You can format Texinfo files for Info using `batch-texinfo-format'
and Emacs Batch mode. You can run Emacs in Batch mode from any shell,
including a shell inside of Emacs. (Note: Command Line Switches and
Here is a shell command to format all the files that end in
`.texinfo' in the current directory:
emacs -batch -funcall batch-texinfo-format *.texinfo
Emacs processes all the files listed on the command line, even if an
error occurs while attempting to format some of them.
Run `batch-texinfo-format' only with Emacs in Batch mode as shown; it
is not interactive. It kills the Batch mode Emacs on completion.
`batch-texinfo-format' is convenient if you lack `makeinfo' and want
to format several Texinfo files at once. When you use Batch mode, you
create a new Emacs process. This frees your current Emacs, so you can
continue working in it. (When you run `texinfo-format-region' or
`texinfo-format-buffer', you cannot use that Emacs for anything else
until the command finishes.)
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