Patchwork [wwwdocs] A bit of markup work in gcc-4.7/changes.html

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Submitter Gerald Pfeifer
Date Nov. 19, 2011, 3:18 p.m.
Message ID <alpine.LFD.2.02.1111191613050.2265@gerinyyl>
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Gerald Pfeifer - Nov. 19, 2011, 3:18 p.m.
Use <code> instead of <tt> and use extend markup in one of the examples.

Applied.

Gerald

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Index: changes.html
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RCS file: /cvs/gcc/wwwdocs/htdocs/gcc-4.7/changes.html,v
retrieving revision 1.59
diff -u -r1.59 changes.html
--- changes.html	17 Nov 2011 16:06:18 -0000	1.59
+++ changes.html	19 Nov 2011 15:12:54 -0000
@@ -230,10 +230,11 @@ 
 }
 </pre></blockquote></li>
 
-  <li>G++ now accepts the <tt>-std=c++11</tt>, <tt>-std=gnu++11</tt>,
-    and <tt>-Wc++11-compat</tt> options, which are equivalent
-    to <tt>-std=c++0x</tt>, <tt>-std=gnu++0x</tt>,
-    and <tt>-Wc++0x-compat</tt>, respectively.</li>
+  <li>G++ now accepts the <code>-std=c++11</code>,
+    <code>-std=gnu++11</code>, and <code>-Wc++11-compat</code> options,
+    which are equivalent to <code>-std=c++0x</code>,
+    <code>-std=gnu++0x</code>, and <code>-Wc++0x-compat</code>,
+    respectively.</li>
   
   <li>G++ now implements <a href="cxx0x_status.html">C++11</a> extended friend syntax:
     <blockquote><pre>
@@ -301,10 +302,11 @@ 
 ....
 const int &amp;x = f(1);
 const int &amp;y = f(2);</pre></blockquote>
-Here, x refers to the temporary allocated to hold the <tt>1</tt> argument,
-which only lives until the end of the initialization; it immediately
-becomes a dangling reference.  So the next statement re-uses the stack slot
-to hold the <tt>2</tt> argument, and users of x get that value instead.
+Here, <code>x</code> refers to the temporary allocated to hold the
+<code>1</code> argument, which only lives until the end of the
+initialization; it immediately becomes a dangling reference.  So the
+next statement re-uses the stack slot to hold the <code>2</code>
+argument, and users of <code>x</code> get that value instead.
 
 <p>Note that this should not cause any change of behavior for temporaries
 of types with non-trivial destructors, as they are already destroyed at end