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kthomas@gwdg.de (Philipp Thomas) wrote:
> At least with glibc2 you can do this, at least if you compile and install
> it yourself. Glibc2 install adds references to all functions, constants
> etc. to info/dir. So I *can* do 'info fclose' and get the libc info on
> fclose().

But that allows `info fclose', not `info glibc fclose' (although the latter
should be easier). What if perl did the same ? How would I get to perl's
`printf' rather than to glibc's ?
Also it badly clutters the info/dir file which becomes mostly unusable for
direct browsing.


Stefan


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