[latexrefman-commits] [SCM] latexrefman updated: r847 - trunk

karl at gnu.org.ua karl at gnu.org.ua
Tue Dec 1 00:22:27 CET 2020

Author: karl
Date: 2020-12-01 01:22:26 +0200 (Tue, 01 Dec 2020)
New Revision: 847

url updates

Modified: trunk/ChangeLog
--- trunk/ChangeLog	2020-11-30 02:08:39 UTC (rev 846)
+++ trunk/ChangeLog	2020-11-30 23:22:26 UTC (rev 847)
@@ -1,3 +1,11 @@
+2020-11-30  Karl Berry  <karl at freefriends.org>
+	* Makefile (t2html_top): https://tug.org.
+2020-11-30  Pablo Gonz\'alez L"  <pablgonz at educarchile.cl>
+	* latex2e.texi: update urls to https, etc.
 2020-11-29  Karl Berry  <karl at freefriends.org>
 	* latex2e.texi (\write18): mention the shellesc package.

Modified: trunk/Makefile
--- trunk/Makefile	2020-11-30 02:08:39 UTC (rev 846)
+++ trunk/Makefile	2020-11-30 23:22:26 UTC (rev 847)
@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@
 htmlopts = --html --css-include=latex2e.css $(t2html_top) $(t2html_home) -c WORDS_IN_PAGE=10000
 # Go somewhere useful from Top:
-t2html_top = -c TOP_NODE_UP_URL=http://tug.org/texinfohtml/
+t2html_top = -c TOP_NODE_UP_URL=https://tug.org/texinfohtml/
 # Put a link in the footer:
 t2html_home = -c PRE_BODY_CLOSE="<hr/><div class='referenceinfo'>\

Modified: trunk/latex2e.texi
--- trunk/latex2e.texi	2020-11-30 02:08:39 UTC (rev 846)
+++ trunk/latex2e.texi	2020-11-30 23:22:26 UTC (rev 847)
@@ -194,10 +194,10 @@
 you can get the sources, subscribe to the mailing list or read its
 archives, see other infrastructure, and get the current output in
 various formats.  In particular, the output comes in two web formats.
-Probably the most convenient one, shown at @url{http://latexref.xyz/},
+Probably the most convenient one, shown at @url{https://latexref.xyz/},
 has pages for each topic and so is good for a quick lookup; see also the
 note there about easy-to-remember links.  The other, shown at
- at url{http://svn.gnu.org.ua/viewvc/latexrefman/trunk/latex2e.html?view=co},
+ at url{https://latexref.xyz/dev/latex2e.html},
 has all the information on single page.
 @cindex @LaTeX{} vs.@: @LaTeX{}2e
@@ -209,7 +209,7 @@
 @cindex @LaTeX{} Project team
 @findex @email{@value{LTXREFMAN_BUGS}} @r{email address}
 @LaTeX{} is maintained by a small group of volunteers
-(@url{http://latex-project.org}).  The official documentation written
+(@url{https://latex-project.org}).  The official documentation written
 by the @LaTeX{} project is available from their web site.  The present
 document is completely unofficial and has not been reviewed by the
 @LaTeX{} maintainers.
@@ -223,29 +223,29 @@
 @table @url
- at item http://ctan.org/pkg/latex-doc-ptr
+ at item https://ctan.org/pkg/latex-doc-ptr
 @findex latex-doc-ptr @r{document}
 Two pages of recommended references to @LaTeX{} documentation.
- at item http://ctan.org/pkg/first-latex-doc
+ at item https://ctan.org/pkg/first-latex-doc
 @findex first-latex-doc @r{document}
 Writing your first document, with a bit of both text and math.
- at item http://ctan.org/pkg/first-packages
+ at item https://ctan.org/pkg/first-packages
 @findex first-packages @r{document}
 Recommendations for @LaTeX{} packages for basic needs.
- at item http://ctan.org/pkg/usrguide
+ at item https://ctan.org/pkg/usrguide
 @findex usrguide @r{official documentation}
 The guide for document authors that is maintained as part of @LaTeX{}.
 Many other guides by many other people are also available, independent
 of @LaTeX{} itself; one such is the next item:
- at item http://ctan.org/pkg/lshort
+ at item https://ctan.org/pkg/lshort
 @findex lshort @r{document}
 A short introduction to @LaTeX{}, translated to many languages.
- at item http://tug.org/begin.html
+ at item https://tug.org/begin.html
 Introduction to the @TeX{} system, including @LaTeX{}, with further
@@ -263,7 +263,7 @@
 @LaTeX{} is a system for typesetting documents.  It was originally
 created by Leslie Lamport and is now maintained by a group of volunteers
-(@url{http://latex-project.org}).  It is widely used, particularly for
+(@url{https://latex-project.org}).  It is widely used, particularly for
 complex and technical documents, such as those involving mathematics.
 @cindex macro package, @LaTeX{} as
@@ -454,14 +454,14 @@
 @findex etex @r{command}
 @cindex e- at TeX{}
 @anchor{tex engines latex}
-In @TeX{} Live (@url{http://tug.org/texlive}), if @LaTeX{} is invoked
+In @TeX{} Live (@url{https://tug.org/texlive}), if @LaTeX{} is invoked
 via either the system command @command{latex} or @command{pdflatex},
-then the pdf at TeX{} engine is run (@url{http://ctan.org/pkg/pdftex}).
+then the pdf at TeX{} engine is run (@url{https://ctan.org/pkg/pdftex}).
 When invoked as @command{latex}, the main output is a @file{.dvi}
 file; as @command{pdflatex}, the main output is a @file{.pdf} file.
 pdf at TeX{} incorporates the e- at TeX{} extensions to Knuth's original
-program (@url{http://ctan.org/pkg/etex}), including additional
+program (@url{https://ctan.org/pkg/etex}), including additional
 programming features and bi-directional typesetting, and has plenty of
 extensions of its own.  e- at TeX{} is available on its own as the system
 command @command{etex}, but this is plain @TeX{} (and produces
@@ -476,7 +476,7 @@
 @cindex Lua at TeX{}
 @anchor{tex engines lualatex}
 If @LaTeX{} is invoked via the system command @command{lualatex}, the
-Lua at TeX{} engine is run (@url{http://ctan.org/pkg/luatex}).  This
+Lua at TeX{} engine is run (@url{https://ctan.org/pkg/luatex}).  This
 program allows code written in the scripting language Lua
 (@url{http://luatex.org}) to interact with @TeX{}'s typesetting.
 Lua at TeX{} handles UTF-8 Unicode input natively, can handle OpenType
@@ -491,7 +491,7 @@
 @findex xdvipdfmx
 @anchor{tex engines xelatex}
 If @LaTeX{} is invoked with the system command @command{xelatex}, the
-Xe at TeX{} engine is run (@url{http://tug.org/xetex}).  Like Lua at TeX{},
+Xe at TeX{} engine is run (@url{https://tug.org/xetex}).  Like Lua at TeX{},
 Xe at TeX{} natively supports UTF-8 Unicode and TrueType and OpenType
 fonts, though the implementation is completely different, mainly using
 external libraries instead of internal code.  Xe at TeX{} produces a
@@ -506,7 +506,7 @@
 Other variants of @LaTeX{} and @TeX{} exist, e.g., to provide
 additional support for Japanese and other languages ([u]p at TeX{},
- at url{http://ctan.org/pkg/ptex}, @url{http://ctan.org/pkg/uptex}).
+ at url{https://ctan.org/pkg/ptex}, @url{https://ctan.org/pkg/uptex}).
 @node @LaTeX{} command syntax
@@ -974,7 +974,7 @@
 For more, see the official guide for class and package writers, the
 Class Guide, at
- at url{http://www.latex-project.org/help/documentation/clsguide.pdf} (much
+ at url{https://www.latex-project.org/help/documentation/clsguide.pdf} (much
 of the descriptions here derive from this document), or the tutorial
@@ -1426,7 +1426,7 @@
 preamble gives you a Palatino-like font, which is handsome and more
 readable online than many other fonts, while still allowing you to
 typeset mathematics.  (This example is from Michael Sharpe,
- at url{http://math.ucsd.edu/~msharpe/RcntFnts.pdf}.)
+ at url{https://math.ucsd.edu/~msharpe/RcntFnts.pdf}.)
 \usepackage[osf]@{newpxtext@} % osf for text, not math
@@ -1441,7 +1441,7 @@
 you to use any fonts on your system that are in OpenType or TrueType
 format (@pxref{@TeX{} engines}).
-The @LaTeX{} Font Catalogue @url{https://www.tug.dk/FontCatalogue/} shows
+The @LaTeX{} Font Catalogue (@url{https://tug.org/FontCatalogue}) shows
 font sample graphics and copy-and-pasteable source to use many fonts,
 including many with support for mathematics.  It aims to cover all Latin
 alphabet free fonts available for easy use with @LaTeX{}.
@@ -2231,7 +2231,7 @@
 (but not other styles; there are no italic old-style numerals in
 Computer Modern).  Many other fonts have old-style numerals also;
 sometimes package options are provided to make them the default.  FAQ
-entry: @url{http://www.tex.ac.uk/cgi-bin/texfaq2html?label=osf}.
+entry: @url{https://www.texfaq.org/FAQ-osf}.
 @node Font sizes
@@ -2344,7 +2344,7 @@
 @cindex families, of fonts
 @cindex font catalogue
 Select the font family.  The web page
- at url{http://www.tug.dk/FontCatalogue/} provides one way to browse
+ at url{https://tug.org/FontCatalogue/} provides one way to browse
 through many of the fonts easily used with @LaTeX{}.  Here are
 examples of some common families.
@@ -2996,7 +2996,7 @@
 allowed for full-width floats (@code{figure*}) with double-column
 output.  To ameliorate this, use the @file{stfloats} or
 @file{dblfloatfix} package, but see the discussion at caveats in the
-FAQ: @url{http://www.tex.ac.uk/cgi-bin/texfaq2html?label=2colfloat}.
+FAQ: @url{https://www.texfaq.org/FAQ-2colfloat}.
 @item h
 (Here)---at the position in the text where the @code{figure} environment
@@ -3008,7 +3008,7 @@
 To absolutely force a float to appear ``here'', you can
 @code{\usepackage@{float@}} and use the @code{H} specifier which it
 defines.  For further discussion, see the FAQ entry at
- at url{http://www.tex.ac.uk/cgi-bin/texfaq2html?label=figurehere}.
+ at url{https://www.texfaq.org/FAQ-figurehere}.
 @item p
 @cindex float page
@@ -3136,13 +3136,13 @@
 @end ftable
 The principal @TeX{}@tie{}FAQ entry relating to floats
- at url{http://www.tex.ac.uk/cgi-bin/texfaq2html?label=floats} contains
+ at url{https://www.texfaq.org/FAQ-floats} contains
 suggestions for relaxing @LaTeX{}'s default parameters to reduce the
 problem of floats being pushed to the end.  A full explanation of the
 float placement algorithm is in Frank Mittelbach's article ``How to
 influence the position of float environments like figure and table in
 @node Sectioning
@@ -4924,7 +4924,7 @@
 The @code{eqnarray} environment is obsolete.  It has infelicities,
 including spacing that is inconsistent with other mathematics elements.
 (See ``Avoid eqnarray!''@: by Lars Madsen
- at url{http://tug.org/TUGboat/tb33-1/tb103madsen.pdf}).  New documents
+ at url{https://tug.org/TUGboat/tb33-1/tb103madsen.pdf}).  New documents
 should include the @file{amsmath} package and use the displayed
 mathematics environments provided there, such as the @code{align}
 environment.  We include a description only for completeness and for
@@ -9298,7 +9298,7 @@
 \providecommand@{\myaffiliation@}@{Saint Michael's College@}
 \providecommand@{\myaffiliation@}@{Saint Michael's College@}
-From \myaffiliation.
+>From \myaffiliation.
 @end example
@@ -9350,7 +9350,7 @@
 For a comprehensive list of macros with an at-sign in their names see
- at url{http://ctan.org/pkg/macros2e}.
+ at url{https://ctan.org/pkg/macros2e}.
 In this example the class file has a command
 @code{\thesis@@universityname} that the user wants to change.  These
@@ -18641,7 +18641,7 @@
 margin on the page where the entry appears.  This can help in preparing
 the index.  The @code{multind} package supports multiple indexes.  See
 also the @TeX{} FAQ entry on this topic,
- at url{http://www.tex.ac.uk/cgi-bin/texfaq2html?label=multind}.
+ at url{https://www.texfaq.org/FAQ-multind}.
 * \index::        Declare an index entry.

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