File gnuplot-5.2.0-texi2info.patch of Package gnuplot

--- gnuplot.texi
+++ gnuplot.texi	2020-07-17 09:17:43.019856719 +0000
@@ -11599,8 +11599,7 @@ but
 @end example
 
 See also
-@uref{http://www.gnuplot.info/demo/poldat.html,poldat.dem: polar plot using @ref{angles} demo.
-}
+@uref{http://www.gnuplot.info/demo/poldat.html,poldat.dem}: polar plot using @ref{angles} demo.
 
 @node arrow, autoscale, angles, set-show
 @subsection arrow
@@ -23249,13 +23248,10 @@ Syntax:
                         @{[no]enhanced@}
 @end example
 
-@end itemizeif
 @example
                         @{mono|ansi|ansi256|ansirgb@}
 @end example
 
-@end itemizeif
-
 where <xchars> and <ychars> set the size of the text block. The default is
 79 by 24. The last newline is printed only if `feed` is enabled.
 
@@ -23293,7 +23289,6 @@ See also e.g. the description at
 @uref{https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ANSI_escape_code#Colors,https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ANSI_escape_code#Colors
 }
 
-@end itemizeif
 Example:
 @example
       set term dumb mono size 60,15 aspect 1
@@ -23667,8 +23662,6 @@ Preferred combinations are `medium norma
 
 With each of these drivers, a binary copy is required on a PC to print.
 Do not use `print`---use instead `copy file /b lpt1:`.
-@end itemizeif
-
 
 @node excl, fig, epson_180dpi, complete_list_of_terminals
 @subsection excl
@@ -24370,8 +24363,6 @@ the environmental variable GNUPLOT_LUA_D
 All arguments will be provided to the selected script for further
 evaluation. E.g. 'set term lua tikz help' will cause the script itself
 to print additional help on options and choices for the script.
-@end itemizeif
-
 
 @node mf, mp, lua, complete_list_of_terminals
 @subsection mf
@@ -25124,7 +25115,6 @@ terminals.  It has no options."
 @c ?term km-tek40xx
 @cindex km-tek40xx
 
-@end itemizeif
 @c ?commands set terminal selanar
 @c ?set terminal selanar
 @c ?set term selanar
@@ -25132,7 +25122,6 @@ terminals.  It has no options."
 @c ?term selanar
 @cindex selanar
 
-@end itemizeif
 @c ?commands set terminal sixeltek
 @c ?set terminal sixeltek
 @c ?set term sixeltek
@@ -25156,7 +25145,6 @@ limits plots to 16 simultaneous colors,
 
 Note that gnuplot also supports another sixel output terminal, sixelgd,
 that offers more options and features."
-@end itemizeif
 @c ?commands set terminal bitgraph
 @c ?set terminal bitgraph
 @c ?set term bitgraph
@@ -25164,7 +25152,6 @@ that offers more options and features."
 @c ?term bitgraph
 @cindex bitgraph
 
-@end itemizeif
 This family of terminal drivers supports a variety of VT-like terminals.
 `tek40xx` supports Tektronix 4010 and others as well as most TEK emulators.
 `vttek` supports VT-like tek40xx terminal emulators.
@@ -25718,7 +25705,6 @@ anti-aliasing, oversampling and full tra
 deprecated.
 The `GDI backend` which uses the classic GDI API is deprecated and has been
 disabled in this version.
-@end itemizeif
 
 `GDI+ backend` draws to the screen using the GDI+ Windows API. It supports
 full antialiasing, oversampling, transparency and custom dash patterns.
@@ -25748,7 +25734,6 @@ of an additional redraw after releasing
 
 `Line Styles...` allows customization of the line colors and styles.
 
-@end itemizeif
 `Update wgnuplot.ini` saves the current window locations, window sizes, text
 window font, text window font size, graph window font, graph window font
 size, background color to the initialization file `wgnuplot.ini`.
@@ -25914,8 +25899,6 @@ This file is located in the user's appli
       Line5=0 0 128 0 4
 @end example
 
-@end itemizeif
-
 @c ^ <h3>Text window options</h3> 
 
 These settings apply to the wgnuplot text-window only."
@@ -25952,7 +25935,6 @@ solid line in color mode, or a dashed li
 line width is 1 pixel.  If `Linestyle` is negative, it specifies the width of
 a SOLID line in pixels.  Line1 and any linestyle used with the `points` style
 must be SOLID with unit width.
-@end itemizeif
 
 See `graph-menu`."
 
@@ -26338,13 +26320,10 @@ later by `set term x11 [no]raise [no]per
  `-ctrlq   ` closes window on ctrl-q rather than q
 @end example
 
-@end itemizeif
 @example
  `-persist`  plot windows survive after main gnuplot program exits
 @end example
 
-@end itemizeif
-
 @cindex X resources
 
 The options are shown above in their command-line syntax.  When entered as