doc patch for INSTALL/OpenServer

Craig Burley
Tue Aug 11 10:21:00 GMT 1998

Some hand fix-ups that I think are proper vis-a-vis texinfo.  Mainly,
use of @samp{foo} instead of `foo' or 'foo', also it seems appropriate
to use @uref{} around what appears to be nearly a URL (and make it
a proper one).

        tq vm, (burley)

>Index: install.texi
>RCS file: /egcs/carton/cvsfiles/egcs/gcc/install.texi,v
>retrieving revision 1.21
>diff -u -p -r1.21 install.texi
>--- install.texi	1998/07/02 08:13:40	1.21
>+++ install.texi	1998/08/11 15:02:53
>@@ -992,11 +992,12 @@ Use this configuration for SCO release 3
> Use this for the SCO OpenServer Release family including 5.0.0, 5.0.2, 
> 5.0.4, 5.0.5, Internet FastStart 1.0, and Internet FastStart 1.1.
>-GNU CC can generate either ELF or COFF binaries.   ELF is the default.
>-To get COFF output, you must specify @samp{-mcoff}) on the command line.
>+GNU CC can generate COFF binaries if you specify @samp{-mcoff} or ELF
>+binaries, the default.    A full @samp{make bootstrap} is recommended
>+so that an ELF compiler that builds ELF is generated.                   
>-For 5.0.0 and 5.0.2, you must install TLS597 from
>-5.0.4 and later do not require this patch.
>+You must have TLS597 (from @uref{} ) installed for ELF
>+C++ binaries to work correctly on releases before 5.0.4. 
> The native SCO assembler that is provided with the OS at no charge
> is normally required.  If, however, you must be able to use the GNU
>@@ -1008,11 +1009,11 @@ option, you will be unable to build COFF
> result in non-obvious failures.  In general, the "--with-gnu-as" option
> isn't as well tested as the native assembler.
>-@emph{NOTE:} You must follow the instructions about invoking
>-@samp{make bootstrap} because the native OpenServer compiler builds
>-a @file{cc1plus} that will not correctly parse many valid C++ programs.
>-You must do a @samp{make bootstrap} if you are building with the native
>+@emph{NOTE:} If you are building C++, you must follow the instructions
>+about invoking @samp{make bootstrap} because the native OpenServer
>+compiler may build a @file{cc1plus} that will not correctly parse many
>+valid C++ programs.  You must do a @samp{make bootstrap} if you are
>+building with the native compiler.
> @item i386-*-isc
> It may be a good idea to link with GNU malloc instead of the malloc that

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