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On Sat, 4 Apr 2009 02:12:06 +0200
Christian Faulhammer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I will test it on my tree...you will get newer patches next week
> > And if there is, it's probably best if we stop reffing PMS features
> > by table and introduce a whole load of labels for the most
> > appropriate paragraph instead. And if we do that, can we do fancy
> > named paragraphs like the C++ standard does?
> Please elaborate.
In the C++ standard, sections and paragraphs are named, not numbered.
It's probably easiest to look at a PDF:
So what I'd like to be able to do is have it say "see section
[funcs.src_unpack.3]" rather than "see section 220.127.116.11", and then when
we have a labelled section, lay it out something like:
src_unpack, type 3 [funcs.src_unpack.3]
I realise this is somewhat getting away from your original patch. But I
strongly suspect that the cheat sheet will be a lot more useful if
it has references to exactly what the new src_unpack is, for when
people need to look it up -- and it would help if people didn't have to
print out a new cheatsheet to get valid section references every time
we tweak the wording in such a way that the section numbers change...