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Re: 'Unknown command uref' in g77.texi


On Thu, 26 February 1998, 16:50:36, stefan@emskopp.a.shuttle.de (none) wrote:

 > Just to let you know:
 > cvs-egcs 980226 i0830 MET
 > target : hppa1.1-hp-hpux10.20
 > 
 > LOG:
 > make install
 > 
 > rm f/intdoc f/ansify f/intdoc.h0
 > /users/stefan/GNU/EGCS/texinfo/makeinfo/makeinfo  -I../../cvsegcs/egcs/gcc/f ../../cvsegcs/egcs/gcc/f/g77.texi -o f/g77.info
 > Making info file `f/g77.info' from `../../cvsegcs/egcs/gcc/f/g77.texi'.
 > ../../cvsegcs/egcs/gcc/f/g77.texi:3284: Unknown command `uref'.
 > ../../cvsegcs/egcs/gcc/f/g77.texi:3284: Misplaced `{'.
 > ../../cvsegcs/egcs/gcc/f/g77.texi:3284: Misplaced `}'.

Mon Mar  2 12:27:55 1998  Manfred Hollstein  <manfred@s-direktnet.de>

	* g77.texi: Use @url for citing URLs.

diff -rcp -x CVS -x *.o -x *.info* -x *.html* -x *.elc -x *.dvi -x *.orig -x *~ -x version.el egcs-980226.orig/gcc/f/g77.texi egcs-980226/gcc/f/g77.texi
*** egcs-980226.orig/gcc/f/g77.texi	Mon Feb 23 18:05:10 1998
--- egcs-980226/gcc/f/g77.texi	Fri Feb 27 11:30:00 1998
*************** users use @code{g77}.
*** 3281,3287 ****
  such changes to @code{g77}.
  
  To find out about existing bugs and ongoing plans for GNU
! Fortran, retrieve @uref{ftp://alpha.gnu.org/g77.plan}
  or, if you cannot do that, email
  @email{fortran@@gnu.org} asking for a recent copy of the
  GNU Fortran @file{.plan} file.
--- 3281,3287 ----
  such changes to @code{g77}.
  
  To find out about existing bugs and ongoing plans for GNU
! Fortran, retrieve @url{ftp://alpha.gnu.org/g77.plan}
  or, if you cannot do that, email
  @email{fortran@@gnu.org} asking for a recent copy of the
  GNU Fortran @file{.plan} file.
*************** way through the compilation process inst
*** 3729,3736 ****
  GNU Fortran supports a variety of extensions to, and dialects
  of, the Fortran language.
  Its primary base is the ANSI FORTRAN 77 standard, currently available on
! the network at @uref{http://kumo.swcp.com/fortran/F77_std/f77_std.html}
! or in @uref{ftp://ftp.ast.cam.ac.uk/pub/michael/}.
  It offers some extensions that are popular among users
  of UNIX @code{f77} and @code{f2c} compilers, some that
  are popular among users of other compilers (such as Digital
--- 3729,3736 ----
  GNU Fortran supports a variety of extensions to, and dialects
  of, the Fortran language.
  Its primary base is the ANSI FORTRAN 77 standard, currently available on
! the network at @url{http://kumo.swcp.com/fortran/F77_std/f77_std.html}
! or in @url{ftp://ftp.ast.cam.ac.uk/pub/michael/}.
  It offers some extensions that are popular among users
  of UNIX @code{f77} and @code{f2c} compilers, some that
  are popular among users of other compilers (such as Digital
*************** options @code{g77} passes by running @sa
*** 7904,7910 ****
  @cindex cfortran.h
  @cindex Netlib
  Even if you don't actually use it as a compiler, @samp{f2c} from
! @uref{ftp://ftp.netlib.org/f2c/src}, can be a useful tool when you're
  interfacing (linking) Fortran and C@.
  @xref{f2c Skeletons and Prototypes,,Generating Skeletons and Prototypes with @code{f2c}}.
  
--- 7904,7910 ----
  @cindex cfortran.h
  @cindex Netlib
  Even if you don't actually use it as a compiler, @samp{f2c} from
! @url{ftp://ftp.netlib.org/f2c/src}, can be a useful tool when you're
  interfacing (linking) Fortran and C@.
  @xref{f2c Skeletons and Prototypes,,Generating Skeletons and Prototypes with @code{f2c}}.
  
*************** build the @file{src} directory from the 
*** 7914,7920 ****
  @code{f2c} program on your path.
  
  Something else that might be useful is @samp{cfortran.h} from
! @uref{ftp://zebra/desy.de/cfortran}.
  This is a fairly general tool which
  can be used to generate interfaces for calling in both directions
  between Fortran and C@.
--- 7914,7920 ----
  @code{f2c} program on your path.
  
  Something else that might be useful is @samp{cfortran.h} from
! @url{ftp://zebra/desy.de/cfortran}.
  This is a fairly general tool which
  can be used to generate interfaces for calling in both directions
  between Fortran and C@.
*************** the return type of a @code{REAL} @code{F
*** 7958,7965 ****
  @samp{-P} option to generate C prototypes appropriate for calling the
  Fortran.@footnote{The files generated like this can also be used for
  inter-unit consistency checking of dummy and actual arguments, although
! the @samp{ftnchek} tool from @uref{ftp://ftp.netlib.org/fortran}
! or @uref{ftp://ftp.dsm.fordham.edu} is
  probably better for this purpose.}
  If the Fortran code containing any
  routines to be called from C is in file @file{joe.f}, use the command
--- 7958,7965 ----
  @samp{-P} option to generate C prototypes appropriate for calling the
  Fortran.@footnote{The files generated like this can also be used for
  inter-unit consistency checking of dummy and actual arguments, although
! the @samp{ftnchek} tool from @url{ftp://ftp.netlib.org/fortran}
! or @url{ftp://ftp.dsm.fordham.edu} is
  probably better for this purpose.}
  If the Fortran code containing any
  routines to be called from C is in file @file{joe.f}, use the command
*************** or installing @code{g77} is not provided
*** 10201,10207 ****
  
  To find out about major bugs discovered in the current release and
  possible workarounds for them, retrieve
! @uref{ftp://alpha.gnu.org/g77.plan}.
  
  (Note that some of this portion of the manual is lifted
  directly from the @code{gcc} manual, with minor modifications
--- 10201,10207 ----
  
  To find out about major bugs discovered in the current release and
  possible workarounds for them, retrieve
! @url{ftp://alpha.gnu.org/g77.plan}.
  
  (Note that some of this portion of the manual is lifted
  directly from the @code{gcc} manual, with minor modifications
*************** their use into selective changes in your
*** 12310,12323 ****
  @pindex ftncheck
  Validate your code with @code{ftnchek} or a similar code-checking
  tool.
! @code{ftncheck} can be found at @uref{ftp://ftp.netlib.org/fortran}
! or @uref{ftp://ftp.dsm.fordham.edu}.
  
  @pindex make
  @cindex Makefile example
  Here are some sample @file{Makefile} rules using @code{ftnchek}
  ``project'' files to do cross-file checking and @code{sfmakedepend}
! (from @uref{ftp://ahab.rutgers.edu/pub/perl/sfmakedepend})
  to maintain dependencies automatically.
  These assume the use of GNU @code{make}.
  
--- 12310,12323 ----
  @pindex ftncheck
  Validate your code with @code{ftnchek} or a similar code-checking
  tool.
! @code{ftncheck} can be found at @url{ftp://ftp.netlib.org/fortran}
! or @url{ftp://ftp.dsm.fordham.edu}.
  
  @pindex make
  @cindex Makefile example
  Here are some sample @file{Makefile} rules using @code{ftnchek}
  ``project'' files to do cross-file checking and @code{sfmakedepend}
! (from @url{ftp://ahab.rutgers.edu/pub/perl/sfmakedepend})
  to maintain dependencies automatically.
  These assume the use of GNU @code{make}.
  


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