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[libstdc++] Adjust to the new location of the C++ ABI

On Thu, 30 Mar 2017, Gerald Pfeifer wrote:
> (Jonathan, I'm going to take care of the libstdc++/doc links as
> well in case you wonder.)

Done thusly.

Jonathan, do you think one of the three references in 
doc/xml/manual/abi.xml could be avoided?  That'll make it easier 
next time this document moves. :-}

(Also, if you could regenerate and upload the docs?)


2017-04-12  Gerald Pfeifer  <>

	* doc/xml/faq.xml: Update reference link to C++ ABI for Itanium.
	* doc/xml/manual/abi.xml. Ditto (thrice).

Index: doc/xml/faq.xml
--- doc/xml/faq.xml	(revision 246859)
+++ doc/xml/faq.xml	(working copy)
@@ -1213,7 +1213,7 @@
     details than for C, and most CPU designers (for good reasons elaborated
     below) have not stepped up to publish C++ ABIs.  Such an ABI has been
     defined for the Itanium architecture (see
-    <link xmlns:xlink=""; xlink:href="";>C++
+    <link xmlns:xlink=""; xlink:href="";>C++
     ABI for Itanium</link>) and that is used by G++ and other compilers
     as the de facto standard ABI on many common architectures (including x86).
     G++ can also use the ARM architecture's EABI, for embedded
Index: doc/xml/manual/abi.xml
--- doc/xml/manual/abi.xml	(revision 246859)
+++ doc/xml/manual/abi.xml	(working copy)
@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@
   virtual functions, etc. These details are defined as the compiler
   Application Binary Interface, or ABI. The GNU C++ compiler uses an
   industry-standard C++ ABI starting with version 3. Details can be
-  found in the <link xmlns:xlink=""; xlink:href="";>ABI
+  found in the <link xmlns:xlink=""; xlink:href="";>ABI
@@ -757,7 +757,7 @@
 the way the compiler deals with this class in by-value return
 statements or parameters: instead of passing instances of this
 class in registers, the compiler will be forced to use memory. See the
-section on <link xmlns:xlink=""; xlink:href="";>Function
+section on <link xmlns:xlink=""; xlink:href="";>Function
 Calling Conventions and APIs</link>
  of the C++ ABI documentation for further details.
@@ -1115,7 +1115,7 @@
     <biblioentry xml:id="biblio.cxxabi">
 	<link xmlns:xlink="";
-	      xlink:href="";>
+	      xlink:href="";>
 	  C++ ABI Summary

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