Tom Lane wrote:
> If you go to a regular, non-chapter-heading page in the PG docs, such
>ml and try the "Fast Backward" link, it goes to that chapter's heading
> page, which seems reasonable. But the "Fast Forward" link points to
> the same place. Shouldn't it lead to the *next* chapter, instead?
It probably should. The stylesheet code, however, doesn't seem to make
any attempts about it:
(define (next-major-component-chunk-element #!optional (elem (current-node)) (in-chain #f))
;; Return the next major component of the document that is not a descendant
;; of the starting element. This is essentially 'next-sibling' but skips
;; over things that aren't chunks.
(if (or (navigate-to? elem) in-chain)
(if (member (gi elem) (major-component-element-list)) ; <--- It's a chapter or other major chunk.
(if (node-list-empty? (node-list-first-element (follow elem)))
(next-major-component-chunk-element (parent elem))
(let ((nd (node-list-first-element (follow elem))))
(if (navigate-to? nd)
(next-major-component-chunk-element nd #t))))
(ancestor-member elem (major-component-element-list))) ; <--- Else picks ancestor (should pick something after ancestor).
I tried to change that but my first attempts seem to make the build take
forever. I'll play around with it some more.
At least I think that's where it's happening ...
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