# [Python-checkins] CVS: python/dist/src/Doc/doc doc.tex,1.52,1.53

Fred L. Drake fdrake@users.sourceforge.net
Wed, 26 Sep 2001 10:02:00 -0700

Update of /cvsroot/python/python/dist/src/Doc/doc
In directory usw-pr-cvs1:/tmp/cvs-serv30991/Doc/doc

Modified Files:
doc.tex
Log Message:
Move the \mailheader description to the right place.
Clarify the \mimetype description; it can be used to refer to a part of a
MIME type name, so \mimetype{text} or \mimetype{plain} can be used, not
just \mimetype{text/plain}.

Index: doc.tex
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RCS file: /cvsroot/python/python/dist/src/Doc/doc/doc.tex,v
retrieving revision 1.52
retrieving revision 1.53
diff -C2 -d -r1.52 -r1.53
*** doc.tex	2001/08/29 02:34:10	1.52
--- doc.tex	2001/09/26 17:01:58	1.53
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*** 817,820 ****
--- 817,831 ----
\end{macrodesc}

+       The name of an \rfc{822}-style mail header.  This markup does
+       not imply that the header is being used in an email message, but
+       can be used to refer to any header of the same style.''  This
+       is also used for headers defined by the various MIME
+       specifications.  The header name should be entered in the same
+       way it would normally be found in practice, with the
+       camel-casing conventions being preferred where there is more
+       than one common usage.  For example: \mailheader{Content-Type}.
+     \end{macrodesc}
+
\begin{macrodesc}{makevar}{\p{name}}
The name of a \program{make} variable.
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*** 835,851 ****
\end{macrodesc}

-       The name of an \rfc{822}-style mail header.  This markup does
-       not imply that the header is being used in an email message, but
-       can be used to refer to any header of the same style.''  This
-       is also used for headers defined by the various MIME
-       specifications.  The header name should be entered in the same
-       way it would normally be found in practice, with the
-       camel-casing conventions being preferred where there is more
-       than one common usage.  For example: \mailheader{Content-Type}.
-     \end{macrodesc}
-
\begin{macrodesc}{mimetype}{\p{name}}
!       The name of a MIME type.
\end{macrodesc}

--- 846,852 ----
\end{macrodesc}

\begin{macrodesc}{mimetype}{\p{name}}
!       The name of a MIME type, or a component of a MIME type (the
!       major or minor portion, taken alone).
\end{macrodesc}