Hi John, and a bonne et heureuse année, avec un PHD !
Ther seem to be a problem with cross referencing to another splitted
manual, at least towards "usage".
I fully translated running.itely (part of usage), which contains
I then translated input.itely (part of notation), where there is a link
to a node which is an unmberedsubsec in running (Invoking lilypond).
Big page links correctly, but it gives a 404 with all translated
versions of the split manual. I have to say it works with the English
It appears that the English version mentions section and
unnumberedsbusec as anchor (l. 85):
<p>For more information on output formats, see <a
on the contrary, not the translated version (e.g. French has on line
102) the unreachable:
<p>Pour de plus amples informations quant au format des résultats,
consultez le chapitre <a name="index-Lancement-de-lilypond"></a>
<a href="../usage/invoking-lilypond.fr.html">Lancement de lilypond</a>.
This does not happen with linking to LM because there is NO unnumbered
in it, and as soon as I "number" the sectioning, there is no longer any 404.
Same when I change
> On Tue, Jan 04, 2011 at 10:06:16PM +0100, Jean-Charles Malahieude
>> I fully translated running.itely (part of usage), which contains
>> unnumbered sectioning. I then translated input.itely (part of
>> notation), where there is a link to a node which is an
>> unmberedsubsec in running (Invoking lilypond).
> Unnumbered sectioning is nothing new; we use it all the time in
As long as you link to the same manual, there is no problem.
> I believe the problem is an @unnumberedsubsec without having a @node
> in front of it; this is forbidden by our doc policy. This does not
> appear in the english version of running.itely, but I *do* see one of
> these in the french version of running.itely.
Sorry to contradict you:
there is *no* @unnumberedsubsec without having a @node in front of it
in the French version of running.itely, otherwise the link wouldn't even
exist neither be effective in notation-big-page.fr.html as I just
checked on a fresh build.
The only sectionning that appears without a @node _also in English_ is
"@unnumberedsubsubsec Standard shell commands".