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Date: Tue, 11 Feb 2003 01:22:13 -0500
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> What would really be nice is if mkdoc arranged things so that when 
> makeinfo prints an error message, you could go directly to the offending 
> line in the relevant .txh file (e.g., with Emacs's "C-x `" command), 
> instead of looking up the file and line in the generated libc2.tex.

Does texinfo support the concept of a #line directive?

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