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ExamplesUsingtexiTags

Writing Definition File

Here you will be explained about stanzas that may use to get texinfo output through autogen . There are stanzas that are not mandatory to use for texinfo output format.

Creating List

To create a list using texi tags you can use two methods. you can write it in mdoc tags or you can write list in texi tags itself. Here are the examples of tags that are allowed to use. Since Texinfo macro package provide Bulleted List and numbered list , if it you are using mdoc macros to process texinfo file then you are allowed to used only bulleted List and numbered List only. This is very important fact that since mdoc package provide more list options than it is provided by texi package.

  • Using Texi Tags Writing Bullet List for texinfo

@itemize @bullet

@item

Bullet one goes here.

@item

Bullet two here.

@end itemize

  • Using mdoc tags

.Bl -bullet -offset indent -compact

.It

Bullet one goes here.

.It

Bullet two here.

.El

If you want to nest Bullet lists

  • Using texi tags

@itemize @bullet

@item

Item one goes here

@itemize @minus

@item

Item two goes here.

@item

And item three here.

@end itemize

@item

And item four here.

@end itemize

  • Using mdoc tags

.Bl -bullet -offset indent -compact

.It

Item one goes here

.Bl -bullet -nested -compact

.It

Item two goes here.

.It

And item three here.

.El

.It

And item four here.

.El

writing numbered list

  • Using mdoc tags

@enumerate

@item

Item one goes here

@enumerate

@item

Item two goes here.

@item

And item three here.

@end enumerate

@item

And item four here.

@end enumerate

  • Using mdoc tags

.Bl -enum -offset indent -compact

.It

Item one goes here

.Bl -enum -nested -compact

.It

Item two goes here.

.It

And item three here.

.El

.It

And item four here.

.El

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