Besides mistakes in the content of your documentation, there are two kinds of mistake you can make with Texinfo: you can make mistakes with @-commands, and you can make mistakes with the structure of the nodes and chapters.
Emacs has two tools for catching the @-command mistakes and two for catching structuring mistakes.
For finding problems with @-commands, you can run TeX or a region formatting command on the region that has a problem; indeed, you can run these commands on each region as you write it.
For finding problems with the structure of nodes and chapters, you can use
C-c C-s (
texinfo-show-structure) and the related
command and you can use the M-x Info-validate command.
|• Debugging with Info:||How to catch errors with Info formatting.|
|• Debugging with TeX:||How to catch errors with TeX formatting.|
|• Using ||How to use |
|• Using ||How to list all lines containing a pattern.|
|• Running ||How to find badly referenced nodes.|