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-*- Text -*-
This is the file .../info/dir, which contains the topmost node of the
Info hierarchy.  The first time you invoke Info you start off
looking at that node, which is (dir)Top.

File: dir	Node: Top	This is the top of the INFO tree
  This (the Directory node) gives a menu of major topics. 
  Typing "d" returns here, "q" exits, "?" lists all INFO commands, "h" 
  gives a primer for first-timers, "mEmacs<Return>" visits the Emacs topic,
  etc.
  In Emacs, you can click mouse button 2 on a menu item or cross reference
  to select it.
  --- PLEASE ADD DOCUMENTATION TO THIS TREE. (See INFO topic first.) ---

* Menu: The list of major topics begins on the next line.

Emacs
* Ada mode: (ada-mode). The GNU Emacs mode for editing Ada.
* Autotype: (autotype). Convenient features for text that you enter frequently
                          in Emacs.
* CC Mode: (ccmode).   Emacs mode for editing C, C++, Objective-C,
                          Java, Pike, and IDL code.
* CL: (cl).		Partial Common Lisp support for Emacs Lisp.
* Dired-X: (dired-x).   Dired Extra Features.
* EUDC: (eudc).   A client for directory servers (LDAP, PH)
* Ebrowse: (ebrowse).   A C++ class browser for Emacs.
* Ediff: (ediff).       A visual interface for comparing and merging programs.
* Emacs: (emacs).	The extensible self-documenting text editor.
* Emacs FAQ: (efaq).	Frequently Asked Questions about Emacs.
* Emacs MIME: (emacs-mime).   The MIME de/composition library.
* Eshell: (eshell).     A command shell implemented in Emacs Lisp.
* Forms: (forms).	Emacs package for editing data bases
			  by filling in forms.
* Gnus: (gnus).         The newsreader Gnus.
* IDLWAVE: (idlwave).	Major mode and shell for IDL and WAVE/CL files.

* MH-E: (mh-e).		Emacs interface to the MH mail system.
* Message: (message).   Mail and news composition mode that goes with Gnus.
* PCL-CVS: (pcl-cvs).	Emacs front-end to CVS.
* RefTeX: (reftex).	Emacs support for LaTeX cross-references and citations.
* SC: (sc).		Supercite lets you cite parts of messages you're
			  replying to, in flexible ways.



* Speedbar: (speedbar).        File/Tag summarizing utility.
* VIP: (vip).		An older VI-emulation for Emacs.
* VIPER: (viper).       The newest Emacs VI-emulation mode.
                          (also, A VI Plan for Emacs Rescue
                           or the VI PERil.)
* Widget: (widget).      Documenting the "widget" package used by the
                           Emacs Custom facility.
* WoMan: (woman).       Browse UN*X Manual Pages `Wo (without) Man'.


Texinfo documentation system
* Info: (info).                 Documentation browsing system.


Miscellaneous
* Screen: (screen).             Full-screen window manager.
* Standards: (standards).        GNU coding standards.

GNU admin
* Autoconf: (autoconf).         Create source code configuration scripts

Individual utilities
* aclocal: (automake)Invoking aclocal.          Generating aclocal.m4
* autoconf: (autoconf)autoconf Invocation.
                                How to create configuration scripts
* autoreconf: (autoconf)autoreconf Invocation.
                                Remaking multiple `configure' scripts
* autoscan: (autoconf)autoscan Invocation.
                                Semi-automatic `configure.ac' writing
* config.status: (autoconf)config.status Invocation.
                                Recreating a configuration
* configure: (autoconf)configure Invocation.
                                Configuring a package
* ifnames: (autoconf)ifnames Invocation.
                                Listing the conditionals in source code

GNU programming tools
* automake: (automake).		Making Makefile.in's

Utilities
* Bash: (bash).                     The GNU Bourne-Again SHell.

GNU Packages
* Tar: (tar).			Making tape (or disk) archives.

Individual utilities
* tar: (tar)tar invocation.                     Invoking GNU `tar'