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From: Karl Berry
Subject: address@hidden: documentation error in m4 online help]
Date: Sat, 20 May 2006 13:11:04 -0500

Bob, thanks for the report.  The current version of m4 (1.4.4) does have
an updated address for reporting bugs in the README, address@hidden

As for the Emacs reference, cross-manual references in HTML output from
Texinfo manuals are something not completely worked out at this point.
What's needed is some configuration file to allow specifying what to do
with them.  I've had some discussion about this, but haven't implemented
anything yet.

I don't think the m4 manual really needs to do anything at this point,
unless you folks feel like going to the extraordinary measure of
postprocessing the HTML output with a sed/perl/whatever script to fix
the href.

Karl (Texinfo maintainer, supposedly :)

Date: Fri, 19 May 2006 20:43:42 -0300
From: Bob Badour <address@hidden>
To: address@hidden
Subject: documentation error in m4 online help

In the section on regular expressions, the link to the emacs
documentation for the regular expression syntax is bad.

Where you have the relative url in the href at
<a href="emacs.html#Regexps">Syntax of Regular Expressions</a>

You need to have the absolute url
http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/emacs.html#Regexps instead:
of Regular Expressions</a>

Currently, it link gets a 404 trying to load a page at

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