is true
-even if <tt>`readers'</tt> exists but she is not listed
+even if &lsquo;<tt>readers</tt>&rsquo; exists but she is not listed
 there).  Otherwise, she gets full read-write access.
 </p>
 <p>        Of course there is a conflict if the user is
@@ -2500,9 +2500,9 @@
 <p>where <var>pid</var> is the process identification number of
 the server.
 They are located in the directory specified by 
-the <samp>`-T'</samp> global option (see section <a 
href="cvs_16.html#SEC118">Global options</a>), 
+the &lsquo;<samp>-T</samp>&rsquo; global option (see section <a 
href="cvs_16.html#SEC118">Global options</a>), 
 the <code>TMPDIR</code> environment variable (see section <a 
href="cvs_19.html#SEC181">All environment variables which affect CVS</a>), 
-or, failing that, <tt>`/tmp'</tt>.
+or, failing that, &lsquo;<tt>/tmp</tt>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <p>In most cases the server will remove the temporary
 directory when it is done, whether it finishes normally
@@ -2517,7 +2517,7 @@
 
 </li><li>
 If the server is killed in a way that it has no way of
-cleaning up (most notably, <samp>`kill -KILL'</samp> on unix).
+cleaning up (most notably, &lsquo;<samp>kill -KILL</samp>&rsquo; on unix).
 
 </li><li>
 If the system shuts down without an orderly shutdown,
@@ -2525,7 +2525,7 @@
 </li></ul>
 
 <p>In cases such as this, you will need to manually remove
-the <tt>`cvs-serv<var>pid</var>'</tt> directories.  As long as
+the &lsquo;<tt>cvs-serv<var>pid</var></tt>&rsquo; directories.  As long as
 there is no server running with process identification
 number <var>pid</var>, it is safe to do so.
 </p>
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diff -u texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_21.html:1.24 
texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_21.html:1.25
--- texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_21.html:1.24   Sat Mar 25 13:26:47 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_21.html        Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -105,7 +105,7 @@
 potentially confusing error messages.
 </p>
 <p>The messages are alphabetical, but introductory text
-such as <samp>`cvs update: '</samp> is not considered in
+such as &lsquo;<samp>cvs update: </samp>&rsquo; is not considered in
 ordering them.
 </p>
 <p>In some cases the list includes messages printed by old
@@ -125,18 +125,18 @@
 pserver server which chooses not to provide a
 specific reason for denying authorization.  Check that
 the username and password specified are correct and
-that the <code>CVSROOT</code> specified is allowed by 
<samp>`--allow-root'</samp>
-in <tt>`inetd.conf'</tt>.  See <a href="cvs_2.html#SEC29">Direct connection 
with password authentication</a>.
+that the <code>CVSROOT</code> specified is allowed by 
&lsquo;<samp>--allow-root</samp>&rsquo;
+in &lsquo;<tt>inetd.conf</tt>&rsquo;.  See <a href="cvs_2.html#SEC29">Direct 
connection with password authentication</a>.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>cvs <var>command</var>: conflict: removed <var>file</var> was 
modified by second party</code></dt>
 <dd><p>This message indicates that you removed a file, and
 someone else modified it.  To resolve the conflict,
-first run <samp>`cvs add <var>file</var>'</samp>.  If desired, look
+first run &lsquo;<samp>cvs add <var>file</var></samp>&rsquo;.  If desired, look
 at the other party's modification to decide whether you
 still want to remove it.  If you don't want to remove
 it, stop here.  If you do want to remove it, proceed
-with <samp>`cvs remove <var>file</var>'</samp> and commit your
+with &lsquo;<samp>cvs remove <var>file</var></samp>&rsquo; and commit your
 removal.
 </p>
 </dd>
@@ -149,8 +149,8 @@
 able to figure out what causes it, nor is it known
 whether it is specific to linux (or even to this
 particular machine!).  If the problem does occur on
-other unices, <samp>`Operation not permitted'</samp> would be
-likely to read <samp>`Not owner'</samp> or whatever the system
+other unices, &lsquo;<samp>Operation not permitted</samp>&rsquo; would be
+likely to read &lsquo;<samp>Not owner</samp>&rsquo; or whatever the system
 in question uses for the unix <code>EPERM</code> error.  If
 you have any information to add, please let us know as
 described in <a href="cvs_23.html#SEC188">Dealing with bugs in CVS or this 
manual</a>.  If you experience this error
@@ -161,20 +161,20 @@
 <dt> <code>cvs [server aborted]: Cannot check out files into the repository 
itself</code></dt>
 <dd><p>The obvious cause for this message (especially for
 non-client/server <small>CVS</small>) is that the <small>CVS</small> root
-is, for example, <tt>`/usr/local/cvsroot'</tt> and you try
+is, for example, &lsquo;<tt>/usr/local/cvsroot</tt>&rsquo; and you try
 to check out files when you are in a subdirectory, such
-as <tt>`/usr/local/cvsroot/test'</tt>.  However, there is a
+as &lsquo;<tt>/usr/local/cvsroot/test</tt>&rsquo;.  However, there is a
 more subtle cause, which is that the temporary
 directory on the server is set to a subdirectory of the
 root (which is also not allowed).  If this is the
 problem, set the temporary directory to somewhere else,
-for example <tt>`/var/tmp'</tt>; see <code>TMPDIR</code> in
+for example &lsquo;<tt>/var/tmp</tt>&rsquo;; see <code>TMPDIR</code> in
 <a href="cvs_19.html#SEC181">All environment variables which affect CVS</a>, 
for how to set the
 temporary directory.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>cannot commit files as 'root'</code></dt>
-<dd><p>See <samp>`'root' is not allowed to commit files'</samp>.
+<dd><p>See &lsquo;<samp>'root' is not allowed to commit files</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>cannot open CVS/Entries for reading: No such file or 
directory</code></dt>
@@ -276,7 +276,7 @@
 <dt> <code>dying gasps from <var>server</var> unexpected</code></dt>
 <dd><p>There is a known bug in the server for <small>CVS</small> 1.9.18
 and older which can cause this.  For me, this was
-reproducible if I used the <samp>`-t'</samp> global option.  It
+reproducible if I used the &lsquo;<samp>-t</samp>&rsquo; global option.  It
 was fixed by Andy Piper's 14 Nov 1997 change to
 src/filesubr.c, if anyone is curious.
 If you see the message,
@@ -344,11 +344,11 @@
 obscure) cases in which <small>CVS</small> will require you to
 try a few other <small>CVS</small> commands involving that tag,
 before you find one which will cause <small>CVS</small> to update
-the <tt>`val-tags'</tt> file; see discussion of val-tags in
+the &lsquo;<tt>val-tags</tt>&rsquo; file; see discussion of val-tags in
 <a href="cvs_2.html#SEC13">File permissions</a>.  You only need to worry about
 this once for a given tag; when a tag is listed in
-<tt>`val-tags'</tt>, it stays there.  Note that using
-<samp>`-f'</samp> to not require tag matches does not override
+&lsquo;<tt>val-tags</tt>&rsquo;, it stays there.  Note that using
+&lsquo;<samp>-f</samp>&rsquo; to not require tag matches does not override
 this check; see <a href="cvs_16.html#SEC119">Common command options</a>.
 </p>
 </dd>
@@ -388,38 +388,38 @@
 <small>CVS</small> cannot determine who is actually making the change.
 As such, by default, <small>CVS</small> disallows changes to be committed by 
users
 logged in as &quot;root&quot;.  (You can disable this option by passing the
-<code>--enable-rootcommit</code> option to <tt>`configure'</tt> and 
recompiling <small>CVS</small>.
-On some systems this means editing the appropriate <tt>`config.h'</tt> file
+<code>--enable-rootcommit</code> option to &lsquo;<tt>configure</tt>&rsquo; 
and recompiling <small>CVS</small>.
+On some systems this means editing the appropriate 
&lsquo;<tt>config.h</tt>&rsquo; file
 before building <small>CVS</small>.)
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>Too many arguments!</code></dt>
-<dd><p>This message is typically printed by the <tt>`log.pl'</tt>
-script which is in the <tt>`contrib'</tt> directory in the
+<dd><p>This message is typically printed by the &lsquo;<tt>log.pl</tt>&rsquo;
+script which is in the &lsquo;<tt>contrib</tt>&rsquo; directory in the
 <small>CVS</small> source distribution.  In some versions of
-<small>CVS</small>, <tt>`log.pl'</tt> has been part of the default
-<small>CVS</small> installation.  The <tt>`log.pl'</tt> script gets
-called from the <tt>`loginfo'</tt> administrative file.
-Check that the arguments passed in <tt>`loginfo'</tt> match
-what your version of <tt>`log.pl'</tt> expects.  In
-particular, the <tt>`log.pl'</tt> from <small>CVS</small> 1.3 and
+<small>CVS</small>, &lsquo;<tt>log.pl</tt>&rsquo; has been part of the default
+<small>CVS</small> installation.  The &lsquo;<tt>log.pl</tt>&rsquo; script gets
+called from the &lsquo;<tt>loginfo</tt>&rsquo; administrative file.
+Check that the arguments passed in &lsquo;<tt>loginfo</tt>&rsquo; match
+what your version of &lsquo;<tt>log.pl</tt>&rsquo; expects.  In
+particular, the &lsquo;<tt>log.pl</tt>&rsquo; from <small>CVS</small> 1.3 and
 older expects the logfile as an argument whereas the
-<tt>`log.pl'</tt> from <small>CVS</small> 1.5 and newer expects the
-logfile to be specified with a <samp>`-f'</samp> option.  Of
-course, if you don't need <tt>`log.pl'</tt> you can just
-comment it out of <tt>`loginfo'</tt>.
+&lsquo;<tt>log.pl</tt>&rsquo; from <small>CVS</small> 1.5 and newer expects the
+logfile to be specified with a &lsquo;<samp>-f</samp>&rsquo; option.  Of
+course, if you don't need &lsquo;<tt>log.pl</tt>&rsquo; you can just
+comment it out of &lsquo;<tt>loginfo</tt>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>cvs [update aborted]: unexpected EOF reading 
<var>file</var>,v</code></dt>
-<dd><p>See <samp>`EOF in key in RCS file'</samp>.
+<dd><p>See &lsquo;<samp>EOF in key in RCS file</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>cvs [login aborted]: unrecognized auth response from 
<var>server</var></code></dt>
 <dd><p>This message typically means that the server is not set
-up properly.  For example, if <tt>`inetd.conf'</tt> points
+up properly.  For example, if &lsquo;<tt>inetd.conf</tt>&rsquo; points
 to a nonexistent cvs executable.  To debug it further,
 find the log file which inetd writes
-(<tt>`/var/log/messages'</tt> or whatever inetd uses on
+(&lsquo;<tt>/var/log/messages</tt>&rsquo; or whatever inetd uses on
 your system).  For details, see <a href="#SEC185">Trouble making a connection 
to a CVS server</a>, and
 <a href="cvs_2.html#SEC30">Setting up the server for password 
authentication</a>.
 </p>
@@ -431,9 +431,9 @@
 commit</code> you need to <code>cvs update</code>.  <small>CVS</small> will 
merge
 the changes that you made and the changes that the
 other person made.  If it does not detect any conflicts
-it will report <samp>`M <var>file</var>'</samp> and you are ready
+it will report &lsquo;<samp>M <var>file</var></samp>&rsquo; and you are ready
 to <code>cvs commit</code>.  If it detects conflicts it will
-print a message saying so, will report <samp>`C <var>file</var>'</samp>,
+print a message saying so, will report &lsquo;<samp>C 
<var>file</var></samp>&rsquo;,
 and you need to manually resolve the
 conflict.  For more details on this process see
 <a href="cvs_10.html#SEC86">Conflicts example</a>.
@@ -454,15 +454,15 @@
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>warning: unrecognized response `<var>text</var>' from cvs 
server</code></dt>
 <dd><p>If <var>text</var> contains a valid response (such as
-<samp>`ok'</samp>) followed by an extra carriage return
+&lsquo;<samp>ok</samp>&rsquo;) followed by an extra carriage return
 character (on many systems this will cause the second
 part of the message to overwrite the first part), then
-it probably means that you are using the <samp>`:ext:'</samp>
+it probably means that you are using the &lsquo;<samp>:ext:</samp>&rsquo;
 access method with a version of rsh, such as most
 non-unix rsh versions, which does not by default
 provide a transparent data stream.  In such cases you
-probably want to try <samp>`:server:'</samp> instead of
-<samp>`:ext:'</samp>.  If <var>text</var> is something else, this
+probably want to try &lsquo;<samp>:server:</samp>&rsquo; instead of
+&lsquo;<samp>:ext:</samp>&rsquo;.  If <var>text</var> is something else, this
 may signify a problem with your <small>CVS</small> server.
 Double-check your installation against the instructions
 for setting up the <small>CVS</small> server.
@@ -550,11 +550,11 @@
 or &quot;end of file from server&quot;
 typically indicate that inetd is listening for
 connections but is unable to start <small>CVS</small> (this is frequently
-caused by having an incorrect path in <tt>`inetd.conf'</tt>
+caused by having an incorrect path in &lsquo;<tt>inetd.conf</tt>&rsquo;
 or by firewall software rejecting the connection).
 &quot;unrecognized auth response&quot; errors are caused by a bad command
-line in <tt>`inetd.conf'</tt>, typically an invalid option or forgetting
-to put the <samp>`pserver'</samp> command at the end of the line.
+line in &lsquo;<tt>inetd.conf</tt>&rsquo;, typically an invalid option or 
forgetting
+to put the &lsquo;<samp>pserver</samp>&rsquo; command at the end of the line.
 Another less common problem is invisible control characters that
 your editor &quot;helpfully&quot; added without you noticing.
 </p>
@@ -572,8 +572,8 @@
 ...
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>then you're missing the <samp>`pserver'</samp> command at the end of the
-line in <tt>`inetd.conf'</tt>; check to make sure that the entire command
+<p>then you're missing the &lsquo;<samp>pserver</samp>&rsquo; command at the 
end of the
+line in &lsquo;<tt>inetd.conf</tt>&rsquo;; check to make sure that the entire 
command
 is on one line and that it's complete.
 </p>
 <p>Likewise, if you get something like:
@@ -585,12 +585,12 @@
 ...
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>then you've misspelled <samp>`pserver'</samp> in some way.  If it isn't
+<p>then you've misspelled &lsquo;<samp>pserver</samp>&rsquo; in some way.  If 
it isn't
 obvious, check for invisible control characters (particularly
-carriage returns) in <tt>`inetd.conf'</tt>.
+carriage returns) in &lsquo;<tt>inetd.conf</tt>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <p>If it fails to work at all, then make sure inetd is working
-right.  Change the invocation in <tt>`inetd.conf'</tt> to run the
+right.  Change the invocation in &lsquo;<tt>inetd.conf</tt>&rsquo; to run the
 echo program instead of cvs.  For example:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">2401  stream  tcp  nowait  
root /bin/echo echo hello
@@ -609,7 +609,7 @@
 <small>CVS</small>.  I hear that there is an AIX patch available
 to address this problem.
 </p>
-<p>Another good debugging tool is the <samp>`-d'</samp>
+<p>Another good debugging tool is the &lsquo;<samp>-d</samp>&rsquo;
 (debugging) option to inetd.  Consult your system
 documentation for more information.
 </p>
@@ -619,7 +619,7 @@
 cvs [server aborted]: can't chdir(/root): Permission denied
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>then you probably haven't specified <samp>`-f'</samp> in 
<tt>`inetd.conf'</tt>.
+<p>then you probably haven't specified &lsquo;<samp>-f</samp>&rsquo; in 
&lsquo;<tt>inetd.conf</tt>&rsquo;.
 (In releases prior to <small>CVS</small> 1.11.1, this problem can be caused by
 your system setting the <code>$HOME</code> environment variable
 for programs being run by inetd.  In this case, you can either
@@ -666,11 +666,11 @@
 <li>
 On Windows, if there is a 30 second or so delay when
 you run a <small>CVS</small> command, it may mean that you have
-your home directory set to <tt>`C:/'</tt>, for example (see
+your home directory set to &lsquo;<tt>C:/</tt>&rsquo;, for example (see
 <code>HOMEDRIVE</code> and <code>HOMEPATH</code> in
 <a href="cvs_19.html#SEC181">All environment variables which affect CVS</a>).  
<small>CVS</small> expects the home
-directory to not end in a slash, for example <tt>`C:'</tt>
-or <tt>`C:\cvs'</tt>.
+directory to not end in a slash, for example &lsquo;<tt>C:</tt>&rsquo;
+or &lsquo;<tt>C:\cvs</tt>&rsquo;.
 
 </li><li>
 If you are running <small>CVS</small> 1.9.18 or older, and
Index: texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_22.html
diff -u texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_22.html:1.19 
texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_22.html:1.20
--- texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_22.html:1.19   Sat Mar 25 13:26:47 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_22.html        Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -95,7 +95,7 @@
 
 <p>The list of contributors here is not comprehensive; for a more
 complete list of who has contributed to this manual see
-the file <tt>`doc/ChangeLog'</tt> in the <small>CVS</small> source
+the file &lsquo;<tt>doc/ChangeLog</tt>&rsquo; in the <small>CVS</small> source
 distribution.
 </p>
 <hr size="6">
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diff -u texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_24.html:1.17 
texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_24.html:1.18
--- texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_24.html:1.17   Tue Aug 23 23:51:10 2005
+++ texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_24.html        Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -274,9 +274,9 @@
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_16.html#SEC115">Command 
structure</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_16.html#SEC115">A.1 Overall 
structure of CVS commands</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_16.html#IDX233">Comment 
leader</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_16.html#SEC121">A.6.1 admin 
options</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_16.html#SEC125">commit 
(subcommand)</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_16.html#SEC125">A.8 
commit&mdash;Check files into the repository</a></td></tr>
-<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="cvs_18.html#SEC168"><tt>`commitinfo'</tt></a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="cvs_18.html#SEC168">C.3.2 Commitinfo</a></td></tr>
-<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="cvs_18.html#IDX266"><tt>`commitinfo'</tt>, command 
environment</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_18.html#SEC168">C.3.2 
Commitinfo</a></td></tr>
-<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="cvs_18.html#IDX265"><tt>`commitinfo'</tt>, working directory</a></td><td 
valign="top"><a href="cvs_18.html#SEC168">C.3.2 Commitinfo</a></td></tr>
+<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="cvs_18.html#SEC168">&lsquo;<tt>commitinfo</tt>&rsquo;</a></td><td 
valign="top"><a href="cvs_18.html#SEC168">C.3.2 Commitinfo</a></td></tr>
+<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="cvs_18.html#IDX266">&lsquo;<tt>commitinfo</tt>&rsquo;, command 
environment</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_18.html#SEC168">C.3.2 
Commitinfo</a></td></tr>
+<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="cvs_18.html#IDX265">&lsquo;<tt>commitinfo</tt>&rsquo;, working 
directory</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_18.html#SEC168">C.3.2 
Commitinfo</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_18.html#SEC168">Commits, precommit 
verification of</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_18.html#SEC168">C.3.2 
Commitinfo</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_1.html#SEC6">Committing changes to 
files</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_1.html#SEC6">1.3.2 Committing your 
changes</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_18.html#SEC166">Committing, 
administrative support files</a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="cvs_18.html#SEC166">C.3 The commit support files</a></td></tr>
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diff -u texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_25.html:1.16 
texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_25.html:1.17
--- texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_25.html:1.16   Tue Aug 23 23:51:10 2005
+++ texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_25.html        Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -140,7 +140,7 @@
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_4.html#SEC45">Decimal revision 
number</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_4.html#SEC45">4.1 Revision 
numbers</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_18.html#IDX263">DEFAULT in 
commitinfo</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_18.html#SEC168">C.3.2 
Commitinfo</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_18.html#IDX270">DEFAULT in 
editinfo</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_18.html#SEC170">C.3.4 
Editinfo</a></td></tr>
-<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_18.html#IDX267">DEFAULT in 
<tt>`verifymsg'</tt></a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="cvs_18.html#SEC169">C.3.3 Verifying log messages</a></td></tr>
+<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_18.html#IDX267">DEFAULT in 
&lsquo;<tt>verifymsg</tt>&rsquo;</a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="cvs_18.html#SEC169">C.3.3 Verifying log messages</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_3.html#SEC43">Defining a 
module</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_3.html#SEC43">3.2 Defining the 
module</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_2.html#SEC20">Defining modules 
(intro)</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_2.html#SEC20">2.4 The 
administrative files</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_18.html#SEC158">Defining modules 
(reference manual)</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_18.html#SEC158">C.1 
The modules file</a></td></tr>
@@ -191,7 +191,7 @@
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_16.html#SEC116">Exit status, of 
CVS</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_16.html#SEC116">A.2 CVS's exit 
status</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_21.html#IDX317">Exit status, of 
editor</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_21.html#SEC184">F.1 Partial list 
of error messages</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_8.html#IDX134">Exit status, of 
taginfo</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_8.html#SEC78">8.3 User-defined 
logging</a></td></tr>
-<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_18.html#IDX268">Exit status, of 
<tt>`verifymsg'</tt></a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="cvs_18.html#SEC169">C.3.3 Verifying log messages</a></td></tr>
+<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_18.html#IDX268">Exit status, of 
&lsquo;<tt>verifymsg</tt>&rsquo;</a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="cvs_18.html#SEC169">C.3.3 Verifying log messages</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_16.html#SEC135">export 
(subcommand)</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_16.html#SEC135">A.10 
export&mdash;Export sources from CVS, similar to checkout</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_18.html#IDX252">Export 
program</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_18.html#SEC163">C.1.5 Module 
options</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td colspan="3"> <hr></td></tr>
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diff -u texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_28.html:1.20 
texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_28.html:1.21
--- texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_28.html:1.20   Tue Aug 23 23:51:10 2005
+++ texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_28.html        Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -194,9 +194,9 @@
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="cvs_18.html#SEC179">Variables</a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="cvs_18.html#SEC179">C.8 Expansions in administrative files</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_13.html#IDX197">Vendor</a></td><td 
valign="top"><a href="cvs_13.html#SEC105">13. Tracking third-party 
sources</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_13.html#IDX198">Vendor 
branch</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_13.html#SEC105">13. Tracking 
third-party sources</a></td></tr>
-<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="cvs_18.html#SEC169"><tt>`verifymsg'</tt> (admin file)</a></td><td 
valign="top"><a href="cvs_18.html#SEC169">C.3.3 Verifying log 
messages</a></td></tr>
-<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="cvs_18.html#IDX269"><tt>`verifymsg'</tt>, changing the log 
message</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_18.html#SEC169">C.3.3 Verifying 
log messages</a></td></tr>
-<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="cvs_18.html#IDX290"><tt>`verifymsg'</tt>, changing the log 
message</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_18.html#SEC180">C.9 The 
CVSROOT/config configuration file</a></td></tr>
+<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="cvs_18.html#SEC169">&lsquo;<tt>verifymsg</tt>&rsquo; (admin 
file)</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_18.html#SEC169">C.3.3 Verifying log 
messages</a></td></tr>
+<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="cvs_18.html#IDX269">&lsquo;<tt>verifymsg</tt>&rsquo;, changing the log 
message</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_18.html#SEC169">C.3.3 Verifying 
log messages</a></td></tr>
+<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="cvs_18.html#IDX290">&lsquo;<tt>verifymsg</tt>&rsquo;, changing the log 
message</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_18.html#SEC180">C.9 The 
CVSROOT/config configuration file</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_17.html#IDX250">version 
(subcommand)</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_17.html#SEC156">B. Quick 
reference to CVS commands</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_20.html#SEC182">Versions, of 
CVS</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_20.html#SEC182">E. Compatibility 
between CVS Versions</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_4.html#SEC46">Versions, revisions 
and releases</a></td><td valign="top"><a href="cvs_4.html#SEC46">4.2 Versions, 
revisions and releases</a></td></tr>
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diff -u texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_3.html:1.24 
texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_3.html:1.25
--- texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_3.html:1.24    Sat Mar 25 13:26:47 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_3.html Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -138,17 +138,17 @@
 put under <small>CVS</small> control.  In these cases the easiest way is to 
use the
 <code>import</code> command.  An example is probably the easiest way to
 explain how to use it.  If the files you want to install in
-<small>CVS</small> reside in <tt>`<var>wdir</var>'</tt>, and you want them to 
appear in the
-repository as <tt>`$CVSROOT/yoyodyne/<var>rdir</var>'</tt>, you can do this:
+<small>CVS</small> reside in &lsquo;<tt><var>wdir</var></tt>&rsquo;, and you 
want them to appear in the
+repository as &lsquo;<tt>$CVSROOT/yoyodyne/<var>rdir</var></tt>&rsquo;, you 
can do this:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ cd <var>wdir</var>
 $ cvs import -m &quot;Imported sources&quot; yoyodyne/<var>rdir</var> yoyo 
start
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>Unless you supply a log message with the <samp>`-m'</samp>
+<p>Unless you supply a log message with the &lsquo;<samp>-m</samp>&rsquo;
 flag, <small>CVS</small> starts an editor and prompts for a
-message.  The string <samp>`yoyo'</samp> is a <em>vendor tag</em>,
-and <samp>`start'</samp> is a <em>release tag</em>.  They may fill
+message.  The string &lsquo;<samp>yoyo</samp>&rsquo; is a <em>vendor tag</em>,
+and &lsquo;<samp>start</samp>&rsquo; is a <em>release tag</em>.  They may fill
 no purpose in this context, but since <small>CVS</small> requires
 them they must be present.  See section <a href="cvs_13.html#SEC105">Tracking 
third-party sources</a>, for
 more information about them.
@@ -213,16 +213,16 @@
 </dd>
 <dt> From RCS</dt>
 <dd><p>If you have been using <small>RCS</small>, find the <small>RCS</small>
-files&mdash;usually a file named <tt>`foo.c'</tt> will have its
-<small>RCS</small> file in <tt>`RCS/foo.c,v'</tt> (but it could be
+files&mdash;usually a file named &lsquo;<tt>foo.c</tt>&rsquo; will have its
+<small>RCS</small> file in &lsquo;<tt>RCS/foo.c,v</tt>&rsquo; (but it could be
 other places; consult the <small>RCS</small> documentation for
 details).  Then create the appropriate directories in
 <small>CVS</small> if they do not already exist.  Then copy the
 files into the appropriate directories in the <small>CVS</small>
 repository (the name in the repository must be the name
-of the source file with <samp>`,v'</samp> added; the files go
+of the source file with &lsquo;<samp>,v</samp>&rsquo; added; the files go
 directly in the appropriate directory of the repository,
-not in an <tt>`RCS'</tt> subdirectory).  This is one of the
+not in an &lsquo;<tt>RCS</tt>&rsquo; subdirectory).  This is one of the
 few times when it is a good idea to access the <small>CVS</small>
 repository directly, rather than using <small>CVS</small>
 commands.  Then you are ready to check out a new
@@ -243,14 +243,14 @@
 script that will check out the files one revision at a
 time using the command line interface to the other
 system, and then check the revisions into <small>CVS</small>.
-The <tt>`sccs2rcs'</tt> script mentioned below may be a
+The &lsquo;<tt>sccs2rcs</tt>&rsquo; script mentioned below may be a
 useful example to follow.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX91"></a>
 </dd>
 <dt> From SCCS</dt>
-<dd><p>There is a script in the <tt>`contrib'</tt> directory of
-the <small>CVS</small> source distribution called <tt>`sccs2rcs'</tt>
+<dd><p>There is a script in the &lsquo;<tt>contrib</tt>&rsquo; directory of
+the <small>CVS</small> source distribution called 
&lsquo;<tt>sccs2rcs</tt>&rsquo;
 which converts <small>SCCS</small> files to <small>RCS</small> files.
 Note: you must run it on a machine which has both
 <small>SCCS</small> and <small>RCS</small> installed, and like everything
@@ -260,8 +260,8 @@
 <a name="IDX92"></a>
 </dd>
 <dt> From PVCS</dt>
-<dd><p>There is a script in the <tt>`contrib'</tt> directory of
-the <small>CVS</small> source distribution called <tt>`pvcs_to_rcs'</tt>
+<dd><p>There is a script in the &lsquo;<tt>contrib</tt>&rsquo; directory of
+the <small>CVS</small> source distribution called 
&lsquo;<tt>pvcs_to_rcs</tt>&rsquo;
 which converts <small>PVCS</small> archives to <small>RCS</small> files.
 You must run it on a machine which has both
 <small>PVCS</small> and <small>RCS</small> installed, and like everything
@@ -335,7 +335,7 @@
 <h2 class="section"> 3.2 Defining the module </h2>
 
 <p>The next step is to define the module in the
-<tt>`modules'</tt> file.  This is not strictly necessary,
+&lsquo;<tt>modules</tt>&rsquo; file.  This is not strictly necessary,
 but modules can be convenient in grouping together
 related files and directories.
 </p>
@@ -352,7 +352,7 @@
 </li><li>
 Edit the file and insert a line that defines the module.  See section <a 
href="cvs_2.html#SEC20">The administrative files</a>, for an introduction.  See 
section <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC158">The modules file</a>, for a full
 description of the modules file.  You can use the
-following line to define the module <samp>`tc'</samp>:
+following line to define the module &lsquo;<samp>tc</samp>&rsquo;:
 
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">tc   yoyodyne/tc
 </pre></td></tr></table>
Index: texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_4.html
diff -u texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_4.html:1.23 
texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_4.html:1.24
--- texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_4.html:1.23    Sat Mar 25 13:26:47 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_4.html Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -114,8 +114,8 @@
 <h2 class="section"> 4.1 Revision numbers </h2>
 
 <p>Each version of a file has a unique <em>revision
-number</em>.  Revision numbers look like <samp>`1.1'</samp>,
-<samp>`1.2'</samp>, <samp>`1.3.2.2'</samp> or even <samp>`1.3.2.2.4.5'</samp>.
+number</em>.  Revision numbers look like &lsquo;<samp>1.1</samp>&rsquo;,
+&lsquo;<samp>1.2</samp>&rsquo;, &lsquo;<samp>1.3.2.2</samp>&rsquo; or even 
&lsquo;<samp>1.3.2.2.4.5</samp>&rsquo;.
 A revision number always has an even number of
 period-separated decimal integers.  By default revision
 1.1 is the first revision of a file.  Each successive
@@ -129,7 +129,7 @@
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
 <p>It is also possible to end up with numbers containing
-more than one period, for example <samp>`1.3.2.2'</samp>.  Such
+more than one period, for example &lsquo;<samp>1.3.2.2</samp>&rsquo;.  Such
 revisions represent revisions on branches
 (see section <a href="cvs_5.html#SEC54">Branching and merging</a>); such 
revision numbers
 are explained in detail in <a href="cvs_5.html#SEC58">Branches and 
revisions</a>.
@@ -158,7 +158,7 @@
 <p>A file can have several versions, as described above.
 Likewise, a software product can have several versions.
 A software product is often given a version number such
-as <samp>`4.1.1'</samp>.
+as &lsquo;<samp>4.1.1</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <p>Versions in the first sense are called <em>revisions</em>
 in this document, and versions in the second sense are
@@ -205,9 +205,9 @@
 provide a better way to distinguish between things like
 release 1 versus release 2 of your product
 (see section <a href="#SEC48">Tags&ndash;Symbolic revisions</a>).  However, if 
you want to set the
-numeric revisions, the <samp>`-r'</samp> option to <code>cvs
-commit</code> can do that.  The <samp>`-r'</samp> option implies the
-<samp>`-f'</samp> option, in the sense that it causes the
+numeric revisions, the &lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo; option to <code>cvs
+commit</code> can do that.  The &lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo; option implies 
the
+&lsquo;<samp>-f</samp>&rsquo; option, in the sense that it causes the
 files to be committed even if they are not modified.
 </p>
 <p>For example, to bring all your files up to
@@ -217,10 +217,10 @@
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ cvs commit -r 3.0
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>Note that the number you specify with <samp>`-r'</samp> must be
+<p>Note that the number you specify with &lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo; must be
 larger than any existing revision number.  That is, if
-revision 3.0 exists, you cannot <samp>`cvs commit
--r 1.3'</samp>.  If you want to maintain several releases in
+revision 3.0 exists, you cannot &lsquo;<samp>cvs commit
+-r 1.3</samp>&rsquo;.  If you want to maintain several releases in
 parallel, you need to use a branch (see section <a 
href="cvs_5.html#SEC54">Branching and merging</a>).
 </p>
 <hr size="6">
@@ -274,16 +274,16 @@
 <a name="IDX98"></a>
 <a name="IDX99"></a>
 <p>You can use the <code>tag</code> command to give a symbolic name to a
-certain revision of a file.  You can use the <samp>`-v'</samp> flag to the
+certain revision of a file.  You can use the &lsquo;<samp>-v</samp>&rsquo; 
flag to the
 <code>status</code> command to see all tags that a file has, and
 which revision numbers they represent.  Tag names must
 start with an uppercase or lowercase letter and can
 contain uppercase and lowercase letters, digits,
-<samp>`-'</samp>, and <samp>`_'</samp>.  The two tag names <code>BASE</code>
+&lsquo;<samp>-</samp>&rsquo;, and &lsquo;<samp>_</samp>&rsquo;.  The two tag 
names <code>BASE</code>
 and <code>HEAD</code> are reserved for use by <small>CVS</small>.  It
 is expected that future names which are special to
 <small>CVS</small> will be specially named, for example by
-starting with <samp>`.'</samp>, rather than being named analogously to
+starting with &lsquo;<samp>.</samp>&rsquo;, rather than being named 
analogously to
 <code>BASE</code> and <code>HEAD</code>, to avoid conflicts with
 actual tag names.
 </p>
@@ -291,8 +291,8 @@
 based on information such as the name of the program
 and the version number of the release.  For example,
 one might take the name of the program, immediately
-followed by the version number with <samp>`.'</samp> changed to
-<samp>`-'</samp>, so that <small>CVS</small> 1.9 would be tagged with the name
+followed by the version number with &lsquo;<samp>.</samp>&rsquo; changed to
+&lsquo;<samp>-</samp>&rsquo;, so that <small>CVS</small> 1.9 would be tagged 
with the name
 <code>cvs1-9</code>.  If you choose a consistent convention,
 then you won't constantly be guessing whether a tag is
 <code>cvs-1-9</code> or <code>cvs1_9</code> or what.  You might
@@ -304,7 +304,7 @@
 <p>The following example shows how you can add a tag to a
 file.  The commands must be issued inside your working
 directory.  That is, you should issue the
-command in the directory where <tt>`backend.c'</tt>
+command in the directory where &lsquo;<tt>backend.c</tt>&rsquo;
 resides.
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ cvs tag rel-0-4 backend.c
@@ -347,9 +347,9 @@
 </p>
 <a name="IDX102"></a>
 <a name="IDX103"></a>
-<p>The <code>checkout</code> command has a flag, <samp>`-r'</samp>, that lets 
you check out
+<p>The <code>checkout</code> command has a flag, 
&lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo;, that lets you check out
 a certain revision of a module.  This flag makes it easy to
-retrieve the sources that make up release 1.0 of the module <samp>`tc'</samp> 
at
+retrieve the sources that make up release 1.0 of the module 
&lsquo;<samp>tc</samp>&rsquo; at
 any time in the future:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ cvs checkout -r rel-1-0 tc
@@ -359,7 +359,7 @@
 that release, but you cannot find the bug in the current working copy.
 </p>
 <p>You can also check out a module as it was at any given date.
-See section <a href="cvs_16.html#SEC123">checkout options</a>.  When 
specifying <samp>`-r'</samp> to
+See section <a href="cvs_16.html#SEC123">checkout options</a>.  When 
specifying &lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo; to
 any of these commands, you will need beware of sticky
 tags; see <a href="#SEC53">Sticky tags</a>.
 </p>
@@ -424,7 +424,7 @@
 Namely, running the <code>cvs tag</code> command without
 arguments causes <small>CVS</small> to select the revisions which
 are checked out in the current working directory.  For
-example, if the copy of <tt>`backend.c'</tt> in working
+example, if the copy of &lsquo;<tt>backend.c</tt>&rsquo; in working
 directory was checked out from revision 1.4, then
 <small>CVS</small> will tag revision 1.4.  Note that the tag is
 applied immediately to revision 1.4 in the repository;
@@ -438,7 +438,7 @@
 are tagging the checked-in revisions, which may differ
 from locally modified files in your working directory.
 If you want to avoid doing this by mistake, specify the
-<samp>`-c'</samp> option to <code>cvs tag</code>.  If there are any
+&lsquo;<samp>-c</samp>&rsquo; option to <code>cvs tag</code>.  If there are any
 locally modified files, <small>CVS</small> will abort with an
 error before it tags any files:
 </p>
@@ -484,7 +484,7 @@
 </p>
 </dd>
 <dt> <code>-f</code></dt>
-<dd><p>Only useful with the <samp>`-D <var>date</var>'</samp> or <samp>`-r 
<var>tag</var>'</samp>
+<dd><p>Only useful with the &lsquo;<samp>-D <var>date</var></samp>&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;<samp>-r <var>tag</var></samp>&rsquo;
 flags.  If no matching revision is found, use the most
 recent revision (instead of ignoring the file).
 </p>
@@ -495,8 +495,8 @@
 </dl>
 
 <p>The <code>cvs tag</code> command also allows one to specify
-files by revision or date, using the same <samp>`-r'</samp>,
-<samp>`-D'</samp>, and <samp>`-f'</samp> options.  However, this
+files by revision or date, using the same &lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo;,
+&lsquo;<samp>-D</samp>&rsquo;, and &lsquo;<samp>-f</samp>&rsquo; options.  
However, this
 feature is probably not what you want.  The reason is
 that <code>cvs tag</code> chooses which files to tag based on
 the files that exist in the working directory, rather
@@ -552,7 +552,7 @@
 <a name="IDX107"></a>
 <a name="IDX108"></a>
 <a name="IDX109"></a>
-<p>To delete a tag, specify the <samp>`-d'</samp> option to either
+<p>To delete a tag, specify the &lsquo;<samp>-d</samp>&rsquo; option to either
 <code>cvs tag</code> or <code>cvs rtag</code>.  For example:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">cvs rtag -d rel-0-4 tc
@@ -578,9 +578,9 @@
 <p>When we say <em>move</em> a tag, we mean to make the same
 name point to different revisions.  For example, the
 <code>stable</code> tag may currently point to revision 1.4
-of <tt>`backend.c'</tt> and perhaps we want to make it
+of &lsquo;<tt>backend.c</tt>&rsquo; and perhaps we want to make it
 point to revision 1.6.  To move a non-branch tag, specify the
-<samp>`-F'</samp> option to either <code>cvs tag</code> or <code>cvs
+&lsquo;<samp>-F</samp>&rsquo; option to either <code>cvs tag</code> or 
<code>cvs
 rtag</code>.  For example, the task just mentioned might be
 accomplished as:
 </p>
@@ -606,7 +606,7 @@
 tag.  For example, one may have misspelled the tag name
 and want to correct it (hopefully before others are
 relying on the old spelling).  To rename a tag, first
-create a new tag using the <samp>`-r'</samp> option to
+create a new tag using the &lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo; option to
 <code>cvs rtag</code>, and then delete the old name.  (Caution:
 this method will not work with branch tags.) 
 This leaves the new tag on exactly the 
@@ -653,21 +653,21 @@
 Then, if the tag is missing for that file, there is no
 way to know whether the tag refers to the time before
 the file was added, or the time after it was removed.
-If you specify the <samp>`-r'</samp> option to <code>cvs rtag</code>,
+If you specify the &lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo; option to <code>cvs 
rtag</code>,
 then <small>CVS</small> tags the files which have been removed,
 and thereby avoids this problem.  For example, one
 might specify <code>-r HEAD</code> to tag the head.
 </p>
 <p>On the subject of adding and removing files, the
-<code>cvs rtag</code> command has a <samp>`-a'</samp> option which
+<code>cvs rtag</code> command has a &lsquo;<samp>-a</samp>&rsquo; option which
 means to clear the tag from removed files that would
 not otherwise be tagged.  For example, one might
-specify this option in conjunction with <samp>`-F'</samp> when
-moving a tag.  If one moved a tag without <samp>`-a'</samp>,
+specify this option in conjunction with &lsquo;<samp>-F</samp>&rsquo; when
+moving a tag.  If one moved a tag without &lsquo;<samp>-a</samp>&rsquo;,
 then the tag in the removed files might still refer to
 the old revision, rather than reflecting the fact that
 the file had been removed.  I don't think this is
-necessary if <samp>`-r'</samp> is specified, as noted above.
+necessary if &lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo; is specified, as noted above.
 </p>
 <hr size="6">
 <a name="Sticky-tags"></a>
@@ -694,8 +694,8 @@
 <p>Sometimes a working copy's revision has extra data
 associated with it, for example it might be on a branch
 (see section <a href="cvs_5.html#SEC54">Branching and merging</a>), or 
restricted to
-versions prior to a certain date by <samp>`checkout -D'</samp>
-or <samp>`update -D'</samp>.  Because this data persists &ndash;
+versions prior to a certain date by &lsquo;<samp>checkout -D</samp>&rsquo;
+or &lsquo;<samp>update -D</samp>&rsquo;.  Because this data persists &ndash;
 that is, it applies to subsequent commands in the
 working copy &ndash; we refer to it as <em>sticky</em>.
 </p>
@@ -724,8 +724,8 @@
 <a name="IDX117"></a>
 <a name="IDX118"></a>
 <p>The sticky tags will remain on your working files until
-you delete them with <samp>`cvs update -A'</samp>.  The
-<samp>`-A'</samp> option merges local changes into the version of the
+you delete them with &lsquo;<samp>cvs update -A</samp>&rsquo;.  The
+&lsquo;<samp>-A</samp>&rsquo; option merges local changes into the version of 
the
 file from the head of the trunk, removing any sticky tags,
 dates, or options.  See <a href="cvs_16.html#SEC153">update&mdash;Bring work 
tree in sync with repository</a> for more on the operation
 of <code>cvs update</code>.
@@ -746,13 +746,13 @@
 commands will
 not retrieve the latest revision until you reset the
 tag with <code>cvs update -A</code>.  Likewise, use of the
-<samp>`-D'</samp> option to <code>update</code> or <code>checkout</code>
+&lsquo;<samp>-D</samp>&rsquo; option to <code>update</code> or 
<code>checkout</code>
 sets a <em>sticky date</em>, which, similarly, causes that
 date to be used for future retrievals.
 </p>
 <p>People often want to retrieve an old version of
 a file without setting a sticky tag.  This can
-be done with the <samp>`-p'</samp> option to <code>checkout</code> or
+be done with the &lsquo;<samp>-p</samp>&rsquo; option to <code>checkout</code> 
or
 <code>update</code>, which sends the contents of the file to
 standard output.  For example:
 </p><table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ cvs update -p -r 1.1 
file1 &gt;file1
@@ -766,9 +766,9 @@
 
 <p>However, this isn't the easiest way, if you are asking
 how to undo a previous checkin (in this example, put
-<tt>`file1'</tt> back to the way it was as of revision
+&lsquo;<tt>file1</tt>&rsquo; back to the way it was as of revision
 1.1).  In that case you are better off using the
-<samp>`-j'</samp> option to <code>update</code>; for further
+&lsquo;<samp>-j</samp>&rsquo; option to <code>update</code>; for further
 discussion see <a href="cvs_5.html#SEC62">Merging differences between any two 
revisions</a>.
 </p>
 <hr size="6">
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diff -u texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_5.html:1.30 
texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_5.html:1.31
--- texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_5.html:1.30    Sat Mar 25 13:26:47 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_5.html Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -157,7 +157,7 @@
 
 <p>This splits off a branch based on the current revisions
 in the working copy, assigning that branch the name
-<samp>`rel-1-0-patches'</samp>.
+&lsquo;<samp>rel-1-0-patches</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <p>It is important to understand that branches get created
 in the repository, not in the working copy.  Creating a
@@ -172,24 +172,24 @@
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ cvs rtag -b -r rel-1-0 
rel-1-0-patches tc
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p><samp>`-r rel-1-0'</samp> says that this branch should be
+<p>&lsquo;<samp>-r rel-1-0</samp>&rsquo; says that this branch should be
 rooted at the revision that
-corresponds to the tag <samp>`rel-1-0'</samp>.  It need not
+corresponds to the tag &lsquo;<samp>rel-1-0</samp>&rsquo;.  It need not
 be the most recent revision &ndash; it's often useful to
 split a branch off an old revision (for example, when
 fixing a bug in a past release otherwise known to be
 stable).
 </p>
-<p>As with <samp>`tag'</samp>, the <samp>`-b'</samp> flag tells
+<p>As with &lsquo;<samp>tag</samp>&rsquo;, the &lsquo;<samp>-b</samp>&rsquo; 
flag tells
 <code>rtag</code> to create a branch (rather than just a
 symbolic revision name).  Note that the numeric
-revision number that matches <samp>`rel-1-0'</samp> will
+revision number that matches &lsquo;<samp>rel-1-0</samp>&rsquo; will
 probably be different from file to file.
 </p>
 <p>So, the full effect of the command is to create a new
-branch &ndash; named <samp>`rel-1-0-patches'</samp> &ndash; in module
-<samp>`tc'</samp>, rooted in the revision tree at the point tagged
-by <samp>`rel-1-0'</samp>.
+branch &ndash; named &lsquo;<samp>rel-1-0-patches</samp>&rsquo; &ndash; in 
module
+&lsquo;<samp>tc</samp>&rsquo;, rooted in the revision tree at the point tagged
+by &lsquo;<samp>rel-1-0</samp>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <hr size="6">
 <a name="Accessing-branches"></a>
@@ -217,14 +217,14 @@
 switching an existing working copy over to the branch.
 </p>
 <p>To check out a branch from the repository, invoke
-<samp>`checkout'</samp> with the <samp>`-r'</samp> flag, followed by
+&lsquo;<samp>checkout</samp>&rsquo; with the &lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo; 
flag, followed by
 the tag name of the branch (see section <a href="#SEC56">Creating a 
branch</a>):
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ cvs checkout -r 
rel-1-0-patches tc
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
 <p>Or, if you already have a working copy, you can switch
-it to a given branch with <samp>`update -r'</samp>:
+it to a given branch with &lsquo;<samp>update -r</samp>&rsquo;:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ cvs update -r 
rel-1-0-patches tc
 </pre></td></tr></table>
@@ -238,8 +238,8 @@
 <p>It does not matter if the working copy was originally
 on the main trunk or on some other branch &ndash; the above
 command will switch it to the named branch.  And
-similarly to a regular <samp>`update'</samp> command,
-<samp>`update -r'</samp> merges any changes you have made,
+similarly to a regular &lsquo;<samp>update</samp>&rsquo; command,
+&lsquo;<samp>update -r</samp>&rsquo; merges any changes you have made,
 notifying you of conflicts where they occur.
 </p>
 <p>Once you have a working copy tied to a particular
@@ -250,8 +250,8 @@
 </p>
 <a name="IDX120"></a>
 <p>To find out what branch a working copy is on, you can
-use the <samp>`status'</samp> command.  In its output, look for
-the field named <samp>`Sticky tag'</samp> (see section <a 
href="cvs_4.html#SEC53">Sticky tags</a>)
+use the &lsquo;<samp>status</samp>&rsquo; command.  In its output, look for
+the field named &lsquo;<samp>Sticky tag</samp>&rsquo; (see section <a 
href="cvs_4.html#SEC53">Sticky tags</a>)
 &ndash; that's <small>CVS</small>'s way of telling you the branch, if
 any, of the current working files:
 </p>
@@ -286,14 +286,14 @@
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
 <p>Don't be confused by the fact that the branch numbers
-for each file are different (<samp>`1.7.2'</samp> and
-<samp>`1.4.2'</samp> respectively).  The branch tag is the
-same, <samp>`rel-1-0-patches'</samp>, and the files are
+for each file are different (&lsquo;<samp>1.7.2</samp>&rsquo; and
+&lsquo;<samp>1.4.2</samp>&rsquo; respectively).  The branch tag is the
+same, &lsquo;<samp>rel-1-0-patches</samp>&rsquo;, and the files are
 indeed on the same branch.  The numbers simply reflect
 the point in each file's revision history at which the
 branch was made.  In the above example, one can deduce
-that <samp>`driver.c'</samp> had been through more changes than
-<samp>`backend.c'</samp> before this branch was created.
+that &lsquo;<samp>driver.c</samp>&rsquo; had been through more changes than
+&lsquo;<samp>backend.c</samp>&rsquo; before this branch was created.
 </p>
 <p>See <a href="#SEC58">Branches and revisions</a> for details about how
 branch numbers are constructed.
@@ -434,7 +434,7 @@
 symbolic name to a branch the way <small>RCS</small> expects it
 to be.  If <code>R4patches</code> is assigned to the branch
 1.4.2 (magic branch number 1.4.0.2) in file
-<tt>`numbers.c'</tt> you can do this:
+&lsquo;<tt>numbers.c</tt>&rsquo; you can do this:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ cvs admin 
-NR4patches:1.4.2 numbers.c
 </pre></td></tr></table>
@@ -466,14 +466,14 @@
 <h2 class="section"> 5.6 Merging an entire branch </h2>
 
 <p>You can merge changes made on a branch into your working copy by giving
-the <samp>`-j <var>branchname</var>'</samp> flag to the <code>update</code> 
subcommand.  With one
-<samp>`-j <var>branchname</var>'</samp> option it merges the changes made 
between the
+the &lsquo;<samp>-j <var>branchname</var></samp>&rsquo; flag to the 
<code>update</code> subcommand.  With one
+&lsquo;<samp>-j <var>branchname</var></samp>&rsquo; option it merges the 
changes made between the
 greatest common ancestor (GCA) of the branch and the destination revision (in
 the simple case below the GCA is the point where the branch forked) and the
 newest revision on that branch into your working copy.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX121"></a>
-<p>The <samp>`-j'</samp> stands for &ldquo;join&rdquo;.
+<p>The &lsquo;<samp>-j</samp>&rsquo; stands for &ldquo;join&rdquo;.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX122"></a>
 <a name="IDX123"></a>
@@ -490,9 +490,9 @@
                     +---------+    +---------+
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>The branch 1.2.2 has been given the tag (symbolic name) 
<samp>`R1fix'</samp>.  The
-following example assumes that the module <samp>`mod'</samp> contains only one
-file, <tt>`m.c'</tt>.
+<p>The branch 1.2.2 has been given the tag (symbolic name) 
&lsquo;<samp>R1fix</samp>&rsquo;.  The
+following example assumes that the module &lsquo;<samp>mod</samp>&rsquo; 
contains only one
+file, &lsquo;<tt>m.c</tt>&rsquo;.
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ cvs checkout mod          
     # Retrieve the latest revision, 1.4
 
@@ -512,7 +512,7 @@
 you might be getting more conflicts than strictly necessary.  See
 <a href="#SEC64">Merging and keywords</a>, for information on how to avoid 
this.
 </p>
-<p>The <code>checkout</code> command also supports the <samp>`-j 
<var>branchname</var>'</samp> flag.  The
+<p>The <code>checkout</code> command also supports the &lsquo;<samp>-j 
<var>branchname</var></samp>&rsquo; flag.  The
 same effect as above could be achieved with this:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ cvs checkout -j R1fix mod
@@ -557,11 +557,11 @@
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
 <p>where the starred line represents the merge from the
-<samp>`R1fix'</samp> branch to the main trunk, as just
+&lsquo;<samp>R1fix</samp>&rsquo; branch to the main trunk, as just
 discussed.
 </p>
 <p>Now suppose that development continues on the
-<samp>`R1fix'</samp> branch:
+&lsquo;<samp>R1fix</samp>&rsquo; branch:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">+-----+    +-----+    
+-----+    +-----+    +-----+
 ! 1.1 !----! 1.2 !----! 1.3 !----! 1.4 !----! 1.5 !   &lt;- The main trunk
@@ -582,7 +582,7 @@
 <p>So instead you need to specify that you only want to
 merge the changes on the branch which have not yet been
 merged into the trunk.  To do that you specify two
-<samp>`-j'</samp> options, and <small>CVS</small> merges the changes from
+&lsquo;<samp>-j</samp>&rsquo; options, and <small>CVS</small> merges the 
changes from
 the first revision to the second revision.  For
 example, in this case the simplest way would be
 </p>
@@ -624,7 +624,7 @@
 </tr></table>
 <h2 class="section"> 5.8 Merging differences between any two revisions </h2>
 
-<p>With two <samp>`-j <var>revision</var>'</samp> flags, the 
<code>update</code>
+<p>With two &lsquo;<samp>-j <var>revision</var></samp>&rsquo; flags, the 
<code>update</code>
 (and <code>checkout</code>) command can merge the differences
 between any two revisions into your working file.
 </p>
@@ -645,10 +645,10 @@
 </p>
 <a name="IDX127"></a>
 <a name="IDX128"></a>
-<p>Specifying two <samp>`-j'</samp> options can also undo file
+<p>Specifying two &lsquo;<samp>-j</samp>&rsquo; options can also undo file
 removals or additions.  For example, suppose you have
 a file
-named <tt>`file1'</tt> which existed as revision 1.1, and
+named &lsquo;<tt>file1</tt>&rsquo; which existed as revision 1.1, and
 you then removed it (thus adding a dead revision 1.2).
 Now suppose you want to add it again, with the same
 contents it had previously.  Here is how to do it:
@@ -701,11 +701,11 @@
 cvs update -jbranchtag
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>After these commands are executed and a <samp>`cvs commit'</samp> is done,
-file <tt>`a'</tt> will be removed and file <tt>`d'</tt> added in the main 
branch.
+<p>After these commands are executed and a &lsquo;<samp>cvs 
commit</samp>&rsquo; is done,
+file &lsquo;<tt>a</tt>&rsquo; will be removed and file 
&lsquo;<tt>d</tt>&rsquo; added in the main branch.
 </p>
-<p>Note that using a single static tag (<samp>`-j <var>tagname</var>'</samp>)
-rather than a dynamic tag (<samp>`-j <var>branchname</var>'</samp>) to merge
+<p>Note that using a single static tag (&lsquo;<samp>-j 
<var>tagname</var></samp>&rsquo;)
+rather than a dynamic tag (&lsquo;<samp>-j 
<var>branchname</var></samp>&rsquo;) to merge
 changes from a branch will usually not remove files which were removed on the
 branch since <small>CVS</small> does not automatically add static tags to dead 
revisions.
 The exception to this rule occurs when
@@ -740,7 +740,7 @@
 merging.
 </p>
 <p>Therefore, you will often want to specify the
-<samp>`-kk'</samp> (see section <a href="cvs_12.html#SEC102">Substitution 
modes</a>) switch to the
+&lsquo;<samp>-kk</samp>&rsquo; (see section <a 
href="cvs_12.html#SEC102">Substitution modes</a>) switch to the
 merge command line.  By substituting just the name of
 the keyword, not the expanded value of that keyword,
 this option ensures that the revisions which you are
@@ -790,7 +790,7 @@
 directory, which conflicted with the fact that your
 working directory had contained <code>Revision: 1.2</code>.
 </p>
-<p>Here is what happens if you had used <samp>`-kk'</samp>:
+<p>Here is what happens if you had used &lsquo;<samp>-kk</samp>&rsquo;:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ cat file1
 key $<i></i>Revision: 1.2 $
@@ -813,19 +813,19 @@
 is no conflict.
 </p>
 <p><strong>WARNING: In versions of <small>CVS</small> prior to 1.12.2, there 
was a
-major problem with using <samp>`-kk'</samp> on merges.  Namely, 
<samp>`-kk'</samp>
+major problem with using &lsquo;<samp>-kk</samp>&rsquo; on merges.  Namely, 
&lsquo;<samp>-kk</samp>&rsquo;
 overrode any default keyword expansion mode set in the archive file in
 the repository.  This could, unfortunately for some users, cause data
 corruption in binary files (with a default keyword expansion mode set
-to <samp>`-kb'</samp>).  Therefore, when a repository contained binary files,
-conflicts had to be dealt with manually rather than using <samp>`-kk'</samp> in
+to &lsquo;<samp>-kb</samp>&rsquo;).  Therefore, when a repository contained 
binary files,
+conflicts had to be dealt with manually rather than using 
&lsquo;<samp>-kk</samp>&rsquo; in
 a merge command.</strong>
 </p>
 <p>In <small>CVS</small> version 1.12.2 and later, the keyword expansion mode
 provided on the command line to any <small>CVS</small> command no longer
-overrides the <samp>`-kb'</samp> keyword expansion mode setting for binary
+overrides the &lsquo;<samp>-kb</samp>&rsquo; keyword expansion mode setting 
for binary
 files, though it will still override other default keyword expansion
-modes.  You can now safely merge using <samp>`-kk'</samp> to avoid spurious 
conflicts
+modes.  You can now safely merge using &lsquo;<samp>-kk</samp>&rsquo; to avoid 
spurious conflicts
 on lines containing RCS keywords, even when your repository contains
 binary files.
 </p>
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texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_6.html:1.24
--- texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_6.html:1.23    Sat Mar 25 13:26:47 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_6.html Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -90,36 +90,36 @@
                  +--<tt>test2.t</tt>
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>If <tt>`tc'</tt> is the current working directory, the
+<p>If &lsquo;<tt>tc</tt>&rsquo; is the current working directory, the
 following is true:
 </p>
 <ul>
 <li>
-<samp>`cvs update testing'</samp> is equivalent to
+&lsquo;<samp>cvs update testing</samp>&rsquo; is equivalent to
 
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">cvs update 
testing/testpgm.t testing/test2.t
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
 </li><li>
-<samp>`cvs update testing man'</samp> updates all files in the
+&lsquo;<samp>cvs update testing man</samp>&rsquo; updates all files in the
 subdirectories
 
 </li><li>
-<samp>`cvs update .'</samp> or just <samp>`cvs update'</samp> updates
+&lsquo;<samp>cvs update .</samp>&rsquo; or just &lsquo;<samp>cvs 
update</samp>&rsquo; updates
 all files in the <code>tc</code> directory
 </li></ul>
 
 <p>If no arguments are given to <code>update</code> it will
 update all files in the current working directory and
-all its subdirectories.  In other words, <tt>`.'</tt> is a
+all its subdirectories.  In other words, &lsquo;<tt>.</tt>&rsquo; is a
 default argument to <code>update</code>.  This is also true
 for most of the <small>CVS</small> subcommands, not only the
 <code>update</code> command.
 </p>
 <p>The recursive behavior of the <small>CVS</small> subcommands can be
-turned off with the <samp>`-l'</samp> option.
-Conversely, the <samp>`-R'</samp> option can be used to force recursion if
-<samp>`-l'</samp> is specified in <tt>`~/.cvsrc'</tt> (see section <a 
href="cvs_16.html#SEC117">Default options and the ~/.cvsrc file</a>).
+turned off with the &lsquo;<samp>-l</samp>&rsquo; option.
+Conversely, the &lsquo;<samp>-R</samp>&rsquo; option can be used to force 
recursion if
+&lsquo;<samp>-l</samp>&rsquo; is specified in &lsquo;<tt>~/.cvsrc</tt>&rsquo; 
(see section <a href="cvs_16.html#SEC117">Default options and the ~/.cvsrc 
file</a>).
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ cvs update -l         # 
Don't update files in subdirectories
 </pre></td></tr></table>
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texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_7.html:1.26
--- texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_7.html:1.25    Sat Mar 25 13:26:47 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_7.html Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -110,12 +110,12 @@
 Create the new file inside your working copy of the directory.
 
 </li><li>
-Use <samp>`cvs add <var>filename</var>'</samp> to tell <small>CVS</small> that 
you
+Use &lsquo;<samp>cvs add <var>filename</var></samp>&rsquo; to tell 
<small>CVS</small> that you
 want to version control the file.  If the file contains
-binary data, specify <samp>`-kb'</samp> (see section <a 
href="cvs_9.html#SEC80">Handling binary files</a>).
+binary data, specify &lsquo;<samp>-kb</samp>&rsquo; (see section <a 
href="cvs_9.html#SEC80">Handling binary files</a>).
 
 </li><li>
-Use <samp>`cvs commit <var>filename</var>'</samp> to actually check
+Use &lsquo;<samp>cvs commit <var>filename</var></samp>&rsquo; to actually check
 in the file into the repository.  Other developers
 cannot see the file until you perform this step.
 </li></ul>
@@ -124,8 +124,8 @@
 directory.
 </p>
 <p>Unlike most other commands, the <code>add</code> command is
-not recursive.  You cannot even type <samp>`cvs add
-foo/bar'</samp>!  Instead, you have to
+not recursive.  You cannot even type &lsquo;<samp>cvs add
+foo/bar</samp>&rsquo;!  Instead, you have to
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ cd foo
 $ cvs add bar
@@ -151,23 +151,23 @@
 command intervened.  See section <a href="#SEC68">Removing files</a>, for an
 example.
 </p>
-<p>The <samp>`-k'</samp> option specifies the default way that
+<p>The &lsquo;<samp>-k</samp>&rsquo; option specifies the default way that
 this file will be checked out; for more information see
 <a href="cvs_12.html#SEC102">Substitution modes</a>.
 </p>
-<p>The <samp>`-m'</samp> option specifies a description for the
+<p>The &lsquo;<samp>-m</samp>&rsquo; option specifies a description for the
 file.  This description appears in the history log (if
 it is enabled, see section <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC178">The history file</a>). 
 It will also be
 saved in the version history inside the repository when
 the file is committed.  The <code>log</code> command displays
 this description.  The description can be changed using
-<samp>`admin -t'</samp>.  See section <a 
href="cvs_16.html#SEC120">admin&mdash;Administration</a>.  If you omit the
-<samp>`-m <var>description</var>'</samp> flag, an empty string will
+&lsquo;<samp>admin -t</samp>&rsquo;.  See section <a 
href="cvs_16.html#SEC120">admin&mdash;Administration</a>.  If you omit the
+&lsquo;<samp>-m <var>description</var></samp>&rsquo; flag, an empty string will
 be used.  You will not be prompted for a description.
 </p></dd></dl>
 
 <p>For example, the following commands add the file
-<tt>`backend.c'</tt> to the repository:
+&lsquo;<tt>backend.c</tt>&rsquo; to the repository:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ cvs add backend.c
 $ cvs commit -m &quot;Early version. Not yet compilable.&quot; backend.c
@@ -221,11 +221,11 @@
 You can for instance use <code>rm</code>.
 
 </li><li>
-Use <samp>`cvs remove <var>filename</var>'</samp> to tell <small>CVS</small> 
that
+Use &lsquo;<samp>cvs remove <var>filename</var></samp>&rsquo; to tell 
<small>CVS</small> that
 you really want to delete the file.
 
 </li><li>
-Use <samp>`cvs commit <var>filename</var>'</samp> to actually
+Use &lsquo;<samp>cvs commit <var>filename</var></samp>&rsquo; to actually
 perform the removal of the file from the repository.
 </li></ul>
 
@@ -234,7 +234,7 @@
 possible for a file to exist on only some branches and
 not on others, or to re-add another file with the same
 name later.  <small>CVS</small> will correctly create or not create
-the file, based on the <samp>`-r'</samp> and <samp>`-D'</samp> options
+the file, based on the &lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo; and 
&lsquo;<samp>-D</samp>&rsquo; options
 specified to <code>checkout</code> or <code>update</code>.
 </p>
 <a name="IDX131"></a>
@@ -265,7 +265,7 @@
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
 <p>As a convenience you can remove the file and <code>cvs
-remove</code> it in one step, by specifying the <samp>`-f'</samp>
+remove</code> it in one step, by specifying the &lsquo;<samp>-f</samp>&rsquo;
 option.  For example, the above example could also be
 done like this:
 </p>
@@ -340,18 +340,18 @@
 <p>The way that you remove a directory is to remove all
 the files in it.  You don't remove the directory
 itself; there is no way to do that.
-Instead you specify the <samp>`-P'</samp> option to
+Instead you specify the &lsquo;<samp>-P</samp>&rsquo; option to
 <code>cvs update</code> or <code>cvs checkout</code>,
 which will cause <small>CVS</small> to remove empty
 directories from working directories.
 (Note that <code>cvs export</code> always removes empty directories.)
 Probably the
-best way to do this is to always specify <samp>`-P'</samp>; if
+best way to do this is to always specify &lsquo;<samp>-P</samp>&rsquo;; if
 you want an empty directory then put a dummy file (for
-example <tt>`.keepme'</tt>) in it to prevent <samp>`-P'</samp> from
+example &lsquo;<tt>.keepme</tt>&rsquo;) in it to prevent 
&lsquo;<samp>-P</samp>&rsquo; from
 removing it.
 </p>
-<p>Note that <samp>`-P'</samp> is implied by the <samp>`-r'</samp> or 
<samp>`-D'</samp>
+<p>Note that &lsquo;<samp>-P</samp>&rsquo; is implied by the 
&lsquo;<samp>-r</samp>&rsquo; or &lsquo;<samp>-D</samp>&rsquo;
 options of <code>checkout</code>.  This way
 <small>CVS</small> will be able to correctly create the directory
 or not depending on whether the particular version you
@@ -438,7 +438,7 @@
 </p>
 <p>When <var>new</var> is committed its revision numbers will
 start again, usually at 1.1, so if that bothers you,
-use the <samp>`-r rev'</samp> option to commit.  For more
+use the &lsquo;<samp>-r rev</samp>&rsquo; option to commit.  For more
 information see <a href="cvs_4.html#SEC47">Assigning revisions</a>.
 </p>
 <hr size="6">
@@ -545,7 +545,7 @@
 <ul>
 <li>
 Checking out old revisions works correctly, as long as
-you use <samp>`-r<var>tag</var>'</samp> and not 
<samp>`-D<var>date</var>'</samp>
+you use &lsquo;<samp>-r<var>tag</var></samp>&rsquo; and not 
&lsquo;<samp>-D<var>date</var></samp>&rsquo;
 to retrieve the revisions.
 
 </li><li>
@@ -586,7 +586,7 @@
 
 <p>The normal way to rename or move a directory is to
 rename or move each file within it as described in
-<a href="#SEC71">The Normal way to Rename</a>.  Then check out with the 
<samp>`-P'</samp>
+<a href="#SEC71">The Normal way to Rename</a>.  Then check out with the 
&lsquo;<samp>-P</samp>&rsquo;
 option, as described in <a href="#SEC69">Removing directories</a>.
 </p>
 <p>If you really want to hack the repository to rename or
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texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_8.html:1.23
--- texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_8.html:1.22    Sat Mar 25 13:26:47 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_8.html Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -128,7 +128,7 @@
 history</code> command (see section <a 
href="cvs_16.html#SEC137">history&mdash;Show status of files and users</a>).
 </p>
 <p>Note: you can control what is logged to this file by using the
-<samp>`LogHistory'</samp> keyword in the <tt>`CVSROOT/config'</tt> file
+&lsquo;<samp>LogHistory</samp>&rsquo; keyword in the 
&lsquo;<tt>CVSROOT/config</tt>&rsquo; file
 (see section <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC180">The CVSROOT/config configuration 
file</a>).
 </p>
 
@@ -160,10 +160,10 @@
 listing the information and the programmer who created
 it, or send mail to a group of developers, or, perhaps,
 post a message to a particular newsgroup.  To log
-commits, use the <tt>`loginfo'</tt> file (see section <a 
href="cvs_18.html#SEC172">Loginfo</a>).
+commits, use the &lsquo;<tt>loginfo</tt>&rsquo; file (see section <a 
href="cvs_18.html#SEC172">Loginfo</a>).
 To log commits, checkouts, exports, and tags,
-respectively, you can also use the <samp>`-i'</samp>,
-<samp>`-o'</samp>, <samp>`-e'</samp>, and <samp>`-t'</samp> options in the
+respectively, you can also use the &lsquo;<samp>-i</samp>&rsquo;,
+&lsquo;<samp>-o</samp>&rsquo;, &lsquo;<samp>-e</samp>&rsquo;, and 
&lsquo;<samp>-t</samp>&rsquo; options in the
 modules file.  For a more flexible way of giving
 notifications to various users, which requires less in
 the way of keeping centralized scripts up to date, use
@@ -172,9 +172,9 @@
 </p>
 <a name="IDX133"></a>
 <a name="IDX134"></a>
-<p>The <tt>`taginfo'</tt> file defines programs to execute
+<p>The &lsquo;<tt>taginfo</tt>&rsquo; file defines programs to execute
 when someone executes a <code>tag</code> or <code>rtag</code>
-command.  The <tt>`taginfo'</tt> file has the standard form
+command.  The &lsquo;<tt>taginfo</tt>&rsquo; file has the standard form
 for administrative files (see section <a href="cvs_18.html#SEC157">Reference 
manual for Administrative files</a>), where each line is a regular expression
 followed by a command to execute.  The arguments passed
 to the command are, in order, the <var>tagname</var>,
@@ -191,7 +191,7 @@
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">ALL 
/usr/local/cvsroot/CVSROOT/loggit
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>Where <tt>`/usr/local/cvsroot/CVSROOT/loggit'</tt> contains the
+<p>Where &lsquo;<tt>/usr/local/cvsroot/CVSROOT/loggit</tt>&rsquo; contains the
 following script:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">#!/bin/sh
@@ -234,7 +234,7 @@
 1.2          (joe      28-Mar-96): ssfile line 2
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>The file <tt>`ssfile'</tt> currently contains two lines.
+<p>The file &lsquo;<tt>ssfile</tt>&rsquo; currently contains two lines.
 The <code>ssfile line 1</code> line was checked in by
 <code>mary</code> on March 27.  Then, on March 28, <code>joe</code>
 added a line <code>ssfile line 2</code>, without modifying
Index: texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_9.html
diff -u texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_9.html:1.28 
texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_9.html:1.29
--- texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_9.html:1.28    Sat Mar 25 13:26:47 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/ccvs_res/cvs_9.html Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -122,7 +122,7 @@
 happens in two contexts.  The first is when users make
 changes in separate working directories
 (see section <a href="cvs_10.html#SEC83">Multiple developers</a>).  The second 
is when one
-merges explicitly with the <samp>`update -j'</samp> command
+merges explicitly with the &lsquo;<samp>update -j</samp>&rsquo; command
 (see section <a href="cvs_5.html#SEC54">Branching and merging</a>).
 </p>
 <p>In the case of text
@@ -179,19 +179,19 @@
 off.
 </p>
 
-<p>The <samp>`-kb'</samp> option available with some <small>CVS</small>
+<p>The &lsquo;<samp>-kb</samp>&rsquo; option available with some 
<small>CVS</small>
 commands insures that neither line ending conversion
 nor keyword expansion will be done.
 </p>
 <p>Here is an example of how you can create a new file
-using the <samp>`-kb'</samp> flag:
+using the &lsquo;<samp>-kb</samp>&rsquo; flag:
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><pre class="example">$ echo '$<i></i>Id$' &gt; 
kotest
 $ cvs add -kb -m&quot;A test file&quot; kotest
 $ cvs ci -m&quot;First checkin; contains a keyword&quot; kotest
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>If a file accidentally gets added without <samp>`-kb'</samp>,
+<p>If a file accidentally gets added without &lsquo;<samp>-kb</samp>&rsquo;,
 one can use the <code>cvs admin</code> command to recover.
 For example:
 </p>
@@ -205,7 +205,7 @@
 $ cvs commit -m &quot;make it binary&quot; kotest
 </pre></td></tr></table>
 
-<p>When you check in the file <tt>`kotest'</tt> the file is
+<p>When you check in the file &lsquo;<tt>kotest</tt>&rsquo; the file is
 not preserved as a binary file, because you did not
 check it in as a binary file.  The <code>cvs
 admin -kb</code> command sets the default keyword
@@ -233,7 +233,7 @@
 <p>You can also set a default for whether <code>cvs add</code>
 and <code>cvs import</code> treat a file as binary based on
 its name; for example you could say that files who
-names end in <samp>`.exe'</samp> are binary.  See section <a 
href="cvs_18.html#SEC165">The cvswrappers file</a>.
+names end in &lsquo;<samp>.exe</samp>&rsquo; are binary.  See section <a 
href="cvs_18.html#SEC165">The cvswrappers file</a>.
 There is currently no way to have <small>CVS</small> detect
 whether a file is binary based on its contents.  The
 main difficulty with designing such a feature is that
Index: texi2html/Tests/formatting/formatting.texi
diff -u texi2html/Tests/formatting/formatting.texi:1.19 
texi2html/Tests/formatting/formatting.texi:1.20
--- texi2html/Tests/formatting/formatting.texi:1.19     Sun Mar 26 14:38:25 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/formatting/formatting.texi  Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -99,6 +99,8 @@
 @@ordm @ordm{}
 @@comma @comma{}
 
+@@TeX, but without brace @TeX
+
 @code{@@address@hidden,an accronym @@address@hidden@} 
@@address@hidden@address@hidden @acronym{--a,an accronym @comma{} @enddots{}}
 @code{@@address@hidden@}} @acronym{--a}
 @code{@@address@hidden@}} @asis{--a}
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diff -u 
texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/_0021_005f_0022_0023_0024_0025_0026_0027_0028_0029_002a_002b_002d_002e_002f_003b_003c_003d_003e_003f_005b_005c_005d_005e_005f_0060_007c_007e.html:1.5
 
texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/_0021_005f_0022_0023_0024_0025_0026_0027_0028_0029_002a_002b_002d_002e_002f_003b_003c_003d_003e_003f_005b_005c_005d_005e_005f_0060_007c_007e.html:1.6
--- 
texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/_0021_005f_0022_0023_0024_0025_0026_0027_0028_0029_002a_002b_002d_002e_002f_003b_003c_003d_003e_003f_005b_005c_005d_005e_005f_0060_007c_007e.html:1.5
        Sat Mar 25 13:26:47 2006
+++ 
texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/_0021_005f_0022_0023_0024_0025_0026_0027_0028_0029_002a_002b_002d_002e_002f_003b_003c_003d_003e_003f_005b_005c_005d_005e_005f_0060_007c_007e.html
    Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -46,7 +46,7 @@
 <td valign="middle" align="left">[<a href="local-node.html#local-node" 
title="Next section in reading order"> &gt; </a>]</td>
 <td valign="middle" align="left"> &nbsp; </td>
 <td valign="middle" align="left">[<a href="other-nodes.html#SEC4" 
title="Beginning of this chapter or previous chapter"> &lt;&lt; </a>]</td>
-<td valign="middle" align="left">[<a href="index.html#Top" title="Up section"> 
Up </a>]</td>
+<td valign="middle" align="left">[<a href="other-nodes.html#SEC4" title="Up 
section"> Up </a>]</td>
 <td valign="middle" align="left">[ &gt;&gt; ]</td>
 <td valign="middle" align="left"> &nbsp; </td>
 <td valign="middle" align="left"> &nbsp; </td>
Index: texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/clean.html
diff -u texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/clean.html:1.18 
texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/clean.html:1.19
--- texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/clean.html:1.18      Thu Mar 30 10:05:06 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/clean.html   Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -519,14 +519,14 @@
 <code>@email{--a}</code> <a href="mailto:--a";>--a</a>
 <code>@emph{--a}</code> <em>&ndash;a</em>
 <code>@env{--a}</code> <code>--a</code>
-<code>@file{--a}</code> <tt>`--a'</tt>
+<code>@file{--a}</code> &lsquo;<tt>--a</tt>&rsquo;
 <code>@i{--a}</code> <i>&ndash;a</i>
 <code>@kbd{--a}</code> <kbd>--a</kbd>
 <code>@key{--a}</code> <kbd>&ndash;a</kbd>
 <code>@math{--a}</code> <em>&ndash;a</em>
-<code>@option{--a}</code> <samp>`--a'</samp>
+<code>@option{--a}</code> &lsquo;<samp>--a</samp>&rsquo;
 <code>@r{--a}</code> &ndash;a
-<code>@samp{--a}</code> <samp>`--a'</samp>
+<code>@samp{--a}</code> &lsquo;<samp>--a</samp>&rsquo;
 <code>@sc{--a}</code> <small>&ndash;A</small>
 <code>@strong{--a}</code> <strong>&ndash;a</strong>
 <code>@t{--a}</code> <tt>&ndash;a</tt>
@@ -947,14 +947,14 @@
 <code>@email{--a}</code> <a href="mailto:--a";>--a</a>
 <code>@emph{--a}</code> <em>&ndash;a</em>
 <code>@env{--a}</code> <code>--a</code>
-<code>@file{--a}</code> <tt>`--a'</tt>
+<code>@file{--a}</code> &lsquo;<tt>--a</tt>&rsquo;
 <code>@i{--a}</code> <i>&ndash;a</i>
 <code>@kbd{--a}</code> <kbd>--a</kbd>
 <code>@key{--a}</code> <kbd>&ndash;a</kbd>
 <code>@math{--a}</code> <em>&ndash;a</em>
-<code>@option{--a}</code> <samp>`--a'</samp>
+<code>@option{--a}</code> &lsquo;<samp>--a</samp>&rsquo;
 <code>@r{--a}</code> &ndash;a
-<code>@samp{--a}</code> <samp>`--a'</samp>
+<code>@samp{--a}</code> &lsquo;<samp>--a</samp>&rsquo;
 <code>@sc{--a}</code> <small>&ndash;A</small>
 <code>@strong{--a}</code> <strong>&ndash;a</strong>
 <code>@t{--a}</code> <tt>&ndash;a</tt>
@@ -1375,14 +1375,14 @@
 <code>@email{--a}</code> <a href="mailto:--a";>--a</a>
 <code>@emph{--a}</code> <em>--a</em>
 <code>@env{--a}</code> <code>--a</code>
-<code>@file{--a}</code> <tt>`--a'</tt>
+<code>@file{--a}</code> &lsquo;<tt>--a</tt>&rsquo;
 <code>@i{--a}</code> <i>--a</i>
 <code>@kbd{--a}</code> <kbd>--a</kbd>
 <code>@key{--a}</code> <kbd>--a</kbd>
 <code>@math{--a}</code> <em>--a</em>
-<code>@option{--a}</code> <samp>`--a'</samp>
+<code>@option{--a}</code> &lsquo;<samp>--a</samp>&rsquo;
 <code>@r{--a}</code> --a
-<code>@samp{--a}</code> <samp>`--a'</samp>
+<code>@samp{--a}</code> &lsquo;<samp>--a</samp>&rsquo;
 <code>@sc{--a}</code> --A
 <code>@strong{--a}</code> <strong>--a</strong>
 <code>@t{--a}</code> <tt>--a</tt>
Index: texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/complex_command_in_simple_command.html
diff -u 
texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/complex_command_in_simple_command.html:1.8 
texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/complex_command_in_simple_command.html:1.9
--- texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/complex_command_in_simple_command.html:1.8   
Sat Mar 25 13:26:47 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/complex_command_in_simple_command.html       
Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -113,7 +113,7 @@
 <a name="SEC1"></a>
 <h3 class="subheading"> In samp </h3>
 
-<p><samp>`
+<p>&lsquo;<samp>
 in code 
 </samp> </p>
 <p><samp>Table 
@@ -182,7 +182,7 @@
 
 <p><samp>After cartouche
 </samp> </p>
-<p><samp>'</samp>
+<p><samp></samp>&rsquo;
 </p>
 <a name="SEC2"></a>
 <h3 class="subheading"> in b </h3>
Index: texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting.2
diff -u texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting.2:1.22 
texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting.2:1.23
--- texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting.2:1.22     Sun Mar 26 
14:38:25 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting.2  Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -1,45 +1,49 @@
 ** `chapter2' doesn't appear in menus
+** `Top' is up for `chapter2', but has no menu entry for this node
 ** Unknown command address@hidden' (left as is) 
+** TeX requires {} 
 *** '}' without opening '{' before:  
 *** '}' without opening '{' before:  after 
 *** Unknown node in menu entry `description' (l. 11)
-** Unknown command address@hidden' (left as is) (l. 467 in mymacro)
-*** no image file for f-ile, (using f-ile.jpg) (l. 467 in mymacro)
-*** no file argument for @image (l. 467 in mymacro)
-*** no file argument for @image (l. 467 in mymacro)
-*** no image file for address@hidden:jk _" %@:}, (using address@hidden:jk _" 
%@:}.jpg) (l. 467 in mymacro)
-*** no image file for @file{f--ile}@@@., (using @file{f--ile}@@@address@hidden 
ext} address@hidden) (l. 467 in mymacro)
+** Unknown command address@hidden' (left as is) (l. 469 in mymacro)
+** TeX requires {} (l. 469 in mymacro)
+** no image file for f-ile, (using f-ile.jpg) (l. 469 in mymacro)
+*** no file argument for @image (l. 469 in mymacro)
+*** no file argument for @image (l. 469 in mymacro)
+** no image file for address@hidden:jk _" %@:}, (using address@hidden:jk _" 
%@:}.jpg) (l. 469 in mymacro)
+** no image file for @file{f--ile}@@@., (using @file{f--ile}@@@address@hidden 
ext} address@hidden) (l. 469 in mymacro)
 *** '}' without opening '{' before:  
 *** '}' without opening '{' before:  after 
 *** '{' without macro before:  
 *** '{' without macro before:  and after 
-*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 467 in mymacro)
-*** Undefined node `' in @ref (l. 467 in mymacro)
-*** Undefined node `' in @ref (l. 467 in mymacro)
-*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 467 in mymacro)
-*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 467 in mymacro)
-*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 467 in mymacro)
-*** Undefined node `' in @ref (l. 467 in mymacro)
-*** Need a node name for @inforef (l. 467 in mymacro)
-*** Need a node name for @inforef (l. 467 in mymacro)
-*** Need a node name for @inforef (l. 467 in mymacro)
-** Unknown command address@hidden' (left as is) (l. 470 in mymacro)
-*** no image file for f-ile, (using f-ile.jpg) (l. 470 in mymacro)
-*** no file argument for @image (l. 470 in mymacro)
-*** no file argument for @image (l. 470 in mymacro)
-*** no image file for address@hidden:jk _" %@:}, (using address@hidden:jk _" 
%@:}.jpg) (l. 470 in mymacro)
-*** no image file for @file{f--ile}@@@., (using @file{f--ile}@@@address@hidden 
ext} address@hidden) (l. 470 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 469 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `' in @ref (l. 469 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `' in @ref (l. 469 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 469 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 469 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 469 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `' in @ref (l. 469 in mymacro)
+*** Need a node name for @inforef (l. 469 in mymacro)
+*** Need a node name for @inforef (l. 469 in mymacro)
+*** Need a node name for @inforef (l. 469 in mymacro)
+** Unknown command address@hidden' (left as is) (l. 472 in mymacro)
+** TeX requires {} (l. 472 in mymacro)
+** no image file for f-ile, (using f-ile.jpg) (l. 472 in mymacro)
+*** no file argument for @image (l. 472 in mymacro)
+*** no file argument for @image (l. 472 in mymacro)
+** no image file for address@hidden:jk _" %@:}, (using address@hidden:jk _" 
%@:}.jpg) (l. 472 in mymacro)
+** no image file for @file{f--ile}@@@., (using @file{f--ile}@@@address@hidden 
ext} address@hidden) (l. 472 in mymacro)
 *** '}' without opening '{' before:  
 *** '}' without opening '{' before:  after 
 *** '{' without macro before:  
 *** '{' without macro before:  and after 
-*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 470 in mymacro)
-*** Undefined node `' in @ref (l. 470 in mymacro)
-*** Undefined node `' in @ref (l. 470 in mymacro)
-*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 470 in mymacro)
-*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 470 in mymacro)
-*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 470 in mymacro)
-*** Undefined node `' in @ref (l. 470 in mymacro)
-*** Need a node name for @inforef (l. 470 in mymacro)
-*** Need a node name for @inforef (l. 470 in mymacro)
-*** Need a node name for @inforef (l. 470 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 472 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `' in @ref (l. 472 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `' in @ref (l. 472 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 472 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 472 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 472 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `' in @ref (l. 472 in mymacro)
+*** Need a node name for @inforef (l. 472 in mymacro)
+*** Need a node name for @inforef (l. 472 in mymacro)
+*** Need a node name for @inforef (l. 472 in mymacro)
Index: texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting.html
diff -u texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting.html:1.52 
texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting.html:1.53
--- texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting.html:1.52  Thu Mar 30 
10:05:06 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting.html       Sat Apr  8 
11:37:02 2006
@@ -82,6 +82,8 @@
 @ordm o
 @comma ,
 
address@hidden, but without brace TeX
+
 @acronym{--a,an accronym @comma{} @enddots{}} -a
 @acronym{--a} -a
 @asis{--a} -a
@@ -568,6 +570,8 @@
 @ordm &ordm;
 @comma ,
 </p>
+<p>@TeX, but without brace TeX
+</p>
 <p><code>@acronym{--a,an accronym @comma{} @enddots{}}</code> <acronym 
title="an accronym , ....">&ndash;a</acronym> (an accronym , <small 
class="enddots">....</small>)
 <code>@acronym{--a}</code> <acronym title="an accronym , 
....">&ndash;a</acronym>
 <code>@asis{--a}</code> &ndash;a
@@ -583,14 +587,14 @@
 <code>@email{--a}</code> <a href="mailto:--a";>--a</a>
 <code>@emph{--a}</code> <em>&ndash;a</em>
 <code>@env{--a}</code> <code>--a</code>
-<code>@file{--a}</code> <tt>`--a'</tt>
+<code>@file{--a}</code> &lsquo;<tt>--a</tt>&rsquo;
 <code>@i{--a}</code> <i>&ndash;a</i>
 <code>@kbd{--a}</code> <kbd>--a</kbd>
 <code>@key{--a}</code> <kbd>&ndash;a</kbd>
 <code>@math{--a}</code> <em>&ndash;a</em>
-<code>@option{--a}</code> <samp>`--a'</samp>
+<code>@option{--a}</code> &lsquo;<samp>--a</samp>&rsquo;
 <code>@r{--a}</code> &ndash;a
-<code>@samp{--a}</code> <samp>`--a'</samp>
+<code>@samp{--a}</code> &lsquo;<samp>--a</samp>&rsquo;
 <code>@sc{--a}</code> <small>&ndash;A</small>
 <code>@strong{--a}</code> <strong>&ndash;a</strong>
 <code>@t{--a}</code> <tt>&ndash;a</tt>
@@ -769,7 +773,7 @@
 </td>
 </tr>
 <tr>
-<td align="left"> <b><b>id <samp>`i'</samp> ule</b></b><i> truc</i>
+<td align="left"> <b><b>id &lsquo;<samp>i</samp>&rsquo; ule</b></b><i> truc</i>
 </td>
 <td align="right">cmde2<a name="IDX13"></a>
 </td>
@@ -777,7 +781,7 @@
 <tr>
 <td align="left">
 </td>
-<td align="right"><b>id <samp>`i'</samp> ule</b></td>
+<td align="right"><b>id &lsquo;<samp>i</samp>&rsquo; ule</b></td>
 </tr>
 <tr>
 <td align="left">
@@ -1253,6 +1257,8 @@
 @ordm &ordm;
 @comma ,
 
address@hidden, but without brace TeX
+
 <code>@acronym{--a,an accronym @comma{} @enddots{}}</code> <acronym title="an 
accronym , ....">--a</acronym> (an accronym , ....)
 <code>@acronym{--a}</code> <acronym title="an accronym , ....">--a</acronym>
 <code>@asis{--a}</code> --a
@@ -1268,14 +1274,14 @@
 <code>@email{--a}</code> <a href="mailto:--a";>--a</a>
 <code>@emph{--a}</code> <em>--a</em>
 <code>@env{--a}</code> <code>--a</code>
-<code>@file{--a}</code> <tt>`--a'</tt>
+<code>@file{--a}</code> &lsquo;<tt>--a</tt>&rsquo;
 <code>@i{--a}</code> <i>--a</i>
 <code>@kbd{--a}</code> <kbd>--a</kbd>
 <code>@key{--a}</code> <kbd>--a</kbd>
 <code>@math{--a}</code> <em>--a</em>
-<code>@option{--a}</code> <samp>`--a'</samp>
+<code>@option{--a}</code> &lsquo;<samp>--a</samp>&rsquo;
 <code>@r{--a}</code> --a
-<code>@samp{--a}</code> <samp>`--a'</samp>
+<code>@samp{--a}</code> &lsquo;<samp>--a</samp>&rsquo;
 <code>@sc{--a}</code> --A
 <code>@strong{--a}</code> <strong>--a</strong>
 <code>@t{--a}</code> <tt>--a</tt>
@@ -1446,14 +1452,14 @@
 <td align="right">cmde<a name="IDX56"></a></td>
 </tr>
 <tr>
-<td align="left"> <b><b>id <samp>`i'</samp> ule</b></b><i> truc</i>
+<td align="left"> <b><b>id &lsquo;<samp>i</samp>&rsquo; ule</b></b><i> truc</i>
 </td>
 <td align="right">cmde2<a name="IDX57"></a></td>
 </tr>
 <tr>
 <td align="left">
 </td>
-<td align="right"><b>id <samp>`i'</samp> ule</b></td>
+<td align="right"><b>id &lsquo;<samp>i</samp>&rsquo; ule</b></td>
 </tr>
 <tr>
 <td align="left">
@@ -1991,9 +1997,9 @@
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="#IDX7"><code><var>i</var></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="#IDX50"><code><var>i</var></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="#IDX93"><code><var>i</var></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
-<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="#IDX13"><code><b>id <samp>`i'</samp> 
ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a href="#SEC_Top">Top 
section</a></td></tr>
-<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="#IDX56"><code><b>id <samp>`i'</samp> 
ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a href="#SEC_Top">Top 
section</a></td></tr>
-<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="#IDX99"><code><b>id <samp>`i'</samp> 
ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a href="#SEC_Top">Top 
section</a></td></tr>
+<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="#IDX13"><code><b>id 
&lsquo;<samp>i</samp>&rsquo; ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
+<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="#IDX56"><code><b>id 
&lsquo;<samp>i</samp>&rsquo; ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
+<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="#IDX99"><code><b>id 
&lsquo;<samp>i</samp>&rsquo; ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="#IDX12"><code><b>id 
ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a href="#SEC_Top">Top 
section</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="#IDX55"><code><b>id 
ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a href="#SEC_Top">Top 
section</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="#IDX98"><code><b>id 
ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a href="#SEC_Top">Top 
section</a></td></tr>
Index: texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting.passfirst
diff -u texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting.passfirst:1.19 
texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting.passfirst:1.20
--- texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting.passfirst:1.19     Sun Mar 
26 14:38:25 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting.passfirst  Sat Apr  8 
11:37:02 2006
@@ -10,975 +10,979 @@
 formatting.texi(,11) * chapter2:description.   Chapter 2
 formatting.texi(,12) @end menu
 formatting.texi(,13) 
-formatting.texi(,462) 
-formatting.texi(,466) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) <
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) >
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) "
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) &
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) ``simple-double--three---four----''@*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) code: @code{``simple-double--three---four----''} 
@*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) asis: @asis{``simple-double--three---four----''} 
@*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) strong: 
@strong{``simple-double--three---four----''} @*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) kbd: @kbd{``simple-double--three---four----''} @*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @cindex --option
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @cindex ``
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @findex ``
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @findex --foption
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@"u @"u 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@"@address@hidden @"{U} 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@~n @~n
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@^a @^a
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@'e @'e
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@=o @=o
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@`i @`i
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@'@{@@address@hidden@address@hidden 
@'address@hidden 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{i}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{ij}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@address@hidden@@address@hidden @address@hidden 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@address@hidden@} @l{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@,@{@@'address@hidden @m_cedilla{@'C}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{truc}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@* @*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@ followed by a space
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @ 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@ followed by a tab
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @ 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@ followed by a new line
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@-} @-
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@|} @|
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@:} @:
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@!} @!
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@?} @?
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@.} @.
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@@@} @@
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@@}} @}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@@{} @{
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@/} @/
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@#} @#
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@TeX @TeX{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@LaTeX @LaTeX{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @c @br{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@bullet @bullet{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@copyright @copyright{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@dots @dots{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@enddots @enddots{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@equiv @equiv{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@error @error{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@expansion @expansion{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@minus @minus{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@point @point{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@print @print{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@result @result{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@today @today{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@aa @aa{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@AA @AA{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@ae @ae{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@oe @oe{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@AE @AE{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@OE @OE{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@o @o{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@O @O{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@ss @ss{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@l @l{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@L @L{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@exclamdown @exclamdown{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@questiondown @questiondown{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@pounds @pounds{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@registeredsymbol @registeredsymbol{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@ordf @ordf{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@ordm @ordm{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@comma @comma{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,an accronym 
@@address@hidden@} @@address@hidden@address@hidden @acronym{--a,an accronym 
@comma{} @enddots{}}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @acronym{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @asis{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @b{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @cite{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @code{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @command{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ctrl{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dfn{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dmn{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden 
@email{--a,--b}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden @email{,--b}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @email{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @emph{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @env{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @file{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @i{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @kbd{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @key{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @math{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @option{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @r{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @samp{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @sc{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @strong{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @t{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @titlefont{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @indicateurl{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden 
@uref{--a,--b}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @uref{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden @uref{,--b}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden 
@url{--a,--b}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,@}} @url{--a,}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden @url{,--b}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @var{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden:--a:@}} @verb{:--a:}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @w{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @H{a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @H{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dotaccent{a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dotaccent{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ringaccent{a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ringaccent{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @tieaccent{a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @tieaccent{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @u{a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @u{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ubaraccent{a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ubaraccent{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @udotaccent{a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @udotaccent{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @v{a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @v{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@,@address@hidden @m_cedilla{c}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@,@address@hidden @m_cedilla{--c}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dotless{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dotless{a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden address@hidden 
@footnote{in footnote}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden address@hidden 
@footnote{in footnote2}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@image{f--ile,,e--xt}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@image{f--ile,,,,e--xt}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,,address@hidden 
@image{f--ile,,,alt}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,aze,az,alt,address@hidden 
@image{f--ile,aze,az,alt,e--xt}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,aze,,address@hidden 
@image{f-ile,aze,,a--lt}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @image{f--ile}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@image{,,e--xt}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,,address@hidden 
@image{,,,e--xt}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden:jk _" 
%@@:@},,,alt@@address@hidden:jk _" %@@:@address@hidden @address@hidden:jk _" 
%@:},,,address@hidden:jk _" %@:}}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
@code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@}@@@@@@.,aze,az,alt,@@address@hidden 
address@hidden e--xt@@@}} @address@hidden@@@.,aze,az,alt,@file{file ext} 
address@hidden
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @sp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @sp 2
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @quotation
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) a q--uotation
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end quotation
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @item i--temize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @itemize +
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @item i--tem +
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @itemize @bullet
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @item b--ullet
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @itemize @minus
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @item minu--s
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @itemize @emph
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @item e--mph item
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @itemize @emph after emph
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @item e--mph item
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @itemize @bullet a--n itemize line
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @item i--tem 1
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @item i--tem 2
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @enumerate
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @item e--numerate
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end enumerate
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @multitable @columnfractions 6 7
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @headitem mu--ltitable headitem @tab another tab
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @item mu--ltitable item @tab multitable tab
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end multitable
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @example
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) e--xample  some
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467)    text
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end example
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @smallexample
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) s--mallexample
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end smallexample
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @display 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--isplay
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end display
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @smalldisplay
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) s--malldisplay
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end smalldisplay
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @lisp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) l--isp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end lisp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @smalllisp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) s--malllisp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end smalllisp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @format
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) f--ormat
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end format
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @smallformat
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) s--mallformat
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end smallformat
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffn c--ategory d--effn_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--effn
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end deffn
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffn cate--gory de--ffn_name ar--guments @
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467)    more args @* even more so
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) def--fn
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end deffn
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467)  
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffn fset @var{i} a g
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx {cmde} truc {}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx Command {log trap} {}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx Command { log trap1} {}  
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx Command {log trap2 } {}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx cmde @b{id ule} truc
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx cmde2 @b{id @samp{i} ule} truc
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx @b{id @samp{i} ule}    
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx aaa
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx {} {}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx{} machin
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx{truc}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx{} {}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @c comment
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and } after
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and {
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and { and after
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @defvr c--ategory d--efvr_name
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--efvr
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end defvr
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deftypefn c--ategory t--ype d--eftypefn_name 
a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--eftypefn
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end deftypefn
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deftypeop c--ategory c--lass t--ype 
d--eftypeop_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--eftypeop
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end deftypeop
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deftypevr c--ategory t--ype d--eftypevr_name
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--eftypevr
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end deftypevr
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @defcv c--ategory c--lass d--efcv_name
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end defcv
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @defop c--ategory c--lass d--efop_name 
a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--efop
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end defop
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deftp c--ategory d--eftp_name a--ttributes...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--eftp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end deftp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @defun d--efun_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--efun
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end defun
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @defmac d--efmac_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--efmac
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end defmac
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @defspec d--efspec_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--efspec
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end defspec
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @defvar d--efvar_name
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--efvar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end defvar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @defopt d--efopt_name
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--efopt
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end defopt
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deftypefun t--ype d--eftypefun_name 
a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--eftypefun
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end deftypefun
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deftypevar t--ype d--eftypevar_name
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--eftypevar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end deftypevar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @defivar c--lass d--efivar_name
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--efivar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end defivar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deftypeivar c--lass t--ype d--eftypeivar_name
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--eftypeivar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end deftypeivar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @defmethod c--lass d--efmethod_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--efmethod
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end defmethod
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deftypemethod c--lass t--ype 
d--eftypemethod_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--eftypemethod
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end deftypemethod
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @xref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @ref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @pxref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{chapter, cross ref name, file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ref{chapter}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ref{node}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{,cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,title}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{,,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{node,cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{node,cross ref name,title,}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{node,,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,file name,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,file name,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{,cross ref name,title,}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{,,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{,,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{,,,file name,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{chapter, cross ref name, file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @inforef{chapter}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref address@hidden 
@inforef{chapter, cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{chapter,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{node, cross ref name, file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @inforef{node}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref address@hidden 
@inforef{node, cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{node,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name @}} 
@inforef{,cross ref name }
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{,cross ref name, file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@}ion, a 
@@address@hidden@} in cross
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) ref, a comma@@address@hidden@} in title, a 
comma@@address@hidden@} in file, a @@address@hidden@} in manual name @}}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @address@hidden, a @comma{} in cross
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) ref, a address@hidden in title, a address@hidden 
in file, a @comma{} in manual name }
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
@code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@address@hidden @address@hidden
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @table @bullet
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @item a
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) l--ine
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end table
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @vtable @asis
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @item a
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) l--ine
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end vtable
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @ftable @minus
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @item a
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) l--ine
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end ftable
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @flushleft
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) flushleft
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end flushleft
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @flushright
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) flushright
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end flushright
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @center centered line
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @verbatiminclude simplest.texi
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
+formatting.texi(,464) 
 formatting.texi(,468) 
-formatting.texi(,469) @example
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) <
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) >
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) "
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) &
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) ``simple-double--three---four----''@*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) code: @code{``simple-double--three---four----''} 
@*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) asis: @asis{``simple-double--three---four----''} 
@*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) strong: 
@strong{``simple-double--three---four----''} @*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) kbd: @kbd{``simple-double--three---four----''} @*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @cindex --option
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @cindex ``
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @findex ``
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @findex --foption
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@"u @"u 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@"@address@hidden @"{U} 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@~n @~n
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@^a @^a
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@'e @'e
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@=o @=o
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@`i @`i
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@'@{@@address@hidden@address@hidden 
@'address@hidden 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{i}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{ij}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@address@hidden@@address@hidden @address@hidden 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@address@hidden@} @l{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@,@{@@'address@hidden @m_cedilla{@'C}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{truc}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@* @*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@ followed by a space
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @ 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@ followed by a tab
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @ 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@ followed by a new line
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@-} @-
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@!} @!
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@?} @?
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@.} @.
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@@@} @@
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@@}} @}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@@{} @{
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@/} @/
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@#} @#
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@TeX @TeX{}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@copyright @copyright{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@dots @dots{}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@ae @ae{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@oe @oe{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@AE @AE{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@OE @OE{}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@L @L{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@exclamdown @exclamdown{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@questiondown @questiondown{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@pounds @pounds{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@registeredsymbol @registeredsymbol{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@ordf @ordf{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@ordm @ordm{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@comma @comma{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,an accronym 
@@address@hidden@} @@address@hidden@address@hidden @acronym{--a,an accronym 
@comma{} @enddots{}}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @acronym{--a}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden 
@email{--a,--b}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @i{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @kbd{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @key{--a}
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@footnote{in footnote}
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@footnote{in footnote2}
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@image{f--ile,,e--xt}
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@image{f--ile,,,,e--xt}
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@image{f--ile,,,alt}
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@image{f--ile,aze,az,alt,e--xt}
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@image{f-ile,aze,,a--lt}
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@image{,,e--xt}
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@image{,,,e--xt}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden:jk _" 
%@@:@},,,alt@@address@hidden:jk _" %@@:@address@hidden @address@hidden:jk _" 
%@:},,,address@hidden:jk _" %@:}}
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@code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@}@@@@@@.,aze,az,alt,@@address@hidden 
address@hidden e--xt@@@}} @address@hidden@@@.,aze,az,alt,@file{file ext} 
address@hidden
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @quotation
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @itemize +
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end itemize
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @itemize @bullet
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end itemize
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @example
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end smallexample
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end display
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @smalldisplay
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end smalldisplay
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end smalllisp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) def--fn
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @deffnx{}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and } after
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and { and after
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) d--eftypefn
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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d--eftypeop_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) d--eftypeop
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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a--rguments...
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) d--eftypefun
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end deftypefun
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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d--eftypemethod_name a--rguments...
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file name, address@hidden @xref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @ref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @pxref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{chapter, cross ref name, file name}
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@ref{,cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,title}
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@ref{,,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{node,cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{node,cross ref name,title,}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{node,,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,file name,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,file name,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{,cross ref name,title,}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{,,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{,,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{,,,file name,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
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@inforef{,cross ref name }
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in file, a @comma{} in manual name }
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
@code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@address@hidden @address@hidden
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(,502) 
-formatting.texi(,503) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) <
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) >
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) "
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) &
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) ``simple-double--three---four----''@*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) code: @code{``simple-double--three---four----''} 
@*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) asis: @asis{``simple-double--three---four----''} 
@*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) strong: 
@strong{``simple-double--three---four----''} @*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) kbd: @kbd{``simple-double--three---four----''} @*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @cindex --option
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @cindex ``
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @findex ``
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @findex --foption
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@^a @^a
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@'e @'e
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@=o @=o
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@'@{@@address@hidden@address@hidden 
@'address@hidden 
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@address@hidden@@address@hidden @address@hidden 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@address@hidden@} @l{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@,@{@@'address@hidden @m_cedilla{@'C}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{truc}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@* @*
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @ 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@ followed by a new line
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@@}} @}
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@LaTeX @LaTeX{}
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@bullet @bullet{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@copyright @copyright{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@dots @dots{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@enddots @enddots{}
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@error @error{}
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@minus @minus{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@point @point{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@print @print{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@result @result{}
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@AA @AA{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@ae @ae{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@oe @oe{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@AE @AE{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@OE @OE{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@o @o{}
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@pounds @pounds{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@registeredsymbol @registeredsymbol{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@ordf @ordf{}
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@comma @comma{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@TeX, but without brace @TeX
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,an accronym 
@@address@hidden@} @@address@hidden@address@hidden @acronym{--a,an accronym 
@comma{} @enddots{}}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @acronym{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @asis{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @b{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @cite{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @code{--a}
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden 
@email{--a,--b}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden @email{,--b}
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @emph{--a}
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @kbd{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @key{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @math{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @option{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @r{--a}
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden 
@uref{--a,--b}
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden @uref{,--b}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden 
@url{--a,--b}
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @u{--a}
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ubaraccent{--a}
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden address@hidden 
@footnote{in footnote}
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@footnote{in footnote2}
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@image{f--ile,,e--xt}
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@image{f--ile,,,,e--xt}
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@image{,,,e--xt}
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%@@:@},,,alt@@address@hidden:jk _" %@@:@address@hidden @address@hidden:jk _" 
%@:},,,address@hidden:jk _" %@:}}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
@code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@}@@@@@@.,aze,az,alt,@@address@hidden 
address@hidden e--xt@@@}} @address@hidden@@@.,aze,az,alt,@file{file ext} 
address@hidden
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @itemize +
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @item i--tem +
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @item e--mph item
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end itemize
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @item i--tem 2
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end enumerate
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end multitable
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @example
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469)    text
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end example
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end smallexample
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end display
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @smalldisplay
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end smalldisplay
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end lisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @smalllisp
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end smalllisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) f--ormat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end format
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @smallformat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) s--mallformat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end smallformat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--effn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffn cate--gory de--ffn_name ar--guments @
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469)    more args @* even more so
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) def--fn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469)  
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx Command {log trap} {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx Command { log trap1} {}  
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx Command {log trap2 } {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx cmde @b{id ule} truc
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx cmde2 @b{id @samp{i} ule} truc
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx @b{id @samp{i} ule}    
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx aaa
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx {} {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx{} machin
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx{} {bidule machin}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx{truc} machin
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx{truc} { }
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx{truc}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx{} {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx {truc} followed by a comment
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @c comment
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and }
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and } after
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and {
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and { and after
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) Various deff lines
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx {truc} after a deff item
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @c comment
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) text in def item for second def item
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx {truc} deffnx before end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defvr c--ategory d--efvr_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efvr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defvr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deftypefn c--ategory t--ype d--eftypefn_name 
a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--eftypefn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deftypefn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deftypeop c--ategory c--lass t--ype 
d--eftypeop_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--eftypeop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deftypeop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deftypevr c--ategory t--ype d--eftypevr_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--eftypevr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deftypevr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defcv c--ategory c--lass d--efcv_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efcv
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defcv
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defop c--ategory c--lass d--efop_name 
a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deftp c--ategory d--eftp_name a--ttributes...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--eftp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deftp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defun d--efun_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defmac d--efmac_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efmac
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defmac
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defspec d--efspec_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efspec
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defspec
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defvar d--efvar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efvar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defvar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defopt d--efopt_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efopt
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defopt
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deftypefun t--ype d--eftypefun_name 
a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--eftypefun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deftypefun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deftypevar t--ype d--eftypevar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--eftypevar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deftypevar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defivar c--lass d--efivar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deftypeivar c--lass t--ype d--eftypeivar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--eftypeivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deftypeivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defmethod c--lass d--efmethod_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efmethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defmethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deftypemethod c--lass t--ype 
d--eftypemethod_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--eftypemethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deftypemethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @xref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @ref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @pxref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{chapter, cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ref{chapter}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ref{node}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{,cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,title}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{,,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{node,cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{node,cross ref name,title,}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{node,,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,file name,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,file name,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{,cross ref name,title,}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{,,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{,,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{,,,file name,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{chapter, cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @inforef{chapter}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref address@hidden 
@inforef{chapter, cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{chapter,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{node, cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @inforef{node}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref address@hidden 
@inforef{node, cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{node,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name @}} 
@inforef{,cross ref name }
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{,cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@}ion, a 
@@address@hidden@} in cross
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) ref, a comma@@address@hidden@} in title, a 
comma@@address@hidden@} in file, a @@address@hidden@} in manual name @}}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @address@hidden, a @comma{} in cross
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) ref, a address@hidden in title, a address@hidden 
in file, a @comma{} in manual name }
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
@code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@address@hidden @address@hidden
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @table @bullet
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @item a
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) l--ine
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end table
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @vtable @asis
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @item a
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) l--ine
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end vtable
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @ftable @minus
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @item a
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) l--ine
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end ftable
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @flushleft
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) flushleft
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end flushleft
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @flushright
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) flushright
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end flushright
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @center centered line
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @verbatiminclude simplest.texi
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(,470) 
+formatting.texi(,471) @example
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) <
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) >
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) "
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) &
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) ``simple-double--three---four----''@*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) code: @code{``simple-double--three---four----''} 
@*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) asis: @asis{``simple-double--three---four----''} 
@*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) strong: 
@strong{``simple-double--three---four----''} @*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) kbd: @kbd{``simple-double--three---four----''} @*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @cindex --option
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @cindex ``
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @findex ``
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @findex --foption
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@"u @"u 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@"@address@hidden @"{U} 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@~n @~n
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@^a @^a
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@'e @'e
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@=o @=o
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@`i @`i
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@'@{@@address@hidden@address@hidden 
@'address@hidden 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{i}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{ij}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@address@hidden@@address@hidden @address@hidden 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@address@hidden@} @l{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@,@{@@'address@hidden @m_cedilla{@'C}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{truc}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@* @*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@ followed by a space
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @ 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@ followed by a tab
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @ 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@ followed by a new line
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@-} @-
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@|} @|
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@:} @:
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@!} @!
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@?} @?
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@.} @.
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@@@} @@
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@@}} @}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@@{} @{
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@/} @/
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@#} @#
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@TeX @TeX{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@LaTeX @LaTeX{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @c @br{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@bullet @bullet{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@copyright @copyright{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@dots @dots{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@enddots @enddots{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@equiv @equiv{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@error @error{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@expansion @expansion{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@minus @minus{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@point @point{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@print @print{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@result @result{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@today @today{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@aa @aa{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@AA @AA{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@ae @ae{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@oe @oe{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@AE @AE{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@OE @OE{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@o @o{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@O @O{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@ss @ss{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@l @l{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@L @L{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@exclamdown @exclamdown{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@questiondown @questiondown{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@pounds @pounds{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@registeredsymbol @registeredsymbol{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@ordf @ordf{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@ordm @ordm{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@comma @comma{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@TeX, but without brace @TeX
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,an accronym 
@@address@hidden@} @@address@hidden@address@hidden @acronym{--a,an accronym 
@comma{} @enddots{}}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @acronym{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @asis{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @b{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @cite{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @code{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @command{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ctrl{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dfn{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dmn{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden 
@email{--a,--b}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden @email{,--b}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @email{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @emph{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @env{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @file{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @i{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @kbd{--a}
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@uref{--a,--b}
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@url{--a,--b}
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@footnote{in footnote}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden address@hidden 
@footnote{in footnote2}
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@image{f--ile,,e--xt}
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@image{f--ile,,,,e--xt}
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@image{f--ile,,,alt}
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@image{f--ile,aze,az,alt,e--xt}
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@image{f-ile,aze,,a--lt}
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@image{,,e--xt}
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@image{,,,e--xt}
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%@@:@},,,alt@@address@hidden:jk _" %@@:@address@hidden @address@hidden:jk _" 
%@:},,,address@hidden:jk _" %@:}}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
@code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@}@@@@@@.,aze,az,alt,@@address@hidden 
address@hidden e--xt@@@}} @address@hidden@@@.,aze,az,alt,@file{file ext} 
address@hidden
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @sp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @sp 2
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @quotation
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) a q--uotation
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end quotation
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item i--temize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @itemize +
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item i--tem +
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @itemize @bullet
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item b--ullet
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @itemize @minus
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item minu--s
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @itemize @emph
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item e--mph item
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @itemize @emph after emph
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item e--mph item
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @itemize @bullet a--n itemize line
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item i--tem 1
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item i--tem 2
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @enumerate
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item e--numerate
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end enumerate
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @multitable @columnfractions 6 7
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @headitem mu--ltitable headitem @tab another tab
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item mu--ltitable item @tab multitable tab
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end multitable
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @example
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) e--xample  some
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472)    text
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end example
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @smallexample
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) s--mallexample
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end smallexample
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @display 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--isplay
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end display
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @smalldisplay
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) s--malldisplay
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end smalldisplay
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @lisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) l--isp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end lisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @smalllisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) s--malllisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end smalllisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @format
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) f--ormat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end format
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @smallformat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) s--mallformat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end smallformat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffn c--ategory d--effn_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--effn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffn cate--gory de--ffn_name ar--guments @
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472)    more args @* even more so
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) def--fn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472)  
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx Command {log trap} {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx Command { log trap1} {}  
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx Command {log trap2 } {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx cmde @b{id ule} truc
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx cmde2 @b{id @samp{i} ule} truc
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx @b{id @samp{i} ule}    
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx aaa
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx {} {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx{} machin
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx{} {bidule machin}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx{truc} machin
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx{truc} { }
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx{truc}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx{} {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx {truc} followed by a comment
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @c comment
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and } after
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and {
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and { and after
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @c comment
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx {truc} deffnx before end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defvr c--ategory d--efvr_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efvr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defvr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deftypefn c--ategory t--ype d--eftypefn_name 
a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--eftypefn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deftypefn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deftypeop c--ategory c--lass t--ype 
d--eftypeop_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--eftypeop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deftypeop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deftypevr c--ategory t--ype d--eftypevr_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--eftypevr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deftypevr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defcv c--ategory c--lass d--efcv_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efcv
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defcv
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defop c--ategory c--lass d--efop_name 
a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deftp c--ategory d--eftp_name a--ttributes...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--eftp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deftp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defun d--efun_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defmac d--efmac_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efmac
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defmac
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defspec d--efspec_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efspec
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defspec
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defvar d--efvar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efvar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defvar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defopt d--efopt_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efopt
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defopt
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deftypefun t--ype d--eftypefun_name 
a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--eftypefun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deftypefun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deftypevar t--ype d--eftypevar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--eftypevar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deftypevar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defivar c--lass d--efivar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deftypeivar c--lass t--ype d--eftypeivar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--eftypeivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deftypeivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defmethod c--lass d--efmethod_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efmethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defmethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deftypemethod c--lass t--ype 
d--eftypemethod_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--eftypemethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deftypemethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @xref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @ref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @pxref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{chapter, cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{,cross ref name}
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@ref{,,title}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{,,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{node,cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{node,cross ref name,title,}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
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@ref{chapter,,title,file name}
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@ref{chapter,,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{node,,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,file name,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,file name,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{,cross ref name,title,}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{,,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{,,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{,,,file name,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{chapter, cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @inforef{chapter}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref address@hidden 
@inforef{chapter, cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{chapter,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{node, cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @inforef{node}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref address@hidden 
@inforef{node, cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{node,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name @}} 
@inforef{,cross ref name }
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{,cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@}ion, a 
@@address@hidden@} in cross
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) ref, a comma@@address@hidden@} in title, a 
comma@@address@hidden@} in file, a @@address@hidden@} in manual name @}}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @address@hidden, a @comma{} in cross
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) ref, a address@hidden in title, a address@hidden 
in file, a @comma{} in manual name }
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
@code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@address@hidden @address@hidden
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @table @bullet
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item a
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) l--ine
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end table
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @vtable @asis
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item a
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) l--ine
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end vtable
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @ftable @minus
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item a
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) l--ine
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end ftable
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @flushleft
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) flushleft
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end flushleft
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @flushright
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) flushright
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end flushright
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @center centered line
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @verbatiminclude simplest.texi
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(,473) @end example
+formatting.texi(,474) 
+formatting.texi(,475) @cindex t--ruc
+formatting.texi(,476) @cindex T--ruc
+formatting.texi(,477) @cindex .
+formatting.texi(,478) @cindex ?
+formatting.texi(,479) @cindex a
+formatting.texi(,480) @findex t--ruc
+formatting.texi(,481) @findex T--ruc
+formatting.texi(,482) @findex .
+formatting.texi(,483) @findex ?
+formatting.texi(,484) @findex a
+formatting.texi(,485) 
+formatting.texi(,486) 
+formatting.texi(,487) cp
+formatting.texi(,488) @printindex cp
+formatting.texi(,489) 
+formatting.texi(,490) fn
+formatting.texi(,491) @printindex fn
+formatting.texi(,492) 
+formatting.texi(,493) vr
+formatting.texi(,494) @printindex vr
+formatting.texi(,495) 
+formatting.texi(,496) ky
+formatting.texi(,497) @printindex ky
+formatting.texi(,498) 
+formatting.texi(,499) pg
+formatting.texi(,500) @printindex pg
+formatting.texi(,501) 
+formatting.texi(,502) tp
+formatting.texi(,503) @printindex tp
 formatting.texi(,504) 
-formatting.texi(,505) @node chapter
-formatting.texi(,506) @chapter chapter
-formatting.texi(,507) 
-formatting.texi(,508) @footnote{in footnote}
+formatting.texi(,505) 
+formatting.texi(,506) 
+formatting.texi(,507) @node chapter
+formatting.texi(,508) @chapter chapter
 formatting.texi(,509) 
-formatting.texi(,510) @format
-formatting.texi(,511) @menu 
-formatting.texi(,512) * address@hidden:: address@hidden
-formatting.texi(,513) 
-formatting.texi(,514) Menu comment
-formatting.texi(,515) ``simple-double--three---four----''@*
-formatting.texi(,516) 
-formatting.texi(,517) @end menu
-formatting.texi(,518) @end format
-formatting.texi(,519) 
-formatting.texi(,520) @node address@hidden
-formatting.texi(,521) @section A section
-formatting.texi(,522) 
-formatting.texi(,523) @menu
-formatting.texi(,524) * subsection:: 
-formatting.texi(,525) @end menu
-formatting.texi(,526) 
-formatting.texi(,527) @node subsection
-formatting.texi(,528) @subsection subsection
-formatting.texi(,529) 
-formatting.texi(,530) @menu
-formatting.texi(,531) * subsubsection::
-formatting.texi(,532) @end menu
-formatting.texi(,533) 
-formatting.texi(,534) @anchor{anchor}
+formatting.texi(,510) @footnote{in footnote}
+formatting.texi(,511) 
+formatting.texi(,512) @format
+formatting.texi(,513) @menu 
+formatting.texi(,514) * address@hidden:: address@hidden
+formatting.texi(,515) 
+formatting.texi(,516) Menu comment
+formatting.texi(,517) ``simple-double--three---four----''@*
+formatting.texi(,518) 
+formatting.texi(,519) @end menu
+formatting.texi(,520) @end format
+formatting.texi(,521) 
+formatting.texi(,522) @node address@hidden
+formatting.texi(,523) @section A section
+formatting.texi(,524) 
+formatting.texi(,525) @menu
+formatting.texi(,526) * subsection:: 
+formatting.texi(,527) @end menu
+formatting.texi(,528) 
+formatting.texi(,529) @node subsection
+formatting.texi(,530) @subsection subsection
+formatting.texi(,531) 
+formatting.texi(,532) @menu
+formatting.texi(,533) * subsubsection::
+formatting.texi(,534) @end menu
 formatting.texi(,535) 
-formatting.texi(,536) @node subsubsection
-formatting.texi(,537) @subsubsection subsubsection
-formatting.texi(,538) 
-formatting.texi(,539) @node chapter2
-formatting.texi(,540) @chapter chapter 2
-formatting.texi(,541) 
-formatting.texi(,542) @printindex cp
-formatting.texi(,543) @printindex fn
-formatting.texi(,544) 
-formatting.texi(,545) @contents
-formatting.texi(,546) @shortcontents
+formatting.texi(,536) @anchor{anchor}
+formatting.texi(,537) 
+formatting.texi(,538) @node subsubsection
+formatting.texi(,539) @subsubsection subsubsection
+formatting.texi(,540) 
+formatting.texi(,541) @node chapter2
+formatting.texi(,542) @chapter chapter 2
+formatting.texi(,543) 
+formatting.texi(,544) @printindex cp
+formatting.texi(,545) @printindex fn
+formatting.texi(,546) 
+formatting.texi(,547) @contents
+formatting.texi(,548) @shortcontents
Index: texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting.passtexi
diff -u texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting.passtexi:1.20 
texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting.passtexi:1.21
--- texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting.passtexi:1.20      Sun Mar 
26 14:38:25 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting.passtexi   Sat Apr  8 
11:37:02 2006
@@ -10,1423 +10,1429 @@
 formatting.texi(,11) * chapter2:description.   Chapter 2
 formatting.texi(,12) @end menu
 formatting.texi(,13) 
-formatting.texi(,462) 
-formatting.texi(,463) @copying
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) <
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) >
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) "
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) &
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) ``simple-double--three---four----''@*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) code: @code{``simple-double--three---four----''} 
@*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) asis: @asis{``simple-double--three---four----''} 
@*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) strong: 
@strong{``simple-double--three---four----''} @*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) kbd: @kbd{``simple-double--three---four----''} @*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @cindex --option
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @findex ``
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @findex --foption
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@'@{@@address@hidden@address@hidden 
@'address@hidden 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{ij}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@address@hidden@@address@hidden @address@hidden 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@,@{@@'address@hidden @m_cedilla{@'C}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{truc}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@@}} @}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@@{} @{
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@/} @/
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@#} @#
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@TeX @TeX{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@LaTeX @LaTeX{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @c @br{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@bullet @bullet{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@copyright @copyright{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@dots @dots{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@enddots @enddots{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@equiv @equiv{}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@minus @minus{}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@print @print{}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@questiondown @questiondown{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@pounds @pounds{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@registeredsymbol @registeredsymbol{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@ordf @ordf{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@ordm @ordm{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@comma @comma{}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,an accronym 
@@address@hidden@} @@address@hidden@address@hidden @acronym{--a,an accronym 
@comma{} @enddots{}}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden 
@email{--a,--b}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden @email{,--b}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @email{--a}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden 
@uref{--a,--b}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden @uref{,--b}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden 
@url{--a,--b}
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@footnote{in footnote}
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@footnote{in footnote2}
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@image{f--ile,,e--xt}
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@image{f--ile,,,,e--xt}
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@image{f--ile,,,alt}
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@image{,,,e--xt}
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address@hidden
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @itemize @emph after emph
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @enumerate
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end multitable
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @example
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @smallexample
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end smallexample
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @display 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--isplay
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end display
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @smalldisplay
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) s--malldisplay
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end smalldisplay
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @lisp
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end lisp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) s--malllisp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end smalllisp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deffnx 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deffnx aaa
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deffnx {} {}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deffnx{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deffnx{} machin
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @defvr c--ategory d--efvr_name
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deftypefn c--ategory t--ype d--eftypefn_name 
a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--eftypefn
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end deftypefn
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deftypeop c--ategory c--lass t--ype 
d--eftypeop_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--eftypeop
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end deftypeop
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deftypevr c--ategory t--ype d--eftypevr_name
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--efcv
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @defop c--ategory c--lass d--efop_name 
a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--efop
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deftp c--ategory d--eftp_name a--ttributes...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--eftp
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @defun d--efun_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--efun
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @defmac d--efmac_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--efmac
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end defmac
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @defspec d--efspec_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--efspec
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--efvar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end defvar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @defopt d--efopt_name
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--efopt
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end defopt
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deftypefun t--ype d--eftypefun_name 
a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--eftypefun
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end deftypefun
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deftypevar t--ype d--eftypevar_name
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--eftypevar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end deftypevar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @defivar c--lass d--efivar_name
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--efivar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end defivar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deftypeivar c--lass t--ype d--eftypeivar_name
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--eftypeivar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end deftypeivar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @defmethod c--lass d--efmethod_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--efmethod
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end defmethod
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deftypemethod c--lass t--ype 
d--eftypemethod_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--eftypemethod
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end deftypemethod
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @xref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @ref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @pxref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{chapter, cross ref name, file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
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@ref{,cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,title}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{,,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{node,cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{node,cross ref name,title,}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{node,,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,file name,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,file name,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{,cross ref name,title,}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{,,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{,,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{,,,file name,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{chapter, cross ref name, file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @inforef{chapter}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref address@hidden 
@inforef{chapter, cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{chapter,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{node, cross ref name, file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @inforef{node}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref address@hidden 
@inforef{node, cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{node,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name @}} 
@inforef{,cross ref name }
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{,cross ref name, file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@}ion, a 
@@address@hidden@} in cross
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comma@@address@hidden@} in file, a @@address@hidden@} in manual name @}}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @address@hidden, a @comma{} in cross
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) ref, a address@hidden in title, a address@hidden 
in file, a @comma{} in manual name }
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
@code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@address@hidden @address@hidden
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @table @bullet
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @vtable @asis
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @item a
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) l--ine
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @ftable @minus
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) l--ine
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @flushleft
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) flushleft
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end flushleft
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @flushright
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) flushright
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end flushright
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @center centered line
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @verbatiminclude simplest.texi
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(,465) @end copying
-formatting.texi(,466) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) <
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) >
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) "
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) &
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) ``simple-double--three---four----''@*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) code: @code{``simple-double--three---four----''} 
@*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) asis: @asis{``simple-double--three---four----''} 
@*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) strong: 
@strong{``simple-double--three---four----''} @*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) kbd: @kbd{``simple-double--three---four----''} @*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @cindex --option
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @cindex ``
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @findex ``
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @findex --foption
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@"u @"u 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@"@address@hidden @"{U} 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@~n @~n
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@^a @^a
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@'e @'e
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@=o @=o
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@`i @`i
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@'@{@@address@hidden@address@hidden 
@'address@hidden 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{i}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@,@{@@'address@hidden @m_cedilla{@'C}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{truc}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@* @*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@ followed by a space
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@ followed by a new line
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @
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@@address@hidden@} @@address@hidden@address@hidden @acronym{--a,an accronym 
@comma{} @enddots{}}
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@email{--a,--b}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden 
@uref{--a,--b}
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@url{--a,--b}
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@footnote{in footnote}
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@footnote{in footnote2}
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@image{f--ile,,e--xt}
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@image{f--ile,,,,e--xt}
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@image{f--ile,,,alt}
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@image{f--ile,aze,az,alt,e--xt}
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@image{f-ile,aze,,a--lt}
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@image{,,e--xt}
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@image{,,,e--xt}
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%@@:@},,,alt@@address@hidden:jk _" %@@:@address@hidden @address@hidden:jk _" 
%@:},,,address@hidden:jk _" %@:}}
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@code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@}@@@@@@.,aze,az,alt,@@address@hidden 
address@hidden e--xt@@@}} @address@hidden@@@.,aze,az,alt,@file{file ext} 
address@hidden
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
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a--rguments...
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d--eftypeop_name a--rguments...
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
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a--rguments...
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a--rguments...
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end deftypefun
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
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d--eftypemethod_name a--rguments...
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file name, address@hidden @xref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
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file name, address@hidden @ref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
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file name, address@hidden @pxref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
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address@hidden @inforef{chapter, cross ref name, file name}
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@ref{,cross ref name}
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@ref{,,title}
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@ref{,,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,file name}
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) >
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) &
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) ``simple-double--three---four----''@*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) code: @code{``simple-double--three---four----''} 
@*
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@*
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@strong{``simple-double--three---four----''} @*
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
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@'address@hidden 
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@comma{} @enddots{}}
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @example
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) e--xample  some
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466)    text
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end example
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @smallexample
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) s--mallexample
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end smallexample
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @display 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) d--isplay
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end display
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @smalldisplay
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) s--malldisplay
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end smalldisplay
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @lisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) l--isp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end lisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @smalllisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) s--malllisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end smalllisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @format
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) f--ormat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end format
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @smallformat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) s--mallformat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end smallformat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deffn c--ategory d--effn_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) d--effn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deffn cate--gory de--ffn_name ar--guments @
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466)    more args @* even more so
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) def--fn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466)  
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deffn fset @var{i} a g
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deffnx {cmde} truc {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deffnx Command {log trap} {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deffnx Command { log trap1} {}  
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deffnx Command {log trap2 } {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deffnx cmde @b{id ule} truc
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deffnx cmde2 @b{id @samp{i} ule} truc
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deffnx @b{id @samp{i} ule}    
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deffnx 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deffnx aaa
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deffnx {} {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deffnx{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deffnx{} machin
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deffnx{} {bidule machin}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deffnx{truc} machin
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deffnx{truc} { }
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deffnx{truc}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deffnx{} {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deffnx {truc} followed by a comment
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @c comment
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and }
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and } after
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and {
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and { and after
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) Various deff lines
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deffnx {truc} after a deff item
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @c comment
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) text in def item for second def item
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deffnx {truc} deffnx before end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @defvr c--ategory d--efvr_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) d--efvr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end defvr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deftypefn c--ategory t--ype d--eftypefn_name 
a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) d--eftypefn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end deftypefn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deftypeop c--ategory c--lass t--ype 
d--eftypeop_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) d--eftypeop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end deftypeop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deftypevr c--ategory t--ype d--eftypevr_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) d--eftypevr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end deftypevr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @defcv c--ategory c--lass d--efcv_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) d--efcv
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end defcv
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @defop c--ategory c--lass d--efop_name 
a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) d--efop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end defop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deftp c--ategory d--eftp_name a--ttributes...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) d--eftp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end deftp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @defun d--efun_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) d--efun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end defun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @defmac d--efmac_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) d--efmac
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end defmac
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @defspec d--efspec_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) d--efspec
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end defspec
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @defvar d--efvar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) d--efvar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end defvar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @defopt d--efopt_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) d--efopt
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end defopt
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deftypefun t--ype d--eftypefun_name 
a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) d--eftypefun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end deftypefun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deftypevar t--ype d--eftypevar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) d--eftypevar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end deftypevar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @defivar c--lass d--efivar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) d--efivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end defivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deftypeivar c--lass t--ype d--eftypeivar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) d--eftypeivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end deftypeivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @defmethod c--lass d--efmethod_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) d--efmethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end defmethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @deftypemethod c--lass t--ype 
d--eftypemethod_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) d--eftypemethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end deftypemethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @xref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @ref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @pxref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{chapter, cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ref{chapter}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ref{node}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{,cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,title}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{,,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{node,cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{node,cross ref name,title,}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{node,,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,file name,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,file name,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{,cross ref name,title,}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{,,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{,,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{,,,file name,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{chapter, cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @inforef{chapter}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref address@hidden 
@inforef{chapter, cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{chapter,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{node, cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @inforef{node}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref address@hidden 
@inforef{node, cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{node,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name @}} 
@inforef{,cross ref name }
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{,cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@}ion, a 
@@address@hidden@} in cross
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) ref, a comma@@address@hidden@} in title, a 
comma@@address@hidden@} in file, a @@address@hidden@} in manual name @}}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @address@hidden, a @comma{} in cross
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) ref, a address@hidden in title, a address@hidden 
in file, a @comma{} in manual name }
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
@code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@address@hidden @address@hidden
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @table @bullet
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @item a
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) l--ine
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end table
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @vtable @asis
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @item a
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) l--ine
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end vtable
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @ftable @minus
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @item a
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) l--ine
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end ftable
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @flushleft
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) flushleft
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end flushleft
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @flushright
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) flushright
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @end flushright
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @center centered line
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) @verbatiminclude simplest.texi
+formatting.texi(mymacro,466) 
+formatting.texi(,467) @end copying
 formatting.texi(,468) 
-formatting.texi(,469) @example
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) <
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) >
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) "
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) &
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) ``simple-double--three---four----''@*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) code: @code{``simple-double--three---four----''} 
@*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) asis: @asis{``simple-double--three---four----''} 
@*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) strong: 
@strong{``simple-double--three---four----''} @*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) kbd: @kbd{``simple-double--three---four----''} @*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @cindex --option
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @cindex ``
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @findex ``
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @findex --foption
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@"u @"u 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@"@address@hidden @"{U} 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@~n @~n
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@^a @^a
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@'e @'e
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@=o @=o
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@`i @`i
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@'@{@@address@hidden@address@hidden 
@'address@hidden 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{i}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{ij}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@address@hidden@@address@hidden @address@hidden 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@address@hidden@} @l{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@,@{@@'address@hidden @m_cedilla{@'C}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{truc}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@* @*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@ followed by a space
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @ 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@ followed by a tab
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @ 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@ followed by a new line
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@-} @-
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@|} @|
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@:} @:
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@!} @!
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@?} @?
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@.} @.
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@@@} @@
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@@}} @}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@@{} @{
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@/} @/
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@#} @#
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@TeX @TeX{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@LaTeX @LaTeX{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @c @br{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@bullet @bullet{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@copyright @copyright{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@dots @dots{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@enddots @enddots{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@equiv @equiv{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@error @error{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@expansion @expansion{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@minus @minus{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@point @point{}
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@comma{} @enddots{}}
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@url{--a,--b}
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@footnote{in footnote}
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@footnote{in footnote2}
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@image{f--ile,,e--xt}
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@image{f--ile,,,,e--xt}
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@image{f--ile,,,alt}
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@image{f--ile,aze,az,alt,e--xt}
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@image{f-ile,aze,,a--lt}
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@image{,,e--xt}
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@image{,,,e--xt}
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%@@:@},,,alt@@address@hidden:jk _" %@@:@address@hidden @address@hidden:jk _" 
%@:},,,address@hidden:jk _" %@:}}
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@code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@}@@@@@@.,aze,az,alt,@@address@hidden 
address@hidden e--xt@@@}} @address@hidden@@@.,aze,az,alt,@file{file ext} 
address@hidden
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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a--rguments...
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d--eftypeop_name a--rguments...
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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a--rguments...
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a--rguments...
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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d--eftypemethod_name a--rguments...
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file name, address@hidden @xref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
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file name, address@hidden @ref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
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file name, address@hidden @pxref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
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address@hidden @inforef{chapter, cross ref name, file name}
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@ref{,cross ref name}
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@ref{,,title}
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@ref{,,,file name}
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@ref{,,,,manual}
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@ref{chapter,cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title}
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@ref{chapter,,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,,manual}
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@ref{node,cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,,manual}
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@ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,}
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address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,,manual}
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@ref{node,cross ref name,title,}
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @headitem mu--ltitable headitem @tab another tab
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @item mu--ltitable item @tab multitable tab
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end multitable
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @example
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) e--xample  some
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469)    text
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end example
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @smallexample
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) s--mallexample
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end smallexample
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @display 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--isplay
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end display
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @smalldisplay
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) s--malldisplay
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end smalldisplay
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @lisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) l--isp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end lisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @smalllisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) s--malllisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end smalllisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @format
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) f--ormat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end format
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @smallformat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) s--mallformat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end smallformat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffn c--ategory d--effn_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--effn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffn cate--gory de--ffn_name ar--guments @
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469)    more args @* even more so
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) def--fn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469)  
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffn fset @var{i} a g
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx {cmde} truc {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx Command {log trap} {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx Command { log trap1} {}  
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx Command {log trap2 } {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx cmde @b{id ule} truc
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx cmde2 @b{id @samp{i} ule} truc
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx @b{id @samp{i} ule}    
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx aaa
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx {} {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx{} machin
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx{} {bidule machin}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx{truc} machin
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx{truc} { }
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx{truc}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx{} {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx {truc} followed by a comment
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @c comment
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and }
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and } after
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and {
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and { and after
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) Various deff lines
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx {truc} after a deff item
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @c comment
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) text in def item for second def item
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx {truc} deffnx before end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defvr c--ategory d--efvr_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efvr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defvr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deftypefn c--ategory t--ype d--eftypefn_name 
a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--eftypefn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deftypefn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deftypeop c--ategory c--lass t--ype 
d--eftypeop_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--eftypeop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deftypeop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deftypevr c--ategory t--ype d--eftypevr_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--eftypevr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deftypevr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defcv c--ategory c--lass d--efcv_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efcv
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defcv
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defop c--ategory c--lass d--efop_name 
a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deftp c--ategory d--eftp_name a--ttributes...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--eftp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deftp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defun d--efun_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defmac d--efmac_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efmac
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defmac
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defspec d--efspec_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efspec
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defspec
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defvar d--efvar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efvar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defvar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defopt d--efopt_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efopt
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defopt
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deftypefun t--ype d--eftypefun_name 
a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--eftypefun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deftypefun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deftypevar t--ype d--eftypevar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--eftypevar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deftypevar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defivar c--lass d--efivar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deftypeivar c--lass t--ype d--eftypeivar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--eftypeivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deftypeivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defmethod c--lass d--efmethod_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efmethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defmethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deftypemethod c--lass t--ype 
d--eftypemethod_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--eftypemethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deftypemethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @xref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @ref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @pxref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{chapter, cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ref{chapter}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ref{node}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{,cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,title}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{,,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{node,cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{node,cross ref name,title,}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{node,,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,file name,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,file name,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{,cross ref name,title,}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{,,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{,,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{,,,file name,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{chapter, cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @inforef{chapter}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref address@hidden 
@inforef{chapter, cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{chapter,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{node, cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @inforef{node}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref address@hidden 
@inforef{node, cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{node,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name @}} 
@inforef{,cross ref name }
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{,cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@}ion, a 
@@address@hidden@} in cross
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) ref, a comma@@address@hidden@} in title, a 
comma@@address@hidden@} in file, a @@address@hidden@} in manual name @}}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @address@hidden, a @comma{} in cross
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) ref, a address@hidden in title, a address@hidden 
in file, a @comma{} in manual name }
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
@code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@address@hidden @address@hidden
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @table @bullet
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @item a
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) l--ine
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end table
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @vtable @asis
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @item a
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) l--ine
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end vtable
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @ftable @minus
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @item a
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) l--ine
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end ftable
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @flushleft
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) flushleft
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end flushleft
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @flushright
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) flushright
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end flushright
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @center centered line
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @verbatiminclude simplest.texi
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(,470) 
+formatting.texi(,471) @example
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) <
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) >
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) "
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) &
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) ``simple-double--three---four----''@*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) code: @code{``simple-double--three---four----''} 
@*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) asis: @asis{``simple-double--three---four----''} 
@*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) strong: 
@strong{``simple-double--three---four----''} @*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) kbd: @kbd{``simple-double--three---four----''} @*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @cindex --option
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @cindex ``
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @findex ``
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @findex --foption
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@"u @"u 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@"@address@hidden @"{U} 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@~n @~n
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@^a @^a
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@'e @'e
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@=o @=o
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@`i @`i
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@'@{@@address@hidden@address@hidden 
@'address@hidden 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{i}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{ij}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@address@hidden@@address@hidden @address@hidden 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@address@hidden@} @l{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@,@{@@'address@hidden @m_cedilla{@'C}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{truc}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@* @*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@ followed by a space
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @ 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@ followed by a tab
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @ 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@ followed by a new line
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@-} @-
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@|} @|
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@:} @:
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@!} @!
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@?} @?
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@.} @.
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@@@} @@
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@@}} @}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@@{} @{
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@/} @/
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@#} @#
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@TeX @TeX{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@LaTeX @LaTeX{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @c @br{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@bullet @bullet{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@copyright @copyright{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@dots @dots{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@enddots @enddots{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@equiv @equiv{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@error @error{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@expansion @expansion{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@minus @minus{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@point @point{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@print @print{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@result @result{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@today @today{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@aa @aa{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@AA @AA{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@ae @ae{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@oe @oe{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@AE @AE{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@OE @OE{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@o @o{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@O @O{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@ss @ss{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@l @l{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@L @L{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@exclamdown @exclamdown{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@questiondown @questiondown{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@pounds @pounds{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@registeredsymbol @registeredsymbol{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@ordf @ordf{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@ordm @ordm{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@comma @comma{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@TeX, but without brace @TeX
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,an accronym 
@@address@hidden@} @@address@hidden@address@hidden @acronym{--a,an accronym 
@comma{} @enddots{}}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @acronym{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @asis{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @b{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @cite{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @code{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @command{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ctrl{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dfn{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dmn{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden 
@email{--a,--b}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden @email{,--b}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @email{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @emph{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @env{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @file{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @i{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @kbd{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @key{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @math{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @option{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @r{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @samp{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @sc{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @strong{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @t{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @titlefont{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @indicateurl{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden 
@uref{--a,--b}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @uref{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden @uref{,--b}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden 
@url{--a,--b}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,@}} @url{--a,}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden @url{,--b}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @var{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden:--a:@}} @verb{:--a:}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @w{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @H{a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @H{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dotaccent{a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dotaccent{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ringaccent{a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ringaccent{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @tieaccent{a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @tieaccent{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @u{a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @u{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ubaraccent{a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ubaraccent{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @udotaccent{a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @udotaccent{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @v{a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @v{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@,@address@hidden @m_cedilla{c}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@,@address@hidden @m_cedilla{--c}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dotless{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dotless{a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden address@hidden 
@footnote{in footnote}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden address@hidden 
@footnote{in footnote2}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@image{f--ile,,e--xt}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@image{f--ile,,,,e--xt}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,address@hidden 
@image{f--ile,,,alt}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,aze,az,alt,address@hidden 
@image{f--ile,aze,az,alt,e--xt}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,aze,,address@hidden 
@image{f-ile,aze,,a--lt}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @image{f--ile}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@image{,,e--xt}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,address@hidden 
@image{,,,e--xt}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden:jk _" 
%@@:@},,,alt@@address@hidden:jk _" %@@:@address@hidden @address@hidden:jk _" 
%@:},,,address@hidden:jk _" %@:}}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
@code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@}@@@@@@.,aze,az,alt,@@address@hidden 
address@hidden e--xt@@@}} @address@hidden@@@.,aze,az,alt,@file{file ext} 
address@hidden
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @sp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @sp 2
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @quotation
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) a q--uotation
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end quotation
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item i--temize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @itemize +
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item i--tem +
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @itemize @bullet
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item b--ullet
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @itemize @minus
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item minu--s
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @itemize @emph
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item e--mph item
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @itemize @emph after emph
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item e--mph item
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @itemize @bullet a--n itemize line
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item i--tem 1
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item i--tem 2
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @enumerate
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item e--numerate
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end enumerate
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @multitable @columnfractions 6 7
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @headitem mu--ltitable headitem @tab another tab
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item mu--ltitable item @tab multitable tab
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end multitable
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @example
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) e--xample  some
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472)    text
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end example
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @smallexample
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) s--mallexample
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end smallexample
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @display 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--isplay
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end display
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @smalldisplay
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) s--malldisplay
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end smalldisplay
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @lisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) l--isp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end lisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @smalllisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) s--malllisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end smalllisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @format
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) f--ormat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end format
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @smallformat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) s--mallformat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end smallformat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffn c--ategory d--effn_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--effn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffn cate--gory de--ffn_name ar--guments @
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472)    more args @* even more so
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) def--fn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472)  
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffn fset @var{i} a g
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx {cmde} truc {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx Command {log trap} {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx Command { log trap1} {}  
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx Command {log trap2 } {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx cmde @b{id ule} truc
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx cmde2 @b{id @samp{i} ule} truc
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx @b{id @samp{i} ule}    
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx aaa
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx {} {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx{} machin
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx{} {bidule machin}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx{truc} machin
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx{truc} { }
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx{truc}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx{} {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx {truc} followed by a comment
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @c comment
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and }
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and } after
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and {
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and { and after
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) Various deff lines
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx {truc} after a deff item
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @c comment
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) text in def item for second def item
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx {truc} deffnx before end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defvr c--ategory d--efvr_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efvr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defvr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deftypefn c--ategory t--ype d--eftypefn_name 
a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--eftypefn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deftypefn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deftypeop c--ategory c--lass t--ype 
d--eftypeop_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--eftypeop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deftypeop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deftypevr c--ategory t--ype d--eftypevr_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--eftypevr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deftypevr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defcv c--ategory c--lass d--efcv_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efcv
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defcv
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defop c--ategory c--lass d--efop_name 
a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deftp c--ategory d--eftp_name a--ttributes...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--eftp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deftp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defun d--efun_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defmac d--efmac_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efmac
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defmac
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defspec d--efspec_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efspec
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defspec
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defvar d--efvar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efvar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defvar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defopt d--efopt_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efopt
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defopt
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deftypefun t--ype d--eftypefun_name 
a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--eftypefun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deftypefun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deftypevar t--ype d--eftypevar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--eftypevar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deftypevar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defivar c--lass d--efivar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deftypeivar c--lass t--ype d--eftypeivar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--eftypeivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deftypeivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defmethod c--lass d--efmethod_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efmethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defmethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deftypemethod c--lass t--ype 
d--eftypemethod_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--eftypemethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deftypemethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @xref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @ref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @pxref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{chapter, cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ref{chapter}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ref{node}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{,cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,title}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{,,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{node,cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{node,cross ref name,title,}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{node,,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,file name,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,file name,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{,cross ref name,title,}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{,,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{,,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{,,,file name,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{chapter, cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @inforef{chapter}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref address@hidden 
@inforef{chapter, cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{chapter,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{node, cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @inforef{node}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref address@hidden 
@inforef{node, cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{node,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name @}} 
@inforef{,cross ref name }
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{,cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@}ion, a 
@@address@hidden@} in cross
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) ref, a comma@@address@hidden@} in title, a 
comma@@address@hidden@} in file, a @@address@hidden@} in manual name @}}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @address@hidden, a @comma{} in cross
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) ref, a address@hidden in title, a address@hidden 
in file, a @comma{} in manual name }
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
@code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@address@hidden @address@hidden
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @table @bullet
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item a
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) l--ine
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end table
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @vtable @asis
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item a
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) l--ine
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end vtable
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @ftable @minus
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item a
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) l--ine
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end ftable
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @flushleft
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) flushleft
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end flushleft
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @flushright
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) flushright
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end flushright
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @center centered line
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @verbatiminclude simplest.texi
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(,473) @end example
+formatting.texi(,474) 
+formatting.texi(,475) @cindex t--ruc
+formatting.texi(,476) @cindex T--ruc
+formatting.texi(,477) @cindex .
+formatting.texi(,478) @cindex ?
+formatting.texi(,479) @cindex a
+formatting.texi(,480) @findex t--ruc
+formatting.texi(,481) @findex T--ruc
+formatting.texi(,482) @findex .
+formatting.texi(,483) @findex ?
+formatting.texi(,484) @findex a
+formatting.texi(,485) 
+formatting.texi(,486) 
+formatting.texi(,487) cp
+formatting.texi(,488) @printindex cp
+formatting.texi(,489) 
+formatting.texi(,490) fn
+formatting.texi(,491) @printindex fn
+formatting.texi(,492) 
+formatting.texi(,493) vr
+formatting.texi(,494) @printindex vr
+formatting.texi(,495) 
+formatting.texi(,496) ky
+formatting.texi(,497) @printindex ky
+formatting.texi(,498) 
+formatting.texi(,499) pg
+formatting.texi(,500) @printindex pg
+formatting.texi(,501) 
+formatting.texi(,502) tp
+formatting.texi(,503) @printindex tp
 formatting.texi(,504) 
-formatting.texi(,505) @node chapter
-formatting.texi(,506) @chapter chapter
-formatting.texi(,507) 
-formatting.texi(,508) @footnote{in footnote}
+formatting.texi(,505) 
+formatting.texi(,506) 
+formatting.texi(,507) @node chapter
+formatting.texi(,508) @chapter chapter
 formatting.texi(,509) 
-formatting.texi(,510) @format
-formatting.texi(,511) @menu 
-formatting.texi(,512) * address@hidden:: address@hidden
-formatting.texi(,513) 
-formatting.texi(,514) Menu comment
-formatting.texi(,515) ``simple-double--three---four----''@*
-formatting.texi(,516) 
-formatting.texi(,517) @end menu
-formatting.texi(,518) @end format
-formatting.texi(,519) 
-formatting.texi(,520) @node address@hidden
-formatting.texi(,521) @section A section
-formatting.texi(,522) 
-formatting.texi(,523) @menu
-formatting.texi(,524) * subsection:: 
-formatting.texi(,525) @end menu
-formatting.texi(,526) 
-formatting.texi(,527) @node subsection
-formatting.texi(,528) @subsection subsection
-formatting.texi(,529) 
-formatting.texi(,530) @menu
-formatting.texi(,531) * subsubsection::
-formatting.texi(,532) @end menu
-formatting.texi(,533) 
-formatting.texi(,534) @anchor{anchor}
+formatting.texi(,510) @footnote{in footnote}
+formatting.texi(,511) 
+formatting.texi(,512) @format
+formatting.texi(,513) @menu 
+formatting.texi(,514) * address@hidden:: address@hidden
+formatting.texi(,515) 
+formatting.texi(,516) Menu comment
+formatting.texi(,517) ``simple-double--three---four----''@*
+formatting.texi(,518) 
+formatting.texi(,519) @end menu
+formatting.texi(,520) @end format
+formatting.texi(,521) 
+formatting.texi(,522) @node address@hidden
+formatting.texi(,523) @section A section
+formatting.texi(,524) 
+formatting.texi(,525) @menu
+formatting.texi(,526) * subsection:: 
+formatting.texi(,527) @end menu
+formatting.texi(,528) 
+formatting.texi(,529) @node subsection
+formatting.texi(,530) @subsection subsection
+formatting.texi(,531) 
+formatting.texi(,532) @menu
+formatting.texi(,533) * subsubsection::
+formatting.texi(,534) @end menu
 formatting.texi(,535) 
-formatting.texi(,536) @node subsubsection
-formatting.texi(,537) @subsubsection subsubsection
-formatting.texi(,538) 
-formatting.texi(,539) @node chapter2
-formatting.texi(,540) @chapter chapter 2
-formatting.texi(,541) 
-formatting.texi(,542) @printindex cp
-formatting.texi(,543) @printindex fn
-formatting.texi(,544) 
-formatting.texi(,545) @contents
-formatting.texi(,546) @shortcontents
+formatting.texi(,536) @anchor{anchor}
+formatting.texi(,537) 
+formatting.texi(,538) @node subsubsection
+formatting.texi(,539) @subsubsection subsubsection
+formatting.texi(,540) 
+formatting.texi(,541) @node chapter2
+formatting.texi(,542) @chapter chapter 2
+formatting.texi(,543) 
+formatting.texi(,544) @printindex cp
+formatting.texi(,545) @printindex fn
+formatting.texi(,546) 
+formatting.texi(,547) @contents
+formatting.texi(,548) @shortcontents
Index: texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_1.html
diff -u texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_1.html:1.32 
texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_1.html:1.33
--- texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_1.html:1.32        Sun Mar 
26 14:38:25 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_1.html     Sat Apr  8 
11:37:02 2006
@@ -82,6 +82,8 @@
 @ordm o
 @comma ,
 
address@hidden, but without brace TeX
+
 @acronym{--a,an accronym @comma{} @enddots{}} -a
 @acronym{--a} -a
 @asis{--a} -a
Index: texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_2.html
diff -u texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_2.html:1.30 
texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_2.html:1.31
--- texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_2.html:1.30        Sun Mar 
26 14:38:25 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_2.html     Sat Apr  8 
11:37:02 2006
@@ -82,6 +82,8 @@
 @ordm o
 @comma ,
 
address@hidden, but without brace TeX
+
 @acronym{--a,an accronym @comma{} @enddots{}} -a
 @acronym{--a} -a
 @asis{--a} -a
Index: texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_3.html
diff -u texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_3.html:1.33 
texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_3.html:1.34
--- texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_3.html:1.33        Sun Mar 
26 14:38:25 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_3.html     Sat Apr  8 
11:37:02 2006
@@ -82,6 +82,8 @@
 @ordm o
 @comma ,
 
address@hidden, but without brace TeX
+
 @acronym{--a,an accronym @comma{} @enddots{}} -a
 @acronym{--a} -a
 @asis{--a} -a
@@ -644,9 +646,9 @@
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="exotic_formatting.html#IDX7"><code><var>i</var></code></a></td><td 
valign="top"><a href="exotic_formatting.html#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="exotic_formatting.html#IDX50"><code><var>i</var></code></a></td><td 
valign="top"><a href="exotic_formatting.html#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="exotic_formatting.html#IDX93"><code><var>i</var></code></a></td><td 
valign="top"><a href="exotic_formatting.html#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
-<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="exotic_formatting.html#IDX13"><code><b>id <samp>`i'</samp> 
ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="exotic_formatting.html#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
-<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="exotic_formatting.html#IDX56"><code><b>id <samp>`i'</samp> 
ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="exotic_formatting.html#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
-<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="exotic_formatting.html#IDX99"><code><b>id <samp>`i'</samp> 
ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="exotic_formatting.html#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
+<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="exotic_formatting.html#IDX13"><code><b>id &lsquo;<samp>i</samp>&rsquo; 
ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="exotic_formatting.html#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
+<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="exotic_formatting.html#IDX56"><code><b>id &lsquo;<samp>i</samp>&rsquo; 
ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="exotic_formatting.html#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
+<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="exotic_formatting.html#IDX99"><code><b>id &lsquo;<samp>i</samp>&rsquo; 
ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="exotic_formatting.html#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="exotic_formatting.html#IDX12"><code><b>id ule</b></code></a></td><td 
valign="top"><a href="exotic_formatting.html#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="exotic_formatting.html#IDX55"><code><b>id ule</b></code></a></td><td 
valign="top"><a href="exotic_formatting.html#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="exotic_formatting.html#IDX98"><code><b>id ule</b></code></a></td><td 
valign="top"><a href="exotic_formatting.html#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
Index: texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_abt.html
diff -u texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_abt.html:1.27 
texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_abt.html:1.28
--- texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_abt.html:1.27      Sun Mar 
26 14:38:25 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_abt.html   Sat Apr  8 
11:37:02 2006
@@ -82,6 +82,8 @@
 @ordm o
 @comma ,
 
address@hidden, but without brace TeX
+
 @acronym{--a,an accronym @comma{} @enddots{}} -a
 @acronym{--a} -a
 @asis{--a} -a
Index: texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_fot.html
diff -u texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_fot.html:1.27 
texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_fot.html:1.28
--- texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_fot.html:1.27      Sun Mar 
26 14:38:25 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_fot.html   Sat Apr  8 
11:37:02 2006
@@ -82,6 +82,8 @@
 @ordm o
 @comma ,
 
address@hidden, but without brace TeX
+
 @acronym{--a,an accronym @comma{} @enddots{}} -a
 @acronym{--a} -a
 @asis{--a} -a
Index: texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_ovr.html
diff -u texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_ovr.html:1.27 
texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_ovr.html:1.28
--- texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_ovr.html:1.27      Sun Mar 
26 14:38:25 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_ovr.html   Sat Apr  8 
11:37:02 2006
@@ -82,6 +82,8 @@
 @ordm o
 @comma ,
 
address@hidden, but without brace TeX
+
 @acronym{--a,an accronym @comma{} @enddots{}} -a
 @acronym{--a} -a
 @asis{--a} -a
Index: texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_toc.html
diff -u texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_toc.html:1.27 
texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_toc.html:1.28
--- texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_toc.html:1.27      Sun Mar 
26 14:38:25 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/exotic_formatting_toc.html   Sat Apr  8 
11:37:02 2006
@@ -82,6 +82,8 @@
 @ordm o
 @comma ,
 
address@hidden, but without brace TeX
+
 @acronym{--a,an accronym @comma{} @enddots{}} -a
 @acronym{--a} -a
 @asis{--a} -a
Index: texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/formatting.2
diff -u texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/formatting.2:1.22 
texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/formatting.2:1.23
--- texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/formatting.2:1.22    Sun Mar 26 14:38:25 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/formatting.2 Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -1,45 +1,49 @@
 ** `chapter2' doesn't appear in menus
+** `Top' is up for `chapter2', but has no menu entry for this node
 ** Unknown command address@hidden' (left as is) 
+** TeX requires {} 
 *** '}' without opening '{' before:  
 *** '}' without opening '{' before:  after 
 *** Unknown node in menu entry `description' (l. 11)
-** Unknown command address@hidden' (left as is) (l. 467 in mymacro)
-*** no image file for f-ile, (using f-ile.jpg) (l. 467 in mymacro)
-*** no file argument for @image (l. 467 in mymacro)
-*** no file argument for @image (l. 467 in mymacro)
-*** no image file for address@hidden:jk _" %@:}, (using address@hidden:jk _" 
%@:}.jpg) (l. 467 in mymacro)
-*** no image file for @file{f--ile}@@@., (using @file{f--ile}@@@address@hidden 
ext} address@hidden) (l. 467 in mymacro)
+** Unknown command address@hidden' (left as is) (l. 469 in mymacro)
+** TeX requires {} (l. 469 in mymacro)
+** no image file for f-ile, (using f-ile.jpg) (l. 469 in mymacro)
+*** no file argument for @image (l. 469 in mymacro)
+*** no file argument for @image (l. 469 in mymacro)
+** no image file for address@hidden:jk _" %@:}, (using address@hidden:jk _" 
%@:}.jpg) (l. 469 in mymacro)
+** no image file for @file{f--ile}@@@., (using @file{f--ile}@@@address@hidden 
ext} address@hidden) (l. 469 in mymacro)
 *** '}' without opening '{' before:  
 *** '}' without opening '{' before:  after 
 *** '{' without macro before:  
 *** '{' without macro before:  and after 
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-*** Undefined node `' in @ref (l. 467 in mymacro)
-*** Undefined node `' in @ref (l. 467 in mymacro)
-*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 467 in mymacro)
-*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 467 in mymacro)
-*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 467 in mymacro)
-*** Undefined node `' in @ref (l. 467 in mymacro)
-*** Need a node name for @inforef (l. 467 in mymacro)
-*** Need a node name for @inforef (l. 467 in mymacro)
-*** Need a node name for @inforef (l. 467 in mymacro)
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-*** no image file for f-ile, (using f-ile.jpg) (l. 470 in mymacro)
-*** no file argument for @image (l. 470 in mymacro)
-*** no file argument for @image (l. 470 in mymacro)
-*** no image file for address@hidden:jk _" %@:}, (using address@hidden:jk _" 
%@:}.jpg) (l. 470 in mymacro)
-*** no image file for @file{f--ile}@@@., (using @file{f--ile}@@@address@hidden 
ext} address@hidden) (l. 470 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 469 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `' in @ref (l. 469 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `' in @ref (l. 469 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 469 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 469 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 469 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `' in @ref (l. 469 in mymacro)
+*** Need a node name for @inforef (l. 469 in mymacro)
+*** Need a node name for @inforef (l. 469 in mymacro)
+*** Need a node name for @inforef (l. 469 in mymacro)
+** Unknown command address@hidden' (left as is) (l. 472 in mymacro)
+** TeX requires {} (l. 472 in mymacro)
+** no image file for f-ile, (using f-ile.jpg) (l. 472 in mymacro)
+*** no file argument for @image (l. 472 in mymacro)
+*** no file argument for @image (l. 472 in mymacro)
+** no image file for address@hidden:jk _" %@:}, (using address@hidden:jk _" 
%@:}.jpg) (l. 472 in mymacro)
+** no image file for @file{f--ile}@@@., (using @file{f--ile}@@@address@hidden 
ext} address@hidden) (l. 472 in mymacro)
 *** '}' without opening '{' before:  
 *** '}' without opening '{' before:  after 
 *** '{' without macro before:  
 *** '{' without macro before:  and after 
-*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 470 in mymacro)
-*** Undefined node `' in @ref (l. 470 in mymacro)
-*** Undefined node `' in @ref (l. 470 in mymacro)
-*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 470 in mymacro)
-*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 470 in mymacro)
-*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 470 in mymacro)
-*** Undefined node `' in @ref (l. 470 in mymacro)
-*** Need a node name for @inforef (l. 470 in mymacro)
-*** Need a node name for @inforef (l. 470 in mymacro)
-*** Need a node name for @inforef (l. 470 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 472 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `' in @ref (l. 472 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `' in @ref (l. 472 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 472 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 472 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `node' in @ref (l. 472 in mymacro)
+*** Undefined node `' in @ref (l. 472 in mymacro)
+*** Need a node name for @inforef (l. 472 in mymacro)
+*** Need a node name for @inforef (l. 472 in mymacro)
+*** Need a node name for @inforef (l. 472 in mymacro)
Index: texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/formatting.html
diff -u texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/formatting.html:1.52 
texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/formatting.html:1.53
--- texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/formatting.html:1.52 Thu Mar 30 10:05:06 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/formatting.html      Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -82,6 +82,8 @@
 @ordm o
 @comma ,
 
address@hidden, but without brace TeX
+
 @acronym{--a,an accronym @comma{} @enddots{}} -a
 @acronym{--a} -a
 @asis{--a} -a
@@ -568,6 +570,8 @@
 @ordm &ordm;
 @comma ,
 </p>
+<p>@TeX, but without brace TeX
+</p>
 <p><code>@acronym{--a,an accronym @comma{} @enddots{}}</code> <acronym 
title="an accronym , ....">&ndash;a</acronym> (an accronym , <small 
class="enddots">....</small>)
 <code>@acronym{--a}</code> <acronym title="an accronym , 
....">&ndash;a</acronym>
 <code>@asis{--a}</code> &ndash;a
@@ -583,14 +587,14 @@
 <code>@email{--a}</code> <a href="mailto:--a";>--a</a>
 <code>@emph{--a}</code> <em>&ndash;a</em>
 <code>@env{--a}</code> <code>--a</code>
-<code>@file{--a}</code> <tt>`--a'</tt>
+<code>@file{--a}</code> &lsquo;<tt>--a</tt>&rsquo;
 <code>@i{--a}</code> <i>&ndash;a</i>
 <code>@kbd{--a}</code> <kbd>--a</kbd>
 <code>@key{--a}</code> <kbd>&ndash;a</kbd>
 <code>@math{--a}</code> <em>&ndash;a</em>
-<code>@option{--a}</code> <samp>`--a'</samp>
+<code>@option{--a}</code> &lsquo;<samp>--a</samp>&rsquo;
 <code>@r{--a}</code> &ndash;a
-<code>@samp{--a}</code> <samp>`--a'</samp>
+<code>@samp{--a}</code> &lsquo;<samp>--a</samp>&rsquo;
 <code>@sc{--a}</code> <small>&ndash;A</small>
 <code>@strong{--a}</code> <strong>&ndash;a</strong>
 <code>@t{--a}</code> <tt>&ndash;a</tt>
@@ -744,10 +748,10 @@
 <dt><u>cmde:</u> <b><b>id ule</b></b><i> truc</i>
 <a name="IDX12"></a>
 </dt>
-<dt><u>cmde2:</u> <b><b>id <samp>`i'</samp> ule</b></b><i> truc</i>
+<dt><u>cmde2:</u> <b><b>id &lsquo;<samp>i</samp>&rsquo; ule</b></b><i> truc</i>
 <a name="IDX13"></a>
 </dt>
-<dt><u><b>id <samp>`i'</samp> ule</b>:</u>
+<dt><u><b>id &lsquo;<samp>i</samp>&rsquo; ule</b>:</u>
 </dt>
 <dt><u>:</u>
 </dt>
@@ -1118,6 +1122,8 @@
 @ordm &ordm;
 @comma ,
 
address@hidden, but without brace TeX
+
 <code>@acronym{--a,an accronym @comma{} @enddots{}}</code> <acronym title="an 
accronym , ....">--a</acronym> (an accronym , ....)
 <code>@acronym{--a}</code> <acronym title="an accronym , ....">--a</acronym>
 <code>@asis{--a}</code> --a
@@ -1133,14 +1139,14 @@
 <code>@email{--a}</code> <a href="mailto:--a";>--a</a>
 <code>@emph{--a}</code> <em>--a</em>
 <code>@env{--a}</code> <code>--a</code>
-<code>@file{--a}</code> <tt>`--a'</tt>
+<code>@file{--a}</code> &lsquo;<tt>--a</tt>&rsquo;
 <code>@i{--a}</code> <i>--a</i>
 <code>@kbd{--a}</code> <kbd>--a</kbd>
 <code>@key{--a}</code> <kbd>--a</kbd>
 <code>@math{--a}</code> <em>--a</em>
-<code>@option{--a}</code> <samp>`--a'</samp>
+<code>@option{--a}</code> &lsquo;<samp>--a</samp>&rsquo;
 <code>@r{--a}</code> --a
-<code>@samp{--a}</code> <samp>`--a'</samp>
+<code>@samp{--a}</code> &lsquo;<samp>--a</samp>&rsquo;
 <code>@sc{--a}</code> --A
 <code>@strong{--a}</code> <strong>--a</strong>
 <code>@t{--a}</code> <tt>--a</tt>
@@ -1286,9 +1292,9 @@
 <a name="IDX55"></a></dt>
 <dt><u>cmde:</u> <b><b>id ule</b></b><i> truc</i>
 <a name="IDX56"></a></dt>
-<dt><u>cmde2:</u> <b><b>id <samp>`i'</samp> ule</b></b><i> truc</i>
+<dt><u>cmde2:</u> <b><b>id &lsquo;<samp>i</samp>&rsquo; ule</b></b><i> truc</i>
 <a name="IDX57"></a></dt>
-<dt><u><b>id <samp>`i'</samp> ule</b>:</u>
+<dt><u><b>id &lsquo;<samp>i</samp>&rsquo; ule</b>:</u>
 </dt>
 <dt><u>:</u>
 </dt>
@@ -1721,9 +1727,9 @@
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="#IDX7"><code><var>i</var></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="#IDX50"><code><var>i</var></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="#IDX93"><code><var>i</var></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
-<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="#IDX13"><code><b>id <samp>`i'</samp> 
ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a href="#SEC_Top">Top 
section</a></td></tr>
-<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="#IDX56"><code><b>id <samp>`i'</samp> 
ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a href="#SEC_Top">Top 
section</a></td></tr>
-<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="#IDX99"><code><b>id <samp>`i'</samp> 
ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a href="#SEC_Top">Top 
section</a></td></tr>
+<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="#IDX13"><code><b>id 
&lsquo;<samp>i</samp>&rsquo; ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
+<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="#IDX56"><code><b>id 
&lsquo;<samp>i</samp>&rsquo; ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
+<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="#IDX99"><code><b>id 
&lsquo;<samp>i</samp>&rsquo; ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="#IDX12"><code><b>id 
ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a href="#SEC_Top">Top 
section</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="#IDX55"><code><b>id 
ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a href="#SEC_Top">Top 
section</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="#IDX98"><code><b>id 
ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a href="#SEC_Top">Top 
section</a></td></tr>
@@ -2154,9 +2160,9 @@
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="#IDX7"><code><var>i</var></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="#IDX50"><code><var>i</var></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="#IDX93"><code><var>i</var></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
-<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="#IDX13"><code><b>id <samp>`i'</samp> 
ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a href="#SEC_Top">Top 
section</a></td></tr>
-<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="#IDX56"><code><b>id <samp>`i'</samp> 
ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a href="#SEC_Top">Top 
section</a></td></tr>
-<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="#IDX99"><code><b>id <samp>`i'</samp> 
ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a href="#SEC_Top">Top 
section</a></td></tr>
+<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="#IDX13"><code><b>id 
&lsquo;<samp>i</samp>&rsquo; ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
+<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="#IDX56"><code><b>id 
&lsquo;<samp>i</samp>&rsquo; ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
+<tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="#IDX99"><code><b>id 
&lsquo;<samp>i</samp>&rsquo; ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a 
href="#SEC_Top">Top section</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="#IDX12"><code><b>id 
ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a href="#SEC_Top">Top 
section</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="#IDX55"><code><b>id 
ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a href="#SEC_Top">Top 
section</a></td></tr>
 <tr><td></td><td valign="top"><a href="#IDX98"><code><b>id 
ule</b></code></a></td><td valign="top"><a href="#SEC_Top">Top 
section</a></td></tr>
Index: texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/formatting.passfirst
diff -u texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/formatting.passfirst:1.19 
texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/formatting.passfirst:1.20
--- texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/formatting.passfirst:1.19    Sun Mar 26 
14:38:25 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/formatting.passfirst Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -10,975 +10,979 @@
 formatting.texi(,11) * chapter2:description.   Chapter 2
 formatting.texi(,12) @end menu
 formatting.texi(,13) 
-formatting.texi(,462) 
-formatting.texi(,466) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) <
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) >
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) "
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) &
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) ``simple-double--three---four----''@*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) code: @code{``simple-double--three---four----''} 
@*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) asis: @asis{``simple-double--three---four----''} 
@*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) strong: 
@strong{``simple-double--three---four----''} @*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) kbd: @kbd{``simple-double--three---four----''} @*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @cindex --option
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @cindex ``
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @findex ``
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @findex --foption
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@"u @"u 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@"@address@hidden @"{U} 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@~n @~n
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@^a @^a
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@'e @'e
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@=o @=o
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@`i @`i
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@'@{@@address@hidden@address@hidden 
@'address@hidden 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{i}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{ij}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@address@hidden@@address@hidden @address@hidden 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@address@hidden@} @l{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@,@{@@'address@hidden @m_cedilla{@'C}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{truc}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@* @*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@ followed by a space
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @ 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@ followed by a tab
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @ 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@ followed by a new line
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@-} @-
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@|} @|
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@:} @:
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@!} @!
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@?} @?
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@.} @.
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@@@} @@
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@@}} @}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@@{} @{
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@/} @/
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@#} @#
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@TeX @TeX{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@LaTeX @LaTeX{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @c @br{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@bullet @bullet{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@copyright @copyright{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@dots @dots{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@enddots @enddots{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@equiv @equiv{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@error @error{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@expansion @expansion{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@minus @minus{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@point @point{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@print @print{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@result @result{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@today @today{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@aa @aa{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@AA @AA{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@ae @ae{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@oe @oe{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@AE @AE{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@OE @OE{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@o @o{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@O @O{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@ss @ss{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@l @l{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@L @L{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@exclamdown @exclamdown{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@questiondown @questiondown{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@pounds @pounds{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@registeredsymbol @registeredsymbol{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@ordf @ordf{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@ordm @ordm{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @@comma @comma{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,an accronym 
@@address@hidden@} @@address@hidden@address@hidden @acronym{--a,an accronym 
@comma{} @enddots{}}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @acronym{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @asis{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @b{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @cite{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @code{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @command{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ctrl{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dfn{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dmn{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden 
@email{--a,--b}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden @email{,--b}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @email{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @emph{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @env{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @file{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @i{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @kbd{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @key{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @math{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @option{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @r{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @samp{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @sc{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @strong{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @t{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @titlefont{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @indicateurl{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden 
@uref{--a,--b}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @uref{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden @uref{,--b}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden 
@url{--a,--b}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,@}} @url{--a,}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden @url{,--b}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @var{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden:--a:@}} @verb{:--a:}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @w{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @H{a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @H{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dotaccent{a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dotaccent{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ringaccent{a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ringaccent{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @tieaccent{a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @tieaccent{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @u{a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @u{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ubaraccent{a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ubaraccent{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @udotaccent{a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @udotaccent{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @v{a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @v{--a}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dotless{--a}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden address@hidden 
@footnote{in footnote}
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@footnote{in footnote2}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@image{f--ile,,e--xt}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@image{f--ile,,,,e--xt}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,,address@hidden 
@image{f--ile,,,alt}
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@image{f--ile,aze,az,alt,e--xt}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,aze,,address@hidden 
@image{f-ile,aze,,a--lt}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@image{,,e--xt}
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@image{,,,e--xt}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden:jk _" 
%@@:@},,,alt@@address@hidden:jk _" %@@:@address@hidden @address@hidden:jk _" 
%@:},,,address@hidden:jk _" %@:}}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
@code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@}@@@@@@.,aze,az,alt,@@address@hidden 
address@hidden e--xt@@@}} @address@hidden@@@.,aze,az,alt,@file{file ext} 
address@hidden
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @sp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @sp 2
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @quotation
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) a q--uotation
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end quotation
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @item i--temize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @itemize +
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @item i--tem +
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @itemize @bullet
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @item b--ullet
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @itemize @minus
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @item minu--s
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @itemize @emph
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @item e--mph item
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @itemize @emph after emph
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @item e--mph item
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @itemize @bullet a--n itemize line
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @item i--tem 1
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @item i--tem 2
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @enumerate
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @item e--numerate
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end enumerate
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @multitable @columnfractions 6 7
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @headitem mu--ltitable headitem @tab another tab
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @item mu--ltitable item @tab multitable tab
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end multitable
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @example
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) e--xample  some
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467)    text
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end example
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @smallexample
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) s--mallexample
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end smallexample
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @display 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--isplay
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end display
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @smalldisplay
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) s--malldisplay
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end smalldisplay
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @lisp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) l--isp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end lisp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @smalllisp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) s--malllisp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end smalllisp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @format
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) f--ormat
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end format
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @smallformat
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) s--mallformat
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end smallformat
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffn c--ategory d--effn_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--effn
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end deffn
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffn cate--gory de--ffn_name ar--guments @
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467)    more args @* even more so
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) def--fn
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end deffn
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467)  
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffn fset @var{i} a g
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx Command { log trap1} {}  
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx Command {log trap2 } {}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx cmde @b{id ule} truc
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx cmde2 @b{id @samp{i} ule} truc
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx @b{id @samp{i} ule}    
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx aaa
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx {} {}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx{} machin
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx{} {bidule machin}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx{truc} machin
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx{truc} { }
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx{truc}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx{} {}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx {truc} followed by a comment
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @c comment
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and }
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and } after
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and {
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and { and after
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) Various deff lines
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx {truc} after a deff item
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @c comment
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) text in def item for second def item
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deffnx {truc} deffnx before end deffn
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end deffn
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @defvr c--ategory d--efvr_name
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--efvr
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end defvr
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deftypefn c--ategory t--ype d--eftypefn_name 
a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--eftypefn
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end deftypefn
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deftypeop c--ategory c--lass t--ype 
d--eftypeop_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--eftypeop
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end deftypeop
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deftypevr c--ategory t--ype d--eftypevr_name
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--eftypevr
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end deftypevr
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @defcv c--ategory c--lass d--efcv_name
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--efcv
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end defcv
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @defop c--ategory c--lass d--efop_name 
a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--efop
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end defop
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deftp c--ategory d--eftp_name a--ttributes...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--eftp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end deftp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @defun d--efun_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--efun
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end defun
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @defmac d--efmac_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--efmac
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end defmac
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @defspec d--efspec_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--efspec
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end defspec
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @defvar d--efvar_name
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--efvar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end defvar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @defopt d--efopt_name
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--efopt
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end defopt
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deftypefun t--ype d--eftypefun_name 
a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--eftypefun
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end deftypefun
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deftypevar t--ype d--eftypevar_name
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--eftypevar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end deftypevar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @defivar c--lass d--efivar_name
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--efivar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end defivar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deftypeivar c--lass t--ype d--eftypeivar_name
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--eftypeivar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end deftypeivar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @defmethod c--lass d--efmethod_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--efmethod
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end defmethod
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @deftypemethod c--lass t--ype 
d--eftypemethod_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) d--eftypemethod
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end deftypemethod
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @xref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @ref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @pxref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{chapter, cross ref name, file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ref{chapter}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ref{node}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{,cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,title}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{,,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{node,cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{node,cross ref name,title,}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{node,,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,file name,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,file name,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{,cross ref name,title,}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{,,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{,,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{,,,file name,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{chapter, cross ref name, file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @inforef{chapter}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref address@hidden 
@inforef{chapter, cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{chapter,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{node, cross ref name, file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @inforef{node}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref address@hidden 
@inforef{node, cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{node,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name @}} 
@inforef{,cross ref name }
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{,cross ref name, file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@}ion, a 
@@address@hidden@} in cross
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) ref, a comma@@address@hidden@} in title, a 
comma@@address@hidden@} in file, a @@address@hidden@} in manual name @}}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @address@hidden, a @comma{} in cross
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) ref, a address@hidden in title, a address@hidden 
in file, a @comma{} in manual name }
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
@code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@address@hidden @address@hidden
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @table @bullet
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @item a
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) l--ine
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end table
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @vtable @asis
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @item a
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) l--ine
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end vtable
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @ftable @minus
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @item a
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) l--ine
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end ftable
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @flushleft
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) flushleft
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end flushleft
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @flushright
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) flushright
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @end flushright
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @center centered line
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) @verbatiminclude simplest.texi
-formatting.texi(mymacro,467) 
+formatting.texi(,464) 
 formatting.texi(,468) 
-formatting.texi(,469) @example
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) <
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) >
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) "
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) &
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) ``simple-double--three---four----''@*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) code: @code{``simple-double--three---four----''} 
@*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) asis: @asis{``simple-double--three---four----''} 
@*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) strong: 
@strong{``simple-double--three---four----''} @*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) kbd: @kbd{``simple-double--three---four----''} @*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @cindex --option
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @cindex ``
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @findex ``
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @findex --foption
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@"u @"u 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@~n @~n
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@'@{@@address@hidden@address@hidden 
@'address@hidden 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{ij}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@address@hidden@@address@hidden @address@hidden 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@address@hidden@} @l{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@,@{@@'address@hidden @m_cedilla{@'C}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{truc}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@* @*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@ followed by a space
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @ 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@ followed by a tab
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @ 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@ followed by a new line
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@@{} @{
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@/} @/
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@point @point{}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@exclamdown @exclamdown{}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@pounds @pounds{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@registeredsymbol @registeredsymbol{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@ordf @ordf{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@ordm @ordm{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @@comma @comma{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,an accronym 
@@address@hidden@} @@address@hidden@address@hidden @acronym{--a,an accronym 
@comma{} @enddots{}}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @cite{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @code{--a}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden 
@email{--a,--b}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @kbd{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @key{--a}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @option{--a}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @samp{--a}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @titlefont{--a}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden 
@uref{--a,--b}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden @uref{,--b}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden 
@url{--a,--b}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @var{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden:--a:@}} @verb{:--a:}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dotaccent{a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dotaccent{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ringaccent{a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ringaccent{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @tieaccent{a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @tieaccent{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @u{a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @u{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ubaraccent{a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ubaraccent{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @udotaccent{a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @udotaccent{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @v{a}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@,@address@hidden @m_cedilla{--c}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dotless{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dotless{a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden address@hidden 
@footnote{in footnote}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden address@hidden 
@footnote{in footnote2}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@image{f--ile,,e--xt}
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@image{f--ile,,,,e--xt}
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@image{f--ile,,,alt}
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@image{f--ile,aze,az,alt,e--xt}
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@image{f-ile,aze,,a--lt}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@image{,,e--xt}
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@image{,,,e--xt}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden:jk _" 
%@@:@},,,alt@@address@hidden:jk _" %@@:@address@hidden @address@hidden:jk _" 
%@:},,,address@hidden:jk _" %@:}}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
@code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@}@@@@@@.,aze,az,alt,@@address@hidden 
address@hidden e--xt@@@}} @address@hidden@@@.,aze,az,alt,@file{file ext} 
address@hidden
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @sp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @sp 2
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @quotation
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end quotation
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @item i--temize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @itemize +
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @item i--tem +
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @itemize @bullet
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @item b--ullet
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @itemize @minus
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @item minu--s
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @itemize @emph
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @item e--mph item
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @itemize @emph after emph
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @item e--mph item
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @itemize @bullet a--n itemize line
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @item i--tem 2
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @enumerate
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end enumerate
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @multitable @columnfractions 6 7
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @item mu--ltitable item @tab multitable tab
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end multitable
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @example
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) e--xample  some
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end example
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @smallexample
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) s--mallexample
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end smallexample
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @display 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) d--isplay
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end display
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @smalldisplay
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) s--malldisplay
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end smalldisplay
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) s--malllisp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end smalllisp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) f--ormat
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end format
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) s--mallformat
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end deffn
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @deffn cate--gory de--ffn_name ar--guments @
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470)    more args @* even more so
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) def--fn
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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a--rguments...
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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d--eftypeop_name a--rguments...
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) d--eftypevr
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end deftypevr
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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a--rguments...
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end defvar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @defopt d--efopt_name
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) d--efopt
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end defopt
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @deftypefun t--ype d--eftypefun_name 
a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) d--eftypefun
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end deftypefun
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @deftypevar t--ype d--eftypevar_name
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) d--eftypevar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end deftypevar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @defivar c--lass d--efivar_name
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) d--efivar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end defivar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @deftypeivar c--lass t--ype d--eftypeivar_name
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) d--eftypeivar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end deftypeivar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @defmethod c--lass d--efmethod_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) d--efmethod
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end defmethod
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @deftypemethod c--lass t--ype 
d--eftypemethod_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) d--eftypemethod
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end deftypemethod
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @xref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @ref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @pxref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{chapter, cross ref name, file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ref{chapter}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ref{node}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{,cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,title}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{,,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{node,cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{node,cross ref name,title,}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{node,,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,file name,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,file name,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{,cross ref name,title,}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{,,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{,,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{,,,file name,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{chapter, cross ref name, file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @inforef{chapter}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref address@hidden 
@inforef{chapter, cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{chapter,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{node, cross ref name, file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @inforef{node}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref address@hidden 
@inforef{node, cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{node,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name @}} 
@inforef{,cross ref name }
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{,cross ref name, file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@}ion, a 
@@address@hidden@} in cross
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) ref, a comma@@address@hidden@} in title, a 
comma@@address@hidden@} in file, a @@address@hidden@} in manual name @}}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @address@hidden, a @comma{} in cross
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) ref, a address@hidden in title, a address@hidden 
in file, a @comma{} in manual name }
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
@code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@address@hidden @address@hidden
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @table @bullet
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @item a
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) l--ine
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end table
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @vtable @asis
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @item a
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) l--ine
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end vtable
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @ftable @minus
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @item a
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) l--ine
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end ftable
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @flushleft
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) flushleft
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end flushleft
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @flushright
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) flushright
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @end flushright
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @center centered line
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) @verbatiminclude simplest.texi
-formatting.texi(mymacro,470) 
-formatting.texi(,471) @end example
-formatting.texi(,472) 
-formatting.texi(,473) @cindex t--ruc
-formatting.texi(,474) @cindex T--ruc
-formatting.texi(,475) @cindex .
-formatting.texi(,476) @cindex ?
-formatting.texi(,477) @cindex a
-formatting.texi(,478) @findex t--ruc
-formatting.texi(,479) @findex T--ruc
-formatting.texi(,480) @findex .
-formatting.texi(,481) @findex ?
-formatting.texi(,482) @findex a
-formatting.texi(,483) 
-formatting.texi(,484) 
-formatting.texi(,485) cp
-formatting.texi(,486) @printindex cp
-formatting.texi(,487) 
-formatting.texi(,488) fn
-formatting.texi(,489) @printindex fn
-formatting.texi(,490) 
-formatting.texi(,491) vr
-formatting.texi(,492) @printindex vr
-formatting.texi(,493) 
-formatting.texi(,494) ky
-formatting.texi(,495) @printindex ky
-formatting.texi(,496) 
-formatting.texi(,497) pg
-formatting.texi(,498) @printindex pg
-formatting.texi(,499) 
-formatting.texi(,500) tp
-formatting.texi(,501) @printindex tp
-formatting.texi(,502) 
-formatting.texi(,503) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) <
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) >
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) "
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) &
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) ``simple-double--three---four----''@*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) code: @code{``simple-double--three---four----''} 
@*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) asis: @asis{``simple-double--three---four----''} 
@*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) strong: 
@strong{``simple-double--three---four----''} @*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) kbd: @kbd{``simple-double--three---four----''} @*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @cindex --option
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @cindex ``
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @findex ``
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @findex --foption
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@"u @"u 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@"@address@hidden @"{U} 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@~n @~n
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@^a @^a
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@'e @'e
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@=o @=o
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@`i @`i
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@'@{@@address@hidden@address@hidden 
@'address@hidden 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{i}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{ij}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@address@hidden@@address@hidden @address@hidden 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@address@hidden@} @l{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@,@{@@'address@hidden @m_cedilla{@'C}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{truc}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@* @*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@ followed by a space
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @ 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@ followed by a tab
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @ 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@ followed by a new line
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@-} @-
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@|} @|
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@:} @:
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@!} @!
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@?} @?
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@.} @.
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@@@} @@
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@@}} @}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@@{} @{
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@/} @/
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@#} @#
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@TeX @TeX{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@LaTeX @LaTeX{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @c @br{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@bullet @bullet{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@copyright @copyright{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@dots @dots{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@enddots @enddots{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@equiv @equiv{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@error @error{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@expansion @expansion{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@minus @minus{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@point @point{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@print @print{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@result @result{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@today @today{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@aa @aa{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@AA @AA{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@ae @ae{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@oe @oe{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@AE @AE{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@OE @OE{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@o @o{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@O @O{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@ss @ss{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@l @l{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@L @L{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@exclamdown @exclamdown{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@questiondown @questiondown{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@pounds @pounds{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@registeredsymbol @registeredsymbol{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@ordf @ordf{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@ordm @ordm{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@comma @comma{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @@TeX, but without brace @TeX
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,an accronym 
@@address@hidden@} @@address@hidden@address@hidden @acronym{--a,an accronym 
@comma{} @enddots{}}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @acronym{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @asis{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @b{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @cite{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @code{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @command{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ctrl{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dfn{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dmn{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden 
@email{--a,--b}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden @email{,--b}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @email{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @emph{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @env{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @file{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @i{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @kbd{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @key{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @math{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @option{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @r{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @samp{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @sc{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @strong{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @t{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @titlefont{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @indicateurl{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden 
@uref{--a,--b}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @uref{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden @uref{,--b}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden 
@url{--a,--b}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,@}} @url{--a,}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden @url{,--b}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @var{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden:--a:@}} @verb{:--a:}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @w{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @H{a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @H{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dotaccent{a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dotaccent{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ringaccent{a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ringaccent{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @tieaccent{a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @tieaccent{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @u{a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @u{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ubaraccent{a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ubaraccent{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @udotaccent{a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @udotaccent{--a}
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@,@address@hidden @m_cedilla{c}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@,@address@hidden @m_cedilla{--c}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dotless{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dotless{a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden address@hidden 
@footnote{in footnote}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden address@hidden 
@footnote{in footnote2}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@image{f--ile,,e--xt}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@image{f--ile,,,,e--xt}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,address@hidden 
@image{f--ile,,,alt}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,aze,az,alt,address@hidden 
@image{f--ile,aze,az,alt,e--xt}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,aze,,address@hidden 
@image{f-ile,aze,,a--lt}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @image{f--ile}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@image{,,e--xt}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,address@hidden 
@image{,,,e--xt}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden:jk _" 
%@@:@},,,alt@@address@hidden:jk _" %@@:@address@hidden @address@hidden:jk _" 
%@:},,,address@hidden:jk _" %@:}}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
@code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@}@@@@@@.,aze,az,alt,@@address@hidden 
address@hidden e--xt@@@}} @address@hidden@@@.,aze,az,alt,@file{file ext} 
address@hidden
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @sp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @sp 2
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @quotation
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) a q--uotation
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end quotation
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @item i--temize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @itemize +
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @item i--tem +
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @itemize @bullet
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @item b--ullet
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @itemize @minus
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @item minu--s
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @itemize @emph
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @item e--mph item
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @itemize @emph after emph
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @item e--mph item
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @itemize @bullet a--n itemize line
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @item i--tem 1
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @item i--tem 2
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @enumerate
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @item e--numerate
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end enumerate
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @multitable @columnfractions 6 7
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @headitem mu--ltitable headitem @tab another tab
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @item mu--ltitable item @tab multitable tab
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end multitable
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @example
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) e--xample  some
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469)    text
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end example
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @smallexample
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) s--mallexample
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end smallexample
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @display 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--isplay
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end display
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @smalldisplay
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) s--malldisplay
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end smalldisplay
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @lisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) l--isp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end lisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @smalllisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) s--malllisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end smalllisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @format
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) f--ormat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end format
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @smallformat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) s--mallformat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end smallformat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffn c--ategory d--effn_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--effn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffn cate--gory de--ffn_name ar--guments @
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469)    more args @* even more so
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) def--fn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469)  
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffn fset @var{i} a g
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx {cmde} truc {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx Command {log trap} {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx Command { log trap1} {}  
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx Command {log trap2 } {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx cmde @b{id ule} truc
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx cmde2 @b{id @samp{i} ule} truc
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx @b{id @samp{i} ule}    
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx aaa
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx {} {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx{} machin
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx{} {bidule machin}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx{truc} machin
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx{truc} { }
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx{truc}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx{} {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx {truc} followed by a comment
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @c comment
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and }
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and } after
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and {
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and { and after
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+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx {truc} after a deff item
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @c comment
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) text in def item for second def item
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deffnx {truc} deffnx before end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defvr c--ategory d--efvr_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efvr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defvr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deftypefn c--ategory t--ype d--eftypefn_name 
a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--eftypefn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deftypefn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deftypeop c--ategory c--lass t--ype 
d--eftypeop_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--eftypeop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deftypeop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deftypevr c--ategory t--ype d--eftypevr_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--eftypevr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deftypevr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defcv c--ategory c--lass d--efcv_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efcv
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defcv
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defop c--ategory c--lass d--efop_name 
a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deftp c--ategory d--eftp_name a--ttributes...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--eftp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deftp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defun d--efun_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defmac d--efmac_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efmac
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defmac
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defspec d--efspec_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efspec
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defspec
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defvar d--efvar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efvar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defvar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defopt d--efopt_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efopt
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defopt
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deftypefun t--ype d--eftypefun_name 
a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--eftypefun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deftypefun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deftypevar t--ype d--eftypevar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--eftypevar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deftypevar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defivar c--lass d--efivar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deftypeivar c--lass t--ype d--eftypeivar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--eftypeivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deftypeivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @defmethod c--lass d--efmethod_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--efmethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end defmethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @deftypemethod c--lass t--ype 
d--eftypemethod_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) d--eftypemethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end deftypemethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @xref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @ref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @pxref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{chapter, cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ref{chapter}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ref{node}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{,cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,title}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{,,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{node,cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{node,cross ref name,title,}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{node,,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,file name,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,file name,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{,cross ref name,title,}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{,,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{,,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{,,,file name,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{chapter, cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @inforef{chapter}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref address@hidden 
@inforef{chapter, cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{chapter,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{node, cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @inforef{node}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref address@hidden 
@inforef{node, cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{node,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name @}} 
@inforef{,cross ref name }
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{,cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@}ion, a 
@@address@hidden@} in cross
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) ref, a comma@@address@hidden@} in title, a 
comma@@address@hidden@} in file, a @@address@hidden@} in manual name @}}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @address@hidden, a @comma{} in cross
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) ref, a address@hidden in title, a address@hidden 
in file, a @comma{} in manual name }
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
@code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@address@hidden @address@hidden
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @table @bullet
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @item a
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) l--ine
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end table
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @vtable @asis
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @item a
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) l--ine
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end vtable
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @ftable @minus
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @item a
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) l--ine
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end ftable
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @flushleft
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) flushleft
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end flushleft
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @flushright
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) flushright
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @end flushright
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @center centered line
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) @verbatiminclude simplest.texi
+formatting.texi(mymacro,469) 
+formatting.texi(,470) 
+formatting.texi(,471) @example
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) <
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) >
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) "
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) &
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) ``simple-double--three---four----''@*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) code: @code{``simple-double--three---four----''} 
@*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) asis: @asis{``simple-double--three---four----''} 
@*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) strong: 
@strong{``simple-double--three---four----''} @*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) kbd: @kbd{``simple-double--three---four----''} @*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @cindex --option
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @cindex ``
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @findex ``
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @findex --foption
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@"u @"u 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@"@address@hidden @"{U} 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@~n @~n
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@^a @^a
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@'e @'e
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@=o @=o
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@`i @`i
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@'@{@@address@hidden@address@hidden 
@'address@hidden 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{i}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{ij}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@address@hidden@@address@hidden @address@hidden 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@address@hidden@} @l{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@,@{@@'address@hidden @m_cedilla{@'C}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{truc}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@* @*
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@ followed by a space
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @ 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@ followed by a tab
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @ 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@ followed by a new line
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@-} @-
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@|} @|
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@:} @:
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@!} @!
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@?} @?
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@.} @.
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@@@} @@
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@@}} @}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@@{} @{
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@/} @/
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@#} @#
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@TeX @TeX{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@LaTeX @LaTeX{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @c @br{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@bullet @bullet{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@copyright @copyright{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@dots @dots{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@enddots @enddots{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@equiv @equiv{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@error @error{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@expansion @expansion{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@minus @minus{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@point @point{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@print @print{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@result @result{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@today @today{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@aa @aa{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@AA @AA{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@ae @ae{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@oe @oe{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@AE @AE{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@OE @OE{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@o @o{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@O @O{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@ss @ss{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@l @l{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@L @L{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@exclamdown @exclamdown{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@questiondown @questiondown{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@pounds @pounds{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@registeredsymbol @registeredsymbol{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@ordf @ordf{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@ordm @ordm{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@comma @comma{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @@TeX, but without brace @TeX
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,an accronym 
@@address@hidden@} @@address@hidden@address@hidden @acronym{--a,an accronym 
@comma{} @enddots{}}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @acronym{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @asis{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @b{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @cite{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @code{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @command{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ctrl{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dfn{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dmn{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden 
@email{--a,--b}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden @email{,--b}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @email{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @emph{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @env{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @file{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @i{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @kbd{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @key{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @math{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @option{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @r{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @samp{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @sc{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @strong{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @t{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @titlefont{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @indicateurl{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden 
@uref{--a,--b}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @uref{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden @uref{,--b}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden 
@url{--a,--b}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,@}} @url{--a,}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,address@hidden @url{,--b}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @var{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden:--a:@}} @verb{:--a:}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @w{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @H{a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @H{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dotaccent{a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dotaccent{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ringaccent{a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ringaccent{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @tieaccent{a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @tieaccent{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @u{a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @u{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ubaraccent{a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ubaraccent{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @udotaccent{a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @udotaccent{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @v{a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @v{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@,@address@hidden @m_cedilla{c}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@,@address@hidden @m_cedilla{--c}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dotless{--a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @dotless{a}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden address@hidden 
@footnote{in footnote}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden address@hidden 
@footnote{in footnote2}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@image{f--ile,,e--xt}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@image{f--ile,,,,e--xt}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,address@hidden 
@image{f--ile,,,alt}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,aze,az,alt,address@hidden 
@image{f--ile,aze,az,alt,e--xt}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,aze,,address@hidden 
@image{f-ile,aze,,a--lt}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @image{f--ile}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@image{,,e--xt}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,address@hidden 
@image{,,,e--xt}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden:jk _" 
%@@:@},,,alt@@address@hidden:jk _" %@@:@address@hidden @address@hidden:jk _" 
%@:},,,address@hidden:jk _" %@:}}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
@code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@}@@@@@@.,aze,az,alt,@@address@hidden 
address@hidden e--xt@@@}} @address@hidden@@@.,aze,az,alt,@file{file ext} 
address@hidden
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @sp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @sp 2
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @quotation
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) a q--uotation
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end quotation
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item i--temize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @itemize +
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item i--tem +
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @itemize @bullet
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item b--ullet
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @itemize @minus
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item minu--s
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @itemize @emph
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item e--mph item
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @itemize @emph after emph
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item e--mph item
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @itemize @bullet a--n itemize line
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item i--tem 1
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item i--tem 2
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end itemize
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @enumerate
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item e--numerate
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end enumerate
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @multitable @columnfractions 6 7
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @headitem mu--ltitable headitem @tab another tab
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item mu--ltitable item @tab multitable tab
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end multitable
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @example
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) e--xample  some
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472)    text
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end example
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @smallexample
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) s--mallexample
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end smallexample
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @display 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--isplay
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end display
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @smalldisplay
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) s--malldisplay
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end smalldisplay
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @lisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) l--isp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end lisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @smalllisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) s--malllisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end smalllisp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @format
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) f--ormat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end format
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @smallformat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) s--mallformat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end smallformat
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffn c--ategory d--effn_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--effn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffn cate--gory de--ffn_name ar--guments @
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472)    more args @* even more so
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) def--fn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472)  
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffn fset @var{i} a g
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx {cmde} truc {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx Command {log trap} {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx Command { log trap1} {}  
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx Command {log trap2 } {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx cmde @b{id ule} truc
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx cmde2 @b{id @samp{i} ule} truc
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx @b{id @samp{i} ule}    
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx aaa
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx {} {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx{}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx{} machin
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx{} {bidule machin}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx{truc} machin
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx{truc} { }
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx{truc}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx{} {}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx {truc} followed by a comment
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @c comment
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and }
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and } after
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and {
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and { and after
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) Various deff lines
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx {truc} after a deff item
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @c comment
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) text in def item for second def item
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deffnx {truc} deffnx before end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deffn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defvr c--ategory d--efvr_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efvr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defvr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deftypefn c--ategory t--ype d--eftypefn_name 
a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--eftypefn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deftypefn
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deftypeop c--ategory c--lass t--ype 
d--eftypeop_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--eftypeop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deftypeop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deftypevr c--ategory t--ype d--eftypevr_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--eftypevr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deftypevr
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defcv c--ategory c--lass d--efcv_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efcv
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defcv
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defop c--ategory c--lass d--efop_name 
a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defop
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deftp c--ategory d--eftp_name a--ttributes...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--eftp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deftp
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defun d--efun_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defmac d--efmac_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efmac
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defmac
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defspec d--efspec_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efspec
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defspec
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defvar d--efvar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efvar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defvar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defopt d--efopt_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efopt
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defopt
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deftypefun t--ype d--eftypefun_name 
a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--eftypefun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deftypefun
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deftypevar t--ype d--eftypevar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--eftypevar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deftypevar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defivar c--lass d--efivar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deftypeivar c--lass t--ype d--eftypeivar_name
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--eftypeivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deftypeivar
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @defmethod c--lass d--efmethod_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--efmethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end defmethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @deftypemethod c--lass t--ype 
d--eftypemethod_name a--rguments...
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) d--eftypemethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end deftypemethod
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @xref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @ref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @pxref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{chapter, cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ref{chapter}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @ref{node}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{,cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,title}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{,,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{node,cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{node,cross ref name,title,}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{node,,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,file name,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,file name,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{,cross ref name,title,}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{,,title,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,title,,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{,,title, file name, manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file name,address@hidden 
@ref{,,,file name,manual}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{chapter, cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @inforef{chapter}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref address@hidden 
@inforef{chapter, cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{chapter,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{node, cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @inforef{node}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref address@hidden 
@inforef{node, cross ref name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{node,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name @}} 
@inforef{,cross ref name }
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,,file address@hidden 
@inforef{,,file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{,cross ref name, file name}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@}ion, a 
@@address@hidden@} in cross
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) ref, a comma@@address@hidden@} in title, a 
comma@@address@hidden@} in file, a @@address@hidden@} in manual name @}}
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @address@hidden, a @comma{} in cross
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) ref, a address@hidden in title, a address@hidden 
in file, a @comma{} in manual name }
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
@code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@address@hidden @address@hidden
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @table @bullet
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item a
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) l--ine
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end table
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @vtable @asis
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item a
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) l--ine
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end vtable
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @ftable @minus
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @item a
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) l--ine
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end ftable
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @flushleft
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) flushleft
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end flushleft
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @flushright
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) flushright
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @end flushright
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @center centered line
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) @verbatiminclude simplest.texi
+formatting.texi(mymacro,472) 
+formatting.texi(,473) @end example
+formatting.texi(,474) 
+formatting.texi(,475) @cindex t--ruc
+formatting.texi(,476) @cindex T--ruc
+formatting.texi(,477) @cindex .
+formatting.texi(,478) @cindex ?
+formatting.texi(,479) @cindex a
+formatting.texi(,480) @findex t--ruc
+formatting.texi(,481) @findex T--ruc
+formatting.texi(,482) @findex .
+formatting.texi(,483) @findex ?
+formatting.texi(,484) @findex a
+formatting.texi(,485) 
+formatting.texi(,486) 
+formatting.texi(,487) cp
+formatting.texi(,488) @printindex cp
+formatting.texi(,489) 
+formatting.texi(,490) fn
+formatting.texi(,491) @printindex fn
+formatting.texi(,492) 
+formatting.texi(,493) vr
+formatting.texi(,494) @printindex vr
+formatting.texi(,495) 
+formatting.texi(,496) ky
+formatting.texi(,497) @printindex ky
+formatting.texi(,498) 
+formatting.texi(,499) pg
+formatting.texi(,500) @printindex pg
+formatting.texi(,501) 
+formatting.texi(,502) tp
+formatting.texi(,503) @printindex tp
 formatting.texi(,504) 
-formatting.texi(,505) @node chapter
-formatting.texi(,506) @chapter chapter
-formatting.texi(,507) 
-formatting.texi(,508) @footnote{in footnote}
+formatting.texi(,505) 
+formatting.texi(,506) 
+formatting.texi(,507) @node chapter
+formatting.texi(,508) @chapter chapter
 formatting.texi(,509) 
-formatting.texi(,510) @format
-formatting.texi(,511) @menu 
-formatting.texi(,512) * address@hidden:: address@hidden
-formatting.texi(,513) 
-formatting.texi(,514) Menu comment
-formatting.texi(,515) ``simple-double--three---four----''@*
-formatting.texi(,516) 
-formatting.texi(,517) @end menu
-formatting.texi(,518) @end format
-formatting.texi(,519) 
-formatting.texi(,520) @node address@hidden
-formatting.texi(,521) @section A section
-formatting.texi(,522) 
-formatting.texi(,523) @menu
-formatting.texi(,524) * subsection:: 
-formatting.texi(,525) @end menu
-formatting.texi(,526) 
-formatting.texi(,527) @node subsection
-formatting.texi(,528) @subsection subsection
-formatting.texi(,529) 
-formatting.texi(,530) @menu
-formatting.texi(,531) * subsubsection::
-formatting.texi(,532) @end menu
-formatting.texi(,533) 
-formatting.texi(,534) @anchor{anchor}
+formatting.texi(,510) @footnote{in footnote}
+formatting.texi(,511) 
+formatting.texi(,512) @format
+formatting.texi(,513) @menu 
+formatting.texi(,514) * address@hidden:: address@hidden
+formatting.texi(,515) 
+formatting.texi(,516) Menu comment
+formatting.texi(,517) ``simple-double--three---four----''@*
+formatting.texi(,518) 
+formatting.texi(,519) @end menu
+formatting.texi(,520) @end format
+formatting.texi(,521) 
+formatting.texi(,522) @node address@hidden
+formatting.texi(,523) @section A section
+formatting.texi(,524) 
+formatting.texi(,525) @menu
+formatting.texi(,526) * subsection:: 
+formatting.texi(,527) @end menu
+formatting.texi(,528) 
+formatting.texi(,529) @node subsection
+formatting.texi(,530) @subsection subsection
+formatting.texi(,531) 
+formatting.texi(,532) @menu
+formatting.texi(,533) * subsubsection::
+formatting.texi(,534) @end menu
 formatting.texi(,535) 
-formatting.texi(,536) @node subsubsection
-formatting.texi(,537) @subsubsection subsubsection
-formatting.texi(,538) 
-formatting.texi(,539) @node chapter2
-formatting.texi(,540) @chapter chapter 2
-formatting.texi(,541) 
-formatting.texi(,542) @printindex cp
-formatting.texi(,543) @printindex fn
-formatting.texi(,544) 
-formatting.texi(,545) @contents
-formatting.texi(,546) @shortcontents
+formatting.texi(,536) @anchor{anchor}
+formatting.texi(,537) 
+formatting.texi(,538) @node subsubsection
+formatting.texi(,539) @subsubsection subsubsection
+formatting.texi(,540) 
+formatting.texi(,541) @node chapter2
+formatting.texi(,542) @chapter chapter 2
+formatting.texi(,543) 
+formatting.texi(,544) @printindex cp
+formatting.texi(,545) @printindex fn
+formatting.texi(,546) 
+formatting.texi(,547) @contents
+formatting.texi(,548) @shortcontents
Index: texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/formatting.passtexi
diff -u texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/formatting.passtexi:1.21 
texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/formatting.passtexi:1.22
--- texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/formatting.passtexi:1.21     Sun Mar 26 
14:38:25 2006
+++ texi2html/Tests/formatting_res/formatting.passtexi  Sat Apr  8 11:37:02 2006
@@ -10,1423 +10,1429 @@
 formatting.texi(,11) * chapter2:description.   Chapter 2
 formatting.texi(,12) @end menu
 formatting.texi(,13) 
-formatting.texi(,462) 
-formatting.texi(,463) @copying
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) <
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) >
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) "
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) &
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) ``simple-double--three---four----''@*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) code: @code{``simple-double--three---four----''} 
@*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) asis: @asis{``simple-double--three---four----''} 
@*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) strong: 
@strong{``simple-double--three---four----''} @*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) kbd: @kbd{``simple-double--three---four----''} @*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @cindex --option
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @cindex ``
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @findex ``
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @findex --foption
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@"u @"u 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@"@address@hidden @"{U} 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@~n @~n
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@^a @^a
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@'e @'e
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@=o @=o
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@`i @`i
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@'@{@@address@hidden@address@hidden 
@'address@hidden 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{i}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{ij}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@address@hidden@@address@hidden @address@hidden 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@address@hidden@} @l{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@,@{@@'address@hidden @m_cedilla{@'C}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@address@hidden@} @dotless{truc}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@* @*
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@ followed by a space
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @ 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@ followed by a tab
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @ 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@ followed by a new line
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@-} @-
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@|} @|
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@:} @:
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@!} @!
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@?} @?
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@.} @.
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@@@} @@
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@@}} @}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@@{} @{
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@/} @/
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@#} @#
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@TeX @TeX{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@LaTeX @LaTeX{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @c @br{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@bullet @bullet{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@copyright @copyright{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@dots @dots{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@enddots @enddots{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@equiv @equiv{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@error @error{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@expansion @expansion{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@minus @minus{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@point @point{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@print @print{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@result @result{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@today @today{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@aa @aa{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@AA @AA{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@ae @ae{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@oe @oe{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@AE @AE{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@OE @OE{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@o @o{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@O @O{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@ss @ss{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@l @l{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@L @L{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@exclamdown @exclamdown{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@questiondown @questiondown{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@pounds @pounds{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@registeredsymbol @registeredsymbol{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@ordf @ordf{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@ordm @ordm{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @@comma @comma{}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,an accronym 
@@address@hidden@} @@address@hidden@address@hidden @acronym{--a,an accronym 
@comma{} @enddots{}}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @acronym{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @asis{--a}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden@}} @b{--a}
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@uref{--a,--b}
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@url{--a,--b}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden address@hidden 
@footnote{in footnote}
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@footnote{in footnote2}
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@image{f--ile,,e--xt}
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@image{f--ile,,,,e--xt}
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@image{f--ile,,,alt}
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@image{f--ile,aze,az,alt,e--xt}
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@image{f-ile,aze,,a--lt}
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@image{,,e--xt}
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@image{,,,e--xt}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden:jk _" 
%@@:@},,,alt@@address@hidden:jk _" %@@:@address@hidden @address@hidden:jk _" 
%@:},,,address@hidden:jk _" %@:}}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
@code{@@address@hidden@@address@hidden@}@@@@@@.,aze,az,alt,@@address@hidden 
address@hidden e--xt@@@}} @address@hidden@@@.,aze,az,alt,@file{file ext} 
address@hidden
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @sp
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @quotation
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end quotation
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @itemize
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @itemize +
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @item i--tem +
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @itemize @bullet
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @item b--ullet
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @itemize @minus
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @item minu--s
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @itemize @emph after emph
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @item i--tem 2
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end itemize
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end enumerate
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @multitable @columnfractions 6 7
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @item mu--ltitable item @tab multitable tab
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end multitable
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @example
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464)    text
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end example
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @smallexample
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) s--mallexample
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end smallexample
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @display 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--isplay
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end display
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @smalldisplay
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) s--malldisplay
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end smalldisplay
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end lisp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) s--malllisp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end smalllisp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end format
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) s--mallformat
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end smallformat
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--effn
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end deffn
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deffn cate--gory de--ffn_name ar--guments @
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) def--fn
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deffnx @b{id @samp{i} ule}    
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deffnx 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deffnx {} {}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deffnx{}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deffnx{} {bidule machin}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deffnx{truc}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deffnx{} {}
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and }
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and } after
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and {
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deffnx truc machin bidule chose and { and after
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) Various deff lines
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @c comment
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--efvr
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end defvr
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deftypefn c--ategory t--ype d--eftypefn_name 
a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--eftypefn
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end deftypefn
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
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d--eftypeop_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--eftypeop
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end deftypeop
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deftypevr c--ategory t--ype d--eftypevr_name
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--eftypevr
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end deftypevr
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--efcv
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @defop c--ategory c--lass d--efop_name 
a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--efop
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--eftp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end deftp
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @defun d--efun_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--efun
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end defun
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @defmac d--efmac_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--efmac
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end defmac
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @defspec d--efspec_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--efspec
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--efopt
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end defopt
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deftypefun t--ype d--eftypefun_name 
a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--eftypefun
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end deftypefun
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deftypevar t--ype d--eftypevar_name
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--efivar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end defivar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deftypeivar c--lass t--ype d--eftypeivar_name
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--eftypeivar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end deftypeivar
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @defmethod c--lass d--efmethod_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--efmethod
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @end defmethod
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @deftypemethod c--lass t--ype 
d--eftypemethod_name a--rguments...
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) d--eftypemethod
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @xref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @ref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, title, 
file name, address@hidden @pxref{chapter, cross ref name, title, file name, 
manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden, cross ref name, file 
address@hidden @inforef{chapter, cross ref name, file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) 
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-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{,cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,title}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{,,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{,,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref address@hidden 
@ref{node,cross ref name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,,file address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,@}} 
@ref{node,cross ref name,title,}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,,file 
address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,,,address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title,file 
address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref 
name,title,,address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{chapter,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,cross ref name,title, file 
name, address@hidden @ref{node,cross ref name,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{chapter,,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,file address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title,file name}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,title,,address@hidden 
@ref{node,,title,,manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{chapter,,title, file name, manual}
-formatting.texi(mymacro,464) @code{@@address@hidden,,title, file name, 
address@hidden @ref{node,,title, file name, manual}
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@ref{chapter,,,file name,manual}
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