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diff --git a/elisp-manual/18.1.03/01_all_fix-texinfo.patch b/elisp-manual/18.1.03/01_all_fix-texinfo.patch
new file mode 100644
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--- /dev/null
+++ b/elisp-manual/18.1.03/01_all_fix-texinfo.patch
@@ -0,0 +1,153 @@
+--- elisp-orig/display.texi
++++ elisp/display.texi
+@@ -484,5 +484,5 @@
+
+ @quotation
+-@strong{Note:} in version 18, this function is named
++@strong{Please note:} in version 18, this function is named
+ @code{blink-paren-hook}, but since it is not called with the standard
+ convention for hooks, it is being renamed to @code{blink-paren-function}
+--- elisp-orig/elisp.texi
++++ elisp/elisp.texi
+@@ -112,5 +112,5 @@
+ @page
+
+-@node Top, Introduction, (dir), (dir)
++@node Top, License, (dir), (dir)
+
+ @ifinfo
+--- elisp-orig/files.texi
++++ elisp/files.texi
+@@ -189,6 +189,6 @@
+ appended to get an unused name. See also @ref{Creating Buffers}.
+
+-@strong{Note:} @code{create-file-buffer} does @emph{not} associate the
+-new buffer with a file and does not make it the current buffer.
++@strong{Please note:} @code{create-file-buffer} does @emph{not} associate
++the new buffer with a file and does not make it the current buffer.
+
+ @example
+--- elisp-orig/help.texi
++++ elisp/help.texi
+@@ -252,6 +252,6 @@
+ @end table
+
+-@strong{Note:} each @samp{\} must be doubled when written in a string in
+-Emacs Lisp.
++@strong{Please note:} each @samp{\} must be doubled when written in a
++string in Emacs Lisp.
+
+ Here are examples of the special substrings:
+--- elisp-orig/hooks.texi
++++ elisp/hooks.texi
+@@ -12,5 +12,5 @@
+
+ @quotation
+-@strong{Note:} in version 19, @code{blink-paren-hook} and
++@strong{Please note:} in version 19, @code{blink-paren-hook} and
+ @code{auto-fill-hook} are renamed to @code{blink-paren-function} and
+ @code{auto-fill-function} respectively, since they are not called by the
+--- elisp-orig/markers.texi
++++ elisp/markers.texi
+@@ -364,6 +364,6 @@
+ The old value of the mark is @emph{not} pushed onto the mark ring.
+
+- @strong{Note:} use this function only if you want the user to see that
+-the mark has moved, and you want the previous mark position to be lost.
++ @strong{Please note:} use this function only if you want the user to see
++that the mark has moved, and you want the previous mark position to be lost.
+ Normally, when a new mark is set, the old one should go on the
+ @code{mark-ring}, which is why most applications should use
+--- elisp-orig/os.texi
++++ elisp/os.texi
+@@ -90,5 +90,5 @@
+ @end defopt
+
+-@node Init File, Terminal-Specific, Start-Up Summary, Starting Up
++@node Init File, Terminal-Specific, Start-up Summary, Starting Up
+ @subsection The Init File: @file{.emacs}
+ @cindex init file
+@@ -688,5 +688,5 @@
+ are swapped and the characters @kbd{C-q} and @kbd{C-^} are swapped.
+ After executing this function, typing @kbd{C-\} has all the usual
+-effects of typing @kbd{C-s}, and vice versa. (@xref{Flow Control} for
++effects of typing @kbd{C-s}, and vice versa. (@xref{Flow Control}, for
+ more information on this subject.)
+
+@@ -743,6 +743,6 @@
+ you will have to start Emacs afresh to make this take effect.
+
+-@strong{Note:} In version 19, @code{baud-rate} is a variable so that you
+-can change it conveniently within Emacs.
++@strong{Please note:} In version 19, @code{baud-rate} is a variable so
++that you can change it conveniently within Emacs.
+ @end defun
+
+--- elisp-orig/positions.texi
++++ elisp/positions.texi
+@@ -75,5 +75,5 @@
+ current buffer. This is @code{(1+ (buffer-size))}, unless narrowing is
+ in effect, in which case it is the position of the end of the region
+-that you narrowed to. (@xref{Narrowing}).
++that you narrowed to. (@xref{Narrowing}.)
+ @end defun
+
+@@ -745,5 +745,5 @@
+ last of @var{forms}, or @code{nil} if no forms were given.
+
+-@strong{Note:} it is easy to make a mistake when using
++@strong{Caution:} it is easy to make a mistake when using
+ @code{save-restriction}. Read the entire description here before you
+ try it.
+--- elisp-orig/processes.texi
++++ elisp/processes.texi
+@@ -90,8 +90,8 @@
+ supplied to @var{program} as separate command line arguments. Wildcard
+ characters and other shell constructs are not allowed in these strings,
+-since they are passed directly to the specified program. @strong{Note:}
+-the argument @var{program} contains only the name of the program; it may
+-not contain any command-line arguments. Such arguments must be provided
+-via @var{args}.
++since they are passed directly to the specified program.
++@strong{Please note:} the argument @var{program} contains only the name
++of the program; it may not contain any command-line arguments. Such
++arguments must be provided via @var{args}.
+
+ The subprocess gets its current directory from the value of
+--- elisp-orig/searching.texi
++++ elisp/searching.texi
+@@ -292,10 +292,10 @@
+ @end table
+
+-@strong{Note:} for historical compatibility, special characters are treated as
+-ordinary ones if they are in contexts where their special meanings make no
+-sense. For example, @samp{*foo} treats @samp{*} as ordinary since there is
+-no preceding expression on which the @samp{*} can act. It is poor practice
+-to depend on this behavior; better to quote the special character anyway,
+-regardless of where it appears.@refill
++@strong{Please note:} for historical compatibility, special characters
++are treated as ordinary ones if they are in contexts where their special
++meanings make no sense. For example, @samp{*foo} treats @samp{*} as
++ordinary since there is no preceding expression on which the @samp{*}
++can act. It is poor practice to depend on this behavior; better to quote
++the special character anyway, regardless of where it appears.@refill
+
+ For the most part, @samp{\} followed by any character matches only
+--- elisp-orig/strings.texi
++++ elisp/strings.texi
+@@ -621,5 +621,5 @@
+ The definition of a word is any sequence of consecutive characters
+ that are assigned to the word constituent category in the current syntax
+-table (@xref{Syntax Class Table}).
++table (@pxref{Syntax Class Table}).
+
+ When the argument to @code{capitalize} is a character, @code{capitalize}
+--- elisp-orig/variables.texi
++++ elisp/variables.texi
+@@ -425,5 +425,5 @@
+ of @var{symbol} to the result, provided @var{value} is given.
+
+-@strong{Note:} don't use @code{defconst} for user option variables in
++Don't use @code{defconst} for user option variables in
+ libraries that are not normally loaded. The user should be able to
+ specify a value for such a variable in the @file{.emacs} file, so that
diff --git a/elisp-manual/18.1.03/02_all_direntry.patch b/elisp-manual/18.1.03/02_all_direntry.patch
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..4918ada
--- /dev/null
+++ b/elisp-manual/18.1.03/02_all_direntry.patch
@@ -0,0 +1,17 @@
+--- elisp-orig/elisp.texi
++++ elisp/elisp.texi
+@@ -1,8 +1,13 @@
+ \input texinfo @c -*-texinfo-*-
+ @c %**start of header
+-@setfilename elisp
++@setfilename elisp18.info
+ @settitle GNU Emacs Lisp Reference Manual
+ @c %**end of header
+
++@dircategory Emacs
++@direntry
++* Elisp 18: (elisp18). The Emacs Lisp Reference Manual for Emacs 18.
++@end direntry
++
+ @c ================================================================
+ @c THIS file has the new style title page commands.
diff --git a/elisp-manual/19.2.4.2/01_all_fix-texinfo.patch b/elisp-manual/19.2.4.2/01_all_fix-texinfo.patch
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..52324ac
--- /dev/null
+++ b/elisp-manual/19.2.4.2/01_all_fix-texinfo.patch
@@ -0,0 +1,61 @@
+--- elisp-manual-19-2.4.2-orig/debugging.texi
++++ elisp-manual-19-2.4.2/debugging.texi
+@@ -185,5 +185,5 @@
+ @code{debug-on-entry} does nothing.
+
+- @strong{Note:} if you redefine a function after using
++ @strong{Warning:} if you redefine a function after using
+ @code{debug-on-entry} on it, the code to enter the debugger is lost.
+
+--- elisp-manual-19-2.4.2-orig/eval.texi
++++ elisp-manual-19-2.4.2/eval.texi
+@@ -110,5 +110,5 @@
+ property list. On these occasions, use the @code{eval} function.
+
+- @strong{Note:} it is generally cleaner and more flexible to call
++ It is generally cleaner and more flexible to call
+ functions that are stored in data structures, rather than to evaluate
+ expressions stored in data structures. Using functions provides the
+--- elisp-manual-19-2.4.2-orig/os.texi
++++ elisp-manual-19-2.4.2/os.texi
+@@ -1307,5 +1307,5 @@
+ @kbd{C-s} and @kbd{C-\} and the characters @kbd{C-q} and @kbd{C-^}.
+ Subsequently, typing @kbd{C-\} has all the usual effects of typing
+-@kbd{C-s}, and vice versa. (@xref{Flow Control} for more information on
++@kbd{C-s}, and vice versa. (@xref{Flow Control}, for more information on
+ this subject.)
+
+--- elisp-manual-19-2.4.2-orig/positions.texi
++++ elisp-manual-19-2.4.2/positions.texi
+@@ -82,5 +82,5 @@
+ current buffer. This is @code{(1+ (buffer-size))}, unless narrowing is
+ in effect, in which case it is the position of the end of the region
+-that you narrowed to. (@xref{Narrowing}).
++that you narrowed to. (@xref{Narrowing}.)
+ @end defun
+
+--- elisp-manual-19-2.4.2-orig/strings.texi
++++ elisp-manual-19-2.4.2/strings.texi
+@@ -703,5 +703,5 @@
+ The definition of a word is any sequence of consecutive characters that
+ are assigned to the word constituent syntax class in the current syntax
+-table (@xref{Syntax Class Table}).
++table (@pxref{Syntax Class Table}).
+
+ When the argument to @code{capitalize} is a character, @code{capitalize}
+--- elisp-manual-19-2.4.2-orig/variables.texi
++++ elisp-manual-19-2.4.2/variables.texi
+@@ -1204,5 +1204,5 @@
+ Displays}.
+
+-@strong{Note:} do not use @code{make-local-variable} for a hook
++@strong{Warning:} do not use @code{make-local-variable} for a hook
+ variable. Instead, use @code{make-local-hook}. @xref{Hooks}.
+ @end deffn
+@@ -1215,5 +1215,5 @@
+ The value returned is @var{variable}.
+
+-@strong{Note:} It is a mistake to use @code{make-variable-buffer-local}
++@strong{Warning:} It is a mistake to use @code{make-variable-buffer-local}
+ for user-option variables, simply because users @emph{might} want to
+ customize them differently in different buffers. Users can make any
diff --git a/elisp-manual/19.2.4.2/02_all_direntry.patch b/elisp-manual/19.2.4.2/02_all_direntry.patch
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..2c7c332
--- /dev/null
+++ b/elisp-manual/19.2.4.2/02_all_direntry.patch
@@ -0,0 +1,17 @@
+--- elisp-manual-19-2.4.2-orig/elisp.texi
++++ elisp-manual-19-2.4.2/elisp.texi
+@@ -1,8 +1,13 @@
+ \input texinfo @c -*-texinfo-*-
+ @c %**start of header
+-@setfilename elisp
++@setfilename elisp19.info
+ @settitle GNU Emacs Lisp Reference Manual
+ @c %**end of header
+
++@dircategory Emacs
++@direntry
++* Elisp 19: (elisp19). The Emacs Lisp Reference Manual for Emacs 19.
++@end direntry
++
+ @ifinfo
+ This version is the edition 2.4.2 of the GNU Emacs Lisp
diff --git a/elisp-manual/20.2.5/01_all_fix-texinfo.patch b/elisp-manual/20.2.5/01_all_fix-texinfo.patch
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ac509d5
--- /dev/null
+++ b/elisp-manual/20.2.5/01_all_fix-texinfo.patch
@@ -0,0 +1,99 @@
+--- elisp-manual-20-2.5-orig/commands.texi
++++ elisp-manual-20-2.5/commands.texi
+@@ -1924,5 +1924,5 @@
+ function.
+
+-@strong{Note:} Don't bind this variable with @code{let}. It is often
++@strong{Warning:} Don't bind this variable with @code{let}. It is often
+ buffer-local, and if you bind it around reading input (which is exactly
+ when you @emph{would} bind it), switching buffers asynchronously while
+--- elisp-manual-20-2.5-orig/debugging.texi
++++ elisp-manual-20-2.5/debugging.texi
+@@ -215,5 +215,5 @@
+ @code{debug-on-entry} always returns @var{function-name}.
+
+-@strong{Note:} if you redefine a function after using
++@strong{Warning:} if you redefine a function after using
+ @code{debug-on-entry} on it, the code to enter the debugger is discarded
+ by the redefinition. In effect, redefining the function cancels
+--- elisp-manual-20-2.5-orig/eval.texi
++++ elisp-manual-20-2.5/eval.texi
+@@ -589,5 +589,5 @@
+ values. Loading a file also does evaluation (@pxref{Loading}).
+
+- @strong{Note:} it is generally cleaner and more flexible to store a
++ It is generally cleaner and more flexible to store a
+ function in a data structure, and call it with @code{funcall} or
+ @code{apply}, than to store an expression in the data structure and
+--- elisp-manual-20-2.5-orig/loading.texi
++++ elisp-manual-20-2.5/loading.texi
+@@ -148,5 +148,5 @@
+ functions should use @code{read}.
+
+-@strong{Note:} Instead of using this variable, it is cleaner to use
++Instead of using this variable, it is cleaner to use
+ another, newer feature: to pass the function as the @var{read-function}
+ argument to @code{eval-region}. @xref{Eval}.
+--- elisp-manual-20-2.5-orig/minibuf.texi
++++ elisp-manual-20-2.5/minibuf.texi
+@@ -1042,6 +1042,6 @@
+ case, point goes at the beginning of @var{initial}. The default for
+ @var{initial} is @code{nil}---don't insert any file name. To see what
+-@var{initial} does, try the command @kbd{C-x C-v}. @strong{Note:} we
+-recommend using @var{default} rather than @var{initial} in most cases.
++@var{initial} does, try the command @kbd{C-x C-v}. @strong{Please note:}
++we recommend using @var{default} rather than @var{initial} in most cases.
+
+ Here is an example:
+--- elisp-manual-20-2.5-orig/os.texi
++++ elisp-manual-20-2.5/os.texi
+@@ -1385,5 +1385,5 @@
+ @kbd{C-\} and the characters @kbd{C-q} and @kbd{C-^}. Subsequently,
+ typing @kbd{C-\} has all the usual effects of typing @kbd{C-s}, and vice
+-versa. (@xref{Flow Control} for more information on this subject.)
++versa. (@xref{Flow Control}, for more information on this subject.)
+
+ @cindex flow control example
+--- elisp-manual-20-2.5-orig/positions.texi
++++ elisp-manual-20-2.5/positions.texi
+@@ -82,5 +82,5 @@
+ current buffer. This is @code{(1+ (buffer-size))}, unless narrowing is
+ in effect, in which case it is the position of the end of the region
+-that you narrowed to. (@xref{Narrowing}).
++that you narrowed to. (@xref{Narrowing}.)
+ @end defun
+
+--- elisp-manual-20-2.5-orig/strings.texi
++++ elisp-manual-20-2.5/strings.texi
+@@ -836,5 +836,5 @@
+ The definition of a word is any sequence of consecutive characters that
+ are assigned to the word constituent syntax class in the current syntax
+-table (@xref{Syntax Class Table}).
++table (@pxref{Syntax Class Table}).
+
+ When the argument to @code{capitalize} is a character, @code{capitalize}
+@@ -863,5 +863,5 @@
+ The definition of a word is any sequence of consecutive characters that
+ are assigned to the word constituent syntax class in the current syntax
+-table (@xref{Syntax Class Table}).
++table (@pxref{Syntax Class Table}).
+
+ @example
+--- elisp-manual-20-2.5-orig/text.texi
++++ elisp-manual-20-2.5/text.texi
+@@ -3276,5 +3276,5 @@
+ the body of a @code{combine-after-change-calls} form.
+
+-@strong{Note:} If the changes you combine occur in widely scattered
++@strong{Warning:} If the changes you combine occur in widely scattered
+ parts of the buffer, this will still work, but it is not advisable,
+ because it may lead to inefficient behavior for some change hook
+--- elisp-manual-20-2.5-orig/variables.texi
++++ elisp-manual-20-2.5/variables.texi
+@@ -1240,5 +1240,5 @@
+ Displays}.
+
+-@strong{Note:} do not use @code{make-local-variable} for a hook
++@strong{Warning:} do not use @code{make-local-variable} for a hook
+ variable. Instead, use @code{make-local-hook}. @xref{Hooks}.
+ @end deffn
diff --git a/elisp-manual/20.2.5/02_all_direntry.patch b/elisp-manual/20.2.5/02_all_direntry.patch
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..4ee40aa
--- /dev/null
+++ b/elisp-manual/20.2.5/02_all_direntry.patch
@@ -0,0 +1,17 @@
+--- elisp-manual-20-2.5-orig/elisp.texi
++++ elisp-manual-20-2.5/elisp.texi
+@@ -1,11 +1,11 @@
+ \input texinfo @c -*-texinfo-*-
+ @c %**start of header
+-@setfilename elisp
++@setfilename elisp20.info
+ @settitle GNU Emacs Lisp Reference Manual
+ @c %**end of header
+
+-@dircategory Editors
++@dircategory Emacs
+ @direntry
+-* Elisp: (elisp). The Emacs Lisp Reference Manual.
++* Elisp 20: (elisp20). The Emacs Lisp Reference Manual for Emacs 20.
+ @end direntry
+
diff --git a/elisp-manual/21.2.8/01_all_fix-texinfo.patch b/elisp-manual/21.2.8/01_all_fix-texinfo.patch
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..e240886
--- /dev/null
+++ b/elisp-manual/21.2.8/01_all_fix-texinfo.patch
@@ -0,0 +1,83 @@
+Change all occurences of @strong{Note:} to avoid makeinfo warnings and
+spurious cross references. This is a backport of the following change:
+
+2003-09-26 Richard M. Stallman <rms@gnu.org>
+
+ * buffers.texi, commands.texi, debugging.texi, eval.texi:
+ * loading.texi, minibuf.texi, text.texi, variables.texi:
+ Avoid @strong{Note:}.
+
+--- elisp-orig/buffers.texi
++++ elisp/buffers.texi
+@@ -107,5 +107,5 @@
+ that, you must use the functions described in @ref{Displaying Buffers}.
+
+- @strong{Note:} Lisp functions that change to a different current buffer
++ @strong{Warning:} Lisp functions that change to a different current buffer
+ should not depend on the command loop to set it back afterwards.
+ Editing commands written in Emacs Lisp can be called from other programs
+--- elisp-orig/commands.texi
++++ elisp/commands.texi
+@@ -2018,5 +2018,5 @@
+ function.
+
+-@strong{Note:} Don't bind this variable with @code{let}. It is often
++@strong{Warning:} Don't bind this variable with @code{let}. It is often
+ buffer-local, and if you bind it around reading input (which is exactly
+ when you @emph{would} bind it), switching buffers asynchronously while
+--- elisp-orig/debugging.texi
++++ elisp/debugging.texi
+@@ -216,5 +216,5 @@
+ @code{debug-on-entry} always returns @var{function-name}.
+
+-@strong{Note:} if you redefine a function after using
++@strong{Warning:} if you redefine a function after using
+ @code{debug-on-entry} on it, the code to enter the debugger is discarded
+ by the redefinition. In effect, redefining the function cancels
+--- elisp-orig/eval.texi
++++ elisp/eval.texi
+@@ -589,5 +589,5 @@
+ values. Loading a file also does evaluation (@pxref{Loading}).
+
+- @strong{Note:} it is generally cleaner and more flexible to store a
++ It is generally cleaner and more flexible to store a
+ function in a data structure, and call it with @code{funcall} or
+ @code{apply}, than to store an expression in the data structure and
+--- elisp-orig/loading.texi
++++ elisp/loading.texi
+@@ -149,5 +149,5 @@
+ functions should use @code{read}.
+
+-@strong{Note:} Instead of using this variable, it is cleaner to use
++Instead of using this variable, it is cleaner to use
+ another, newer feature: to pass the function as the @var{read-function}
+ argument to @code{eval-region}. @xref{Eval}.
+--- elisp-orig/minibuf.texi
++++ elisp/minibuf.texi
+@@ -1064,6 +1064,6 @@
+ case, point goes at the beginning of @var{initial}. The default for
+ @var{initial} is @code{nil}---don't insert any file name. To see what
+-@var{initial} does, try the command @kbd{C-x C-v}. @strong{Note:} we
+-recommend using @var{default} rather than @var{initial} in most cases.
++@var{initial} does, try the command @kbd{C-x C-v}. @strong{Please note:}
++we recommend using @var{default} rather than @var{initial} in most cases.
+
+ Here is an example:
+--- elisp-orig/text.texi
++++ elisp/text.texi
+@@ -3694,5 +3694,5 @@
+ the body of a @code{combine-after-change-calls} form.
+
+-@strong{Note:} If the changes you combine occur in widely scattered
++@strong{Warning:} If the changes you combine occur in widely scattered
+ parts of the buffer, this will still work, but it is not advisable,
+ because it may lead to inefficient behavior for some change hook
+--- elisp-orig/variables.texi
++++ elisp/variables.texi
+@@ -1290,5 +1290,5 @@
+ Displays}.
+
+-@strong{Note:} Do not use @code{make-local-variable} for a hook
++@strong{Warning:} Do not use @code{make-local-variable} for a hook
+ variable. Instead, use @code{make-local-hook}. @xref{Hooks}.
+ @end deffn
diff --git a/elisp-manual/21.2.8/02_all_direntry.patch b/elisp-manual/21.2.8/02_all_direntry.patch
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..baaa6a9
--- /dev/null
+++ b/elisp-manual/21.2.8/02_all_direntry.patch
@@ -0,0 +1,17 @@
+--- elisp-manual-21-2.8-orig/elisp.texi
++++ elisp-manual-21-2.8/elisp.texi
+@@ -1,11 +1,11 @@
+ \input texinfo @c -*-texinfo-*-
+ @c %**start of header
+-@setfilename elisp
++@setfilename elisp21.info
+ @settitle GNU Emacs Lisp Reference Manual
+ @c %**end of header
+
+-@dircategory Editors
++@dircategory Emacs
+ @direntry
+-* Elisp: (elisp). The Emacs Lisp Reference Manual.
++* Elisp 21: (elisp21). The Emacs Lisp Reference Manual for Emacs 21.
+ @end direntry
+