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1 --- gawk-4.2.0/doc/gawk.texi.orig       2017-12-07 17:43:05.206383320 +0100
2 +++ gawk-4.2.0/doc/gawk.texi    2017-12-07 17:46:19.033047774 +0100
3 @@ -10,13 +10,10 @@
4  @settitle The GNU Awk User's Guide
5  @c %**end of header (This is for running Texinfo on a region.)
6  
7 -@dircategory Text creation and manipulation
8 +@dircategory Programming Languages:
9  @direntry
10 -* Gawk: (gawk).                 A text scanning and processing language.
11 -@end direntry
12 -@dircategory Individual utilities
13 -@direntry
14 -* awk: (gawk)Invoking Gawk.                     Text scanning and processing.
15 +* Gawk: (gawk).                                A text scanning and processing language
16 +* awk: (gawk)gawk.                     Text scanning and processing
17  @end direntry
18  
19  @c Enable better indexing, requires texindex from Texinfo 6 or later.
20 @@ -437,7 +434,7 @@
21  * Getting Started::                A basic introduction to using
22                                     @command{awk}. How to run an @command{awk}
23                                     program. Command-line syntax.
24 -* Invoking Gawk::                  How to run @command{gawk}.
25 +* gawk::                           How to run @command{gawk}.
26  * Regexp::                         All about matching things using regular
27                                     expressions.
28  * Reading Files::                  How to read files and manipulate fields.
29 @@ -1624,7 +1621,7 @@
30  provides the essentials you need to know to begin using @command{awk}.
31  
32  @item
33 -@ref{Invoking Gawk},
34 +@ref{gawk},
35  describes how to run @command{gawk}, the meaning of its
36  command-line options, and how it finds @command{awk}
37  program source files.
38 @@ -2325,7 +2322,7 @@
39  @ref{Getting Started}
40  
41  @item
42 -@ref{Invoking Gawk}
43 +@ref{gawk}
44  
45  @item
46  @ref{Regexp}
47 @@ -3718,7 +3715,7 @@
48  @samp{||}, @samp{&&}, @code{do}, and @code{else}.
49  @end itemize
50  
51 -@node Invoking Gawk
52 +@node gawk
53  @chapter Running @command{awk} and @command{gawk}
54  
55  This @value{CHAPTER} covers how to run @command{awk}, both POSIX-standard
56 --- gawk-4.2.0/doc/gawkinet.texi.orig   2017-12-07 17:43:05.506383316 +0100
57 +++ gawk-4.2.0/doc/gawkinet.texi        2017-12-07 17:49:30.369712255 +0100
58 @@ -5,9 +5,9 @@
59  @c %**end of header (This is for running Texinfo on a region.)
60  @c FIXME: web vs. Web
61  
62 -@dircategory Network applications
63 +@dircategory Programming Languages:
64  @direntry
65 -* awkinet: (gawkinet).          TCP/IP Internetworking With `gawk'.
66 +* awkinet: (gawkinet).                 TCP/IP Internetworking With `gawk'
67  @end direntry
68  
69  @c Enable better indexing, requires texindex from Texinfo 6 or later.
70 --- gawk-4.2.0/doc/gawkworkflow.texi.orig       2017-08-17 06:58:56.000000000 +0200
71 +++ gawk-4.2.0/doc/gawkworkflow.texi    2017-12-07 20:35:57.092931555 +0100
72 @@ -5,13 +5,9 @@
73  @settitle GNU Awk Development Workflow
74  @c %**end of header (This is for running Texinfo on a region.)
75  
76 -@dircategory Text creation and manipulation
77 +@dircategory Programming Languages:
78  @direntry
79 -* Gawk Work Flow: (gawkworkflow).                 Participating in @command{gawk} development.
80 -@end direntry
81 -@dircategory Individual utilities
82 -@direntry
83 -* Gawk Work Flow: (gawkworkflow)Overview.         Participating in @command{gawk} development.
84 +* Gawk Work Flow: (gawkworkflow).      Participating in @command{gawk} development
85  @end direntry
86  
87  @c With early 2014 texinfo.tex, restore PDF links and colors
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