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branch master updated: Update tp/TODO. Remove anything related with inde


From: Patrice Dumas
Subject: branch master updated: Update tp/TODO. Remove anything related with index splitting.
Date: Mon, 30 Aug 2021 09:21:27 -0400

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     new 4dd2e5e  Update tp/TODO.  Remove anything related with index splitting.
4dd2e5e is described below

commit 4dd2e5eec88c162300860bdcd36b4d1aa21c0320
Author: Patrice Dumas <pertusus@free.fr>
AuthorDate: Mon Aug 30 15:20:57 2021 +0200

    Update tp/TODO.  Remove anything related with index splitting.
---
 tp/TODO                          | 26 ++++++--------------------
 tp/tests/indices/index_test.init |  6 ------
 tp/tests/indices/list-of-tests   | 15 ---------------
 3 files changed, 6 insertions(+), 41 deletions(-)

diff --git a/tp/TODO b/tp/TODO
index cbe5272..65ec19e 100644
--- a/tp/TODO
+++ b/tp/TODO
@@ -13,6 +13,7 @@ xmllint --nonet --noout --valid commands.xml
 Before next release
 ===================
 
+document_warn document_error file_line_warn  file_line_error
 
 Bugs
 ====
@@ -52,9 +53,6 @@ In Plaintext, @quotation text should have the right margin 
narrowed.
 
 Text after @bye should be kept as is when redoing Texinfo.
 
-@-commands in index entries are transliterated when sorting, they should
-certainly be converted to unicode instead.
-
 Sorting of index entries should be locale dependent and sort properly
 unicode sorting.
 my $collator = Unicode::Collate::Locale->new('locale' => $locale_name, 
'normalization' => 'NFKD')
@@ -107,8 +105,9 @@ In fact @image is completly formatted outside of usual 
formatting containers.
 Not sure what should be the right way?
 test in info_test/image_and_punctuation
 
-There should be a warning for something like
-@example text
+There should be a warning for block commands without argument
+that have an argument on their line, like:
+@blockcmd text
 ...
 
 Image on sectioning command line haven't their length ignored correctly.
@@ -138,8 +137,7 @@ to a possible test of CASE_INSENSITIVE_FILENAMES.
 
 Unit test of end_line_count for Texinfo/Convert/Paragraph.pm .... containers.
 
-In html test empty @top for title, with different cases for 
-setcontentsaftertit* and for anchors.
+In html test empty @top for title, with different cases for anchors.
 
 Test @sc{@aa{}} and @sc{@'e} in HTML with 8bit and utf8, with and without
 enable encoding and entities.
@@ -176,9 +174,6 @@ Check the design of the HTML.pm API.  Document the API, in 
particular
 everything in Texinfo::Config.  Add an API for everything used in the 
 default functions, for example in page_head, use $self->title_string() 
 and so on and so forth.  
-Functions to document for HTML API (many more are missing!):
-sectioning_command_target_name
-node_target_name
 
 Implement what is proposed in HTML Cross Reference Mismatch.
 
@@ -251,11 +246,7 @@ Interrogations and remarks
 Instead of _set_global_multiple_commands and _unset_global_multiple_commands
 have a better granularity and do something per command, with the possibility
 to really revert everything, including things that are not set by set_conf.
-(There is a FIXME in the code).  This is not that important, now that the 
-actual case that was problematic (setting encodings as a side effect of 
-setting @documentencoding) is not supported anymore.  (Now the encoding is
-set at the initialization of the converter and should be changed by setting
-the correct customization variable, in general OUTPUT_ENCODING_NAME).
+(There is a FIXME in the code).
 
 Should more Converter ignore the last new line (with type 
 last_raw_newline) of a raw block format?
@@ -290,8 +281,6 @@ specific list of formats could be passed to 
Convert::Text::convert, which
 would be different (for example Info and Plaintext even if converting HTML).
 This requires a test, to begin with.
 
-Use INLINE_INSERTCOPYING as the default for some formats?
-
 In HTML, HEADERS is used.  But not in other modules, especially not in
 Plaintext.pm or Info.pm, this is determined by the module used (Plaintext.pm
 or Info.pm).  No idea whether it is right or wrong.
@@ -325,9 +314,6 @@ The @FIGURE @macro is, for html:
 
 Add @value to the corresponding commands categories?
 
-tests .init file not relevant since indices cannot be split anymore
-indices/index_test.init     
-
 Use of specialized synopsis in DocBook is not a priority and it is not even 
 obvious that it is interesting to do so.  The following notes explain the
 possibilities and issues extensively.
diff --git a/tp/tests/indices/index_test.init b/tp/tests/indices/index_test.init
deleted file mode 100644
index 8e66350..0000000
--- a/tp/tests/indices/index_test.init
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,6 +0,0 @@
-
-set_default('SPLIT', 'chapter');
-
-# if set and $SPLIT is set, then split index pages at the next letter
-# after they have more than that many entries
-set_default('SPLIT_INDEX', 6);
diff --git a/tp/tests/indices/list-of-tests b/tp/tests/indices/list-of-tests
index 6b36168..6b0edcb 100644
--- a/tp/tests/indices/list-of-tests
+++ b/tp/tests/indices/list-of-tests
@@ -1,16 +1,5 @@
 # formats :_info
 
-#split_chapter_index split_chapter_index.texi --split chapter --init 
index_test.init
-#index_split index_split.texi --split chapter --init index_test.init
-#makeinfo_index_split index_split.texi --init makeinfo.pm --init 
index_test.init
-#index_no_node index_no_node.texi --split chapter --init index_test.init
-#nodes_before_top nodes_before_top.texi -c 'USE_NODES 1' --init 
index_test.init --split chapter
-#makeinfo_nodes_before_top nodes_before_top.texi --init makeinfo.pm --init 
index_test.init --split node --no-node-files
-# there is no sectioning command in nodes_before_top.texi, so when called as
-# texi2html there is nothing split, including indices. 
-#nodes_before_top_no_nodes nodes_before_top.texi --init index_test.init 
--split chapter
-#nodes_before_top_and_sections nodes_before_top_and_sections.texi --init 
index_test.init --split chapter
-#makeinfo_nodes_before_top_and_sections nodes_before_top_and_sections.texi 
--init makeinfo.pm --init index_test.init
 nodes_before_top_and_sections_html_chapter nodes_before_top_and_sections.texi 
--html --split chapter
 nodes_before_top_and_sections_html_chapter_nodes 
nodes_before_top_and_sections.texi --html -c 'USE_NODES 1' --node-files --split 
chapter
 index_special_region index_special_region.texi --split chapter -c 
'USE_TITLEPAGE_FOR_TITLE 0'
@@ -20,17 +9,13 @@ index_special_region_html index_special_region.texi --html 
--split chapter
 index_special_region_no_region_html index_special_region_no_region.texi --html 
--split chapter
 index_special_region_no_insertcopying_html 
index_special_region_no_insertcopying.texi --html --split chapter
 index_nodes index_nodes.texi
-#makeinfo_index_nodes index_nodes.texi --init makeinfo.pm --init 
index_test.init  --split node
 index_nodes_nodes index_nodes.texi -c 'USE_NODES 1' --split node
-#printindex_between_node_section printindex_between_node_section.texi --init 
index_test.init --node-files
 printindex_between_node_section printindex_between_node_section.texi 
--node-files
-#printindex_between_part_chapter printindex_between_part_chapter.texi --init 
index_test.init
 printindex_between_part_chapter printindex_between_part_chapter.texi
 index_and_node_same_name index_and_node_same_name.texi
 index_entry_in_footnote index_entry_in_footnote.texi
 index_one_node index_one_node.texi
 index_no_node_no_top index_no_node_no_top.texi
-#same_doc_nr_split_index_and_element same_doc_nr_split_index_and_element.texi 
--init index_test.init --split node --node-files
 
 index_entry_in_footnote_info index_entry_in_footnote.texi --info
 index_entry_in_footnote_separated_info index_entry_in_footnote.texi --info 
--footnote-style=separate



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