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[gawk-diffs] [SCM] gawk branch, cmake, updated. gawk-4.1.0-733-ga95fcda

From: Juergen Kahrs
Subject: [gawk-diffs] [SCM] gawk branch, cmake, updated. gawk-4.1.0-733-ga95fcda
Date: Sun, 24 Aug 2014 14:41:44 +0000

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commit a95fcdabe6db429ece0819ca30702249874a8078
Author: Juergen Kahrs <address@hidden>
Date:   Sun Aug 24 16:40:39 2014 +0200

    New document using-git.texi contains structural outline only.

diff --git a/doc/ b/doc/
index 8a0442a..91a7f58 100644
--- a/doc/
+++ b/doc/
@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@
 ## process this file with automake to produce
-info_TEXINFOS = gawk.texi gawkinet.texi
+info_TEXINFOS = gawk.texi gawkinet.texi using-git.texi
 man_MANS = gawk.1
@@ -50,7 +50,7 @@ EXTRA_DIST = ChangeLog ChangeLog.0 README.card ad.block 
setter.outline \
 # Get rid of generated files when cleaning
-CLEANFILES = *.ps *.html *.dvi *~ gawk.pdf gawkinet.pdf 
awkcard.pdf gawk.1.pdf
+CLEANFILES = *.ps *.html *.dvi *~ gawk.pdf gawkinet.pdf 
using-git.pdf awkcard.pdf gawk.1.pdf
 MAKEINFO = @MAKEINFO@ --no-split --force
@@ -75,9 +75,9 @@ AWKCARD =
 gawk.texi: $(srcdir)/ $(srcdir)/sidebar.awk
        awk -f $(srcdir)/sidebar.awk < $(srcdir)/ > gawk.texi
-postscript: $(AWKCARD)
+postscript: $(AWKCARD)
-pdf: postscript gawk.pdf gawkinet.pdf awkcard.pdf gawk.1.pdf
+pdf: postscript gawk.pdf gawkinet.pdf using-git.pdf awkcard.pdf gawk.1.pdf gawk.dvi
        TEXINPUTS=$(srcdir): dvips -o gawk.dvi
@@ -85,6 +85,9 @@ gawk.dvi gawkinet.dvi
        TEXINPUTS=$(srcdir): dvips -o gawkinet.dvi using-git.dvi
+       TEXINPUTS=$(srcdir): dvips -o using-git.dvi
+ gawk.1
        -groff -man $(srcdir)/gawk.1 >
diff --git a/doc/ b/doc/
index d89beff..ba3ee73 100644
--- a/doc/
+++ b/doc/
@@ -164,13 +164,14 @@ AM_V_texidevnull = $(address@hidden@)
 am__v_texidevnull_ = $(address@hidden@)
 am__v_texidevnull_0 = > /dev/null
 am__v_texidevnull_1 = 
-INFO_DEPS = $(srcdir)/ $(srcdir)/
+INFO_DEPS = $(srcdir)/ $(srcdir)/ \
+       $(srcdir)/
 am__TEXINFO_TEX_DIR = $(srcdir)
-DVIS = gawk.dvi gawkinet.dvi
-PDFS = gawk.pdf gawkinet.pdf
-PSS =
-HTMLS = gawk.html gawkinet.html
-TEXINFOS = gawk.texi gawkinet.texi
+DVIS = gawk.dvi gawkinet.dvi using-git.dvi
+PDFS = gawk.pdf gawkinet.pdf using-git.pdf
+PSS =
+HTMLS = gawk.html gawkinet.html using-git.html
+TEXINFOS = gawk.texi gawkinet.texi using-git.texi
 TEXI2DVI = texi2dvi
 TEXI2PDF = $(TEXI2DVI) --pdf --batch
@@ -340,7 +341,7 @@ target_alias = @target_alias@
 top_build_prefix = @top_build_prefix@
 top_builddir = @top_builddir@
 top_srcdir = @top_srcdir@
-info_TEXINFOS = gawk.texi gawkinet.texi
+info_TEXINFOS = gawk.texi gawkinet.texi using-git.texi
 man_MANS = gawk.1
 EXTRA_DIST = ChangeLog ChangeLog.0 README.card ad.block setter.outline \ awkforai.txt texinfo.tex cardfonts \
@@ -365,7 +366,7 @@ EXTRA_DIST = ChangeLog ChangeLog.0 README.card ad.block 
setter.outline \
 # Get rid of generated files when cleaning
-CLEANFILES = *.ps *.html *.dvi *~ gawk.pdf gawkinet.pdf 
awkcard.pdf gawk.1.pdf
+CLEANFILES = *.ps *.html *.dvi *~ gawk.pdf gawkinet.pdf 
using-git.pdf awkcard.pdf gawk.1.pdf
 TROFF = groff -t -Tps -U
 SEDME = sed -e "s/^level0 restore/level0 restore flashme 100 72 moveto 
(Copyright `date '+%m-%d-%y %T'`, FSF, Inc. (all)) show/" \
                -e "s/^\/level0 save def/\/level0 save def 30 -48 translate/"
@@ -467,6 +468,10 @@ $(srcdir)/ gawkinet.texi
 gawkinet.dvi: gawkinet.texi 
 gawkinet.pdf: gawkinet.texi 
 gawkinet.html: gawkinet.texi 
+$(srcdir)/ using-git.texi 
+using-git.dvi: using-git.texi 
+using-git.pdf: using-git.texi 
+using-git.html: using-git.texi
        $(DVIPS) $(AM_V_texinfo) -o $@ $<
@@ -548,13 +553,16 @@ dist-info: $(INFO_DEPS)
-       -rm -rf gawk.t2d gawk.t2p gawkinet.t2d gawkinet.t2p
+       -rm -rf gawk.t2d gawk.t2p gawkinet.t2d gawkinet.t2p using-git.t2d \
+         using-git.t2p
        -test -z "gawk.dvi gawk.pdf gawk.html gawkinet.dvi gawkinet.pdf 
- gawkinet.html" \
+ gawkinet.html using-git.dvi using-git.pdf \
+ using-git.html" \
        || rm -rf gawk.dvi gawk.pdf gawk.html gawkinet.dvi gawkinet.pdf 
- gawkinet.html
+ gawkinet.html using-git.dvi using-git.pdf \
+ using-git.html
        @list='$(INFO_DEPS)'; for i in $$list; do \
@@ -869,9 +877,9 @@ uninstall-man: uninstall-man1
 gawk.texi: $(srcdir)/ $(srcdir)/sidebar.awk
        awk -f $(srcdir)/sidebar.awk < $(srcdir)/ > gawk.texi
-postscript: $(AWKCARD)
+postscript: $(AWKCARD)
-pdf: postscript gawk.pdf gawkinet.pdf awkcard.pdf gawk.1.pdf
+pdf: postscript gawk.pdf gawkinet.pdf using-git.pdf awkcard.pdf gawk.1.pdf gawk.dvi
        TEXINPUTS=$(srcdir): dvips -o gawk.dvi
@@ -879,6 +887,9 @@ gawk.dvi gawkinet.dvi
        TEXINPUTS=$(srcdir): dvips -o gawkinet.dvi using-git.dvi
+       TEXINPUTS=$(srcdir): dvips -o using-git.dvi
+ gawk.1
        -groff -man $(srcdir)/gawk.1 >
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+++ b/doc/using-git.texi
@@ -0,0 +1,810 @@
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