To get refer.py to work at all these 3 .tex changes
authorDavid Anderson <davea42@earthlink.net>
Sat, 22 Feb 2014 17:18:36 +0000 (09:18 -0800)
committerDavid Anderson <davea42@earthlink.net>
Sat, 22 Feb 2014 17:18:36 +0000 (09:18 -0800)
commit1f44dfc4cba54c6e3919438ded41526282e33c27
tree7dcc3ac5ded02cfdf0204548d6526dff414c1759
parent47a98e1cb1b631f83e482cdcc37bd2c3f0d88af5
To get refer.py to work at all these 3 .tex changes
were helpful.

latexdoc/attributesbytag.tex:
The livetarg command has two arguments.

-\livetarg{chap:DECL}
+\livetarg{chap:DECL}{}

latexdoc/generaldescription.tex:
The original split a livelinki over two lines.
Bad for the (rather weak) refer.py parser code.

-&\livelinki{chap:DWATartificialobjectsortypesthat}{Objects or types that are not
-actually declared in the source}{objects or types that are not actually declared i
n the source}  \\
+&\livelinki{chap:DWATartificialobjectsortypesthat}{Objects or types that are not a ctually declared in the source}{objects or types that are not actually declared in the source}  \\

latexdoc/programscope.tex:
The hypertarget command has two arguments.

-\hypertarget{chap:DWATrecursiverecursivepropertyofasubroutine}
+\hypertarget{chap:DWATrecursiverecursivepropertyofasubroutine}{}
dwarf5/latexdoc/attributesbytag.tex
dwarf5/latexdoc/generaldescription.tex
dwarf5/latexdoc/programscope.tex