On Tue, Feb 4, 2014 at 11:43 PM, Noah Misch <n...@leadboat.com> wrote:
>> Right.  I mean, a lot of the links say things like "Section 26.2"
>> which obviously makes no sense in a standalone text file.
> For <xref>s normally displayed that way, text output could emit a URL, either
> inline or in the form of a footnote.  For link targets (e.g. SQL commands)
> having a friendly text fragment for <xref> sites, use the normal fragment.

True.  If we're going to keep these things around, something like that
would avoid some annoyances for documentation authors.  But I still
think we ought to just nuke them, because who cares?

Robert Haas
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