(texinfo) makeinfo Pointer Creation
Creating Pointers with `makeinfo'
The `makeinfo' program has a feature for automatically defining node
pointers for a hierarchically organized file.
When you take advantage of this feature, you do not need to write the
`Next', `Previous', and `Up' pointers after the name of a node.
However, you must write a sectioning command, such as `@chapter' or
`@section', on the line immediately following each truncated `@node'
line (except that comment lines may intervene).
In addition, you must follow the `Top' `@node' line with a line
beginning with `@top' to mark the `Top' node in the file.
`@top' makeinfo top.
Finally, you must write the name of each node (except for the `Top'
node) in a menu that is one or more hierarchical levels above the
node's hierarchical level.
This node pointer insertion feature in `makeinfo' relieves you from
the need to update menus and pointers manually or with Texinfo mode
commands. ( Updating Nodes and Menus.)
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