Update invoke.texi to match comment in gcc.c

Geoffrey Keating gkeating@apple.com
Tue Mar 13 08:31:00 GMT 2007


This updates doc/invoke.texi to match the comment in gcc.c at least
for the case of the %{, spec.

Bootstrapped on powerpc-darwin9.

-- 
- Geoffrey Keating <geoffk@apple.com>

===File ~/patches/gcc-doc-commaspec.patch===================
2007-03-13  Geoffrey Keating  <geoffk@apple.com>

	* doc/invoke.texi (Spec Files): Update for '%{,' spec.

Index: doc/invoke.texi
===================================================================
--- doc/invoke.texi	(revision 122823)
+++ doc/invoke.texi	(working copy)
@@ -7579,12 +7579,19 @@
 @item %@{!.@code{S}:@code{X}@}
 Substitutes @code{X}, if @emph{not} processing a file with suffix @code{S}.
 
+@item %@{,@code{S}:@code{X}@}
+Substitutes @code{X}, if processing a file for language @code{S}.
+
+@item %@{!,@code{S}:@code{X}@}
+Substitutes @code{X}, if not processing a file for language @code{S}.
+
 @item %@{@code{S}|@code{P}:@code{X}@}
-Substitutes @code{X} if either @code{-S} or @code{-P} was given to GCC@.
-This may be combined with @samp{!}, @samp{.}, and @code{*} sequences as well,
-although they have a stronger binding than the @samp{|}.  If @code{%*}
-appears in @code{X}, all of the alternatives must be starred, and only
-the first matching alternative is substituted.
+Substitutes @code{X} if either @code{-S} or @code{-P} was given to
+GCC@.  This may be combined with @samp{!}, @samp{.}, @samp{,}, and
+@code{*} sequences as well, although they have a stronger binding than
+the @samp{|}.  If @code{%*} appears in @code{X}, all of the
+alternatives must be starred, and only the first matching alternative
+is substituted.
 
 For example, a spec string like this:
 
@@ -7607,7 +7614,7 @@
 If @code{S} was given to GCC, substitutes @code{X}; else if @code{T} was
 given to GCC, substitutes @code{Y}; else substitutes @code{D}.  There can
 be as many clauses as you need.  This may be combined with @code{.},
-@code{!}, @code{|}, and @code{*} as needed.
+@code{,}, @code{!}, @code{|}, and @code{*} as needed.
 
 
 @end table
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