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Re: w3m Info Node Tracing History

>>>>> In [emacs-w3m : No.09505] Andreas Röhler wrote:

> Hmm, I see the changement in the `emacs-w3m.texi'

> @table @asis
> @item @kbd{s} (Lynx-like keymap)
> @itemx @kbd{o} (Info-like keymap)
> @kindex s (Lynx-like keymap)
> @kindex o (Info-like keymap)
> @findex w3m-history
> Display the list of visited URLs in this session.

> However, after makeinfo to `emacs-w3m.info' its still
> shown as

You have certainly the latest texi source.

> `s'
>      Display the list of visited URLs in this session.

> Did I something wrong?

Did you see it by performing `C-h i' (or `M-x info')?  If so, I
guess you have another (old) version in a directory which is
preferred than the directory in which you have the latest version
installed.  Try looking for the directory in which there is the
old one.  It will probably be one of the following:

$ emacs -batch -q -eval '(print Info-default-directory-list)'
 => ("/usr/local/share/info/" "/usr/local/info/"
     "/usr/local/gnu/info/" "/usr/local/gnu/lib/info/"
     "/usr/local/gnu/lib/emacs/info/" "/usr/local/emacs/info/"
     "/usr/local/lib/info/" "/usr/local/lib/emacs/info/"
     "/usr/share/info/" "/usr/share/info/")

(This result is of my case, though.)

Removing the old one(s) will solve the problem.  Or look for the
directory in which the new one is installed, and make it the most
preferable.  The easiest way to do that, I think, is to set the
directories in the preferred order to the `Info-directory-list'
variable.  For instance:

(setq Info-directory-list

Furthermore, you can instruct the emacs-w3m installer to install
the info files to the directory which Emacs most prefers:

% ./configure --infodir=/usr/local/info; make; make install