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Re: [PATCH] Fix Texinfo usage in pexecute.txh

"Eli Zaretskii" <> writes:

>> From: Andreas Jaeger <>
>> Cc:,
>> Date: Sat, 14 May 2005 11:23:13 +0200
>> > 	* pexecute.txh: Enclose multi-word data types in @deftypefn in
>> > 	braces.  Minor wording fixes.  Use --- for em-dash.  Use
>> em-dash?  I don't see any changes like this in your patch
> It's in this hunk:
>     @@ -71,7 +71,7 @@
>      The standard input (output) of the program should be read (written) in
>      binary mode rather than text mode.  These flags are ignored on systems
>      which do not distinguish binary mode and text mode, such as Unix.  For
>     -proper behavior these flags should match appropriately--a call to
>     +proper behavior these flags should match appropriately---a call to
>      @code{pex_run} using @code{PEX_BINARY_OUTPUT} should be followed by a
>      call using @code{PEX_BINARY_INPUT}.
>      @end table
> See that "---"?  That's what produces em-dash in print.  The original
> was using "--", which produces a single hyphen in print; that is not
> what we want here.

Argh, I looked for " --- " instead of "---".  This looks fine indeed.

Btw. shouldn't there be spaces around this one?

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