[latexrefman] Layout of sectional units

Vincent Belaïche vincent.belaiche at gmail.com
Sun Sep 6 20:30:27 CEST 2020

So just to recap, the following (in node \part):

(@pxref{Sectioning/secnumdepth} and @pxref{Sectioning/tocdepth}).

should be replaced by:

(@pxref{Sectioning/secnumdepth}, and @ref{Sectioning/tocdepth}).

Le sam. 5 sept. 2020 à 23:11, Karl Berry <karl at freefriends.org> a écrit :
>       Use @ref{verbatim} instead.
> This is not correct.  I repeat, since apparently you didn't believe me,
> all @*ref commands should be followed by punctuation. In all
> languages. That's the way Texinfo is designed (unfortunately, but it
> can't be changed now).
> If you look at the Texinfo manual, you'll see why. In TeX, the output of
>   @xref{foo} bar.
> is (for whatever page number)
>   See foo, p.100 bar.
> which is not correct. There has to be a comma after "p.100":
>   @xref{foo}, bar.
> is
>   See foo, p.100, bar.
> It is the same story for @pxref (which outputs a lowercase "see") and
> @ref (which does not output any "see"). The Texinfo manual has examples
> of all the cases. -k

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