3.2 Texinfo crash course

The language is called texinfo; you can see its manual here: http://www.gnu.org/software/texinfo/manual/texinfo/

However, you don’t need to read those docs. The most important thing to notice is that text is text. If you see a mistake in the text, you can fix it. If you want to change the order of something, you can cut-and-paste that stuff into a new location.

Note: Rule of thumb: follow the examples in the existing docs. You can learn most of what you need to know from this; if you want to do anything fancy, discuss it on lilypond-devel first.


3.2.1 Sectioning commands

Most of the manual operates at the

@node Foo
@subsubsection Foo

level. Sections are created with

@node Foo
@subsection Foo

3.2.2 LilyPond formatting


3.2.3 Text formatting


3.2.4 Syntax survey


3.2.5 Other text concerns


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