[Python-checkins] CVS: python/dist/src/Doc/doc doc.tex,1.59,1.60

Fred L. Drake fdrake@users.sourceforge.net
Tue, 12 Mar 2002 18:48:26 -0800


Update of /cvsroot/python/python/dist/src/Doc/doc
In directory usw-pr-cvs1:/tmp/cvs-serv4324/doc

Modified Files:
	doc.tex 
Log Message:
Extend the list of special characters and magic markup used to produce them
to include various characters used in code samples, URLs, and other special
contexts.
This closes SF bug #525684.


Index: doc.tex
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RCS file: /cvsroot/python/python/dist/src/Doc/doc/doc.tex,v
retrieving revision 1.59
retrieving revision 1.60
diff -C2 -d -r1.59 -r1.60
*** doc.tex	17 Jan 2002 12:35:20 -0000	1.59
--- doc.tex	13 Mar 2002 02:48:24 -0000	1.60
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*** 392,403 ****
  
      There are a number of less-used marks in \LaTeX{} which are used
!     to enter non-\ASCII{} characters, especially those used in
!     European names.  Given that these are often used adjacent to other
!     characters, the markup required to produce the proper character
!     may need to be followed by a space or an empty group, or the
!     markup can be enclosed in a group.  Some which are found in Python
!     documentation are:
  
  \begin{tableii}{c|l}{textrm}{Character}{Markup}
    \lineii{\c c}{\code{\e c c}}
    \lineii{\"o}{\code{\e"o}}
--- 392,407 ----
  
      There are a number of less-used marks in \LaTeX{} which are used
!     to enter characters which are not found in \ASCII{} or which a
!     considered special, or \emph{active} in \TeX{} or \LaTeX.  Given
!     that these are often used adjacent to other characters, the markup
!     required to produce the proper character may need to be followed
!     by a space or an empty group, or the markup can be enclosed in a
!     group.  Some which are found in Python documentation are:
  
  \begin{tableii}{c|l}{textrm}{Character}{Markup}
+   \lineii{\textasciicircum}{\code{\e textasciicircum}}
+   \lineii{\textasciitilde}{\code{\e textasciitilde}}
+   \lineii{\textgreater}{\code{\e textgreater}}
+   \lineii{\textless}{\code{\e textless}}
    \lineii{\c c}{\code{\e c c}}
    \lineii{\"o}{\code{\e"o}}